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Most people, not just golfers, recognize the name Pebble Beach, Calif., as one of the premier residential communities in the nation. Nestled on... more

San Juan Island, Wash., is a popular resort destination where the population fluctuates with the season and the arrival of Orca whales and salmon... more

By finding a solution deep underground, a Southern California electric utility will be able to address environmental concerns regarding its... more

When Lafayette South America textile manufacturer in Bogota, Colombia, couldn’t find the little blue paper strips it had previously used to test... more

Singapore government officials’ vision to become a “city in a garden” came to fruition by redeveloping Marina Bay and boldly allocating prime land... more

Donnacona, Quebec, Canada, is an industrial town just west of Quebec City. The town’s water treatment plant was built in 1969 and has since... more

With the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) now requiring arsenic levels of 10 ppb for drinking water, reducing high levels of arsenic in... more

The Caseyville wastewater plant in Caseyville, Ill., started its service in 1968 with a traditional flow through activated sludge system (extended... more

Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Sherbourne Common is an innovative waterfront park that provides the public with green recreational space... more

In January 2010, AdEdge Water Technologies LLC was contacted by Aqua Utilities Florida to provide a... more

The composition of sewage is constantly changing and more hazardous and toxic pollutants are becoming a challenge, requiring a combination of old... more

In 2008, after experiencing two years of drought and the driest spring in recorded history, water reserves in California were desperately low.... more

California’s Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District (MWD), Western MWD and Eastern MWD conducted a pilot program to determine the effectiveness... more

A sustainable business has no negative impact on the global or local environment, community, society or economy. The business must incorporate the... more

A two-month pilot study in the water-intensive pulp and paper industry demonstrated that a mill’s wastewater stream could be turned into an... more

When U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations for radium tightened, some cities found themselves above the allowable limits. The... more

As a result of China's rapid economic development in recent years, the country has implemented more stringent environmental standards. Local... more

The Green Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) in Gujarat, India, treats the effluent generated by more than 680 industrial manufacturing plants... more

A thriving farming community in an area where cattle easily outnumber people, the city of Tuttle, Okla., was facing potential fines for nitrogen... more

How does an ancient Spanish city located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, known for its ancient Roman ruins, monuments and 249-meter-long... more


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