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Even where fine screens are installed in the headworks of wastewater treatment plants, some debris will always end up in the sludge. Plastic parts... more

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

In order to survive in a tough competitive environment, many companies are searching for ways to realize savings in their production. Such savings... more

Wastewater treatment plants process and handle some of the most corrosive solids and liquids in process engineering, often suffering damage after... more

SCADA can be utilized for remote data acquisition, but because it is primarily a real-time control system, the user must make significant... more

Flocculants are used in both the treatment of municipal sewage and industrial wastewater. There are many different types of flocculant chemicals... more

Natural gas is a fossil fuel composed of a mixture of hydrocarbon gases. The primary components are methane, ethane and propane. It is the... more

Each time a utility gathers, treats and distributes water—every time a pump starts, a tank is filled or a tap is opened—data is being generated... more

Water quality problems in potable water storage tanks include temperature stratification, stagnation, dead zones and short-circuiting. These... more

Now in the second phase of its consent decree-mandated Long Term Control Plan to optimize interactivity between its four wastewater processing... more

Productivity is more reliable when equipment can be monitored to detect incipient failures and take corrective action before the plant goes down.... more

Over the past forty years or more, the natural gas distribution industry in the U.S. has made a remarkable transformation from a near-exclusive... more

Structure owners and users are becoming increasingly aware of the liabilities and the costs of corrosion. Carrying out remedial work—particularly... more

This paper provides an overview of the condition of the nation's water infrastructure and the need to replace piping systems with materials that... more

Organizations treating and disposing hydraulic fracturing wastewater generate new revenue and improve operations with cost-effective, reliable oil... 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

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

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

Energy costs have become a major contributor to pumping systems' total cost of ownership (TCO). In fact, energy cost represents 40% of the TCO of... more

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


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