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The XR-5 ethylene interpolymer alloy geomembrane was specified for the primary and secondary containment liners for a zinc and diversified metals...
The Windmill Gap tank project is located in southern West Virginia near the town of Bramwell on top of a mountain with an elevation of 3,400 ft. The...
The James Island (S.C.) Public Service District (JIPSD) provides services for fire protection, wastewater collection and solid waste disposal. In...
The Point Lisas Industrial Es­tate in Point Lisas, Trinidad, is one of the country’s largest consumers of water, using approximately 23 million gal...
As part of a nearly 40-year effort to move all wastewater operations out of the city’s core, the city of Iowa City, Iowa, embarked on a $50.2 million...
Students of the old school, cover your eyes. We’ve seen the future of the water industry, and it’s a techie. Well, increasingly so, at least....
As Eleanor Roosevelt once quipped, “Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” This article by design will...
Dubbed the first installation of its kind in the country by the Nevada Center for Excellence, a new leak detection system in Las Vegas is a...
For the past two decades, Forsyth County, Ga., has grown at a staggering rate—its population has more than quadrupled since 1990. It is located just...
The cost is enormous: Over the next two decades, the U.S. must spend more than $300 billion to repair and replace wastewater and storm water systems...
The town of Darien is home to 21,000 people on the Gold Coast of Connecticut. Residents pride themselves on being good environmental stewards who...
The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority (RVSA), which operates a large wastewater treatment plant in New Jersey, embarked on a green cogeneration waste-...
The Hutchinson (Kansas) Water Plant gets its water from 20 wells. The water is pumped out of the wells and into a reverse osmosis (RO) water...
Residents of the Florida Keys carefully conserve costly freshwater to minimize their bills. Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority’s (FKAA) conservation...
With a name like the “Big Sandy River,” it is no surprise that extracting water for drinking presents challenges for treatment plant operators. Two...
A generation ago, wastewater treatment industry constituents—engineers, equipment manufacturers and owners—agreed that positive-seal cartridge-...
Climate change can be a touchy subject, but nevertheless water utilities must be prepared for the threats that can result from changes in temperature...
Every September, Protect Your Groundwater Day rolls around, reminding us of the importance of ensuring we have enough of this critical resource. And...
The manufacturing of dyes in the textile industry requires the use of high concentrations of salts, such as sodium chloride. Therefore, salt removal...
Industrial pulp and paper wastewater is considered one of the more challenging waters to treat biologically. The most commonly adopted pulp and paper...

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