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The city of Franklin, Tenn.—a suburb of Nashville—initiated a rehabilitation project for its existing 35-acre raw water reservoir to fix leaks... more

The implementation of continuous, active mixing technologies combined with periodic disinfectant boosts can maintain water quality by eliminating... more

Quiescent waters in potable water storage tanks are associated with water quality problems such as thermal stratification, biofilms, excessive... more

Long-distance circulators are different from any other reservoir equipment in that the adjustable intake takes advantage of the manner in which... more

It can be argued that the head works might be the most critical place in a wastewater treatment plant; what happens there greatly influences the... more

Early removal of oil from your facility's wastewater can improve operation efficiencies, generate revenue, demonstrate environmental... more

This white paper examines how smart food producers are investing in equipment that lowers costs while enabling the manufacture of high-quality... more

Wastewater can sometimes be both corrosive and abrasive. Selecting the most suitable material for wastewater pumps is therefore crucial to... more

Water and wastewater utilities today are suffering from "environmental data chaos." They have silos of data in different systems, different... more

Traditionally, carbonaceous biochemical oxygen demand (CBOD) has been the defining test to determine the efficiency of wastewater treatment.... more

There are a variety of mitigating solutions that can result in a significant decrease in the number and frequency of pipe bursts within a water... more

Remove surface oil, quickly, easily and inexpensively…and generate a profit. In this free white paper, learn how Oil Skimmers' more than 45 years... more

Micropollutant removal is one of the primary environmental and public health threats directly related to water resources. After several years of... more

Over the past decade, utility revenue and manpower has shrunk, requiring municipal water plants to be more judicious in their selection of... more

Handwheel or automated process valve? The worldwide trend is clearly moving towards automation because it reduces energy and water consumption—... more

Many of today’s large urban water treatment plants rely upon sophisticated chlorination processes in order to provide clean, sanitary water to... more

The desire of man to stay healthy, happy and live in a clean environment is as old as Man himself. He may not have known how to achieve it through... more

It can be costly for municipalities when lift station check valves fail and leak sewage back into the wet well from force mains, although it is an... more

Every plant has some sort of system in place for managing calibration operations and data, but the methods for doing this vary greatly in terms of... more

Today’s municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment processes are today under continuous pressure to provide 24/7 uptime, an excellent... more

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