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Dennis "Chip" Sterndahl was named ATSSA’s president in February, succeeding Keith Griggs of Safety Lights Co Dennis "Chip" Sterndahl was named...
  This is the first in a series of three articles covering bottled water testing, source development and licensing and labeling. You have a...
The following is the conclusion of a two-part article that began in June. Concrete ROI It was no longer a question of cost-justifying the effort....
Last month, we discussed feeling customers' pain, which builds desire for change, but change to what? This month, we will discuss dreaming the dream...
Water recycling has become a popular trend in the agricultural industry—one that creates an opportunity for water treatment suppliers to assist...
For those of you wondering how transportation is going to be represented in the Information Age, look no further ahead than Nov For those of you...
On the right TRACC On the right TRACC The Trinity Attenuating Crash Cushion (TRACC) is the newest addition to Trinity Industries Inc.’s Life-Saving...
Computer simulation is playing a critical role in helping the City of Prague in the Czech Republic modernize and expand its sewer system. In...
In today’s laboratory environment, it is essential that pure water is available for numerous applications. If contaminated water comes into contact...
Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has a problem. It has hundreds of bridges and overpasses that need to be inspected every two...
Under the Safe Drinking Water Act, there are Maximum Contaminant Level Goals (MCLG) and Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCL). An MCLG for a particular...
There is little question that the majority of water/wastewater equipment requires some sort of periodic routine maintenance. The reason for...
In the modern world of wastewater treatment, control of odors has moved from an afterthought to a primary design consideration for most collection...
With estimates of more than 100 million people in West Bengal, India and neighboring Bangladesh at risk of consuming arsenic contaminated groundwater...
The Southeast Florida Ocean Outfall Experiment II (SEFLOE II, 1991—1994) project is the result of a cooperative effort of several government agencies...
Deciding which type of strong base anion (SBA) resin to use in a deioinizing application does not have to be a guessing game. In fact, selecting the...
Chemicals can be severely corrosive to above-ground metal storage tanks, resulting in possible leaks. The average corrosion rate of some carbon-steel...
"Out with the old, in with the new." Often that’s the approach when upgrading technology. But a total system replacement is an expensive proposition...
This is Part I of a two-part series that will continue in the July issue. Contrary to popular belief, not everyone is connected to the Internet ......
There once was a water equipment dealer who needed a new delivery truck. He wanted a new Dodge with all the power and accessories he needed to get...

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