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Flow measurement applications in the water industry are quite varied. They can range from small dosing and treatment flows in pipes just a few...
For Thames Water, managing the process of water abstraction through to delivering treated water to more than five million customers in London...
One of the worst scenarios for any municipal waterworks is a failure in one of its pipelines. If a blowout occurs, the cost of repairs is only the...
The picture of a burning building or house usually brings to mind teams of brave men working in unison to put it out. However, fire departments are a...
EPA Sets Water Quality Trading Policy The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has adopted a Water Quality Trading Policy that Administrator...
At the beginning of this year, the American Water Resources Association (AWRA) sent a letter to President Bush, House Speaker Hastert and Majority...
Remote status monitoring of lift stations can be provided at a lower cost than SCADA systems, resulting in a much shorter period for realizing full...
In the late 1990s, one western Pennsylvania sewage treatment plant (STP) sought to process Class B biosolids on-site, eliminating the expense of...
Pumping around the clock at 10,000 gpm, two 94hp submersible, portable dewatering pumps manufactured by Pumpex, Inc. of Somerville, N.J., drained...
The Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., attracts millions of visitors each year and is one the most high profile landmarks in the United States....
Located 30 miles northeast of Atlanta, Gwinnett County's Cultural and Civic Center now has a new look, due to a recent $90 million expansion project...
One of the biggest concerns in Utah is the impact of increased population growth. This concern is especially acute in the Greater Wasatch Area (...
Part 1 of this article discussed the amount of ballast weight needed to submerge a pipe and detailed the traditional method of installing an...
Moving water may be an ancient practice, but that did not keep bright engineering minds from developing a more efficient way to do it. Balancing an...
No one wants to drink radium, nitrates or arsenic. However, if not for some technologically advanced methods of removing these contaminants, we all...
Some engineering firms still harbor the misconception that prefabricated systems are too small to handle the enormous volumes of water that...
When the Cuyahoga River, flowing through Cleveland, Ohio, caught fire in 1969 as a result of years of industrial pollution, public awareness...
Contrary to a common public misperception, water is not free, nor is water sold. Water utilities provide a service, for which they charge. They...
Environmental progress in regard to water quality in the United States can be traced to the Clean Water and Safe Drinking Water Acts (SDWA) (see page...
TMDL Rule Found "Unworkable" The controversial July 2000 final rule on Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) is being withdrawn by the Environmental...

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