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The right software tools can help operations managers monitor data and respond to change more easily and efficiently. A U.S.-based excipient (...
The world market for water and wastewater treatment equipment and services was $263 billion in 2013, up 6% from 2012. Process and makeup (intake)...
The water industry pulled through another year of mixed economic signals, deep federal budget cuts and continued pressure from tightening regulatory...
In his September column, Ben Grumbles presented what he called “Fracking’s Top 10,” a list of top questions we should be asking related to hydraulic...
Water & Wastes Digest (WWD) understands the importance of keeping up to date with current industry trends and information. We are pleased to...
Aging infrastructure, ever-changing regulations and tightening budgets present the water and wastewater treatment industry with a challenging road...
In 2006, engineers at HDR began planning efforts to increase capacity at the city of St. Charles, Mo.’s Missouri River Wastewater Treatment Plant....
The Bluebonnet Water Supply Corp. Water Treatment Plant in Temple, Texas, generated a worst-case 106 million gal of spent backwash water and...
Along the eastern side of the Cascade Mountain Range in central Oregon, the city of Redmond, Ore., is home to approximately 28,000 residents. ...
Set in the agricultural fields of the San Joaquin Valley in Northern California, the family-owned Foster Poultry Farms Chicken Processing Complex is...
Wastewater pump clogging issues caused by “flushables”—consumer products like wipes that are often marketed as safe for flushing—are well documented...
Nestled on the bluffs of California’s Monterey Peninsula, Pebble Beach is considered one of the nation’s premier residential communities and golf...
A historic change in how membrane bioreactor (MBR) wastewater treatment plants are designed, built and operated is on display at the Pembroke, Mass...
Situated in the hills of western Massachusetts, Amherst is a city of about 37,000 people. Population growth in the area has been steady over the...
Robert Dohm knows a lot about fluid-handling pumps. He spent much of his working life as a pump mechanic at a prominent chemical company’s West...
Lift stations—the remote pumping facilities that move wastewater from lower to higher elevations—can be difficult and costly to monitor, especially...
There are many things that make natural gas attractive in comparison to other energy sources. Hydraulic fracturing (fracking) delivers affordable...
It is no shock to anyone that energy and water are connected. We all know linkages and tradeoffs exist throughout stages of exploration, production,...
The Ak-Chin Indian Community’s surface water treatment plant is located in Arizona’s Santa Cruz Valley about 50 miles south of Phoenix. The plant,...
Aging infrastructure, restricted capacity and limited funding—it is a familiar story in the world of municipal wastewater treatment plants. Many...

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