Inside the October 2017 Issue of Treatment Plant Operator

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This Lead Operator Is Nothing Short of a Civic Asset This Lead Operator Is Nothing Short of a Civic Asset
Stan Shaffer applies long experience, people skills and a nonstop learning quest to build an award-winning career as chief water plant operator in Oneonta, New York.
2017 Tanks, Structures & Components Directory New App Allows Water Customers to Track Usage New App Allows Water Customers to Track Usage
The Santa Fe Water Division unveils smartphone app to help customers identify leaks, understand their water usage, and adopt conservation habits.
Too Much Rain Leads to Upgrades for Vermont WWTP Too Much Rain Leads to Upgrades for Vermont WWTP
The Enosburg Falls team acts to limit overflows from wet-weather events and lays aside funds to make regular plant process improvements.
27-Year Laboratory Veteran Wins William D. Hatfield Award 27-Year Laboratory Veteran Wins William D. Hatfield Award
William D. Hatfield award winner Sue Baert succeeds with hard work, a winning management style, and extensive service to industry associations.
Filtration Plant Staff Pushes Performance Past Permit Requirements Filtration Plant Staff Pushes Performance Past Permit Requirements
Presidents Award-winning Ephrata Joint Authority plant uses data to fine-tune processes and produce consistently high-quality water.
Batteries Are Included for This Energy Efficient California WWTP Batteries Are Included for This Energy Efficient California WWTP
A California district installs an energy storage system to help make more efficient use of electricity from cogeneration and solar power.
Out With Odors and In With High-Quality Biosolids Out With Odors and In With High-Quality Biosolids
Feeding ferric chloride to digested biosolids paid big dividends in drier material, lower hauling costs and reduced odor complaints in Fort Worth, Texas.
Unique Plant Fencing is a Thing of Beauty Unique Plant Fencing is a Thing of Beauty
An innovative fence design provides security while maintaining the architectural integrity of a historic water treatment plant building in Saginaw, Michigan.
Anammox Bacteria: Where Science and Operations Meet Anammox Bacteria: Where Science and Operations Meet
Wastewater treatment using anammox bacteria is an example of how lab experimentation and real-world trial and error can work together to promote progress.
New Aerobic Granular Sludge Technology Defies Convention New Aerobic Granular Sludge Technology Defies Convention
An innovative secondary treatment technology uses aerobic granular biomass for effective nutrient removal in a compact footprint with low energy consumption.
How Modern Batteries Make Solar and Wind Power Viable for Treatment Plants
Electrical energy storage has potential to fill a critical gap in the emissions-reducing and money-saving attributes of renewable power resources.
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