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Thousand Island residents granted new water treatment systems after demands
Dec 8 2017
The Thousand Islands are moving forward with a plan to install eight new water treatment systems across eight of their islands. The new systems will...
Dec 7 2017
Two shafted grinders are suitable for private facility sewage. See pump protection options for hospitals, apartments, prisons, resorts and more. Rags...
Flygt model CP3351.995 FM 800-hp, 4160-VDC, 10,417 gpm at 192 tdh
Dec 7 2017
Designed to reduce environmental impacts resulting from combined sewer overflows (CSOs) in Columbus, Ohio, the Olentangy-Scioto-Interceptor-Sewer...
Water & Wastes Digest tracks 2017 water and wastewater industry trends
Dec 7 2017
Much of 2017 has been a year of uncertainty for business in the water and wastewater industry. Despite the mass media attention paid to the...
Bob Ferguson says farewell to his readers in Water & Wastes Digest
Dec 7 2017
It is with mixed feelings that I announce that this will be my final column in Water & Wastes Digest (W&WD). The first of these columns was...
Major pork producer served court order to clean water pollution
Dec 7 2017
A federal judge has presented a major pork producer, Murphy-Brown, LLC, with a court order to adhere to an 11-year-old agreement the company had...
New wastewater plant solar panels will cut energy costs over time
Dec 7 2017
The wastewater treatment facility located in Pinckneyville, Ill. will hold an opening unveiling ceremony for its new solar array installation on Dec...
Dec 7 2017
Legislators based in Suffolk County, N.Y. passed a new bill Tuesday, changing the procedures regarding the way the county manages wastewater from the...
Atwater, Minn., uses water mixer to eliminate ice in 100,000-gal tank
Dec 6 2017
January 2014 brought a major weather event to the northern United States and Canada, and many challenges to water utilities in the region. An...
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It is hard to believe I’m already preparing and thinking about what Industrial Water & Wastes Digest will be covering in 2018. And in preparation...
Happy ACE17 week! I know many of you have descended upon Philadelphia June 11 to 14 for the American Water Works Assn.'s Conference and Exposition,...
Here at W&WD, we realize you don't always have time to stop and smell the roses, let alone make time for any more legwork than already required...

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