Sanitation

arrow_drop_down
May 5 2021
An event for municipalities, plumbers, portable sanitation professionals, septic contractors, sewer contractors and wastewater professionals, The…
Mar 11 2021
Municipal and industrial wastewater management, storage and treatment presents owners and project designers with many challenges. From the laterals…
Feb 24 2021
An effort led by researchers at The Ohio State University will help the Navajo Nation mitigate the lack of water and food security, according to Ohio…
denise venuti
Denise Venuti
Feb 23 2021
It’s no secret that there are many challenges impacting the U.S. and one often forgotten piece of the puzzle is the access to clean, safe, affordable…
Nov 2 2020
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $891 million to modernize rural drinking water and wastewater infrastructure in 43 states. “…
Greasezilla - HRSD Facility
The Hampton Roads Sanitation District is seeking a way to separate fats, oils and grease during the treatment process for resource recovery and waste-to-energy purposes.
Sep 22 2020
Fats, oils and grease (FOG) are a dirty and difficult challenge for the wastewater industry. Annually, FOG costs municipalities millions of dollars…
Aug 20 2020
All food and beverage industry facilities have rigorous cleaning requirements. In addition to food safety, these plants have massive water demands.…
Roxborough Water Sanitation District
Roxborough Water Sanitation District.
Sponsored
Aug 12 2020
The Client Roxborough Water & Sanitation District (RWSD) serves a fast-growing area located SW of Denver, Colorado, servicing 4,000 customers and…
Jul 22 2020
Engineered for gravity flow applications in depths exceeding 30 feet, A-2000™ withstands corrosive attack and should be specified whenever you…
Jul 22 2020
Located 30 miles south of Rocky Mountain National Park, Granby RV Park is a place for RV owners and other nature enthusiasts to convene and enjoy the…
Loïc Charpentier
Loïc Charpentier
Jun 11 2020
COVID-19 is a wake-up call that reminds us that we are not well prepared for cross-boundary and cross-sectoral crises. Water knows no borders, and it…
Bob Crossen, senior managing editor
Bob Crossen, Senior Managing Editor
Apr 17 2020
As we go to press with this issue, there is one thing on everybody’s mind: Coronavirus. The World Health Organization declared this virus — COVID-19…
Apr 14 2020
  Birmingham craft brewer Griffin Claw Brewing Co. has repurposed distillery operations to make hand sanitizer. The brewer has bottled 2,000 2-ounce…
Apr 13 2020
Coronavirus, known as COVID-19, swept across the globe in early 2020, resulting in events cancellations, business closures, and project delays, among…
Apr 8 2020
Molson Coors is donating safe drinking water to truck drivers in the U.S. and Canada, according to a blog post by the community. The company has…
Mar 19 2020
In this special episode of Talking Under Water, host Bob Crossen speaks with WEF Executive Director Walt Marlowe about the effects Coronavirus — also…
Feb 13 2020
After days of rain, parts of Alabama are affected by millions of gallons of water that overflowed from sanitary sewer systems. Reports submitted to…
Feb 11 2020
A Bay Area environmental group sued California’s Sunnyvale and Mountain View cities for violation of the Clean Water Act. According to the Mercury…
Aug 16 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…
Jul 31 2019
The International Assn. of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) is soliciting public comments on a proposal toward development of the 2020 Water…
Subscribe to Sanitation
expand_less