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An Indian reservation in the Sierra Nevada mountain region in Cali­for­nia was experiencing septic system failure that posed severe environmental and...
In conjunction with Robinson Eng. Ltd. of South Holland, Ill., Metropolitan Industries of Romeoville, Ill., assisted in the renovation of a critical...
As the first Severn Bridge approaches its 50th anniversary, the millions of drivers who cross it each year will be blissfully unaware of just how...
Located approximately 32 miles south of Boston, the town of Raynham, Mass., (population 13,383) is a suburban community that also boasts a strong...
Public-private partnerships (P3s) continue to become more popular, leveraging strengths of all parties while sharing the associated risks. W&WD...
Unless you’ve been living under a rock (kidding—I would never assume that any iWWD readers live under rocks), you’ve probably heard about Phase IV of...
Finding the right pump for a specific application can mean the difference between operating efficiently and spending thousands of dollars in...
The push to develop natural gas resources in the Marcellus Shale, a low-density rock formation that underlies portions of the Delaware River Basin in...
Demand for water reuse technologies is growing within the food and beverage industry as more companies seek ways to streamline operations and enhance...
Josh Frey is a chicken hatchling farmer in West Virginia and a proponent of poultry litter gasification. He takes very young chicks and raises them...
The surface of ultrafiltration (UF) membranes is subject to the build up (fouling) of foreign materials present in feed water, such as suspended...
The market for measurement and control of water and wastewater will exceed $17 billion this year and surpass $20 billion by 2020. The industrial...
Over the past few years, advances in fracking technology have strengthened U.S. reserves of natural gas. According to the Energy Information...
I confess to having a preoccupation with methane emissions, beginning in my earliest toilet training days and carrying over to today’s developments...
In Baltimore, compliance with state and federal water and wastewater regulations is not simply a matter of meeting the minimum requirements. The city...
Situated across the Potomac River from the city of Alexandria, Va., is the Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant, which holds the title of...
As the world’s population rapidly grows, the water industry is focusing on ways to save water, reduce maintenance on the growing amount of equipment...
Living with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina—and the specter of each new hurricane season—has taught those who live in and visit New Orleans the...
In St. Louis there is an old adage: the bigger the project, the bigger the challenge. In sewer rehabilitation, that saying certainly rings true. Due...
Hunter Water, a state-owned corporation providing water and wastewater services to more than a half-million people in the lower Hunter region of New...

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