The City of Grand Rapids WWTP reduced their aeration costs by 15 percent and received a $58,728 rebate check from the local energy utility after installing a Real-Time Control System for Nitrification. Download the application article to learn how they did it.
Pump Station Rehabilitation At The Jersey Shore By John E. Davis, Marketing Specialist, and Tony J. Oswald, Eastern Regional Manager, Sauereisen
For most municipalities in the U.S., wastewater collection system rehabilitation has received the least amount of attention and capital of all public works projects, especially compared to the other infrastructure dollars that are spent on bridges, roads, and other utilities.
The Case For Inspecting Fire Hydrants By Mueller Co.
Fire hydrants exist to protect life and property from the perils of fire. So, why is it that the proper repair and maintenance of something this important to every one of us can be so easily overlooked?
Three Channel's A Charm: MD WWTP Chooses UV By WEDECO -- A Xylem Brand
The Seneca Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) receives wastewater from the greater Washington, D.C. area. Heightened security and concerns over the hazards of using chlorine gas had the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC) reconsidering their wastewater disinfection process equipment.
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The Ultrameter II series from Myron L delivers performance of ±1 percent of reading. This high level of accuracy has been achieved through advanced, four-electrode conductivity cell technology, a unique pH/ORP sensor, and powerful, microprocessor-based circuitry.
xpswmm is a complete software package for modeling stormwater and wastewater flows and pollutants. It is used by scientists, engineers, and resource and asset managers to simulate natural rainfall-runoff processes and the performance of engineered systems that manage our water resources.
Emerson Process Management’s SCADA servers effectively monitor and control the activity of water/wastewater systems from a single location for immediate detection of problems through diagnostic displays.
The Sludge Monster is a compact grinder, tough on solids in sludge applications. It fits into areas with limited space requirements, while still providing the necessary power for downstream protection.
Zenith series ozone systems from Pinnacle Ozone have been designed for municipal, commercial, industrial, and food and beverage users requiring ozone to be delivered in a specific output rate with no deviation or shut down.
In recent years the “out-of-sight, out-of-mind” attitude toward water has been rapidly giving way to a more circular approach whereby the resource values intrinsic in wastewater are recovered and returned to the local community from whence it came.