Energy Efficiency

Water and wastewater agencies constantly balance the need to meet growing population demand and increasingly stringent water quality regulations with facility expansions, while also consciously monitoring energy consumption and operational costs. Energy efficiency is more important than ever before. Read on for examples of excellence in energy efficiency.

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Nov 7 2011
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense program announced that irrigation controllers will soon be the first outdoor product…
Oct 12 2011
Located across the Columbia River from Portland, Ore., the city of Vancouver, Wash., has distinguished itself as a leader in effective sanitary sewer…
Oct 12 2011
The leading challenge faced today in water and wastewater treatment is the ability to save and create efficient energy consumption, which is an…
Aug 23 2011
As part of the upcoming World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden, seven water and wastewater industry experts will take part in a groundbreaking seminar…
Sep 28 2010
The Type 514 diaphragm valve series offers valuable energy savings through decreased power consumption due to reduced loads on electrical pumps. The…
Sep 22 2010
Gain process control, flexibility and capital equipment savings with the Argos sequencing batch reactor (SBR). Utilizing a uniquely engineered…
Jul 26 2010
SolarBee mixers are designed to solve wastewater quality problems including odor control, EPA discharge permit violations and high energy costs.…
Apr 14 2005
WorldWater & Power Corporationand its Joint Venture partner Conti Corp. have been awarded the contract from the Atlantic County (NJ) Utilities…
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