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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

The Hall Road Well Station is located in Abington, Pa., approximately 12 miles (20 km) north of Philadelphia. The site is designed to extract and... more

The Mount Sterling (Ky.) water and sewer system needed a 30- and 36-in. sanitary sewer trunk line to handle increases in local sewer flows in the... more

Pinellas County, Fla., has a distribution system that is typical of many major metropolitan water systems, with over 700,000 customers, 2,000... more

The existing wastewater treatment system of a pulp and paper facility in China uses 600 kg per day of diammonium phosphate (DAP) to provide the... more

The Chesapeake Bay watershed, the largest estuary in the U.S., stretches across more than 64,000 sq miles, encompassing parts of six states and... more

The Locust Grove Town Center is a 16,000-sq-ft shopping retail center on a 25-acre project site located approximately 25 miles west of... more

For years, the City of Gulfport, Miss., knew it were missing out on unbilled, underbilled or unaccounted for sewer processing fees. But without... more

Monogram Food Solutions is one of the nation’s largest manufacturers of quality food products. Monogram’s meat products—all made in the U.S.—... more

Atlantic Street in Springfield, Mo., is notorious for water line breaks. It has been torn up more times than locals can count to make repairs on a... more

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