Fostering Reclamation through Cooperation
The WaterReuse Association of California is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to removing the barriers to water recycling in a State where water supply is a critical issue....

Wetland Designs for Environmental Protection?Application in India
In many developing countries raw sewage are discharged into rivers and lakes. This practice causes severe degradation of regional water quality, and often results in serious public health...

Comparison of Near-Field Dilutions Derived from In Situ Measurements and Simulated Dilutions at the Sand Island Sewage Outfall Plume, HI
Near-field dilutions of the Sand Island Treatment Plant (SITP) wastewater plume were derived from salinity measurements made at the sewage outfall between Sept. 25?Oct. 1, 1994, a period...

Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water Another Step Closer to Potable Reuse
California.s water supply is becoming increasingly unreliable, and investments to make water more reliable must be seriously investigated. In this arid region of Southern California, reclaimed...

Scour at Culvert Outlets: Considerations Present and Future
One of the major considerations in the design and rehabilitation of the national transportation system is the conveyance of tributary drainage through constructed embankments. As drainage...

Design Modification of Water Supply Intakes in Mountainous Regions
Existing river intakes for several water treatment plants in the mountainous areas of western Venezuela have experienced severe difficulties with deposition of sediment. Excessive sediment...

Strategies for Operation of Orange County Water District Talbert Seawater Intrusion Barrier, California
Heavy groundwater production in the area of coastal Orange County accounts for large seasonal fluctuations in water levels that can cause groundwater gradients to reverse seasonally. The...

Transport Modeling of the Coastal Waters of Oahu, Hawaii
A hydrodynamic model of the coastal waters around the island of Oahu, Hawaii has been constructed to provide quantitative information on the movements and mixing of water that are to be...

The Fate of Pathogenic Organisms in Mamala Bay
The fate of enteric organisms in Mamala Bay is studied using coupled hydrodynamic and pathogen fate models. The purpose of the study is to determine the contributions of various sources...

Integrated Facility Information Systems: Total Information Access
This paper will attempt to fill the void in computer information handling with regards to facility management information by providing those in the water industry with tips and suggestions...

Privatization and Water Supply/Treatment Projects
Privatization is often mentioned as a way to get much needed, but difficult to finance infrastructure projects delivered for both developed and developing countries. However, the suitability...

Time-Dependent Degradation of Structural Systems During Fire -- A Method for Failure Prediction

From Sediment to Solid
While closing a 32 acre, storm-water impoundment area contaminated with petroleum waste sediments at an oil refinery, engineers came up with a more-effective treatment plan that saved...

Cleaning Up Clay
Using soil vapor extraction to remove volatile organic compounds from ground water and unsaturated soils can achieve faster and more-complete cleanups than conventional pump-and-treat...

Canal Road Water Treatment Plant Intake Tunnels

Monitor Well Design, Installation, and Documentation at Hazardous and/or Toxic Waste Sites
This manual provides the minimum elements for consideration in the design, installation, and documentation of monitor well placement at projects known or suspected to contain chemically...

Visualizing the Flow
Digital modeling of passive cooling techniques now enables engineers to create comfortable environments in even the most unlikely of spaces�including glass atriums in the desert. Passive...

Dust-Free Chemical Stripper Puts Old Paint Out to Pasture

Calibration of XRF and Laboratory Analyses of Soil

A Comparison of Geological and Stochastic Approaches to Characterization of Heterogeneity and their Effects on Simulations of Pump-and-Treat Systems

 

 

 

 

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