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    Wastewater Digest

    Is retention the problem?

    May 10, 2023
    In mid-April, we hosted the Municipal Wastewater Summit, an invitation-only event that connects utility directors with solutions providers. Solutions providers presented information...
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    Salinity Solutions' technology in-situ at its Coventry base.
    Water Reuse & Recycling

    The Race to Recycle and Reuse Wastewater

    May 10, 2023
    Juggling water supply challenges, energy consumption goals and sanitation concerns for the future of water reuse.
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    Utility Management

    2023 WWD Young Pros

    May 10, 2023
    The 2023 WWD Young Pros have answered the call of increased responsibility when asked, their career successes show promise for the next generation of water professionals.
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    Compliance & Regulations

    Analyzing PFAS in wastewater discharge requires a new method

    May 10, 2023
    Draft Method 1633 shows immense promise an a protocol for analyzing PFAS in wastewater.
    The local topography made draining/flushing of the force main easier and eliminated the need for an air release valve and back pressure sustaining valve.
    Collection Systems

    Trenchless force main work minimizes public disruptions

    May 10, 2023
    Using microtunneling to install force mains and improve its sewage collection system, the Regional Municipality of York was able to maintain service and minimize construction ...

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    Wastewater Treatment

    Plant Profile: McHenry’s South Wastewater Treatment Plant

    May 10, 2023
    After $30 million spent towards consolidation and revitalization, this Illinois plant benefits from improved operational capacity.