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Dec 28 2000
Increased focus on technologies that meet tighter regulatory requirements and increased public pressure has motivated municipalities to take a…
Dec 28 2000
Activated carbon is like a radio: everyone knows it works, but few people know exactly how. This article is a brief summary of the sources of carbons…
Dec 28 2000
Since 1984, representatives of NSF International have conducted more than 2,800 facility audits, or bottled water plant inspections, of bottlers…
Dec 28 2000
Containment and processing of odors, as well as emissions of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and HAPs (hazardous air pollutants), whether…
Dec 28 2000
You are familiar with the water quality problems in your area, but finding a line of equipment that you can have faith in, that is reliable and…
Dec 28 2000
The application of membrane technology in the field of water and wastewater treatment is becoming increasingly popular and more cost effective as…
Dec 28 2000
In what was at one time considered to be one of the most polluted regions in the World, something miraculous has occurred; a viable ecology has been…
Dec 28 2000
Municipalities face an increasing need for repair and rehabilitation of existing wastewater and stormwater systems. This need has arisen as a result…
Dec 28 2000
It pays to be progressive. Just ask the city officials of Mankato, Minnesota. This forward-thinking southern Minnesota city of 32,000 was the first…
Dec 28 2000
The measurement of flows in open channels has been an interesting challenge for many decades. Today, increased regulatory pressures and system…
Dec 28 2000
First,a transducer is defined as a device that converts one form of energy to another. Usually that means mechanical, light, heat into electricity,…
Dec 28 2000
Being knowledgable about various technologies as well as honest and thorough when assessing and/or installing systems will benefit you in the long…
Dec 28 2000
Cost-effectiveness and efficiency are important factors in selecting a treatment process that will comply with both current and anticipated water…
Dec 28 2000
Louisville Water has increased its minimum coagulant dosage by using liquid borne-particle counters to measure water quality at particle levels,…
Dec 28 2000
A Pennsylvania plant upgraded without major construction, outside consultants or huge outlays of money. The wastewater plant in Slippery Rock,…
Dec 28 2000
In many areas of the United States, artificial recharge techniques are emerging as effective solutions for maintaining or enhancing the water-bearing…
Dec 28 2000
With greater demands being placed on domestic water supplies for expanding populations, increased attention is being given to the use of reclaimed…
Dec 28 2000
The end result of a prioritization system was a process designed to minimize subjective factors and rely on rational, equitable and consistent…
Dec 28 2000
Wastewater is being reclaimed for non-potable uses. The use of this water is alleviating water shormance of the valve. In addition, buried manually-…
Dec 28 2000
Recent plant automation has turned the Mattabassett District Facility into a revenue generator.It is common for smaller municipalities to band…
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