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

City of Lima, Ohio, enters CWA settlement to reduce critical sewage overflows

To resolve claims that untreated sewer discharges were released into the Ottawa River during wet weather, the city of Lima, Ohio, has entered into a Clean Water Act settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Justice and State of Ohio.

AWWA to Congress: Nutrient pollution reduction key to preventing cyanotoxins

In a testimony recently held before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Environment and the Economy, American Water Works Association President John Donahue stressed that the solution to keeping drinking water safe from cyanotoxins begins with reducing nutrient pollution.

Reclamation invests $9.2M in water, power research in West amid drought

Following a year of record drought, water managers throughout the West are searching for information and ideas to ensure a reliable and sustainable water supply. To meet this growing need, the Bureau of Reclamation has officially awarded $9.2 million for 131 research projects.

City of Philadelphia names first 'Stormwater Pioneer'

The Philadelphia Water Department has named Stanley's True Value Hardware as the city's first Stormwater Pioneer. The store's third-generation owners were recognized as role models for small business owners and private developers looking to reduce stormwater runoff.

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