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First-Of-Its-Kind UV Installation For Reuse By WEDECO -- A Xylem Brand
Until the early 1970s, groundwater was the sole source of water for the residents of Clovis, a city with a population of around 97,000 in Fresno County, CA. As growth occurred in new developing areas, many wells began drying up as groundwater levels dropped. The city turned to Fresno Irrigation District for access to surface water.
Central Colorado Automates Water Well Flow Data With Remote Telemetry System By McCrometer, Inc.
In a continuous effort to develop, conserve, and maximize the efficiency of water distribution in the state of Colorado, the Central Colorado Water Conservation District (CCWCD) recently requested the support of California-based irrigation flow meter supplier McCrometer to help automate the collection of water well flow data.
First Wastewater Recovery Plant Installed In Middle East By Aquatech International Corporation
Water shortage is usually the problem faced in Gulf countries. Equate Petrochemical Company is Kuwait's first international joint venture company in the petrochemical sector. They decided to become the pioneers to explore the possibility of recycling treated wastewater for the internal use in process requirements.
Solving Scarcity With MBR, Water Reuse By Ovivo
The Red Hawk Casino, located approximately 40 miles east of Sacramento, CA, has a limited supply of potable water. Water supplied by the El Dorado Irrigation District alone would not meet the total demand of the casino. Therefore, the casino decided to reduce its potable water demand by building a water reuse facility. However, there was only one acre available for the new wastewater reclamation facility.
How important is valve selection? Has maintenance been considered? Should old specifications be used? AMERICAN is experienced in both butterfly and gate valves and answers your questions in this video.
MicroDynamics microwave-powered, open-channel ultraviolet (UV) disinfection wastewater systems from Severn Trent Services meet dose, log reduction, and water quality requirements for a variety of applications.