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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

In 1999, the town of St. Leon, Ind., voted to upgrade its decentralized septic systems to a municipally operated sewage system. Because of varying... more

The Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) of Greater Cincinnati had two combined sewer overflow (CSO) manholes at the Mill Creek Interceptor that... more

Why do collection system professionals such as Linda Chappius strongly prefer the... more

After you cross the 18-mile “Stretch” into the Florida Keys from the mainland, the world seems to turn at a happily slower pace.

By car,... more

The Red Rock Correctional Center complex was originally built in 2006 outside Eloy, Ariz., by the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) to... more

The City of Rifle, Colo., knows painfully well that during summertime in the Colorado desert, the daytime heat loading on drinking water tanks can... more

Industrial plants are known for being loud, acoustically raucous environments. The combination of high ceilings, reflective surfaces and output... more

The Oostburg Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in Oostburg, Wis., found the Huber’s... more

The Chesapeake Bay watershed—the largest estuary in the United States—stretches across more than 64,000 sq miles, encompassing parts of six states... more

Oklahoma City has undertaken systematic, thoughtful planning to meet the demands of a growing city. Built in the 1920s, the Overholser Water... more

The pump stations at Monterey (Calif.) Regional Water Pollution Control Agency (MRWPCA) were having a problem with their channel grinders. The... more

Lexington, Ky., located in the heart of the state’s Bluegrass region, is nicknamed the ”Horse Capital of the World.” A consolidated city-county... more

In addition to office space and efficient creation of new products, one of the factors a manufacturer has to consider when constructing a new... more

After discovering its three wells contained excessive levels of arsenic, the Spring Creek Utilities Co. hired Sunrise Eng. to help develop a... more

Maintaining disinfectant residual levels in drinking water reticulation systems is a challenge, even under normal conditions. Water must travel... 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 Ada Township, Mich., utilities department was experiencing frequent unscheduled maintenance visits and corresponding unbudgeted repair bills... more

The hospitality industry has made great strides in managing water consumption and finding new ways to reduce operating costs and shrink its... more


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