Improving Water Quality with Minimal Capital Investment

A creative storage tank and distribution system pumping strategy helps a Massachusetts utility reduce water age and improve water quality
Improving Water Quality with Minimal Capital Investment
The critical piece of the strategy is treating the distribution system’s combined water volume as another aspect of the storage system, specifically as a third storage “tank.”

New Englanders look forward to summer for a variety of reasons, but for water utilities, the rising temperatures can be problematic, leading to issues of water age and water quality.
The Ashland (Massachusetts) Water Department is now an exception to the rule. Until recently,...

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