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In 2004, when the sustainability movement was still in its infancy, Pennichuck Water Works (PWW) engaged Fay, Spofford & Thorndike (FST) to...
The South Tahoe Public Utility District’s (STPUD) wastewater treatment plant in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., serves approximately 26,000 full-time...
When people drive through the city of Wyoming, Mich., these days, they will likely be happy to notice some of the new parks. But they also will be...
Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems can provide water utilities with numerous benefits, including increased operational efficiency,...
Cost/benefit analysis has been the cornerstone upon which utility engineers base most retrofits of their infrastructure. In an era of rising...
In the view of superintendent Michael Reichel, it is nice to no longer get complaints about odors from the Howell Avenue pumping station which...
The Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSDGC) is among the top five combined sewer overflow (CSO) dischargers in the country,...
When a combined sewer overflow (CSO) detention system was needed for the city of Monticello, Ind., innovation was the only thing overflowing. ...
The city of Mississauga is located in southern Ontario, Canada, on the shores of Lake Ontario. This suburb of Toronto is located in the Regional...
Marlboro Water Co. (MWC) is a small water utility nestled in the Pee Dee area of South Carolina, a region rich with natural resources—including...
Risk management is a daily task for water utilities. WWD Assistant Editor Amy McIntosh spoke with American Water experts Mark LeChevallier, Ph.D.,...
It’s hard to believe it’s 2013—not just because all of the 2012 doomsday predictions proved false, but also because the simple fact that we are...
A pigment manufacturing plant in the southern U.S. wanted to ensure that it could meet pending local wastewater discharge requirements. Money...
When it comes to storm water permitting for construction activities, the requirements can be complex. In Florida, two storm water permitting programs...
Every day, 150 big rigs—each pulling two large containers of tomatoes—rumble through a rural California town to the local tomato processing plant....
As water-intensive industries such as specialty manufacturing, power generation and mining continue to locate in relatively arid and water-...
Many industrial operations with highly alkaline wastewater that discharges into public waterways are moving away from mineral acid treatment systems...
The treatment of complex industrial wastewater systems laden with items, such as ferric chloride, ferric sulfate, hydraulic oil, animal fats and...
As the water industry turns its back on a fourth consecutive year burdened by a slowly recovering economy and grueling budget cuts, it is hard to...
Water & Wastes Digest understands the importance of keeping up to date with current industry trends and information. We are pleased to...

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