The Clean Water America Alliance will host the Urban Water Sustainability Leadership Conference in Cincinnati, Oct. 15 to 17. “Water is shaping our communities and defining... more
Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) 2012, held from July 1 to 5 and themed "Water Solutions for Liveable and Sustainable Cities,” achieved a new record of S$13.6... more
In response to the statewide crisis following Friday’s storm that left close to 700,000 West Virginians without power, the shareholders of West Virginia American Water are... more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is providing a total of $317,000 to three Rhode Island organizations. One grant will provide job training for environmental... more
A recent National Geographic article said: “If droughts were hurricanes, people might pay more attention to them. Droughts can creep up on us with their prolonged absence of... more
I am quickly getting attached to my newly adopted home of Baltimore. I moved here about two years ago after taking on a new position and have quickly fallen in love with “... more
Along with technical modifications such as frequency-controlled pumps, there are other ways for drinking water utilities to reduce energy costs. Operating high-consumption... more
Local government is the premier provider of public water services (water supply and sewerage) in the U.S., investing more than $865 billion from 2001 to 2011—$115 billion in... more
Home to two major sports teams and large events like the Flying Pig Marathon and Macy’s Music Festival, Cincinnati also houses the Richard Miller Treatment Plant (RMTP). The... more
For the residents of Concord, Mass., high standards are part of their heritage. The “shot heard round the world,” fired in Concord, began the Revolutionary War and set new... more
When Otter Creek Water Reclamation District was faced with expensive reoccurring cleanup costs at its largest wastewater pump station, engineers solved the problem with the... more
Productivity is more reliable when equipment can be monitored to detect incipient failures and take corrective action before the plant goes down. But... more
Over the past forty years or more, the natural gas distribution industry in the U.S. has made a remarkable transformation from a near-exclusive... more
When the Virginia Wastewater Facility needed to reline its 7.5-acre treatment pond in 2007, it chose XR-3 at the recommendation of the design firm... more
Structure owners and users are becoming increasingly aware of the liabilities and the costs of corrosion. Carrying out remedial work—particularly on... more
Thursday, May 15, 2014 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. EST Webinar Overview: Corrosion is the most critical issue facing water pressure projects today. Project... more
ARCHIVED ON DEMAND Membrane systems for treating drinking water keep evolving, and the recent introduction of the MEMCOR CPII Utrafiltration System... more
Mazzei Injector Co. LLC has released a new line of compact gas-to-liquid contacting systems that “put gases to work” in industrial and municipal water and wastewater... more
The IntelliBoost variable speed constant pressure booster system is designed to meet the ever-increasing needs and complexity of today’s water systems. The system is tailored... more
The Myron L Co.’s Ultrapen PTBTx wireless pocket testers are designed to be paired with any Apple iOS 6 or 7 device via the Ultrapen's Bluetooth BLE transceiver. A free app... more
The Triton TR6 sensor is designed for the continuous measurement of suspended solids in various ranges—from 0 to 1,000 mg/L to 0 to 5,000 mg/L. The sensor emits a beam of 850... more

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