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A fast-growing city in the arid desert of the western U.S. recently addressed the need to expand its municipal service for new residents and...
If you visit the city of Cedar Park, Texas’, website, you will be warmly welcomed not only by an appealing design featuring earthy colors framed by...
In the May 7 issue of Time magazine, there was an article about the capture and killing of Osama bin Laden. The article, “How It Went Down,”...
The facts are as clear as the water we drink: U.S. water and wastewater infrastructure is in desperate need of repair. In its 2009 Report Card on...
In anticipation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Stage 2 Disinfection Byproduct Rule (DBPR), responsible utilities across the U.S...
The staff at the Rock Creek Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility seem well aware that innovation is the key to success, and they do not have plans...
The Downers Grove Sanitary District is an 11-million-gal-per-day wastewater utility located in south central DuPage County, Ill. The district serves...
The Padre Dam Municipal Water District, located in Southern California, serves water to more than 103,000 residents in the San Diego suburbs of...
Each winter, water operators in northern climates face a range of challenges due to cold weather, including main breaks and equipment outages. While...
With wastewater charges to residential customers increasing more than 14% over the past few years, the opportunity exists for wastewater facilities...
Donnacona, Quebec, Canada, is an industrial town just west of Quebec City. The town’s water treatment plant was built in 1969 and has since undergone...
The water meter industry has manual read meters, drive-by or walk-by read meters and remote read meters. Some meters are one-way communicators and...
Today, an increasing number of water utilities are moving toward advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems to help manage the growing challenges...
City officials in Sullivan, Mo., were notably proud in 1988 when their new aerated wastewater treatment lagoon entered operation. The three-cell...
Thousands of water quality professionals will convene at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center Sept. 29 to Oct. 3, 2012, for the Water Environment...
As automatic meter reading becomes commonplace, utilities are able to operate more effectively and provide better customer service. WWD Assistant...
Summer into fall is my absolute favorite time of year. The air starts to take on that ever-so-slight, brisk chill; the sky is extra blue and you can...
Like many areas across the U.S. and around the world, the community of Loves Park, located in northern Illinois, is growing. With growth comes the...
Reducing energy demands in municipal wastewater infrastructure continues to grow in importance, especially in wastewater collection systems. In high-...
Whether it is part of a typical water removal project or used in the event of an emergency such as a flood, a pump is an essential tool in removing...

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