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Now, the facility has only two months out of the year—May and October—when flows are low enough to take components such as clarifiers and filters... more

Their concept was to build a state-of-the-art refueling facility using the best available above-ground storage and oil/water separator technology... more

For industrial or commercial companies and municipalities that use water towers, cooling systems, or filtering systems, scale (along with... more

Rapidly growing population of this metropolitan Phoenix city was a significant factor in the need to expand. A primary objective of the project... more

With an average annual rainfall of just seven inches, water is an important commodity in Phoenix, Ariz.
Visitors to the city's water service... more

Federal legislation was passed prohibiting streamside logging. Residents were given a deadline to cease its customary practice. This deadline... more

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) knows that establishing dissolved oxygen (DO) and nutrient criteria for the state’s water... more

The project was driven by a group of city officials and utility management who mounted a citywide effort to improve their city’s water and gas... more

Pesticides, floor waxes, emulsifiers, disinfectants were stored, mixed and packaged there until 1983 when a number of questionable disposal... more

Prior to the spring of 2004, the Lake Forest Water Plant provided traditional water treatment. Coagulating chemicals were added to the incoming... more

Located in southwest Ohio, between the cities of Cincinnati and Dayton, is the growing metropolis known as Mason. Founded in 1815, Mason has... more

The constant requirement of adding reagents to the sampling analyzer placed a high burden on the busy maintenance staff, and resulted in reduced... more

"The Orion AMR system looked like an excellent system to all of us, but we... more

The on-site water-recycling system reuses up to 25,000 gallons of wastewater per day (gpd), which greatly reduces the amount of potable water... more

For example, the topography in the immediate vicinity of an Avalon residential housing development in Fremont required a unique pressure reducing... more

In 1985, Jackson, Miss. was being forced to reduce its treatment capacity to 37 mgd from 46 mgd, due to more stringent stream loading parameters... more

Much of Gwinnett County's potable water comes from nearby Lake Lanier, a major reservoir that it shares with four million other Georgia residents... more

Background
The Alameda County Water District (ACWD) operates and maintains the Alameda Reservoir, a 15-million gal finished water storage... more

In 2003, the city of Sacramento, Calif., approved installation of the Stormvault Mitigation System by CON/SPAN for treatment of urban runoff from... more

One of the objectives of the ACWD study was to determine whether facilities above 10 million gal would require multiple RMS units. Prior to the... more

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