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    Looking down the track

    Jan. 24, 2024
    Welcome to the January/Feburary 2024 issue of Wastewater Digest.
    Utility Management

    2024 Wastewater Association Forecast

    Jan. 24, 2024
    Water industry associations are optimistic in the face of a turbulent future.
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    Utility Management

    2023 State of the Wastewater Industry

    Jan. 24, 2024
    Regulatory pressures and unclear market conditions leave professionals uncertain about construction, but hopeful for a better year.
    Photo by Kieffer Photography.
    Utility Management

    Operations Challenge: where we’ve been and where we’re going

    Jan. 24, 2024
    The Operations Challenge in 2023 was impressive, and 2024’s events will continue to empower wastewater professionals.
    Sludge & Biosolids

    What is the future of PFAS, wastewater & biosolids?

    Dec. 18, 2023
    U.S. EPA Assistant Administrator for Water Radhika Fox discusses the agency’s PFAS Progress Report and its next steps in researching, restricting and remediating PFAS in wastewater...

    More content from January/February 2024

    Images courtesy Erik Larsen.
    Utility Management

    Using data to fine tune Arlington’s wastewater treatment

    Dec. 6, 2023
    The Trinity River Authority finds that using a water information management system revolutionized traditional plant operations and data collection.
    Photography, Diane Carol Burdick courtesy KCAD/Wege Prize.
    Wastewater Treatment

    The future of wastewater treatment with microbial electrochemistry

    Sept. 15, 2023
    Wege Prize finalists look to microbial electrosynthesis to convert high-strength wastewater’s carbon dioxide into valuable organic chemical feedstocks.