Table of Contents

WaterWorld

07/01/2003
Volume 3, Issue 4
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  • Features

  • Viewpoint

    • EPA Evaluates Health of the Environment
      The water, air and land in the US is cleaner and safer these days. Especially when compared to the state of the environment 30 years ago, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Product Showcase

    • Product Showcase
      Using hydraulic loading management, Ondeo Degremont's DensaDeg 4D Clarifier accommodates a wide range of flow rates associated with unusually high peak levels during storms.
  • New Products

    • New Products
      Walchem has introduced the Digital EZC Series Metering Pumps, the latest addition to its E Class pump line. The new pumps are solenoid-driven, diaphragm metering pumps
  • Case Studies

  • Product & Services Features

    • Exhibitor Products -- WEFTEC
      WEFTEC® '03 is an event organized by Water Environment Federation,® and is not organized by PennWell Corporation
    • Pipe & Related Products
      The Hole Master™ hole cutting base (HCB) provides a means of clamping onto pipe and using a drill to cut a hole in a pipe.
    • Software & Automation
      The second generation Solo XT™ Digital Chemical Monitoring System from Force Flow includes these new features: Keypad control and extra large characters

TODAY'S HEADLINES

CH2M HILL lauded for noteworthy wastewater treatment projects

CH2M HILL has been recognized with two Global Water Awards for its exceptional infrastructure work involving Peru's Taboada Wastewater Treatment Plant and the Bahrain Petroleum Company.

Winners of 2013 Campus RainWorks Challenge targeting green infrastructure announced

Four winners of the Environmental Protection Agency's second annual Campus RainWorks Challenge were recently announced.

S.F. Bay water quality, wetlands to be improved with $5M EPA grants

Nearly $5 million in grants provided by EPA have been designated to restore water quality and wetlands throughout the San Francisco Bay watershed.

Aeration Problem?

A supposed aeration problem is often nothing of the sort; it is simply the need for an efficient and appropriate mixer. Therefore, any facility striving to achieve as much treatment as possible on-site should consider mixing to reduce total operation costs.

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