Inside the January 2022 Issue of Treatment Plant Operator

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Growing Up in a Drought-Plagued Region Helped Propel Lydia Teel Into a Water Career Growing Up in a Drought-Plagued Region Helped Propel Lydia Teel Into a Water Career

With a love of her home region and relentless study, a young professional engineer successfully spearheads key water supply and treatment projects in Nevada.

Thinking About Water in All its Forms and Places Helps Us See the Bigger Picture

While we focus on our specific niches in the industry, it’s essential to remember that all water, from rainfall, to groundwater, to lake, streams and oceans, is connected.

Product Focus - January 2022 Product Focus - January 2022 Exam Study Guide - January 2022 Worth Noting - January 2022 Industry News - January 2022 Industry News - January 2022 Product News - January 2022 Product News - January 2022 Product Spotlight - Wastewater: January 2022 Product Spotlight - Wastewater: January 2022 Product Spotlight — Water: January 2022 Product Spotlight — Water: January 2022 Attention to the Basics Drives Success for Two Clean-Water Plants in a Suburban Phoenix Community Attention to the Basics Drives Success for Two Clean-Water Plants in a Suburban Phoenix Community

Two water reclamation plants in a growing Phoenix suburb are facing expansion. Energetic operations teams keep them running smoothly.

A Kansas Operator Has a Simple Purpose: Treating Wastewater to the Best of His Ability A Kansas Operator Has a Simple Purpose: Treating Wastewater to the Best of His Ability

It’s no exaggeration to say Scott Milholland lives and breathes his career in wastewater. His William D. Hatfield Award is a testament to his dedication.

For This Facility, Energy Efficiency Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint For This Facility, Energy Efficiency Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

The LOTT Clean Water Alliance has taken numerous steps to enhance energy efficiency. And the search for new ideas goes on.

Micro-Scale Bubbles Make Aeration More Efficient in Secondary Treatment in Fallbrook, California Micro-Scale Bubbles Make Aeration More Efficient in Secondary Treatment in Fallbrook, California

A pilot project at a California clean-water plant shows significant potential for nanobubble technology to improve treatment effectiveness and reduce costs.

DE&I: Welcoming, and Fostering People From All Backgrounds, Races, Ethnicities and More DE&I: Welcoming, and Fostering People From All Backgrounds, Races, Ethnicities and More

The Water Environment Federation takes aggressive action to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in in its own ranks and across the industry.

New Feed Pump Technology From Blue-White Offers High Performance Today and Upgrades for Tomorrow New Feed Pump Technology From Blue-White Offers High Performance Today and Upgrades for Tomorrow

A new peristaltic chemical feed pump offers performance and reliability features along with built-in capability to advance through software upgrades.

Case Studies - January 2022 Case Studies - January 2022