Read about how the EPA is looking at public water systems to shoulder the hard and expensive work of testing and treating source water for PFAS.
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- Ongoing Investigation Finds 'Deeper Issues' With New Orleans Drinking Water
- Connecting The Water Cycle: Bridging The Physical-Digital Gap
- How PFAS Are Getting Into Miami's Biscayne Bay
- From Off-The-Shelf To Custom RO Systems For Industrial Applications
- Optimizing Water Utility Operations Through Data-Driven Insights
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- Enhancing Water Conservation Through AMI At EBMUD
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The Iron Bowl and Your Water Pipe – Neither Ever Disappoints
The primary reason the Iron Bowl is so appropriately named is that it’s a tough game, played by tough men, fighting with toughness and resilience for their teams and universities, and their fans care perhaps even more. Tough, hard-hitting, durable, resilient. All describe both the players in the Iron Bowl and the performance of ductile iron pipe.
The Building Blocks Of PFAS Expertise
PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, are quickly emerging into a major environmental and human health concern. Characterized by their extreme resistance to breaking down — owing to the molecules’ carbon-fluorine bonds, the strongest in organic chemistry — PFAS are persistent in the environment and can be found in water, wastewater, soils, air, food, and in the blood of humans and animals.
Benefits Of Utilities Analytics And Automation Software For Energy Savings And Efficiency
Discover how technology supports the demand for data and drives the right actions to optimize utilities usage and provide significant energy savings.
Bio-Augmentation Product Eliminates Odor And Removes Sludge From Waste Lagoons
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Build Versus Buy? Escalating Risks With Building Your Own Platform And Application
Explore some factors to consider when trying to answer the question of whether to build or buy a software platform to support your company's growth – now and in the future.
Making The Most Of Data And Decision Intelligence
Hear how utilities are overcoming operational challenges, such as non-revenue water and leak detection, using digital technologies.
WATER ONLINE CONTENT COLLECTIONS
The AWWA has called for the replacement of all lead service lines, and the World Health Organization, U.S. EPA, and the CDC all agree that there is no safe level of lead in a child's blood. With all these factors as the backdrop, the EPA finalized Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR) to strengthen the LCR in December of 2021 and set the deadline for utility compliance for October 16, 2024. This guide will help answer questions and bolster your strategy for meeting LCRR requirements.
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SUPPLIER OF THE MONTH
With a heritage that extends back to 1919, Kaeser Compressors is an industry leader in industrial compressed air equipment, including rotary lobe and rotary screw blower packages, rotary screw compressors, vacuum pumps, portable diesel screw compressors, air treatment components and other system accessories. Wastewater treatment plants across the country rely on us for air system solutions that are engineered for long life and continuous energy savings.
Learn more here.
Disruptive Technology Makes Ozone A Better Treatment Option
Sidestream injection (SSI) systems are shaking up the water treatment industry, unseating industry-standard fine bubble diffusion (FBD) systems by delivering fast, high-efficiency ozone transfer with a small footprint.
Read the article from Mazzei here.
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