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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...
Water, the world’s most finite critical resource, ensures economic, environmental, political and social stability. Large cities struggle daily with...
Sour gas and sour water are terms used to describe gas and water containing significant amounts of hydrogen sulfide. Sour water and sour gas...
It costs U.S. industries billions of dollars a year to control and remove the limescale that builds up in industrial equipment such as heat...
Industrial storm water pollution can lead to severe environmental and public health issues. iWWD Editorial Director Neda Simeonova spoke with Tina...
Each day, an average of 700 water mains burst, while leaking pipes waste an estimated 7 billion gal of water, according to the American Society of...
This past August, in my column about the hunt for Osama bin Laden, I mentioned that Time magazine reported that Pakistani authorities arrested a...
As the state agency charged with managing west-central Florida’s water resources, the Southwest Florida Water Management District has long viewed...
Nestled among the cottages and barns between the towns of North Salem and Southeast, N.Y., just outside New York City, sits the Peach Lake...
By now, the vast majority of us have updated our antiquated technology. Cassette tapes gave way to CDs, which gave way to digital music, thanks to...
Water and wastewater infrastructure in the U.S. continues to deteriorate as repairs stay on the back burner due to economic uncertainty and lack of...
The Frackville Area Municipal Authority (FAMA) Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) in Frackville, Pa., currently operates an Ovivo Airbeam cover...
The Cedar Knox Rural Water Project serves approximately 3,500 people, with 820 hookups across four communities in northeast Nebraska. Its drinking...
Chlorine has been the principal disinfectant used in the wastewater industry. The chlorine disinfection process, however, produces inorganic...
Smart water networks and smart meters are loaded with useful data, but utilities and municipalities worldwide must learn how to manage and best use...
The scenario is all too familiar: A utility has upgraded its water management system to automatic meter reading or advanced metering...
In the summer of 2011, with a statewide drought in its second year, Colby, Kan., began looking to reduce the more than 100 million gal of water lost...

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