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Continuous water analysis of pH, conductivity and turbidity is vital to municipal and industrial plants. Given this, the use of a reliable and...
Sewer backups are an ongoing problem for municipalities in the U.S. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, up to 75,000 annual...
Seattle Public Utilities has a reputation for providing high-quality water to its customers. The tradition continues with the state-of-the-art Cedar...
Arched culverts made of bolted-together corrugated metal plates are a common feature in Ohio’s sewer infrastructure. “We have quite a few of them,”...
The 133rd Annual Conference & Exposition (ACE14) organized by the American Water Works Assn,  held June 8 to 12 in Boston, will offer the...
The water supply for 42 communities in the metropolitan Boston area currently is treated at the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority’s  (MWRA...
I’m California dreaming on such a winter’s day (even though it’s March as I write this …). Unfortunately, however, the state is facing some...
The St. Croix River is an environmentally sensitive river that separates two major cities in Minnesota and Wisconsin.  The St. Croix Crossing...
Discovered in 2003, the Papa Terra Oil Field is located 68 miles off the coast of Rio de Janeiro in the Atlantic Ocean at a depth of 3,937 ft. It is...
In February, government officials from the Republic of Maldives joined representatives from the Aquiva Foundation, memsys, Aquaver and the local...
Mercury removal from both air emissions and industrial wastewater, especially from coal-fired power plants in the U.S., has been a topic of extensive...
Sandoz Pvt. Ltd. has achieved an average of 17% energy efficiency and lower noise levels by choosing Atlas Copco screw blower technology for its...
Improving water efficiency through reuse, conservation or more effective treatment comes at a cost, which must be weighed against the value. The...
This past winter took everything out of me. Extreme temperatures day in and day out made my daily commute (which involves lots of waiting outside for...
A little more than three years ago, Crane Pumps & Systems Submersible Product team met with a group of water treatment operators and managers to...
The U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics attributes a total of 330 worker fatalities to accidental electrocutions in 2011 and 2012 alone. In areas where...
Nestled amid the Crab Orchard Mountains and home of the Obed Wild and Scenic River, Frozen Head State Park and Lone Mountain State Forest, the city...
When Veolia Water needed to replace an aging mechanical diaphragm pump for a chemical application at its Simcoe Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP),...
The city of Hot Springs, Ark., is undergoing a comprehensive upgrade to its municipal wastewater infrastructure. The program focuses on 16 projects...
The Obama Administration released its FY2015 Budget request, and all signs point to utilities tightening yet another notch on the proverbial...

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