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Post Hurricane Guide for Wastewater Treatment

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Having an emergency response plan in place is essential to resuming operations safely and in a timely matter. If your wastewater treatment facility does not have a post hurricane procedure, consider using the following steps as a guide.   Assess damages List repairs needed and prioritize If your electricity is…

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Effluent Management Strategies

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Once wastewater completes the treatment cycle where does it go?   There are many options for reuse when it comes to effluent. Water reuse or reclamation has been around for decades and nonpotable uses have expanded, mainly due to increasing drought conditions. Applications for reuse include:   Watering golf courses…

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The State of our Nation’s Infrastructures

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Ever wonder how well our nation’s infrastructures rank year after year? Infrastructure Week, is a non-profit education and advocacy organization that dedicates a national week to bring together businesses, workers, leaders and citizens to focus attentions on the state of our country’s infrastructures – roads, bridges, rail, ports, airports, water…

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Water Quality Impacts and Wastewater Treatment

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Everything that is flushed or poured down the drain affects the water quality of your state’s rivers, lakes and, if applicable, coastal waters. Take, the Mobile-Tensaw Delta, for example. It is the second largest delta in the US and encompasses approximately 260,000 acres. It is considered “America’s Amazon” and is…

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Bypass Wastewater Treatment

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As seen in The Wave, Spring 2018. Most of our nation’s existing wastewater treatment networks are now facing the effects of aging as they struggle to keep up with increasing demand, while receiving insufficient funding to repair or replace components.   As a result, there has been an increase in…

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Affordable Wastewater Treatment Plant Solutions

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A developer in Fort Bend County began building a master planned community that, once complete, would require 600,000 gallons per day of wastewater treatment capacity. However, the first phase of development would only need to treat 200,000 gallons per day. They were in need of a wastewater treatment plant design…

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