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With more than 500 sq miles to cover, including a network of streams flowing through a handful of towns and dozens of active construction sites,... more

The wastewater treatment plant in Collinsville, Ill. had a problem. Like other facilities across the country, the plant was struggling to cope... more

When the Chetwynd Treatment Plant in British Columbia, Canada, faced safety concerns, on-site hypochlorite generation was the solution.
The... more

The wastewater collecting system on the island of St. Croix in the United States Virgin Islands was facing significant corrosion. Sauereisen... more

In the 1800s, the city of Peshtigo, Wis., distinguished itself as a busy center for manufactured wood products in the heart of a burgeoning... more

California’s Stockton East Water District needed to meet Uniform Fire Code while keeping gas chlorination equipment as their primary disinfection... more

For some wastewater treatment plants, the addition of secondary treatment and related upgrades present few problems, but for a facility in Vernon... more

Weatherford, Okla., is a city with a population of about 10,000. The local wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) has a capacity of 2 MGD, but... more

The city of Hudson, N.Y., had problems meeting effluent water quality treatment goals due to aging slow sand and diatomaceous earth (DE) filter... more

The Lincoln Akerman School in Hampton Falls, N.H., has an enrollment of about 260 students in kindergarten through eighth grade. The water system... more

The North Clackamas County Water Commission (NCCWC) owns and operates a 10-mgd slow-sand filtration plant in Oregon City, Ore., that treats water... 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

Dissolved oxygen (DO) monitoring in wastewater is critical for efficient operation of wastewater treatment plants. Continuous and reliable DO... more

Immediate cost savings to the tune of $500,000 proved public-private partnership was the right choice for Boyertown, Pa.
In 1994, the... more

The Birmingham Wastewater Treatment plant in Kansas City, MO., is an activated sludge treatment facility that processes 12.4 million gallons of... more

A water treatment plant in Daytona Beach, Fla., produces over 2 million pounds of chlorine at $0.17 per pound.
In 1999, the Ralph Brennan... more

Wine caves are growing increasingly popular in California’s wine country. This is especially true in Napa County, Calif., where there are more... more

There were two major hurricanes that passed through Louisiana in 2005. Most people remember the first, Katrina, because it caused major damage in... more

Due to the drought in the southeast of England during 2005 and 2006, the Environment Agency has allowed increased water abstraction from certain... more

The public-private partnership between Gilbert, Ariz., and Severn Trent Services has been a successful endeavor for twenty years.
Since... more

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