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    The January/February 2023 issue of Wastewater Digest includes insights and outlooks from major associations on the matters most critical to the industry in the coming year. Also included is the State of the Industry Report, which includes survey results from Wastewater Digest Readers from 2022 on their plans for 2023 along with exclusive interviews on major industry trends and issues.
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    2023 Water Association Forecast

    Feb. 7, 2023
    Transformative change presents opportunities for progress
    Tina Wojnar, WWEMA

    Water Treatment Technology Market — Performance and Outlook

    Feb. 7, 2023
    An overview on the performance of the market and an outlook for 2023.
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    Challenges Are Opportunities

    Feb. 7, 2023
    I have been reflecting often on a quote from the 2022 WWD Industry Icon Dr. Majid Khan in which he said he chooses to see challenges as opportunities. 2022 illuminated numerous...
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    Wastewater State of the Industry Report 2022

    Feb. 6, 2023
    An analysis of audience survey results on the state of the water and wastewater industry
    Not content with energy efficiency, Kishwaukee Water Reclamation District is striving to be energy neutral.
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    Serious ROI on septage

    Feb. 6, 2023
    Screen upgrade maintains growth for new revenue stream

    More content from January/February 2023

    Three vertical loop reactor tanks use surface type disc aerators in addition to coarse bubble diffusers on the tank floor for aeration.
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    Plant Profile: Upper Hocking Water Pollution Control Facility

    Nov. 2, 2022
    Population growth, expected industrial developments and needed improvements to treatment capabilities pave way for plant upgrades.