Table of Contents

WaterWorld

11/01/2008
Volume 24, Issue 11
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  • Editorial Feature

  • Departments

  • Products

    • Product Showcase

      • Product Showcase
        The HH225c 8" pump from Rain for Rent produces large flows and high discharge heads for applications including sewer bypass and temporary fire protection systems.
    • Product Focus

      • Irish Company Targets US Wastewater Treatment Market
        Bord na Móna Environmental Products U.S. Inc., the American market subsidiary of the $550 million Bord na Móna group based in Dublin, Ireland, formally introduced three new wastewater treatment systems at WEFTEC 2008 in Chicago, IL.
    • Products and Services

      • Products & Services: Disinfection
        Halogen Valve Systems’ Terminator Actuator™ closes 150 lb. toxic gas cylinder valves in three seconds when activated from remote sensors and switches.
      • Product & Services: Filtration
        The Amiad SAF is a series of automatic filters with an electric-driven self-cleaning mechanism that requires minimum flow and pressure for flushing.
    • New Products

      • New Products
        Walchem’s WebAlert® seamlessly web-enables installed equipment, providing local and remote access to system information, without the need to physically visit remote sites.
    • New Literature

      • New Literature
        Blue Ribbon Sales & Services has released new literature on its products and has redesigned its website.
  • News Briefs

    • EPA Honors WaterSense Partners
      The US Environmental Protection Agency honored the first WaterSense Partners of the Year for their water conservation efforts.

TODAY'S HEADLINES

Maryland WWTP's new solar array to serve as state's largest municipally-owned system

Standard Solar is set to install a 2.1-megawatt ground-mount solar system in Pocomoke City, Md., at the city's wastewater treatment facility. Once completed this December, it will be the largest municipally-owned system in the state.

Major Texas company to pay $1.6M civil penalty for CWA oil spill violations

The Department of Justice and the EPA have announced that Superior Crude Gathering has agreed to pay a civil penalty for alleged violations of the Clean Water Act stemming from a crude oil spill in 2010 from tanks at the company's oil storage facility in the town of Ingleside, Texas.

Bureau of Reclamation makes WaterSMART grants available to improve water, energy conservation

The Bureau of Reclamation is inviting states, tribes, water and irrigation districts, and other water- and power-related organizations to apply for funding to cost-share on projects that conserve and use water more efficiently, increase renewable energy use and improve energy efficiency.

Three major CA airports to receive new stormwater monitoring services, equipment under contract

Los Angeles World Airports has awarded a contract to Alta Environmental for consulting services up to $5 million for three years on an as-needed basis to improve stormwater monitoring for Los Angeles International Airport, Ontario International Airport and Van Nuys Airport.

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