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Standpipes are among the most problematic tank geometries to mix. Inlet velocities are typically small in magnitude and horizontal in direction.... more

At the turn of the 20th century, the City of Portsmouth, Ohio, constructed a nearly 2.5-mile brick tunnel sewer from the Ohio River... more

The Metropolitan (Metro) Syracuse Wastewater Treatment Plant provides wastewater treatment for approximately 270,000 residents of the City of... more

The Cass County, Mich., Lakes Area Sewer Authority (LASA) wastewater treatment plant is meeting its phosphorus removal needs by utilizing... more

Redwood City, Calif., operates a 500,000-gal ground-level steel tank with a single inlet/outlet. Located in the Bay Area of Northern California,... more

The Western Wake Partners constructed the Western Wake Regional Water Reclamation Facility (WWRWRF) with the region’s future growth in mind. The... more

Alternative energy is becoming increasingly popular as the costs of water and energy continue to rise and more pressure is put on corporations to... more

Western Monmouth Utilities Authority (WMUA) in Manalapan, N.J., operates more than 30 pump stations, servicing more than 79,000 customers. With... more

At a wastewater treatment plant in Indiana, operators were struggling to keep their pond system in compliance and were facing enforcement action... more

It is not a secret that the water and wastewater industry often utilizes pre-engineered concrete buildings for its treatment, pumping and... more

In September 2012, AdEdge Water Technologies LLC was awarded a contract managed by... more

Lubrizol, a highly advanced chemicals manufacturer, was experiencing severe corrosion in the case of one of its decanter centrifuges. In theory,... more

When it comes to potable water storage tanks, the Aqua Pennsylvania 10-million-gal Sproul Road ground storage tank in Philadelphia is about as big... more

The city of Warm Springs is a small community of approximately 1,000 residents located in central Georgia. In 2010, water testing found a radium... more

Stanly County, in central North Carolina, is typical of many smaller rural water utilities in the U.S. Due to excess capacity in the city water... more

The phrase “timing is everything” might mean more to people in construction than in any other industry. It is true that many factors make a... more

In 2001, the government of Uganda started to plan the construction of a new hydroelectric power plant at Bujagali Falls, which is about 8 km north... more

A rectangular, in-ground concrete tank in Ontario, Calif., had poor circulation and low turnover, and it suffered from excessive water age. During... more

Missouri American Water (MAW), a regional division of American Water Works Co., serves 1.5 million people in more than 150 Missouri communities.... more

The water municipality of a mid-size city in the Western region of the U.S. serving a population of approximately 180,000 people needed to address... more

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