Treatment Plant Will Recycle Its Own Sewage
A West Coast wastewater utility is expanding treatment capacity from 28 mgd to 45 mgd. When the project's completed, it will be one of the few nationwide using deammonification to remove nutrients.
Do Not Flush! Utilities Beg People to Stop Using Toilets as Trash Cans
To hold down maintenance costs, wastewater managers across the country implore customers to flush only the "Big Three:" pee, poop, and toilet paper. The scourge of so-called flushables.
Getting to Drug-Free Sewage
With residents of Great Neck, New York relying solely on ground water, GNWPCD...
Vacuum excavator from Vactor Manufacturing
Vactor Manufacturing, introduced the Vactor HXX ParaDIGm vacuum excavator for...
City's Plan to Stop Illegal Sewer Discharges Backfires
We're not picking on Baltimore. Many cities with old infrastructure eventually...
Pump controller optimizes wastewater pumping efficiency
Xylem Inc. has launched a compact plug-and-play pump controller with advanced...
Flow meter measures blended waste and natural gases
Municipal wastewater treatment engineers will want to learn more about the...
Franklin Electric IGP grinders
Franklin Electric Co., Inc. now offers enhanced IGP Series Grinder Pumps that can...
A better way to dredge
Harnessing nature’s sustainable practices to replace mechanical dredging.