Inside the July 2014 Issue of Treatment Plant Operator

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Upgrades On The Fly Upgrades On The Fly
Operators at the treatment plant in Cohasset, Mass., have become adept at troubleshooting and fixing issues quickly and effectively.
Worth Noting - July 2014
People/Awards; Education; Events
Industry News - July 2014 Industry News - July 2014 Chlorine Analyzer Reduces Reagent Consumption Chlorine Analyzer Reduces Reagent Consumption Product News - July 2014 Product News - July 2014 Pumps, Drives, Valves And Blowers Pumps, Drives, Valves And Blowers Pumps, Drives, Valves And Blowers Pumps, Drives, Valves And Blowers Judge This Book By Its Cover Judge This Book By Its Cover
Steady improvements keep a small secondary plant in Texas compliant with regulations and in peak operating condition despite budget limitations.
Fast Alerts For Broken Pipes
A flow- and pressure-sensing technology with time synchronization helps water systems quickly detect and minimize losses from bursts in distribution mains.
On Autopilot On Autopilot
A test of a real-time nitrogen control documents substantial energy savings and improves process consistency at a Michigan clean-water plant.
Up From Under Up From Under
A Colorado sanitation district partners for a sustainable approach to managing produced water from the region’s oil and gas fields.
Hitting The Curveballs Hitting The Curveballs
An award-winning Massachusetts plant team creatively tackles challenges ranging from upstream industrial discharges to tightening effluent nitrogen limits.
Treatment With Trees Treatment With Trees
A poplar plantation at an Oregon treatment plant saves on infrastructure costs and creates an aesthetically pleasing environment on neighboring land.
Sustainable Operations: Three For One
A demonstration project at Orange County Sanitation District tests the viability of using a fuel cell to generate electricity, hydrogen fuel and heat.
Chance Of A Lifetime Chance Of A Lifetime
Ken Reynolds welcomed a challenge and led his team through a transition from an aging conventional plant to a sophisticated membrane facility.
Winning With Winnie Winning With Winnie
Scottish Water opens eyes, and sewer pipes, with a multimedia campaign that tells consumers what not to flush and the trouble improper disposal can cause.
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Letters - July 2014 Being A Great Host Being A Great Host
Plant tours can be among your best ways of getting your message to the public. Here’s some advice for conducting them successfully.
Toward A Closer Community
Starting with this issue, TPO magazine expands its mission to include the industrial wastewater and drinking water sides of the treatment profession.