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MILFORD, Del. — The U.S. Department of Agriculture is expected to provide over $7.5 million in funding to support two efficiency projects.
DUPAGE COUNTY, Ill. — The new system simply uses gravity to allow the liquid part of the waste to run off into its own system.
OLIVER SPRINGS, Tenn. — If more improvements are not made soon the city could be facing a civil penalty of $175,000.
CHEROKEE, N.C. — Discharge flowing back into the Oconaluftee River remains cloudy after low oxygen levels killed bacteria needed to process sewage at treatment plant.
Key topics of interest at the 82nd Annual Meeting included education, climate, energy, new partnership and municipal water issues.
PFLUGERVILLE, Texas — Officials say that anyone with a private well living within 1/2 a mile of the spill site should only use water that has been distilled or boiled.
MANCHESTER, Conn. — Residents should not be alarmed as the odor is only temporary while upgrades are ongoing.
DALLAS — Key topics of interest at the 82nd Annual Meeting included education, climate, energy and new partnerships, as well as water.
NEW YORK — This market research report analyzes the global market and developments in municipal and industrial wastewater sludge treatment equipment.
FRESNO, Calif. — Severe drought conditions in California have led to farmers seeking alternatives for watering crops.