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In 2005, Chile’s Superintendence of Sanitary Services implemented a new arsenic standard for drinking water, giving the country’s water treatment... more

The water municipality of a mid-size city in the Western region of the U.S. serving a population of approximately 180,000 people needed to address... more

At the beginning of the Civil War, Union soldiers occupied Arlington, Va., realizing that the location offered a great strategic location, just... more

Progressive schools and universities are making great strides in managing water consumption and finding new ways to reduce overall cost of... more

The Bishop Hodges Pastoral Center is a year-round West Virginia recreational facility known for hosting camps, business meetings and other social... more

The pulp and papermaking industry is very water-intensive and ranks third in the world in terms of freshwater withdrawal—as much as 60 cu m of... more

Nestled in a valley between the Pukalani Country Club’s golf course and a surrounding residential community in Maui, Hawaii, is the Pukalani MBR... more

Residents of Christiansburg, Ohio, knew they had problems with their onsite wastewater systems. System failures and odors were common,... more

The Georgia Aquarium, located in the heart of Atlanta, opened its doors in 2005 as the world’s largest aquarium, with 100,000 freshwater and... more

A biological municipal wastewater treatment plant with a considerably fluctuating discharge quantity can only perform its function with utmost... more

The city of Charleston, S.C., experienced a drought in 1917 and 1918. The resulting water shortage, combined with the washing away of part of the... more

Faced with increasing water consumption demands from its growing customer base, Forest Park Water needed to double the capacity of its existing... more

The James Island (S.C.) Public Service District (JIPSD) provides services for fire protection, wastewater collection and solid waste disposal. In... more

As the stone quarries in the Château Richer region of Quebec began to exhaust their supply of stone at the beginning of the 20th century, new... more

The Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority (RVSA), which operates a large wastewater treatment plant in New Jersey, embarked on a green cogeneration... more

In Niagara Falls, N.Y., three engineering firms were involved in different phases of design for a new intermodal facility for Covanta—one of the... more

In 1912, the decision was made by Ardmore, Okla., oilman Jake Hamon and circus magnate John Ringling to build a railroad from Ardmore to Healdton... more

The City of Houston required a new lift station to help mitigate flooding in Sims Bayou. Due to large variations in total daily head—a static head... more

When the Santa Margarita (Calif.) Water District (SMWD) was formed in 1964 by a group of ranchers who wanted a reliable water source for their... more

Monterey, Calif., is a seaside town that enjoys cool weather, picturesque beaches and, for the most part, excellent water quality. However, over... more

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