Inside the April 2020 Issue of Treatment Plant Operator

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Welder. Operator. Designer. Consultant. Tim Wilkey Took a Winding Career Path Before Returning Home. Welder. Operator. Designer. Consultant. Tim Wilkey Took a Winding Career Path Before Returning Home.

Tim Wilkey’s Hatfield award-winning career took him far and wide, but eventually back to his home state of Iowa.

Product Focus - April 2020 Worth Noting - April 2020

People/Awards; Events

Industry News - April 2020 Product News - April 2020 Product Spotlight - April 2020 Product Spotlight - April 2020 Case Studies - April 2020 Exam Study Guide - April 2020 Looking to Influence Your Legislators? Here's How It's Done in Today's Environment.

Getting through to your state or federal legislator is tougher and more confusing than it used to be. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try.

What If You Could Rewind Your Plant's Operation and Find the Causes of Problems? Now You Can. What If You Could Rewind Your Plant's Operation and Find the Causes of Problems? Now You Can.

A playback recorder tool for Emerson’s distributed control system helps plant operators troubleshoot events, train team members and capture institutional knowledge.

A Credential Just for Water and Wastewater Operators Adds Credibility to People and the Profession Once a Year, Swarms of Music Fans Converge on This Clean-Water Plant Site Once a Year, Swarms of Music Fans Converge on This Clean-Water Plant Site

A campground on a North Carolina clean-water plant site hosts visitors to a music festival and doubles as a disc golf course.

A California Treatment Plants Opts for a Modern Approach to Controlling Nuisance Odors A California Treatment Plants Opts for a Modern Approach to Controlling Nuisance Odors

A hydroxyl radical misting system to break down grease buildup is another in a long line of leading-edge technologies at a California facility.

The Award-Winning Energy-Saving Program Didn't Rely on Any New Technology The Award-Winning Energy-Saving Program Didn't Rely on Any New Technology

Award-winning achievement at a New Hampshire plant comes from commonsense measures, some as simple as turning off lights when leaving an area.

The Great Lakes Water Authority's Newest Water Plant Rises From the Bones of the Oldest One The Great Lakes Water Authority's Newest Water Plant Rises From the Bones of the Oldest One

Continuous self-assessment and improvement steer a Michigan authority’s newest water plant to a Directors Award from the Partnership for Safe Water.

Dale Clark and His Team Achieved $22,000 in Annual Energy Savings for Only a Tiny Investment Dale Clark and His Team Achieved $22,000 in Annual Energy Savings for Only a Tiny Investment Leveling Out Demand Was the Key to Putting This Florida Water Plant and Distribution System on Track Leveling Out Demand Was the Key to Putting This Florida Water Plant and Distribution System on Track Here Are a Few Ways to Mark the 50th Anniversary of a Classic Environmental Observance Here Are a Few Ways to Mark the 50th Anniversary of a Classic Environmental Observance

Three utilities celebrate Earth Day in unique ways by partnering with a city, nonprofit and university.