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WesTech Recognized as Award-Winning Supplier for Water & Wastes Digest’s 2016 Top Project

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December 6, 2016 – Water & Wastes Digest recently selected the Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant’s Water Pollution Control project in Baltimore, Maryland, as a 2016 Top Project. WesTech Engineering was recognized for its role in the project: Supplying twelve 120-foot-diameter secondary clarifiers.

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WesTech Engineering Employees Donate Water Purification for Haiti Victims

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October 26, 2016  – WesTech Engineering, Inc., (WesTech) an employee-owned, leading provider of municipal and industrial solutions for wastewater treatment, water reuse and clean drinking water based in Salt Lake City, Utah, is leading an initiative to help provide clean drinking water to Haitians who have been hard hit by Hurricane Matthew.

Spearheading the effort, WesTech employees funded the purchase of 250 portable Hydraid® BioSand water filters capable of converting contaminated water into safe drinking water.
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WesTech Appoints Greg Payne, PE, as National Sales Manager of Municipal Division

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July 13, 2016 – WesTech Engineering Inc. has appointed Greg Payne, PE, as the National Sales Manager of its Municipal Division overseeing all of its municipal water and wastewater sales activities.
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Clearing the Waters to Eliminate Overflows

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Published by WE&T Magazine.


New enhanced high-rate treatment and wet-weather headworks facilities at the Springfield Wastewater Treatment Plant significantly increase peak wet-weather flow treatment capacity and decrease untreated overflows.





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Acid Mine Drainage: A Reusable Water Resource

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Published by WaterWorld Magazine.


Acid mine drainage (AMD), produced from coal and mineral mining operations, presents a difficult and costly problem. With the sheer volume of AMD sites and the contaminants associated with them, it has been described as the largest environmental problem facing the U.S. mining industry, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

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