WWD Weekly eNews - Nov 13th, 2023
Machine learning predicts influent flow rates; $4.75M Baltimore settlement over wastewater pollution
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November 13, 2023
KROHNE displays the TIDALFLUX magmeter, which measures flow in partially filled pipe, at WEFTEC 23 in Chicago.
What is the purpose of a sewer cleaning camera, and how can utilities clean a sewer system? This article dives into approaches for sewer line inspection and sewer cleaning.
Black & Veatch's Chris Ranck explains how machine learning can demystify collection systems to create more efficient designs and more reliable outcomes.

WWTP systems operate continuously and equipment must be completely reliable and sustainable. KAESER supplies fully packaged blower systems for aeration, agitation, membrane scouring, filter backwashing, and bio-gas recovery that are engineered for exceptional long life and continuous energy savings.

Four Operations Challenge teams in the Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association competed for Division 1 status at WEFTEC. This is their story.
Carollo Wastewater R&D Technologist Sam Reifsnyder explains how green hydrogen can decarbonize industry and augment aeration for wastewater plantts.
Blowers for wastewater treatment and aeration are a critical part of the process at treatment plants. This 5 question survey will give us information on your attitudes toward blowers in the market and current challenges you face.
A lawsuit on behalf of the Maryland Department of the Environment will require Baltimore City’s Public Works Department to pay a settlement payment and take corrective actions.
The Advanced Water Purification Proposed Program Roadmap outlines the establishment of a reuse program to convert treated wastewater into a reliable source of purified water.
Researchers built an online learning prediction model to predict wastewater influent flow rates under unusual conditions like those of COVID-19.
Using inexpensive materials in a 3D-printed case, this self-powered biosensor generates electricity proportional to the concentration of organic waste in freshwater.