Don’t Wanna Go Back to My Little Cesspool in Aloha, Aloha

By Joseph Harmes The Hawaiian Islands encapsulate every conceivable wastewater infrastructure challenge. High water tables requiring expensive dewatering or inviting contamination from septic tanks, which—by...

When It Comes to Clean Water Compliance, Linko Cleans Up

By Rich Prinster, Aquatic Informatics Sanitation District No. 1 (SD1) has managed Northern Kentucky’s wastewater and stormwater for more than seventy years and is committed...

A Solution for “Watered In” Landfill Gas Wells

By David Kaminski, QED Environmental Systems, Inc. Waste Management's Springhill Regional Landfill near Campbellton, Florida generates "green" energy by extracting and burning the methane in...

Giving the Bulldogs a New Bite

By Christine Nunez, PSG Dover Wilden®, part of PSG®, a Dover company and a worldwide leader in specialty pumps, recently donated a 1-1/2-inch Pro-Flo® SHIFT...

Creative Solution for Rising Water Levels

By David Giles, TerraFirma Earth Technologies The Sabine River Authority’s $75 million pipeline project, launched in early 2016, began with the task of dewatering, conducted...

Pressure Reducing Valves Safeguard Argentinian Hydropower Plant

By Patricio Egan, Singer / Mueller Hydropower, next to thermal generation, plays an important role in Argentina's energy mix. Responsible for around 36 percent of...

Hospital Water Supply Optimized with Optidrive Eco

By Owain Betts, Invertek Drives Requiring a constant and reliable water supply to medical wards, a Middle East hospital is utilising Invertek Drives Optidrive Eco...

Opting for a Smarter Pumping Solution

By Mark Hemeyer The Holland Board of Public Works is a community-owned utility charged with providing electric, water, and wastewater service to one of the...
Biomethane plant

Biomethane Plant Processes Leftovers into Green Energy

By Ann Börries, Weltec Biopower Recently, biogas plant builder Weltec Biopower completed a biomethane plant for Altho, a French manufacturer of potato chips in St....
Low Lake Level Pumping Station

Las Vegas Bets on New Project to Ensure Water Supply

Lake Mead Low Level Pumping Station can produce 900 million gallons per day Approximately 30 miles east of Las Vegas, the Southern Nevada Water Authority...