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The city of Jakarta in Indonesia is the largest metropolis in Southeast Asia. With a population of 10 million people, it is one of the most rapidly...
One of the greatest pressures on a community is the ability to maintain its current infrastructure. Large decentralized waste­­water treatment...
Anyone who has traveled to Amarillo, Texas, has travelled Loop 335. This high-traffic loop encircles the city and connects motorists to every major...
In 2007, the Pima County Regional Wastewater Reclamation Department (RWRD) embarked on a $720 million Regional Optimization Master Plan (ROMP) to...
In the U.S., an irrigation district is a cooperative, self-governing public corporation set up as a subdivision of the state government. It has...
The Canyon Lakes sanitary sewer inter­ceptor serves northwest and northeast Lubbock, Texas, and is one of the major interceptors in the city’s sewer...
In recent months, the problem of wipes harming wastewater systems has hit mainstream discourse, with a New York Times article bringing unprecedented...
More entities are finding that being seen as a responsible steward of water not only is the right thing to do; it’s also critical for avoiding public...
Two old industrial parks in Chicago were converted into rail/truck intermodal yards to accommodate increasing freight traffic in and around the city...
Although geothermal energy generation is a growing renewable resource, it still presents challenges for equipment suppliers in terms of controlling...
The BP Oil Terminal site in Hamble in the U.K. occupies an area of about 53 acres on the banks of Southampton Water, a tidal estuary, and is one of...
In the early 1980s, the first personal computers were running the DOS operating system, the DeLorean “Back to the Future” sports car hit the street,...
The brewing, dairy and beverage industries require effective disinfection of microbial organisms. Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection has become an...
The dire drought conditions have led some Californians to turn to unorthodox methods in their desperate attempts to seek alternate sources of water....
This past June was a big month for fracking and oil markets around the world. First, the U.S. Environmental Pro­tection Agency (EPA) released its...
The town of Swan River, located in Manitoba, Canada, knew that the two pumps at one of its lift stations were nearing the end of their service lives...
The Bargersville, Ind., water utility serves approximately 30,000 people in central Indiana. The original water treatment plant was built in the...
Ball valves are a common choice in water systems because they are inexpensive and have a high temperature and pressure tolerance. The valve works by...
Pump blockages and rags are significant barriers to energy and operational efficiencies at pump stations, causing unscheduled shutdowns, safety...
Located 15 miles northwest of Sacramento, in the agricultural fields of the Central San Joaquin Valley of Northern California, the cities of Woodland...

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