Channel Monster Shreds Debris, Ragging

When the Santa Margarita Water District (SMWD) was formed in 1964 by a group of ranchers who wanted a reliable water source for their...

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,...

The Path to Water Innovation: Part 2 of 2

Innovation in the U.S. water industry is incremental and fragmented. In the second half of this policy brief, Ajami, Thompson, and Victor propose increasing...
drinking water contaminants

Innovative Solutions to Drinking Water Decontamination in Small and Medium Treatment Plants: Part 1of...

Though drinking water tends to be relatively clean compared with water that is being considered for other uses, it sometimes can contain contaminants. Air...

Recycling Earth’s Rapidly Shrinking Resource – Part 3 of 3

In the parts 1 and 2 of this series, we examined the benefits of reusing wastewater and the biological and disinfection processes available to...

Repair of Quake-damaged Wastewater Plant Is Life-saving Work

German-based association arche noVa specializes in the provision and restoration of drinking water supplies in disaster areas. The devastating earthquake in Nepal claims humanitarian...

The Path to Water Innovation: Part 1 of 2

The U.S. economy depends on a well-functioning water infrastructure. America’s water systems support 55 million acres of irrigated farmland, 315 million domestic users of...
Online Sensors

How to Control Activated Sludge with Online Sensors: Part 2 of 3

In part 1 of this series, we introduced a broad view of the use of online instrumentation for control of wastewater treatment aeration, which,...