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The interior’s expenses reached nearly $10 million.
The interior’s expenses reached nearly $10 million.
Jul 9 2019
Location: Basel, Switzerland Size: 10,000 cu meters Infrastructure: pumps, ultrafiltration, membranes, oxidation reactors, ozone generators    In…
Jul 9 2019
Although named for the idyllic garden of the Old Testament, the city of Eden, N.C., has battled infrastructure challenges that have been anything but…
Jul 8 2019
Rehabilitation of corrugated metal pipe (CMP) storm water culverts is a common task in any sewer network, but several factors in a recent Waukon,…
Jul 8 2019
Fort Worth, Texas, is the 15th largest city in the U.S. and provides water and sewer services to more than 1.2 million North Texas residents. Its…
Jul 5 2019
Today’s manufacturers should be aware of the problems and penalties associated with discharging industrial wastewaters into sewage treatment systems…
Jul 4 2019
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a $45 billion state construction bill Friday, June 28.  The state’s capital plan entitled Rebuild Illinois will…
Jul 3 2019
A battle over property rights and easements for a sewer line and access road may jeopardize the opening of a new school in Gallatin, Tenn.  County…
Jun 27 2019
The Cuyahoga River caught fire 50 years ago this week. The 1969 fire became a symbol of the U.S. environmental movement and led to the formation of…
Jun 26 2019
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) have found that wastewater treatment plants may accidentally be spreading hazardous chemicals.…
Jun 18 2019
In India, Mumbai State Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam announced construction of sewer lines on both sides of the Mithi river June 15.  According…
Jun 11 2019
Airvac, a brand of Aqseptence Group, has provided cost-effective solutions for existing communities and new land developments for nearly half a…
Jun 3 2019
The Channel Monster Flex (CMF) is the newest addition to JWC Environmental’s wastewater sewage grinder family of products. CMF is a high flow grinder…
May 29 2019
The city council in Billings, Mont., voted to increase water and sewer rates for businesses and property owners effective July 1. A $75 million…
May 24 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…
May 14 2019
  The Water Expo 2019 will present equipment, technologies, products and more for the wastewater, sewer infrastructure, environmental services,…
May 13 2019
The next phase of construction of a U.S. EPA-mandated resident septic tank to sanitary sewer conversion in Parma, Ohio, is set to begin this summer.…
May 9 2019
Filtered groundwater may be sent through the North Kent Sewer Authority system as part of the Wolverine World Wide’s plan to clean up toxic PFAS…
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Sara Myers, associate editor of iWWD.
May 3 2019
Industrial applications can be a multitude of things. From the time I’ve started writing for Industrial Water & Wastes Digest till now, what I…
May 2 2019
It is being increasingly recognized that wastewater, rather than just being a waste product, can be a valuable resource. Not only does recovering and…
Cracking of the brick crown of a 72-in.-diameter brick sewer in Washington, D.C., prompted DC water to evaluate repair solutions to address the issue.
Cracking of the brick crown of a 72-in.-diameter brick sewer in Washington, D.C., prompted DC water to evaluate repair solutions to address the issue.
May 2 2019
The Washington, D.C., sewer system is managed by DC Water. Its system includes many large diameter brick structures that took decades to complete. As…
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