Wastewater Features

  1. Effective Sludge Mixing Through Distributive Mixing Principles
    11/10/2017

    Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling helps wastewater operators derive a formula for highly effective and cost-efficient sludge mixing.

  2. Case Studies From The World Of Improved Stormwater Management
    11/7/2017

    The New York City Department of Environmental Protection has compiled a report on the world’s leading stormwater management solutions and challenges. Reviewing its contents can be an opportunity for communities to build stormwater strength together.

  3. How Title 22 Reuse Can Help Utilities Large And Small
    11/6/2017

    As freshwater resources dwindle and regulations become more stringent, water recycling is on the rise. Utilities of all sizes are beginning to view reuse as a way to conserve resources while meeting regulatory requirements.

  4. The Past, Present, And Future Of Fracking
    11/6/2017

    There is no doubt that the practice of hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking, has completely changed the oil and gas landscape in recent history. There is also no doubt that this is a highly technical process.

  5. The Evolution Of High Speed Turbo In The Wastewater Industry
    11/3/2017

    High speed turbo (HST) technology was the most quickly adopted blower design to enter the U.S. wastewater market.  HST appeared in 2006, at a time when there was a need for more efficient plant operation. 

  6. UV Oxidation For Dummies
    11/2/2017

    As regulatory requirements become more stringent, utilities and businesses look for more effective ways to remove contaminants. Technological improvements in water treatment include various forms of advanced oxidation processes. Calgon Carbon is a global leader in the activated carbon industry with complementary expertise in ultraviolet light (UV) technology. Water Online interviewed Steven Day, Director Product Management/Marketing, to find out more about UV oxidation and how the technology can help to improve water quality.

  7. New Life After Hurricane Sandy
    10/31/2017

    This spring, Harry Strano, a wildlife biologist, was walking on the shore in Deal, NJ, when he was pleasantly surprised.

  8. What The MWRD Has Learned About Wastewater Treatment
    10/26/2017

    Chicago’s Stickney Water Reclamation Plant is among the world’s elite for its size, capacity, and effective nutrient removal. But where do the utility’s ambitions still lie and what can it teach the rest of the country’s operations?

  9. How To Destroy Pathogens And Micropollutants With Ozone
    10/26/2017

    Utilities continually face new challenges. Where treatment facilities were once expected to simply disinfect the water, they must now avoid creating disinfection byproducts during the process. New and more stringent regulations require removal of additional micropollutants and emerging contaminants. Finding the best technology to accomplish these goals can be difficult.

  10. 10 Water-Tech Winners From WEFTEC 2017
    10/25/2017

    For the second straight year, the Water Environment Federation Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) came to McCormick Place in Chicago, returning also to the city which launched WEFTEC 90 years ago. As always, it was a showcase of the latest technologies and ideas available in the water/wastewater industry, but each show also has its own "feel" that reflects the times.