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The town of Hayden is a small, tight-knit community in southeastern Arizona with a population of 700 people that is almost entirely housed within...
The “new sewage”—raw sewage with floor wipes, hand wipes and miscellaneous plastics—has been causing non-clog sewage pump plugging problems for...
A recent National Geographic article said: “If droughts were hurricanes, people might pay more attention to them. Droughts can creep up on us with...
I am quickly getting attached to my newly adopted home of Baltimore. I moved here about two years ago after taking on a new position and have quickly...
Along with technical modifications such as frequency-controlled pumps, there are other ways for drinking water utilities to reduce energy costs....
Local government is the premier provider of public water services (water supply and sewerage) in the U.S., investing more than $865 billion from 2001...
Home to two major sports teams and large events like the Flying Pig Marathon and Macy’s Music Festival, Cincinnati also houses the Richard Miller...
Like every piece of mechanical equipment we use, a control valve requires some maintenance. Because budgets are stretched and time is tight, it can...
One of the most cost-effective storage methods for large volumes of water utilizes aquifers or water-bearing formations, usually with virtually...
The city of Branson, Mo., is known as the live music capital of the world. Currently, the city offers 50 theaters with seating for 64,057 guests,...
Padre Dam Municipal Water District (MWD) was formed in 1976 when voters approved a merger of Santee County Water District, formed in 1956, with Rio...
As an industry delivering the planet’s most important and recycled natural resource—water—we inherently are environmentally conscious. As such, it is...
Responsible for water delivery in sections of Pope and Yell counties in Arkansas, Tri County Regional Water serves a vast and diverse land mass....
Located about 3.5 hours from major Ontario centers such as Toronto and Ottawa, North Bay is considered the Gateway to the North. A historic Canadian...
The sun was rising in the morning sky as engineering consultant Richard Owens made his way out of Austin, Texas. His destination was Gonzales, Texas...
From the time of its foundation more than 300 years ago, St. Petersburg, Russia, has set standards in architecture and city planning. Now the city is...
The American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that almost $289 billion in capital improvements for wastewater will be required over the next 20...
Treatment facilities use online ammonia analyzers to monitor and control treatment processes. Controlling ammonia levels can make treatment processes...
In June, President Obama signed into law the Water Resources and Reform Development Act of 2014 (WRRDA)—the first water bill since 2007. WRRDA...
Wetlands, streams and the politics surrounding them are once again front page and center stage, as federal agencies and national groups strive to...

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