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The treatment challenges of municipal and industrial water and wastewater applications are vast. Municipal plants and industrial sites play a vital role in supplying and reusing water.


Water Technology speaks with Jim Birkett on desalination past and future

LATHAM, N.Y. — Birkett has worked in the desalination field for more than 40 years and recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the IDA.

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Water Technology talks with Carrie Pollard of the Sonoma County Water Agency

LATHAM, N.Y. — The agency is part of the Sonoma-Marin Saving Water Partnership, which won an EPA Watersense Excellence Award this year.

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New membrane distillation technology enables water reuse during hydraulic fracturing

TREVOSE, PA. — GE and memsys® Clearwater Pte. Ltd. have developed a new vapor compressor-driven membrane distillation technology expected to reduce costs and increase water reuse during hydraulic fracturing.

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Thompson Pump announces move to new branch location

PORT ORANGE, Fla. — The new branch location, which includes a 5,500 square foot warehouse facility featuring a large parts room, will better accommodate the company’s growing customer needs.

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Partnership for Safe Water delivers award to Truckee Meadows Water Authority

RENO, Nev. — TMWA’s Chalk Bluff Water Treatment Plant ranks among the highest performing water treatment plants in the country.

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Municipal/Industrial News and Events - June 2013

Wastewater treatment plant adds new UV disinfection system; Installment of $34 million RO water treatment plant to double production; San Diego working on study to turn wastewater into drinking water
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Water without worry

Installing a simple chlorine detection system can provide consumers and residents assurance and peace of mind.

Municipal/Industrial News and Events - May 2013

AWWA reacts to report card for America's infrastructure
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Municipality’s Biosolids Beneficial Reuse Program helping save the environment

LITTLE FALLS, N.Y. — The initiative was sparked by new air emission quality standards set by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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Officials gather to break ground on $27.7 million wastewater treatment plant

PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. — The new plant is 1.5 times larger than the current plant, and will allow the city to irrigate athletic fields in the area.

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