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Vessel Design Impacts Efficiency In PFAS Treatment
Learn how configurable standardized design provides efficient solution for contaminant removal.
The Engineering Firm Of The Future: Outcomes, Not Hours
Technology can make, or break, the engineering firm of the future. And by the time this future rolls around (hint: it’s here) it’s too late to play ‘catch up.’
Navigating The Carbon Exchange Landscape
Learn the benefits of virgin and reactivated carbon, the ideal time to exchange carbon, and whether the exchanges should be handled in-house or with a third-party vendor.
How To Make Stormwater Compliance Accessible
This article discusses some more common best management practices (BMPs) for reducing stormwater pollution, as well as how businesses can get help with their stormwater management.
How Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Can Protect Against Drought
Learn how common wastewater technologies are being leveraged in decentralized systems and how they can open opportunities for innovation and better water management in the face of drought.
How Artificial Intelligence Improves Efforts To Find And Replace Lead Service Lines
This article explores why machine learning and artificial intelligence can be helpful in the efforts to replace lead drinking water service lines.
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SUPPLIER OF THE MONTH
Transcend helps equipment suppliers and engineers streamline their proposal and preliminary design processes to win more projects, increase margins, and keep overhead costs low.
Transcend uses a cloud based platform, the Transcend Design Generator (TDG), to automate engineering grade designs and documents and deliver high quality proposals in a fraction of the time and cost.
TDG has been used to design over 7,000 WWTP's and their associated equipment - including Activated Sludge, MBR, MBBR, and MBBR-IFAS.
Learn more here.
The Hidden Dangers Of Manganese In Drinking Water
Evidence indicates that manganese (Mn) is more than a nuisance: it's a threat to health. It's time to get serious about removing it from drinking water.
Read the article from Mazzei Injector Company here.
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