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Kelly Arnold, distribution supervisor, and Jay Hollen, city engineer, for the city of Buckhannon, W.Va., recently ran into a situation that did not...
In an age of Internet, mobile and connected devices, and with the proliferation of cloud computing and big data, daily life depends on data centers,...
Projections show that China anticipates a shortage of water over the next 15 years, and many other countries—including the U.S., as the news has been...
Rain, rain, go away has been the mantra in much of the country this spring into summer, and it seems as though every time I look out a window there...
The Nebraska Innovation Campus (NIC), a $12 million public and private research project in Lincoln, Neb., is a combined effort of the University of...
The state of California was having a beef with a major meat packing company regarding the amount of water it was using.  Perhaps more so than in...
Fruit juices are supplied as freshly squeezed, single-strength juice, or concentrated by evaporation and blended to meet client specifications. The...
Balancing competitive capital costs for a new desalination plant with features that will ensure longevity and reliability of operations, as well as...
In food processing plants, water use starts with conditioning raw materials such as soaking, cleaning, blanching and chilling. It continues with...
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We all know that water goes into making just about everything under the sun, but we might not all be aware of just how much of it goes into making an...
Luke Air Force Base (LAFB) in Glendale, Ariz., has improved its traditional methods of managing POL (petroleum, oil and lubricant)-contaminated...
For many cities and towns across the U.S., particularly in the West, drinking water comes from mountain reservoirs and is delivered via gravity-fed...
The ability to treat greywater is becoming vitally important to U.S. power producers. Energy companies in 19 states are using reclaimed water and the...
TPCO America, the steel pipe-making plant going up near Gregory, Texas, is set to give its host community additional benefits by building a...
Greywater typically consists of shower water, sink water, dishwater and laundry water, which comprises 50% to 80% of domestic wastewater consumption...
Power plants and industrial facilities in the U.S discharge more than 400 billion gal per day of wastewater. Much of this water can be reused rather...
In February, the Obama administration released its proposed FY2016 budget, which includes $2.3 billion for the Drinking Water and Clean Water State...
If “the history of the land is written in the water,” how should we honor, interpret, apply and “beneficially reuse” that history? When it comes to...
In an era of increased concern about limited water supplies, energy consumption, water quality and climate change, the pressure on water utilities to...

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