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    This year has seen historic flooding across the South. In addition to the devastating rains that recently hit Louisiana, severe floods pummeled Texas earlier this year. In both cases, the states’ National Guards were first responders, rescuing families, delivering meals and supplies to survivors, and providing local agencies with high-water trucks, boats, and helicopters.

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  • Evaluating Total Cost Of Ownership Models When Choosing Advanced Metering And Communications Networks
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    This white paper describes how utilities can apply TCO evaluation, which takes into account on-going operations costs, replacement and lifecycle costs and personnel, as well as initial capital investment, to get a more complete picture of what systems will actually cost over time. These TCO calculations prove that point-to-multipoint fixed-network solutions can provide the best TCO of any competitive system, including manual, drive-by or mesh fixed-network solutions.

  • Liquiline CA80 Ammonium Analyzer Overview
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  • Thermal Flow Meters Improve Digester Gas Monitoring
    Thermal Flow Meters Improve Digester Gas Monitoring

    Thermal mass flow meters are widely used to monitor gases from anaerobic digesters, landfill and agricultural/livestock digesters. The instrument's wide turndown provides an accurate measurement of the fuel gas produced, and a built-in totalizing function facilitates environmental auditing procedures of greenhouse gas emissions for Title 40 CFR Part 98 Subpart JJ.

  • Science Advisory Board Tells EPA To Reexamine Fracking Report
    Science Advisory Board Tells EPA To Reexamine Fracking Report

    The U.S. EPA concluded recently in a study that the practice of fracking causes no widespread harm to drinking water. However, the agency is coming under scrutiny from within because of it.

  • Syracuse The Latest City To Use Data In The Fight Against Water Main Breaks
    Syracuse The Latest City To Use Data In The Fight Against Water Main Breaks

    Facing urgent water infrastructure challenges, Syracuse, NY, is trying to use data as a weapon against water main breaks.

  • How To Comply With Drinking Water Turbidity Requirements Using 360° x 90° Detection Technology
    How To Comply With Drinking Water Turbidity Requirements Using 360° x 90° Detection Technology

    Drinking water systems must meet a myriad of regulatory requirements to ensure the public’s health and safety. Excess turbidity can be a first indication of degrading water quality, so accurate and timely turbidity measurement is critical. Hach has been a leader in providing analytical instruments to the water industry for many years. Water Online spoke with Hach about turbidity measurements and how to ensure test results reflect actual water quality conditions.

  • Water Operators ‘Throwing Everything’ At Odor Problem
    Water Operators ‘Throwing Everything’ At Odor Problem

    Water operators in Wichita Falls, TX, are using a three-pronged chemical treatment to tackle an odor problem that has stirred up complaints from customers.

  • More Private Partners Likely For Municipal Water Infrastructure Projects
    More Private Partners Likely For Municipal Water Infrastructure Projects

    The doors of opportunity are opening for private investors in the municipal water market in the U.S. With the country facing a water infrastructure funding gap of $532 billion over the next 10 years, private-sector investments and public-private partnerships (P3s/PPPs) are expected to play a growing role in ownership, management, and operation of municipal water and wastewater system projects.

  • Seeking Alternatives For Potable Reuse
    Seeking Alternatives For Potable Reuse

    A recent project by the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation in Tucson, AZ, sought to vet more affordable and environmentally-friendly technologies to achieve potable reuse, with promising results.

  • Flint On Its Way To Recovery, But Hurdles Remain
    Flint On Its Way To Recovery, But Hurdles Remain

    Researchers at Virginia Tech, who were among the first to call out the lead crisis in Flint, say the water is improving but remains unsafe to drink without a filter.

  • Small Treatment Plant Makes Big Savings With Bacteria
    Small Treatment Plant Makes Big Savings With Bacteria

    The wastewater treatment plant in Montague, MA, is getting rid of its waste in a way that’s usually reserved for much larger operations.

  • Iowa Is ‘Starving’ For Water Data To Reduce Nutrients
    Iowa Is ‘Starving’ For Water Data To Reduce Nutrients

    Iowa leaders need to reach a deal on water quality, according to U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.

  • Does Chlorine Get A Bad Rap?
    Does Chlorine Get A Bad Rap?

    When it comes to disinfection at treatment plants, chlorine has quite the reputation. To some, it’s known as a reliable and trusted solution. To many others, especially among the public at large, it’s looked at with skepticism and concern – but that may be simply a matter of not knowing the facts. Either way, it’s one of the ubiquitous aspects of water and wastewater disinfection… and for good reason.

  • Beyond A Buzzword: Exploring New Models Of Public-Private Partnerships
    Beyond A Buzzword: Exploring New Models Of Public-Private Partnerships

    It’s one of the most frequently used “buzzwords” when it comes to one water: P3. But public-private partnerships that unite public infrastructure projects with private capital are not a new concept. And it is more than just a buzzword. From water system upgrades to green infrastructure installations, there have been increasing examples of how partnerships between public agencies and private companies have come together to advance water and wastewater management across the U.S.

  • A Rural Alaskan Native Village’s Journey For Safe Drinking Water
    A Rural Alaskan Native Village’s Journey For Safe Drinking Water

    I recently returned from a work trip to Alaska, where I met with colleagues from EPA’s Alaska Operations Office and Alaska’s Department of Conservation to discuss a variety of water-related issues and tour a few facilities, communities, and projects.

  • Indiana Ratepayers Tired Of Year-Long Brown Water Problem
    Indiana Ratepayers Tired Of Year-Long Brown Water Problem

    Those who call Sellersburg, IN, home are tired of finding their only source of drinking water brown and floating with particles.

  • Audit Reveals Dangerous Sewage Practices By United Nations
    Audit Reveals Dangerous Sewage Practices By United Nations

    An internal report conducted by the United Nations indicates that the organization may be worsening the public health crisis in Haiti through unhealthy sewage practices.

  • Chlorine Emergency At Plant Sparks ‘Shelter In Place’ Order
    Chlorine Emergency At Plant Sparks ‘Shelter In Place’ Order

    A chlorine emergency at a water treatment plant resulted in a “shelter in place” order for the immediate area last week.

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    What Do Americans Think About Their Drinking Water?

    Survey data on U.S. consumers’ attitudes toward public drinking water confirms tough times now, but hints at better days ahead.

  • Fighting For Florida’s Surface-Water Standards
    Fighting For Florida’s Surface-Water Standards

    Late last month, a panel of regulators appointed by Governor Rick Scott narrowly approved the first changes to Florida’s surface-water quality standards since 1992. Marked with adamant support on one side and passionate protest on the other, the sweeping amendment has left questions about how clean Florida’s water will be.

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    Philadelphia Testing Water At 40 Schools For Lead Contamination

    The School District of Philadelphia is reevaluating drinking water outlets for lead concentration levels in 40 schools throughout the city.

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