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Odor Control If you happen to have be in Prof. Baran’s last wastewater class, or ever driven near a wastewater treatment plant, then you probably are aware of the odor problem that is produced at treatment facilities. The treatment facility at...
by John Ryan (ryanjc) at Thursday, December 9, 2010 12:20pm 0 comments


Old Waste Water Plant Finds New Savings Recently a water treatment facility in Maine was given an upgrade. Faced with the challenge of little room to work with, engineers ultimately built a plant that uses 40% less energy then the facility previously...
by John Ryan (ryanjc) at Thursday, December 9, 2010 11:50am 0 comments


Grits Effect on the Wastewater Treatment Process When storm water runoff enters municipal water treatment systems it promotes wear and tear on the equipment.  The grit that enters the system varies depending on the soil indigenous to the region being...
by John Ryan (ryanjc) at Thursday, December 9, 2010 11:22am 0 comments


Drugs In Our Water? A recent study conducted in Norway proved that pharmaceutical drugs consumed by people were detected in waste water.  This may not be a huge surprise; however tests confirmed that drugs were also still present after water...
by John Ryan (ryanjc) at Wednesday, December 8, 2010 5:26pm 0 comments


Does the water treatment industry need to worry about a terrorist threat?  According to Homeland Security terrorism is indeed a concern of the water treatment industry.  It is reported that an explosion from the typical chlorine delivery could...
by John Ryan (ryanjc) at Wednesday, December 8, 2010 5:09pm 0 comments

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