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The city of Dearborn, Mich., has revised its plan for a combined sewer overflow (CSO) control project, a move that the Dearborn Times-Herald... more

The collection of water quality data from remote locations with difficult access represents a significant challenge. However, data from such water... more

In order to handle substantial growth, the Bonita Springs Utilities, Inc. (BSU), a not-for-profit, member-owned utility in Bonita Springs, Fla.,... more

Heavy rains last winter and spring in Arizona had been a welcome and much needed event, filling most lakes and reservoirs to capacity.
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It is estimated that Spain has approximately 40,000 Hm3/year of available water. This amount is usually sufficient, however, serious water... more

Louisiana's Lake Pontchartrain Basin lies at the mouth of the Mississippi Delta and squarely in the sights of water quality experts from around... more

Water is probably the most important natural resource in our environment. We drink it, we wash with it, cool with it, transfer energy with it, and... more

A water utility in Ohio wanted to learn more about the variability of water quality parameters such as pH, ORP, turbidity and chlorine. Previously... more

In 2002, the Port of New York/New Jersey began dredging the harbor to accommodate container-carrying ships which was expected to result in a... more

Maintaining water quality is critical in the public water marketplace. Employing the best technology and expertise provides assurance to... more

Nearly every company would consider a safe and secure workplace to be a top priority. This is especially the case when you are responsible for... more

The city of Zachary, La., installed a new AMR Drive-By System in 2003 that earned them an international award presented by Public Technology, Inc... more

A look at the the sucesses of the Bexar Metropolitan Ultra-filtration Water Treatment System. Little more than five years ago, the Bexar... more

In 1999, the city of Daytona Beach, Fla., has one water treatment and two wastewater treatment facilities within its service area that exceeded... more

Broadous Elementary School located in Pacoima, Calif., is part of the Los Angeles River watershed. During heavy rains, the campus and surrounding... more

Boosting water production and increasing water quality is a major challenge for municipalities that are equipped with aging or under-performing... more

New flowmeters provide savings for their entire flow monitoring programFormed as a "special purpose" district in 1958, the Hazel Dell Sewer... more

The Florida panhandle area is booming especially the scenic Walton County. The area's setting has made the county the sixth fastest growing county... more

Environmental compliance is a key driver in municipalities deciding to enter public-private partnerships. The city of Glen Cove, N.Y., contracted... more

In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the number of municipalities utilizing ultraviolet technology (UV) as a means for... more


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