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Imagine tackling your greatest production challenge quickly, easily and inexpensively—and even generating a profit while doing so. Removal of... more

Today’s municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment processes are today under continuous pressure to provide 24/7 uptime, an excellent... more

According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT), cyber incidents on... more

This paper provides an overview of a comprehensive, wireless, remote monitoring system for water distribution system operators, including an... more

All wastewater facilities are going to generate solids, and dealing with solids is a necessary evil. The processing, treatment and disposal of... more

Many municipal water treatment plants utilize ozone treatment systems to produce clean water for residential and industrial users. While all the... more

Digester process management involves carefully balancing the quality and quantity of sludge going into the digester and the health of the micro-... more

Water is required throughout a food and beverage facility for various uses, including makeup water for cooling towers and boilers, washing of... more

Energy is the single highest operating cost in a wastewater treatment plant, with energy to operate blowers for aeration being the single highest... more

Filter backwashing is a critical part of the drinking water production process. During backwashing, water flow is reversed and increased in order... more

The quality of life of every American relies in part on a well-maintained municipal or private drinking water infrastructures and wastewater... more

Water utility managers today face a conundrum. The American Water Works Assn. recommends a water utility strive for non-revenue water loss at 10%... more

Early removal of oil from your facility's wastewater can improve operation efficiencies, generate revenue, demonstrate environmental... more

In today’s complex and frequently rugged process plant environments, liquid pumps are often overworked and underprotected from adverse operating... more

Mixing in potable water storage tanks is increasingly recognized as an important factor for improving water quality and protecting tank assets.... more

It can be argued that the head works might be the most critical place in a wastewater treatment plant; what happens there greatly influences the... more

In the current economic climate, with tight municipal water treatment budgets, the cost of maintaining chlorine analyzers that operate accurately... more

Many of today’s large urban water treatment plants rely upon sophisticated chlorination processes in order to provide clean, sanitary water to... more

The Graton Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF) in Sonoma County, Calif., is owned and operated by Graton Community Service District (GCSD).... more

Liqui-Cel membrane contactors have a long history of improving a variety of water treatment systems by adding and/or removing dissolved gasses in... more

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