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Last month, I discussed a few ideas on tossing your selling techniques into the new century by utilizing available technologies. This month lists a...
In today’s Internet-driven economy, your company’s website can make or break your business. Even if your website isn’t your primary...
Ultraviolet (UV) light represents a powerful technology that has been deployed successfully in several diverse industries for decades. The four-part...
The topic of arsenic has received a lot of press coverage this year, ever since the Bush administration halted the EPA’s newly issued maximum...
When car washes were first introduced, they used three things: soap to clean the car, water to rinse it off and towels to dry it. However, this...
Today, bottled water has taken the lead as the fastest growing segment of the beverage industry—even more so than beer and soft drink production...
This month’s issue of WQP provides me with the perfect opportunity to toot my own horn. By now you have visited our website, WaterInfoCenter.com, and...
"Keeping good roads good" is the driving goal of pavement preservation efforts being carried out by highway agencies across the "...
The Johnstown, Penn., Wastewater Treatment Plant has found a simple and relatively inexpensive chemical solution to a chronic hydrogen sulfide odor...
During the Civil War in 1864, the first ship capable of maneuvering completely underwater sank off the coast of South Carolina while returning from...
Hayward Industrial offers new thermoplastic valves designed to not fail, stick or jam due to rust or corrosion ? virtually eliminating the...
In the late 1980s, Toshiba began experimental research with the City of Tokyo to find answers for solving sludge density measurement problems. The...
An environmental consulting firm used bacteria found naturally in soil to treat toxic substances located in contaminated industrial sites. In the San...
The "headworks" of a wastewater treatment plant is the initial stage of a complex process. This process reduces the level of pollutants in the...
A water treatment plant in Cleveland, Ohio, is a 20-mgd capacity conventional surface water facility using Lake Erie as the water source. The plant...
A water treatment plant in Cleveland, Ohio, is a 20-mgd capacity conventional surface water facility using Lake Erie as the water source. The plant...
Scientific Validation As performance data and research became increasingly available, the true efficiency of chamber systems as compared to...
The Las Vegas Wash is a unique ecosystem in southern Nevada. Rarely would one expect to find an oasis of water, wildlife and vegetation on the floor...
Many coastal water utilities across the United States are striving to find additional sources of water to meet the demands of burgeoning populations...
While final action was still pending at press time, the federal appropriation for Clean Water State Revolving Funds will be close to $1.3 billion for...

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