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A group of Senators has introduced legislation that could stop more than $15 billion of water projects and increase the accountability for the U.S....
I recently read an on-line newsletter from a senior position recruitment firm that because of the high turnover rate of senior managers, even non-...
Disinfection—the killing of potentially harmful microorganisms—in our water and air is critical to public health and industrial process reliability....
Advertising in national publications and television stations is the standard route taken by businesses, even small ones. Promotions and advertising...
Scale is a coating or precipitate deposited on surfaces that are in contact with hard water. Water that contains carbonates or bicarbonates of...
Many of us are looking for that new gadget or gimmick that will make sales happen. Maybe it’s a laptop, maybe it’s a video notebook. The truth is...
In February, several Illinois towns including Lisle/Woodridge, Naperville and Downers Grove, faced the reality of well contamination from...
State and local governments are continually looking for better systems and strategies to manage their physical assets. The largest and possibly the...
Effective wherever fluid flow has to be controlled automatically, solenoid valves are being used to an increasing degree in the most varied types of...
Traditionally, the separations process was one which involved frequent and often complicated maintenance. Wastewater Diversion Systems, Inc. of...
The City of Las Vegas has joined other large urban areas in the move toward rehabilitation of its aging infrastructure. Recently the city renewed its...
Customers of the Ute Water Conservancy District in Grand Junction, Colo., will be enjoying better tasting drinking water ahead of schedule, thanks to...
A Cub Scout camp located in the heart of one of Oklahoma’s largest ranches is expanding its facilities and recently installed a new polyethylene (PE...
Some recent news stories have brought the issue of who is going to pay for America's aging infrastructure back in focus. The bottom line is that...
The Abita Brewing Co., founded in 1986 and located just north of New Orleans, is a rapidly growing brewery with specific manufacturing obstacles...
Half-kneeling in the cold February drizzle, an environmental scientist jiggles a length of plastic tubing rapidly up and down a narrow monitoring...
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...
In the last decade, municipal leaders of medium-sized cities across the United States have rediscovered downtown urban centers. Economic development...
Grease is clogging sewers nationwide, creating a costly mess to clean up and a dilemma for officials and regulators. Recently, the Wall Street...

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