Thanks to a new groundwater flow model developed by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with San Antonio Water System, scientists now have a better understanding of how water flows throughout the San Antonio, Texas, segment of the Edwards aquifer.
Reed’s Brian Gunderson reviews the company’s many services, including its Feed Tap drilling machine, cutter wheels, and universal pipe and low-clearance rotary cutters.
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Biwater has been selected to provide its advanced membrane solutions for a new brackish desalination program in Southern Bexar County, San Antonio, Texas. The company has been finalizing designs and preparing for system manufacture, delivery and commissioning.
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Construction has started on a desalination plant in Morocco that will use ultrafiltation (UF) and reverse osmosis (RO) membranes to produce 100,000 m3/day...
The city of Inverness, Fla., sought to upgrade its secondary treatment plant into a SCADA-monitored tertiary treatment facility that would produce public-access reclaimed water and save 700,000 gallons of water per day. The city entered into a five-year partnership with Woodard & Curran in 2008, in ...
As part of the Urban Waters Federal Partnership, the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, City of San Antonio, and San Antonio River Authority are all celebrating the start of the Urban Waters Project in San Antonio, Texas.
For a new water main system northwest of San Antonio, Texas, one horizontal directional drilling (HDD) string of 36-inch-diameter HDPE pipe alone ended up being 1,000 feet long. The installation required a 20-foot entrance drop and exit rise so that pipe could be pulled under a creek. The project ...
The San Antonio Water System and Abengoa officials have officially signed a 54-inch-diameter pipe to celebrate the launch of the new Vista Ridge water project, which will be a game changer for water supplies in San Antonio.
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Today in a unanimous vote, the San Antonio City Council approved a contract between the San Antonio Water System and Vista Ridge Consortium to bring 16.3 billion gallons of new non-Edwards Aquifer water to San Antonio annually for 30 years.