Apr 13, 2021

April 2021

The news cycle for the water industry for March was brimming with talking points, and major events that will shape the industry for quite some time.  First, the American Society of Civil Engineers released the 2021 Infrastructure Report Card. The overall…
The American Society of Civil Engineers 2021 Infrastructure Report Card graded U.S. infrastructure a C-, accounting for 17 categories. Drinking water infrastructure received a C-, which is an increase from the 2017 Infrastructure Report Card when the…
When a city with almost half a million residents needed to undergo a large-scale infrastructure and sewer rehabilitation project, it knew it would need some major sewer bypass solutions – solutions that were far from “off the shelf.” Specifically, the…
As the saying goes, “Everything is bigger in Texas.” In 2017, the state was host to the wettest cyclone in the continental United States, Hurricane Harvey. Water and wastewater utilities showed tremendous resilience in the face of that cyclone.  And on…
For utilities, serving customers goes beyond supplying the service they have contracted. It means providing those customers simple and frictionless interactions with the utility.  Customers expect intuitive interfaces to place orders for products,…
As part of the Chesapeake Bay Restoration Act’s Enhanced Nutrient Removal (ENR) initiative, the Marlay-Taylor Water Reclamation facility, a regional wastewater treatment plant for the Lexington Park, Hollywood and Piney Point areas of St. Mary’s County…
Location: Bristol Township, Pennsylvania Size: 11 mgd rated capacity; 13 mgd peak waiver Equipment: rapid mixing, coagulation, floculation, chlorination, sediment, filtration, tank storage, disinfection Originally built with steam-driven turbine…
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