iWWD May/June 2017

When I last ordered a product online (in this case, a GPS unit for my bike), I hesitated at the shipping screen. I weighed the pros and cons of paying more money to get my item faster versus saving that cash and patiently waiting for it to arrive....
Hydroelectric penstocks utilize water and elevation to generate electricity. It is a clean, cost-effective and reliable source of energy. Penstocks have been in operation in the U.S. for years, but many installed in the last century are reaching the end...
The pulp and paper industry is one of the largest industrial consumers of water resources within the U.S. and global economies. In the U.S., pulp and paper industry operations require, on average, 14,000 to 16,000 gal of water per metric ton of finished...
With rapidly evolving regulations around the world and the worsening global water shortage, industrial facilities in every corner of the world are facing new challenges to effectively and sustainably manage their water and wastewater needs. As such, mine...
Ash ponds have been as much a part of the landscape at coal-fired power plants as stockpiles of coal and the conveyors that carry the fuel source to furnaces. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulations that went into effect late last year, however...
Distributed solutions for process water treatment, renewable energy generation and water reuse increase critical supply chain security for industrial businesses that often face high energy and process water discharge costs, as well as capped supply for...

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