Inside the June 2013 Issue of Treatment Plant Operator
A small but savvy team at the Kill Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant sets an example with training, energy savings and biosolids process innovation.
Combined heat and power and a host of other energy innovations mean $750,000 in documented savings — so far.
A kids’ calendar helps the Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner’s Office get students interested in keeping water clean.
Custom-engineered aluminum sedimentation tank lids help Thames Water achieve effective odor control at its wastewater treatment plant in Beckton, UK.
Green Bay’s clean-water agency launches a new identity to foster more positive public perceptions and reflect a growing role in resource protection.
There’s growing recognition that nondispersible wipes are a problem. And there’s a growing base of information to help clean-water agencies communicate solutions.
A certified trainer offers perspectives on training budgets, online versus classroom training, licensing reciprocity, standardized basic exams, and other relevant topics.
A riverfront sign tells paddlers passing the Holly Advanced Tertiary Treatment Plant about remarkable progress in pollution control.
Effective use of data helps treatment plants in Amherst, Mass., and other communities take out nutrients without costly facility upgrades.
Health and safety improvements allow the Fort Knox treatment plant to achieve coveted Star status in Kentucky’s Voluntary Protection Program.
The team in Grandview, Wash., caters to a large food processing industry, while a flexible process helps the plant contribute to wildlife habitat enrichment.
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