Inside the May 2019 Issue of Treatment Plant Operator

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This Biosolids Program Takes the Same Approaches to Crop Nutrition as Progressive Farmers This Biosolids Program Takes the Same Approaches to Crop Nutrition as Progressive Farmers

Sioux Falls biosolids land application program strives for precision in applying nutrients at agronomic rates for the crops to be planted.

Product News - May 2019 Thermal mass flowmeter resists corrosion in biogas environments Thermal mass flowmeter resists corrosion in biogas environments Providing versatile control Providing versatile control Industry News - May 2019 Worth Noting - May 2019 Exam Study Guide - May 2019 Where Are the Big Breakthroughs in Water and Wastewater Treatment?

Research is steadily pushing the boundaries of performance and efficiency in wastewater treatment. But where are the real game-changers?

There's a New Way to Measure BOD. It Doesn't Require Long Waits for Lab Results There's a New Way to Measure BOD. It Doesn't Require Long Waits for Lab Results

Sentry technology uses bioelectrode sensors to give clean-water plant operators real-time insights to variable conditions in biological treatment processes.

Here's What's in Store in Water Research — From Technology to People Issues

The Water Research Foundation undertakes a wide range of projects, from design and engineering to social science, with direct relevance to plant operators.

The Sun Is Part of the Art on This Public Sculpture in Davis, California The Sun Is Part of the Art on This Public Sculpture in Davis, California

The changing seasons have dramatic visual effects on an abstract work of public art on a 135-foot-diameter concrete water tank.

No Grinding. No Manual Cleaning. Just Clean Pumps for a Michigan Community. No Grinding. No Manual Cleaning. Just Clean Pumps for a Michigan Community.

A pump-control technology helps a Michigan city eliminate manual cleaning of pumps and save an estimated $3,600 per month.

A California City Tries Different Approaches to Renewable Energy. Here Are the Two That Produced. A California City Tries Different Approaches to Renewable Energy. Here Are the Two That Produced.

Sonoma Water has tried a variety of renewable and carbon-free energy sources. Solar energy and hydropower have proven successful.

This Missouri Operator and His Team Have Found the Recipe for Consistent Compliance and Operating Efficiency This Missouri Operator and His Team Have Found the Recipe for Consistent Compliance and Operating Efficiency

Ben Riles and his four-member operations team stir up a record of high-performance at the Moberly (Missouri) Wastewater Treatment Plant.

A Mix of Surface and Groundwater Sources Keeps This Tennessee City Well-Supplied A Mix of Surface and Groundwater Sources Keeps This Tennessee City Well-Supplied

Two water treatment plants help Crossville’s operator team maintain a consistent supply in the face of seasonal challenges and weather events.

No Odors, No Trash, No Violations for This Utah Water Reclamation Facility No Odors, No Trash, No Violations for This Utah Water Reclamation Facility

The team at the South Valley Water Reclamation Facility never stops looking for ways to enhance efficiency and performance.

Tours and Activities Give Residents New Appreciation for Wastewater Treatment Tours and Activities Give Residents New Appreciation for Wastewater Treatment

The Illinois village of Carol Stream draws up to 300 visitors each year to an open house with treatment plant tours and activities for all ages.

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