The Impact of I&I on Treatment Capacity
In 1999, publicly owned wastewater treatment plants served 189.7 million people and treated 32.1 billion gallons per day. Today, that number is exceedingly higher. Read More
As the water treatment industry has evolved, facilities have gone from primarily using chemicals to using aeration technologies on a more consistent basis. In much the same way, Paul Turgeon has gone from working in the chemical sector to becoming… Read More
Water Infrastructure Investments in Bas-Saint-Laurent, Quebec, Top $33M.
The governments of Canada and Quebec have announced an investment of more than $33.6 million for 12 water and wastewater projects in the Bas-Saint-Laurent region under the Clean Water and Waste Water Fund (CWWF). The financial support… Read More
How is it that a chemical process developed prior to 1910 in Germany is now having significant effects on U.S. waterways? Agricultural productivity is directly related to the holding capacity of the planet’s human population… Read More
Case Study: Del Monte Philippines Harvests Energy from Food Process Water
A waste-to-energy project undertaken by the world’s largest integrated pineapple operation, Del Monte Philippines Inc. (DMPI), has exceeded even the high effluent quality targets originally set for the job… Read More