When Do Most Water Main Breaks Occur?

On March 11, 2014, in the LinkedIn blog “American Water Works Association,” Riley Vittitoe, the general manager for the water utility of Topeka, Kansas,...
FOG Reducers

Bioaugmentation Saves Money and Time

Reducing FOG and odors in collection systems and lift stations Fats, oils, and grease (FOG) can accumulate in collection systems and lift stations and cause...

A New Approach to Accurate Water Flow Measurement

Electromagnetic flow meters, or “mag meters,” are the most widely used meter technology to measure the flow of water in the world today. As...

Repair or Rethink . . .

Moundsville, West Virginia is a small city located along the Ohio River. It is home to sites like Prabhupada’s Palace of Gold and the...

Solutions for Big Water Challenges Come in Small Packages

One of the biggest clean water challenges faced by many communities is land – or rather, the lack of it. As urbanization increases and...

Tuning the Accuracy of Lift Station Flow Rates

In part one of this article, we explored pre-SCADA methods of measurement, past approaches and difficulties in measuring lift station flow rates, and the...

Tuning the Accuracy of Lift Station Flow Rates: Part 1

To tune means to adjust for optimal or improved performance. Musical tuning entails adjusting an instrument to achieve a perfect pitch. Depending on the...

More Power in Half the Size

Offering powerful, efficient pumping action in a compact and contemporary design, the recently modified Saniswift is small enough to fit easily inside a cabinet,...

Grinder Pumps On The Cutting Edge

From bicycle wheels to automobiles to typewriters and electronics, the sprawling Remington Rand complex in Middletown has held an important place in the state’s...

The Mono Muncher Takes a Bite Out of Maintenance Problems

NOV Mono solves sludge transfer problem for German wastewater plant. NOV Mono has helped solve an ongoing maintenance problem for a major German wastewater treatment...