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Oct 18 2017
An application of algae that consumes bacteria and other pathogens without the need for sunlight to cut operating costs in sludge digestion.
Oct 18 2017
Wide-range capability on one-piece, large diameter products with only four top-facing bolts with 4 degrees of dynamic deflection.
Lake Erie may be voted impaired
Oct 18 2017
The Toledo City Council approved a resolution to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to declare Lake Erie—a major drinking water source—...
hurricane harvey
Oct 18 2017
A week before Labor Day,  the people of Houston were not thinking about cookouts, beach parties or a day of relaxation. Hurricane Harvey, a...
Modesto pays fine for wastewater spill
Oct 17 2017
The city of Modesto, Calif., agreed to pay a $165,000 fine for releasing wastewater into the San Joaquin River. In March 2017, the city released...
House Democrat calls for investigation into Puerto Rico drinking water
Oct 16 2017
According to CNN, Rep. Bennie Thompson, a democrat on the House Homeland Security Committee, has asked the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to...
WWEMA and W&WD team up to offer $1,000 scholarship to students.
Oct 16 2017
The deadline to submit applications for the Water & Wastes Digest/Wastewater Equipment Manufacturer’s Assn. closes Friday, Oct. 20. Each year, W...
Oct 15 2017
Wastewater treatment engineers who cannot find room for the recommended straight pipe run needed by electromagnetic flowmeters in sewage lift...
EPA updates on San Jacinto superfund site
Oct 12 2017
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) provided an update on the San Jacinto waste pits Superfund site. Once EPA signs the Record of Decision...
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