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In the Middle East, fresh water is becoming more and more difficult and expensive to obtain. As a result, countries are investing in alternatives... more

In the Middle East, fresh water is becoming more and more difficult and expensive to obtain. As a result, countries are investing in alternatives... more

The burgeoning suburb of Pembroke Pines, Fla., boasts a forward-thinking motto: “Join Us and Progress with Us.” It certainly fits because the city... more

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Methanol dosing system meets all performance requirements

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Management of a 1.2 million gal per day (mgd) wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in Star, Idaho, reports successful installation of a solids... more

The water quality of the River Thames has affected the activities of mankind for centuries. In 1858, Parliament was suspended because of a stench... more

Because of the growing tourism industry in British Columbia, the Cultus Country Resort, 60 miles east of Vancouver, was in need of wastewater... more

In 2005, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) reported more than 200 public water systems that at one time exceeded the new... more

Arsenic removal system provides cost, compliance benefits
The Twentynine Palms Water District serves a population of approximately 17,000... more

In 2004, a team of researchers from Washington state’s King County Wastewater Treatment Division took on the task of cleaning up problems with the... more

The district of Kitimat, B.C, a coastal community with 10,000 residents, is located at the head of the Douglas Channel and the Kitimat River. The... more

In the U.S., much of the Southwest suffers from high levels of naturally occurring arsenic in its groundwater. This is especially true 3 miles... more

The residents of Brockton, Mass., can finally water their lawns. This is a big deal because Brockton is transitioning from water bans to water... more

When it rains in Maine, dangerous chemicals run off the ground and into the clamflats and beaches of Casco Bay. Volunteers and staff from Friends... more

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