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Located southeast of Denver, the Parker (Colo.) Water and Sanitation District’s (PWSD) Rueter-Hess Water Purification Facility supplies drinking...
In the water and wastewater industry, typical flowmeter requirements include: • Flowmeters must be verified at regular intervals; • Verification...
The Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale, Wash., preserves and houses art and other historical artifacts that include more than 80 works by French...
As the Daytona Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla., continues its $400 million construction project, one key part was the improvement to nearby roads...
One of the great challenges in the food and beverage industry—and great distractions, because it is about as far from the core business as it can...
Parjana Distribution LLC (PD) offers a means of increasing the infiltration rate without jeopardizing groundwater quality. The technology allows...
In the early 1990s, Bethel Heights, Ark., was a community of only about 700 people. With corporate giants such as Wal-Mart and Tyson Foods...
As the Flint, Mich., water crisis continues, the relationship between water utilities and their customers has been thrust into the national spotlight...
North Carolina Deputy Environment Secretary Tom Reeder told the Environmental Review Commision on Feb. 10 that they should consider relaxing some of...
Humans have been using wood to construct shelters and other buildings for thousands of years. With the advent of metal tools, wood could be cut and...
Titanium is one of the essential materials used in a range of aerospace applications due to its light weight and high strength.  Global Titanium...
Twelve miles east of Edinburgh in the middle of the prime barley-growing areas of Southern Scotland is the Pencaitland maltings plant. Pencaitland is...
Cooling towers, which reduce the heat of circulating water used to cool industrial processes and HVAC systems throughout the world, have undergone...
Water is a vital resource is used in the operations of many industrial processes. The increasing demands for water for agricultural, drinking and...
The Flint, Mich., water crisis is an issue with so many layers, it will take a long time to get at them all. But one fact it instantly brought to...
Over the past few months I have been noticing an interesting series of commercials on some of the TV channels that I watch. I first started noticing...
By updating existing infrastructure, water and wastewater facilities have the ability to collect and process significant data information via cloud-...
Many municipalities use lime to treat their water, but the Lime Reclamation Facility in Dayton, Ohio, is one of a kind. For almost 60 years, it has...
One-third of utilities around the globe report a loss of more than 40% of clean water due to leaks. Smart water networks ad­dress this issue. With...
California is enduring its worst drought in decades. The Central Valley is the agricultural hub of the Golden State, and without access to sufficient...

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