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May 1 2019
Apr 30 2019
When Carol Gibson, president of the Holly Ridge homeowners association in Candler, N.C., contacted the Water Well Trust (WWT) in January 2018, the…
Newport MUD selects LAN as district engineer
Newport MUD selects LAN as district engineer.
Apr 12 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
Apr 8 2019
The 7000 Series grinder pumps offers over 35 models, including bi-directional, high head, and high flow performance designs. All having an axially-…
At the completed facility, Malibu’s treated wastewater will be available to irrigate and green some of the city’s most popular public spaces.
At the completed facility, Malibu’s treated wastewater will be available to irrigate and green some of the city’s most popular public spaces.
Apr 3 2019
Location: Malibu, California Size: 502,000 gpd.  Infrastructure: Submersible pumps, collection systems, coarse screen and grit vortex, fine screens…
The Central Coast Blue Advanced Water Purification demonstration tests PFRO for wastewater reuse.
The Central Coast Blue Advanced Water Purification demonstration tests PFRO for wastewater reuse.
Apr 2 2019
The future of water is quite daunting. Based on current consumption rates, in just six years, two-thirds of the world’s population may face water…
Apr 2 2019
Surrounded by pristine mountains and crystal-clear waterways, the coastal seaport city of Vancouver, British Columbia, is a densely populated…
Apr 2 2019
Engineers have used deep tunnel storage facilities and associated dewatering pump stations for addressing combined sewer (CSO) and sanitary sewer…
From L to R: Salvation Army Kenosha Board Chairman Tim Leach; Salvation Army Kenosha Auxiliary Captain Marie Lewis; Receiving the award on behalf of the Centrisys/CNP employees Jan Mosele & Carlos Contreras; President of Celebrate Our Town Cindy Nicoletti; Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth; Mayor of Kenosha John Antaramian.
From L to R: Salvation Army Kenosha Board Chairman Tim Leach; Salvation Army Kenosha Auxiliary Captain Marie Lewis; Receiving the award on behalf of the Centrisys/CNP employees Jan Mosele & Carlos Contreras; President of Celebrate Our Town Cindy Nicoletti; Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth; Mayor of Kenosha John Antaramian.
Mar 29 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
Mar 27 2019
The Companies The manufacturing environment can be hard on equipment, and pumps are no exception. This was the scenario at a custom metal…
An Indiana town may see water and sewer rate increases in May 2019
An Indiana town may see water and sewer rate increases in May 2019.
Mar 18 2019
In Crothersville, Ind., when residents receive their May bills, they may see increases in their water and sewer base rates. According to Seymour…
Mar 8 2019
New Fusion Dampeners from Griffco Valve combine the technologies of the company’s back pressure valves and pulsation dampeners into one product in…
 Pit water in Butte, Mont., could be pumped into SIlver Bow Creek at the end of this month
Pit water in Butte, Mont., could be pumped into SIlver Bow Creek at the end of this month.
Mar 7 2019
In Butte, Mont., the toxic water steadily rising in Butte’s Berkeley Pit will be pumped out and cleaned. “For the first time in 30 years, the pit won…
Mar 6 2019
Mount Pleasant is a charming, historic town just across the Cooper River from Charleston, S.C. The Charleston harbor, rivers and creeks infuse a…
Mar 6 2019
Hurricanes are scary occurrences, but not surprising ones in the Carolinas. Statistically, it is expected that one hurricane will hit the Carolina…
Mar 6 2019
Thanks to better chips, sensors and networking, we are inundated with data on a daily basis. While the accumulation of data shows no sign of slowing…
At 85 miles long, the Delaware Aqueduct is the longest tunnel in the world. It is responsible for supplying approximately 500 to 600 million gal of clean drinking water to New York City every day.
At 85 miles long, the Delaware Aqueduct is the longest tunnel in the world. It is responsible for supplying approximately 500 to 600 million gal of clean drinking water to New York City every day.
Mar 5 2019
In September 2013, Pump Service and Supply of Troy in Troy, N.Y., presented a proposal to design and supply a dewatering system to Schiavone…
Mar 1 2019
Key components of the SMART system include a logic controller with a touch-screen operator interface placed in the station and multiple remote-…
Mar 1 2019
Blue-White Industries manufactures and sells flow meters and chemical metering pumps from it's headquarters in Huntington Beach, Calif. The business…
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