Arizona Cities Turn to GAC to Meet Treatment Challenges
Like many communities in the United States, two Arizona cities, Scottsdale and Glendale, sought the most prudent solutions to address the Stage 2 Disinfectants/Disinfection Byproducts Rule (D/DBP Rule).
Utility Electronically Marks New Buried Sewer Force Mains
Increasingly stringent wastewater treatment and disposal requirements set by the California Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board led the Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD) to explore alternate solutions for the treatment and disposal needs of two communities in the district.
Trenchless Cured in Place Water Main Rehabilitation Meets NSF 61
Although site specific challenges are inherent in rehabilitating water mains using the cured in place pipe methods described in ASTM F 1743, it has become feasible to gain access, bypass and prepare pipe through all stages of installation from design through pit placement to testing for a finished product meeting NSF 61 at a pressure rating of 150 psi.
HDPE Use in Springfield Continues After Successful Sliplining Project
While City Utilities of Springfield, MO, maintains more than 1,100 miles of water main, an 800-foot section of the main came under scrutiny in 2005.
Project Examines Benefits of Blending Zoom Technology with CCTV
In-line cameras (commonly referred to simply as CCTV) and zoom cameras are technologies commonly used for inspection of sanitary and storm water collection systems.
Registration Open for Urban Water Management
Registration is now open for Urban Water Management 2009, an integrated water quality conference and exhibition taking place March 24-26, 2009, in Overland Park, KS.
Moisture-Cured Coatings Tackle Conditions Inside Water Plant
Polyurethane coating technology is often chosen for demanding exterior applications such as bridges, stadiums and other large structures.