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Last year, the Village of Flossmoor, Ill. faced an unusual problem at their Flossmoor Commons Sewage Pump Station as grease was accumulating at a...
Recently, Water & Wastes Digest discussed future and current industry-related events with Andy Richardson, a principal at Greeley & Hansen...
One morning this past June, I was relaxing on my patio, when I observed a robin hovering momentarily above the grass in my backyard. Its fluttering...
The ability to move traffic in an urban environment has been a challenge at best. Initially focused on the movement of motor vehicle traffic with...
To meet the demand for a 21st century transportation network, FHWA is proposing a comprehensive program of bridge research and technology (R&T...
Imagine that you are in the final stages of constructing a ten-filter water treatment plant. Start-up for the filter control system alone requires...
A little more than 100 years ago, the Sioux Warriors protected their sacred Black Hills in South Dakota with bow and arrow. Today, the Great Sioux...
Situated in the heart of California's Monterey Bay area in the lush Pajaro Valley, the city of Watsonville lies 95 miles south of San Francisco at...
When the Garland, Texas-based Duck Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant experienced a problem with erratic pressure control in their aeration blower...
Provided By: (click to order) Adsorption: A physical separation process occurring when liquids, gases, colloids, and suspended matter adhere to the...
What research is being done at University's throughout the US? Colleges and universities across the U.S. are continuing their efforts in educating...
Research on arsenic can be broken down into three general areas -- health effects, treatment options and cost evaluations.There are more than 1,000...
As I travel the country meeting dealers, it is clear that the most successful dealers have an on-going automatic plan for creating leads, but smaller...
During the course of a year, this industry sees many changes in standards and regulations. Some of them create quite a challenge for water treatment...
Federal Level As seen in Section Section I, the federal legislative history for revising the existing drinking water standard on arsenic has been a...
In addition to officially sponsored research projects being performed throughout the world (see Section V for more information on research), many...
Current Solutions and Practices Hal Gillette Jr. Normal Hal Gillette Jr. 1 3 2003-07-18T21:19:00Z 2003-07-18T21:22:00Z 1 1278...
Arsenic is a naturally occurring metal found in rocks and soil, which can be released into the environment through geological events such as volcanic...
We all know just how hazardous it can be for roadway workers. But Mother Nature can be unforgiving and potentially deadly--especially as we enter the...
Even a quick review of the causes of injuries and fatalities for roadway construction workers leads to one conclusion--most could be prevented. The...

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