J&J Industries worked with the company to demonstrate the feasibility of removing chemical additives in large-scale carpet manufacturing so that facilities can reuse the water.
The federal government, Virginia, West Virginia, and Kentucky alleged that the coal company violated its discharge permit, sending excess amounts of iron, total suspended solids, and manganese into streams.
The association has slated an industry event for March 30-31 in Indianapolis.
The Cincinnati Nature Center will take advantage of a symbiotic relationship between algae and bacteria to manage wastewater at Rowe Woods using a packaged system from Oldcastle Precast.
Solar Power Partners and Oro Loma partnered with DRI Energy to design, build, and install the single-axis tracker project that is expected to save the district $2 million over the life of the contract.
Two Arkla Disposal Services, Inc. employees were charged in a five-count indictment for discharging untreated wastewater to the local Shreveport publicly owned treatment works and the Red River.
The filter units use structured plastic synthetic media to remove hydrogen sulfide and other odor-causing chemicals.
The Water Environment Federation will offer one article per issue of its journal online.
The system introduces high-strength wastewater to a diverse microbial ecosystem, or biofilm, growing on the surface of a special gravel medium contained in a series of watertight basins.
The Association of Public Health Laboraties won the cooperative agreement.
Funding support remains for the Great Lakes, water and wastewater treatment, Superfund, and enforcement.
WCIT now includes a compendium of 700 new contaminants with details on more than 212 analytical methods.
The companies integrate magnetic bearing and high-speed motor technology into smarter high-speed blowers.
The CH2M Hill-designed facility earns praise from publication and the American Public Works Association-Nevada Section.
Leominster’s wastewater treatment plant, which is managed by Veolia Water North America, received the George W. Burke Jr. Award.
To settle allegations that its food processing facility in Baxter Springs overloaded the city's wastewater treatment system, Orval Kent will pay $390,000 and about $32,500 to restock the Spring River.
The system has 11,000 acres near Lake Michigan it would like to develop as a wind farm.
The agency presented awards for outstanding service and excellence in wastewater management to Rhode Island superintendents and facilities in Massachusetts, Maine, and Connecticut.
The city and the company, operating under a long-term contract, have developed a successful biosolids program and made significant wastewater treatment plant improvements.
EPCOR will reportedly purchase these water and wastewater services for an estimated $470 million.