Apr 25, 2022

April 2022

Over the past 30 years, water specialists in the Nordics have adopted a forward-looking approach to digital asset management and data-driven decision-making. These countries’ proactive integration has led to the establishment of best practices utility…
As of writing this, Congress passed a $1.5 trillion consolidated appropriations package to fund the government through September 2022. These appropriations include and fully fund the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) during that period of time and came…
So you survived the wonderfully boring March article and all of the details about what divides the generations. Boomers read it and rolled their eyes at the lazy, flannel and combat boots wearing Gen X guy writing it, but that’s OK because we Gen X folk…
The American Jobs plan that earmarks $55 billion for water industry infrastructure requires that purchases of equipment and technologies be made in America. There is no better time than now to do more than rebuilding American industries. Widespread…
Following some high-profile water sector cybersecurity incidents, pandemic upheaval, and given recent geopolitical tensions, it is no secret that our national infrastructure’s cybersecurity measures require an overhaul. From an outsider’s perspective,…
Whatever the weather – from heavy spring rains to winter snow accumulations – pumping systems must continue to operate to deliver water and remove wastewater and storm water runoff. Electrical lines can go down and communication systems might be…
Reminiscent of linking the first transcontinental railroad lines in 1869, two underground runs of HDPE pipe by two different contractors were joined to complete a 7.5-mile redundant force main sewer in Fort Lauderdale. Each string of high-density…
Every day, more than 1 million people in Boston rely on drinking water and sewer services provided by the Boston Water and Sewer Commission. Created in 1977 by an act of the Massachusetts legislature to take over the city-operated sewer system and state-…
Location: Orange County, California Size: 447,000 population served; 120,000 drinking water connections Equipment: screens, grit chambers, activated sludge, membrane bioreactor, centrifuge dewatering, acid digesters, methane digesters   Irvine…
Each month, Water & Wastes Digest features five new products in the New Product Showcase department of its monthly print magazine. Below are the five featured products for April 2022. Submit your products for consideration to wwdeditor+nps@sgcmail.…
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