Inside the January 2018 Issue of Treatment Plant Operator

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A Michigan Plant Works to Prove a Simple, Low-Cost Formula for Producing Class A Biosolids A Michigan Plant Works to Prove a Simple, Low-Cost Formula for Producing Class A Biosolids
A plant team in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula looks to win Class A biocom/solids designation by validating a production process with scientific proof.
Here's How a Clean-Water Agency Enlisted Public Support Through Outreach — and How You Can, Too Here's How a Clean-Water Agency Enlisted Public Support Through Outreach — and How You Can, Too
New Hampshire regulators recognize Concord for plant tours and other outreach aimed at winning public support for upgrades and day-to-day operations.
A Passion for Answers A Passion for Answers
Brandon Pechin met new system startup challenges at two Idaho clean-water plants with hard work and a thirst for learning.
Rolling Hills and Multiple Pressure Zones Don't Deter This Tennessee Distribution Team Rolling Hills and Multiple Pressure Zones Don't Deter This Tennessee Distribution Team
Distribution system team members deal effectively with hilly topography and multiple pressure zones in Kingsport, Tennessee.
Many Illinois Operators Owe Their Career Success to This University-Based Process Instructor Many Illinois Operators Owe Their Career Success to This University-Based Process Instructor
Rick Lallish trains Illinois operators with a little bit of mischief and a great deal of dedication to seeing his students achieve their career goals.
Great Lakes Water Utilities Compete to Reduce Air Emissions in an AWWA Program Great Lakes Water Utilities Compete to Reduce Air Emissions in an AWWA Program
The Water Utility Energy Challenge puts five utilities into competition to reduce air emissions that come from their use of electricity.
Here's How a North Carolina Plant Team Deals With Variable Source Water Turbidity Here's How a North Carolina Plant Team Deals With Variable Source Water Turbidity
Charge analyzers help a North Carolina plant team deal with big weather-driven variations in source water turbidity.
Art and Landscaping Combine to Decorate a New Water Treatment Plant Art and Landscaping Combine to Decorate a New Water Treatment Plant
Art competitions and landscapes with native prairie plantings help spruce up a brand-new water treatment facility in Ames, Iowa.
What Does It Mean to Have High Quality Biosolids?
Water Environment & Reuse Foundation research project looks to define and help enable production of High Quality Biosolids that the public will readily accept as valued products.
Drylet Microbe and Substrate Formulation Helps Slash Biosolids Volume Drylet Microbe and Substrate Formulation Helps Slash Biosolids Volume
An award-winning formulation from Drylet helps clean-water plants reduce biosolids volume and significantly reduce operating costs.
The Utility of the Future is Digital. Are You on the Right Path?
The new year provides a platform to contemplate the shape of the Water Resources Utility of the Future. Signs indicate that future is digital.
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