More Wastewater Industry Features

  1. Using AMERICAN Products, Champlain, NY, Prepares For Business Boom Near US/Canadian Border
    3/31/2017

    A key driver of economic development is the availability of water and wastewater services. For the Town and Village of Champlain, NY, this is no exception. To capitalize on the region’s economic potential and make more land available for new businesses, the Town and Village of Champlain are working together on the Shared Water Project, a major water system upgrade that includes installing 44,000 feet of AMERICAN ductile iron pipe.

  2. Weighing The Value Of Biosolids As Fertilizer
    3/1/2017

    Wastewater treatment plants process tons and tons of sludge every year and they have to contend with the question of what to do with it. Increasingly, biosolids are looked at as an opportunity to help the planet.

  3. In River Pools Offer City Residents Swimming Alternatives
    10/15/2017

    It wasn’t so long ago that city rivers were some of the more polluted bodies of water on the planet. In 1969 for example, the Cuyahoga River famously caught fire after years of unabated pollution, spurring an environmental movement to clean up the nation’s waterways.

  4. Small Cities Are Big Smart Water Proponents
    4/12/2017

    A rising number of small cities are adopting smart water meter technology as a way to cut costs.

  5. Over Decades, Merrimack River Transforms
    6/15/2017

    The Merrimack River is considered one of the major beneficiaries of the Clean Water Act of 1972.

  6. Retrofitting: Is It Right For Your Sewage Lift Station?
    2/22/2017

    It’s just past 10 on a Friday night, and the phones start ringing in the pockets of the on-call collection systems operators. It’s an alarm for another pump clog at one of your sewage lift stations — the second one this week.

  7. Helping The Public See The Magic Of AMI
    2/7/2017

    The benefits of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) are well known in the water industry, but the public is not as aware of what AMI has to offer. With that in mind, industry experts are looking for ways to educate customers about the value provided by AMI.

  8. Americans’ Attitude To Their Water Changes With The Weather
    11/15/2017

    Weather plays an important role in how Americans think about water. And I don’t mean when it’s raining, we decide to grab a raincoat.

  9. Ignition Gets It Done For Electric, Water, And Sewer
    12/24/2017

    Clarksville Light & Water Co. (CLW) is a very progressive utility. New infrastructure, a fiber optic network, groundbreaking cybersecurity — these are just a few items CLW is using to improve services for its customers in Clarksville, Ark.

  10. As Waters Warm, Questions Swirl Around Health Of The Great Barrier Reef
    7/15/2017

    The Great Barrier Reef — a chain of 2,900 individual, underwater corals comprising the world’s biggest structure made by living organisms — is one of the most visible victims of climate change.