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I’ve heard plenty of lectures, attended plenty of sessions and received more story pitches than I can count regarding smart water, but most of those have been focused primarily on drinking water applications through metering. But what about wastewater…
Editor’s Note: This article was submitted for publishing Jan. 19, 2020. While efforts were made to keep it as current as possible, some information contained in this piece may have changed by the time of publishing. Welcome to the D.C. Crazy Train, a…
Liquid-only sewers (also known as “effluent sewers”) have proven to be a cost-effective solution for municipalities, new subdivisions, and a variety of other areas in need of sewer. As opposed to the big pipes and deep excavations typically required by…
The number of disasters worldwide has more than quadrupled from 1970 to around 400 per year, according to the United Nations. The influx of extreme weather events combined with increased urban development in  recent years has put significant pressure on…
Hilton Head Island is well known as a residential and recreational paradise. Only 70 square miles in size, it is home to several high-end developments, resorts, restaurants, shopping areas and more than 30 golf courses that attract clientele from all…
Lessons can be learned from how a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in Maryland saved millions in expenses while increasing treatment capacity and complying with strict effluent limits to protect aquatic life in the Chesapeake Bay. The project included…
The Trail Times recently reported, “the village of Montrose has been successful in its application for funding under the Infrastructure Canada Grant Program for upgrades to the village’s wastewater treatment facility, a project that will modernize the 56…
The advanced wastewater fine screening technology from CST Wastewater Solutions features headworks designed for easy installation, high screening efficiency and low-maintenance over diverse municipal wastewater treatment applications encountered…
At the A.B. Jewell Water Treatment Plant in Tulsa, Oklahoma, raw water from Lake Oologah flows into the system for processing. John Curry is currently the facilities maintenance manager of the plant.  The Plant at a Glance The plant has a capacity of 120…
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