Peach Lake Finds a Solution for a Dying Septic System

It only took a few generations and several hundred dying septic systems to age an idyllic vacation spot like Peach Lake. Peach Lake is a...

The Pursuit of a Green Carbon Steel Corrosion Inhibitor: Part 4 of 4

In the conclusion to this series, we will examine the testing results for organic and combined corrosion inhibitors in both hard and soft water...

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...
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...
drinking water contaminants

Innovative Solutions to Drinking Water Decontamination in Small and Medium Treatment Plants: Part 2...

Chlorine is most frequently used to disinfect drinking water, and existing regulations both limit THMs at the point of end use and require a...

Innovative Answer for Gate Repair

If there is a state that knows a thing or two about water, it’s Florida. The state contends with hurricanes that dump heavy rainfalls...

North Las Vegas Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgraded

Located within the greater Las Vegas metropolitan area, North Las Vegas, Nevada, also sits in the majestic Mojave Desert, which means that how the...

The Pursuit of a Green Carbon Steel Corrosion Inhibitor: Part 2 of 4

Building on last month’s installment in this series, this article will detail the simulated cooling tower water experiment’s test procedure for both a scaling...

Energy-Efficient Aeration for the New Century: Part 2 of 2

Aeration accounts for a 50 to 70 percent of a treatment plant’s power consumption, and in part 1 of this series, we examined the...

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...