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In January 2013, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) and the Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE) bestowed an award upon the...
The city of London, Ontario, Canada, operates six wastewater treatment plants (WWTP). Sludge generated at five of the city’s plants is trucked to the...
Oklahoma City is the most populated city in the state of Oklahoma and the 29th largest city in the U.S. At 621.2 sq miles, it is in the top five...
Taking a swampy, flooded area in a major city and efficiently converting it into a park and public green space is not an easy task. For the Hillcrest...
Securing a clean water supply is an ever-increasing concern in the U.S. With aging insfrastructure, growing demand and extreme weather events, there...
Behold the New Year.  Editorial letters like this often rehash top happenings from the previous year or predict some ultra-exciting occurrences...
Industrial food and beverage is water-intensive—a brewery, for example, typically will use four to seven times the amount of water as the amount of...
A waste-to-energy project, the first of its kind in the Milwaukee area and one of the largest merchant facilities in the Midwest, takes high-strength...
Latin America and the Caribbean have rich potential to replace fossil fuels with green energy as technology delivers profitable and environmentally...
Rotterdam Zoo’s Oceanium, which opened in 2001, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Netherlands, with 1.4 million visitors in 2012...
The pulp and paper industry is one of the heaviest users of water within the North American industrial economy, requiring an average of 54 cu meters...
The right software tools can help operations managers monitor data and respond to change more easily and efficiently. A U.S.-based excipient (...
The world market for water and wastewater treatment equipment and services was $263 billion in 2013, up 6% from 2012. Process and makeup (intake)...
The water industry pulled through another year of mixed economic signals, deep federal budget cuts and continued pressure from tightening regulatory...
In his September column, Ben Grumbles presented what he called “Fracking’s Top 10,” a list of top questions we should be asking related to hydraulic...
Water & Wastes Digest (WWD) understands the importance of keeping up to date with current industry trends and information. We are pleased to...
Aging infrastructure, ever-changing regulations and tightening budgets present the water and wastewater treatment industry with a challenging road...
In 2006, engineers at HDR began planning efforts to increase capacity at the city of St. Charles, Mo.’s Missouri River Wastewater Treatment Plant....
The Bluebonnet Water Supply Corp. Water Treatment Plant in Temple, Texas, generated a worst-case 106 million gal of spent backwash water and...
Along the eastern side of the Cascade Mountain Range in central Oregon, the city of Redmond, Ore., is home to approximately 28,000 residents. ...

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