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http://www.wastewaternews.org/2010/02/taking-green-to-extreme.html   This elite NYC highrise makes use of a system which recycles wastewater.  Treated wastewater is recirculated for use in cooling towers and toilets; likewise, water from washing machines...
by Nadia Vedder (veddern) at Monday, May 2, 2011 12:16am 0 comments


http://www.wastewaternews.org/2010/03/artificial-sweetners-found-in.html   German researchers have found traces of artifical sweeteners in treated waters.  The research took samples from two sewage treatment facilities, as well as a soil aquifer...
by Nadia Vedder (veddern) at Sunday, May 1, 2011 10:34pm 0 comments


http://www.wastewaternews.org/2010/02/gresham-wastewater-plant-goes-solar.html   This great article shared the story of a city going green.  They recently installed a solar array to provide some of the power for the local wastewater treatment plant.  In...
by Nadia Vedder (veddern) at Sunday, May 1, 2011 10:13pm 0 comments


http://www.wastewaternews.org/2010/03/average-american-household-water-and.html   This article discusses the dramatically increasing costs of wastewater treatment, and where the funding comes from.  There is an anticipated problem with funding the rising...
by Nadia Vedder (veddern) at Sunday, May 1, 2011 9:27pm 0 comments


http://centralny.ynn.com/content/top_stories/539018/st--joseph-s-er-resumes-normal-operations/   About a month ago, the St Joseph's Hospital in Syracuse NY experienced a sewer back-up.  The back up actually caused flooding in the ER, causing it to be...
by Nadia Vedder (veddern) at Sunday, May 1, 2011 8:17pm 0 comments

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