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Five Reasons to Harvest the Power of Biogas

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Not every utility that cleans wastewater views itself as a wastewater treatment plant.

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Building Barriers

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Published in Water & Wastes Digest.


The Northern Village of Île-à-la-Crosse, Saskatchewan, Canada, operates a surface water treatment plant for its drinking water supply. The water source is Lac Île-à-la-Crosse in northern Saskatchewan, with its corresponding cold water temperatures.

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Step by Step

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Published in TPO Magazine.


When designing the 22.5 mgd Central Water Reclamation Facility in Cantonment, Fla., Baskerville-Donovan engineers specified oxidation ditches. The technology was familiar because the 8.2 mgd (design) Bayou Marcus sister facility had a four-stage biological nutrient removal (BNR) system.

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Tackling Turbidity

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Published by WaterWorld Magazine.


Adding pretreatment to an existing water treatment plant can provide significant process advantages when a plant is faced with challenging influent and stringent effluent water quality regulations. Removing excessive suspended solids early in the treatment scheme reduces the solids loading on subsequent processes, effectively sharing the load among all unit processes.

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Coming Clean with the Environment

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Long Island is a long, slender island, located directly east of Manhattan in the southern tip of New York State. In the 20th century, the north shore of Long Island earned the nickname of “Gold Coast” and attracted large private estates of the likes of the Vanderbilts, Roosevelts, Whitneys, Charles Pratt, J.P. Morgan, F.W. Woolworth, and others. The western end of the island includes Brooklyn and Queens, while the eastern tip includes the famous Hamptons.

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