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A recent federal court decision discusses the factors to be considered in determining civil penalties under the Clean Water Act for alleged National...
The prime components of the program are stormwater and waterfowl management, sewer system inspection and repair, an in-reservoir turbidity curtain,...
Efforts to force oil giants to discontinue using methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) in their gasoline finally have paid off. A surprising...
It’s one of life’s ironies that some of us spend so much to get the phone to ring and so little to turn those calls into appointments.   What’s the...
There are 10 ingredients to a successful sales team. Read the following 10 items to see if your sales force measures up.   1. Think First—Plan Your...
Two-thirds of the world is covered with water. However, only approximately 3 percent of that water is fresh water for consumption. The population of...
For more than 220 years people have journeyed to White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., to indulge themselves in baths of mineral water flowing from mountain...
Workplace injuries continue to cost American companies billions of dollars each year. The 10 leading causes of disabling workplace injuries account...
The American Society for Testing Methods (ASTM) and American Water Works Association (AWWA) have standard test methods for commerce between buyers...
Reiterating a point from the previous article and what should be an emphasis to consumers is that water treatment should be done by respectable and...
Recent implementation of the Long Term 1 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule (LT1ESWTR) has increased potable water sampling and analysis...
Since the 1960s, municipalities and industries have used packaged water treatment plants to successfully and economically treat small water supplies...
Maintaining the proper concentration of dissolved oxygen in an aeration basin is necessary to keep microorganisms alive for breakdown of the organic...
In order to satisfy California’s unrelenting demand for energy, Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) worked with Environetics, Inc. of...
Editor’s Note: Part 1 of this series provided a timeline for the development of a drinking water standard for arsenic. It also summarized the...
Metals such as bronze, copper and iron have been used for thousands of years by man for both peaceful and non-peaceful purposes. One of the most...
Using reclaimed water for non-potable purposes as a means of conserving potable water supplies is the most prevalent method of water reuse in the...
While the face of Pennsylvania’s rural communities continues to change from bucolic farms to mushrooming suburbs, new residents are asking their...
Decentralized wastewater treatment presents us with a range of possibilities for community preservation and watershed management. However, these...
House Panel Approves Infrastructure Measure A bill authorizing $20 billion for wastewater infrastructure over five years has been approved by the U.S...

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