Located in the San Francisco Bay Area in the Contra Costa County of California, the City of Brentwood has experienced substantial growth with the influx of many new residents over the last several years.
When faced with the prospect of losing nearly $1.5 million in revenue, the Village of Tinley Park, IL, opted to replace its existing mechanical meters with smart meters that use fluidic oscillation technology.
Cambrian Innovation recently won a prestigious contract from the Department of Defense and another two from the National Institutes of Health to further develop biotechnologies to dramatically improve water treatment, testing and remediation.
MWH Global has officially announced the promotion of three employees to senior vice president and eight others to vice president. The promotions were confirmed by the MWH board of directors at its August board meeting.
Online zeta potential measurements can provide real-time water quality monitoring and support effective process control under all circumstances. The value of online measurement is illustrated through the experiences of Aurora Water, which is using zeta potential at one facility as both an offline and online tool for monitoring and controlling water treatment processes.