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Attendees of last month’s AWWA ACE13 in Denver (myself included) found it hard to resist reflecting on the recently released U.S. Environmental...
For carbon credits and climate change, “cap and trade” may be dead in the water for now in some jurisdictions and political theaters, but in the...
Municipalities are continually challenged in their management of excess flow conveyed in the sanitary collection system and treatment of peak flows...
The Chino Basin Municipal Water District (CBMWD) was formed in 1950 to provide supplemental water to portions of San Bernardino, Riverside and Los...
Querencia, Baja California Sur, Mexico, the tip of the Baja California peninsula, is a mesmerizing landscape where the sparse, rugged elegance of the...
When it comes to paperless billing adoption rates, 12% and 27% are figures that take center stage. The latter percentage represents utility companies...
The Greater Ramsey Water District (GRWD) in Devils Lake, N.D., owns and operates the rural water and sewer systems once owned by Ramsey County and...
Disinfection of drinking water began in the U.S. in the early 1900s and often has been hailed as one of the most significant advances in public...
With uncertainty regarding requirements for future use of chlorine gas due to safety concerns and challenges associated with chlorinated disinfection...
A significant water main upgrade recently took place at the historic Omohundro Water Treatment Plant (WTP) in Nashville, Tenn.  Completed in...
Common logic tells us there are some things that simply cannot be put off. The repair or renewal of our nation’s water infrastructure is one of them...
For the past two decades, the sprawling campus of the Missouri River Wastewater Treatment Plant in metropolitan St. Louis has undergone a...
  Many communities across the U.S. have combined sewer systems that transport both storm water and wastewater, leading to combined sewer...
The Gulf of Mexico has the largest dead zone in the U.S. and the second-largest in the world. It presents scientific, technical, economic and...
Water’s increasing importance in the industrial arena is difficult to ignore, as is the ever-growing urgency to protect this precious resource....
Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS), a producer of flavored beverages, is committed to improving operating efficiency and environmental sustainability...
Brand protection and the production of clean, shiny cans are important to customers in the canning industry. Can corrosion not only negatively...
The number of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) shale oil and gas wells in the U.S. and worldwide continues to increase. Within the Bakken Shale...
When industry moves into a neighborhood, residents sometimes say, “Not in my backyard.” Jobs are great, an infusion to the local economy is great and...
Proven industrial water treatment options have existed for decades in many sectors, and they are evolving to accommodate a process in the oil and gas...

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