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Water & Wastes Digest brings you the latest and greatest news and information about wastewater treatment, including aeration, filtration, grit and grease removal, nutrient removal, mixing and more. W&WD’s coverage of wastewater issues is trusted by its readership, which consists of consulting engineers, corporate managers/government administrators and operators, as well as industrial system authorities.
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Jan 2 2014
The market offers a wide variety of quality and cost-effective solutions for rehabilitating sewer networks. The exhibitors at IFAT 2014 will be…
Nov 22 2013
This fall, the village of Wilmette, Ill., began a multi-phase sewer system project as part of its 2013-2015 Capital Improvement Plan. Wilmette…
Aug 19 2013
The desire of man to stay healthy, happy and live in a clean environment is as old as Man himself. He may not have known how to achieve it through…
Feb 8 2013
Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG) has won the 2012 Katerva Materials & Resources Award for its patented wastewater disinfection technology…
Feb 4 2013
A division of the Washington County (Va.) Service Authority (WCSA) achieved the highest possible ranking in operations excellence for water utilities…
Feb 1 2013
In September 2012, RJN Group Inc. (RJN) began a study of the Spring Creek Drainage Area in the city of Richardson, Texas. The study includes the…
Dec 19 2012
The northern California town of Graton has signed a contract with Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG) for the purchase and installation of PTG’s…
Dec 4 2012
Craig Lee, 20-year veteran of the water and wastewater industry joined Cloud 9 Services Inc. of Orlando, Fla., on Nov. 27, 2012. His extensive…
Nov 19 2012
American Water Works Co. Inc. announced its patented NPXpress Wastewater Technology earned the Technology Project of the Year award. One of four…
Nov 14 2012
Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG) has been selected as a finalist for Technology Project of the Year. One of four awards presented by industry…
Nov 7 2012
The town of Guilderland and its water treatment plant are located in east-central New York, approximately 7 miles northwest of the state capital of…
Nov 7 2012
With ever-changing regulations and increasing pressure to stay cost-effective these days, facilities are tasked with finding new ways to meet…
Nov 6 2012
Preserving the water quality of the beaches in Orange County, Calif., is of great concern to the citizens of Southern California, and the mission of…
Oct 22 2012
The City of Love, with its magnificent boulevards, has a dark and dirty side hidden under its pavement—just like any other major city. More than 10…
Oct 4 2012
Veolia Water North America announced study findings that showed the successful removal of pharmaceuticals and phosphorus from wastewater using its…
Sep 27 2012
The Chambers Creek Regional Wastewater Facility in Pierce County, Wash. represents an emerging trend in the renewable energy market: transforming…
Sep 12 2012
Layne Christensen Co. announced that Islamorada, Village of Islands, Fla., has approved a design-build-operate contract with Reynolds Water…
Sep 12 2012
Treating sewage takes a lot of energy, but in the face of rising energy costs, creating electricity from wastewater is a near-ideal renewable energy…
Sep 10 2012
Koch Membrane Systems’ division of Koch Chemical Technology Group Ltd. (KMS), announces that Jack Noble has joined the company in the role of…
Sep 7 2012
Improvements in global economic conditions, especially in emerging economies, and increasing environmental concerns due to water pollution from the…
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