Projects rarely are easy. However, throw in a remote site, steep siphon, a limited number of access points, harsh winter conditions and environmental concerns and you have a daunting project.
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Waterproofing the Montsouris Reservoir: Using Hydraulic Binders and Nonwoven Geotextiles to End Leaks
Leakage problems have plagued the reservoir since it entered service.
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Performance studies show that crushed recycled glass can provide capital and annual cost savings over traditional sand filter media.
Disinfection systems treat one city's groundwater supply, allowing the city's aquifers to meet EPA and local water quality regulations.
Water Matters! was the slogan of a rally dedicated to communicating the importance of safe and clean drinking water and securing support for promoting water issues with government leaders.
Demand for a cheaper way to transform saltwater into fresh has spurred the development of a new technology by AquaSonics International, Inc., the Rapid Spray Distillation (RSD) process, that desalinates water at a fraction of the cost of current methods.
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When compared with traditional sand filter media, crushed recycled glass can provide significant capital and annual cost savings.
When one of four circulating water pumps at the Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO) Chalk Point Generating Station began to leak, engineers began to worry.
The Nevada desert: grit, dust, blazing hot sun by day and ground frosts by night. Just the place to stake out a water meter in an open pit and see how long it can last. That is what happened to a new SmartMeter -- with some revealing results.
Two plants separated by Oregon's Yaquina Bay needed to be connected with two separate pipelines: one line to bring raw sewage to the new plant and one line to carry the finished refuse back to the old plant.