Inside the August 2012 Issue of Treatment Plant Operator
A regional composting facility helps a Texas city and water district deal with waste management issues and create highly successful commercial products
A Nebraska treatment plant superintendent partners with the local Extension agriculture educator to advance his city’s biosolids land application program
People/Awards; Education; Calendar of Events
In Leoni Township, a private company operates the treatment plant, while municipal workers handle the maintenance. The arrangement serves everyone well.
Effective mixing design helps ensure uniform material concentration and proper performance in digester systems
WS Series control panels from SEEwater
A pond-wetland complex in Port Aransas, Texas, attracts birders and nature lovers and helps clean treatment plant effluent in the bargain
Nutrient limits are getting tighter. It’s time to start placing more emphasis on control upstream, instead of at the end of the pipe.
A problem with slime bulking at a wastewater treatment plant turned out to have its origins on the potable water utility side
Peerless Electronics launches eCommerce stores; TB Wood’s publishes eCatalog; ITC becomes authorized IACET provider; Westfall static mixer receives NSF certification; EOSi names director of supply chain management; Thompson hosts 2012 Pumpology school; FCI ST100 air/gas flowmeter receives FM, FMc approval; Oldham’s OLCT IR receives IP67 certification; MWH meets UCMR3 proficiency testing requirements; Copperwing adds media planner, buyer; Parkson names Hurley president, CEO; Grundfos opens business development center; American Water completes acquisitions; Xylem names VP of sales, managing director; Environmental Dynamics International adds extrusion line
A research project helps establish the cost-benefit picture for chemically removing phosphorus in lagoon treatment systems
Microwave UV disinfection technology enables a treatment plant in southern Louisiana to reduce labor hours and eliminate contractor expenses
Plant operators at Narragansett Bay Commission are on the front line when it comes to teaching the public about keeping water clean
A quick design change for energy efficiency helps a Long Island town earn rebates for a new pump station needed to meet growing demand
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