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Discovered in 2003, the Papa Terra Oil field is located 68 miles (110 kilometers) off the coast of Rio de Janeiro in the Atlantic Ocean at a depth... more

Frazier Engineering is a civil engineering firm that serves customers in the Carolinas, Virginia and Tennessee. It has more than 18 years of... more

The City of Newark, Ohio, was seeking relief from excessive electric bills through significant updates. Its Licking River wastewater treatment... more

The Ommegang Brewery in Cooperstown, N.Y., unable to send its wastewater to the public treatment facility, built its own private 20,000-gpd... more

The city of Benicia, Calif., must address high levels of dissolved organics in its source water while servicing the water treatment... more

Trout Unlimited, a national nonprofit organization founded in 1959, has over 400 chapters, 30 offices and 140,000 members who are dedicated to the... more

Though a small town with a population of 2,800, Little Freer, Texas, stakes claim to two distinguishing characteristics compared to other cities... more

Hillsboro Water Department, located approximately 15 miles west of Portland in the city of Hillsboro, Ore., serves nearly 80,000 customers. The... more

The City of Stockton, Calif., needed to upgrade its 55-mgd wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in order to meet National Pollutant Discharge... more

In Canton, Ohio, a few weeks after ringing in 2014, four contractors submitted bids to update an aging extended... more

The first phase of the Eastern Idaho Regional Wastewater Authority’s (EIRWWA) Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant, with a price tag of... more

In November 2009, AdEdge Water Technologies LLC was selected, among other vendors in a tender... more

Miner, Mo., population 980, is a quaint rural community located halfway between St. Louis and Memphis, Tenn. The 20-year-old Miner Wastewater... more

A recent $10.2-million upgrade at the regional wastewater treatment plant operated by the Portage (Pa.)... more

January 2014 brought a major weather event to the northern United States and Canada, and many challenges to water utilities in the region. An... more

Originally designed for a 0.75-mgd capacity, the Grantsville Wastewater Treatment Plant receives residential wastewater from almost 10,000... more

As oil prices remain high, the U.S. is in the midst of a nationwide initiative to seek renewable sources of energy to increase energy efficiency... more

As older municipal systems become outdated, Metropolitan Industries of Romeoville, Ill., provides... more

The village of DeWitt is a small community of approximately 200 residents located in central Illinois. The community had an outdated filter system... more

Wastewater pump clogging issues caused by “flushables”—consumer products like wipes that are often marketed as... more

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