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  • Volume 39, Issue 5, September/October 2023

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    WEFTEC 2023 Show Preview

    Sept. 18, 2023
    The Water Environment Federation’s 96th annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC) will be held Sept. 30–Oct. 4 in Chicago.
    Bonomi North America
    LOCPOWER is designed for medium and large-sized civil and industrial installations.

    Turn flow control into electric power generation

    Sept. 18, 2023
    The first all-in-one valve and turbine built to harvest the pressure drop that is otherwise dissipated in processes such as flow, pressure, temperature and level control.
    Proco Products
    The rubber duckbill check valve at work.

    Proco Series 700 ProFlex® Check Valves

    Sept. 18, 2023
    he simple design allows effluent to force the two opposing rubber lips apart permitting flow, yet quickly close to prevent the return of tailings or slurries.
    Crescent Hill Reservoir, Louisville, KY

    Louisville Water delivers high-quality service and value with digital transformation

    Sept. 18, 2023
    ArcGIS and KloudGin integration increased efficiency and enabled staff to work smarter, not harder.
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    How LIMS can streamline environmental monitoring programs

    Sept. 18, 2023
    Water utility labs are asking what can be done to improve the efficiency of environmental monitoring and subsequently environmental testing.

    More content from Volume 39, Issue 5, September/October 2023

    Find out how to uncover the correct liable party by investigating the source of water contamination. The case study within this how-to demonstrates just how effective the invesigation of expert teams can be in torts litigation.

    Solving the “whodunnit” in water contamination cases

    Sept. 18, 2023
    Water utilities have been paying the price for cleaning up contaminants originating outside the treatment facilities. SL Environmental explains how to find the source and secure...
    Photos courtesy Otago Regional Council.
    Braided River
    Smart Water Utility

    Otago, New Zealand upgrades key water data with a new data management platform

    Sept. 18, 2023
    Despite the generally large water volumes present in the region, some parts of Otago are among the driest areas in New Zealand.
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    The City of Denver, Colorado.

    ECD alkalinity analyzer helps optimize corrosion control

    Aug. 25, 2023
    Denver water treatment system tests two alkalinity analyzers to prevent lead pipe corrosion.
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    Smart water products and solutions for the complete water cycle

    May 15, 2023
    Badger Meter has been an innovator in flow measurement for more than 115 years, serving water utilities, municipalities, and commercial and industrial customers worldwide with...