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Wastewater treatment facilities are prodigious users of electricity. With heavy equipment including pumps, digesters and aerators needed to maintain...
The American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) is heading Rocky Mountain high to host its 2013 Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE13) at the Colorado...
In these challenging economic times, public-private partnerships (also known as “P3s”) are an effective tool to help meet public needs and maintain a...
A while back, I met a very pleasant lady on a flight from the U.S. to Europe. She was in her late 70s and had set out to tour Italy and France via...
Celebrate the coming spring with a renewed commitment to water innovation by igniting new ideas for old challenges and keeping in mind this classic...
Of all our precious resources in the world, none is as critical to the survival of mankind as water. Consider for a moment what it would mean if we...
The Howard County Bureau of Utilities in Maryland recently completed a $92-million Addition No. 7 project at the Little Patuxent Water Reclamation...
Southern California’s groundwater supply is unpredictable. Because most of the supply to the groundwater basin comes from natural resources, the...
Southern California faces two key challenges concerning its storm water and water quality management. One is reducing the amount of rainfall that...
As the developers of the Bluepoints Marina project in Port Canaveral, Fla., were designing their new facility across the waters from the rocket...
In 2004, Hyrum City, Utah, population 7,800, upgraded its wastewater treatment plant to a 2-million-gal-per-day (mgd) membrane bioreactor (MBR)...
For the water and wastewater management industry, perhaps the most critical factor driving success is effective communication to and from disparate...
Innovations in the integration of energy, weather and wastewater chemistry were recently conducted in food industry operations in conjunction with...
Using small increments of time to measure flow, liquid level and similar water and wastewater processing variables provides more accurate results and...
Corroded pipeline leads to an estimated 1.7 trillion gal of water leaks per year. WWD Assistant Editor Amy McIntosh spoke with Richard Grant,...
How does purchasing a product with a hazardous location certification benefit the purchaser? To answer that question, an overview of the...
One big theme of 2013 thus far seems to be a newfound appreciation for water. We keep hearing the saying, “Water is the new oil”—the new gold, even....
Transport and application of high-strength waste to distant land application sites can be time-consuming and costly; however, this may be the only...
Founded in 1989, the Long Trail Brewing Co., one of the top 25 craft breweries in the nation and a local attraction, quickly outgrew the capacity of...
Increasingly stringent storm water standards are being set in states and cities around the country as they strive to meet the requirements of the...

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