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The City of Covina, Calif., faces water quality challenges that are typical for many urban and suburban water systems across the southern United... more

Located in Clark County, Nev., the city of North Las Vegas is the fourth largest city in the state. Serving a population of 224,000 residents, the... more

Industrial plants are known for being loud, acoustically raucous environments. The combination of high ceilings, reflective surfaces and output... more

In late 2011, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) approved plans to install a new well and build a new water treatment facility for the city... more

The winter of 2013 and 2014 featured a “polar vortex”—a severe and sustained arctic blast that closed down businesses, schools, roads and airports... more

Discovered in 2003, the Papa Terra Oil Field is located 68 miles off the coast of Rio de Janeiro in the Atlantic Ocean at a depth of 3,937 ft. It... more

Daphne Utilities, situated on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay in Alabama, provides water, sewer and natural gas service to a population of... more

Fog and airports do not go well together, but Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport had to deal with an entirely different meaning of... more

The plant operator for a city in Wisconsin noticed a buildup of sludge in the treatment plant lagoons and wanted to prevent the need for future... more

Faced with rising power costs and a volatile energy future, village of Cascade, Wis., trustees were determined to offer forward-thinking solutions... more

The Public Water Supply District No. 2, of St Charles County in Defiance, Mo., has grown from a small, rural water district outside of St. Louis,... more

Confronted with a deteriorated sanitary sewer routed deeply beneath several major roadways and a well-established residential area, the Baltimore... more

Miner, Mo., population 980, is a quaint rural community located halfway between St. Louis and Memphis, Tenn. The 20-year-old Miner Wastewater... more

Choosing a flowmeter is not always a straightforward task. Trial and error sometimes proves to be the only effective method of narrowing down what... more

Increasingly, wipes are causing serious issues for wastewater treatment system operators. Many of the wipes entering sewage systems are not... more

The City of Culver, Ore., was in need of a better way to recycle and reuse the wastewater stored in its lagoons, so that it would still be able to... more

The Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department (WASD) is the largest water and sewer utility in the southeastern U.S., serving nearly 2.3 million... more

The Millcreek Township Water Authority (MTWA) of Millcreek Township, Pa.—near Erie, Pa.—was created in 1974 to provide water to the rapidly... more

In January 2004, the City of North Las Vegas’ city council authorized an in-depth analysis on wastewater treatment options for the municipality,... more

A new ballasted biological treatment process helped the Allenstown, N.H. Wastewater Treatment Plant expand capacity in response to orders from... more

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