New Materials Excels at Removing Copper from Water

Proposed Rule for Lead and Copper in Drinking Water Raises Concerns

Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority to Replace Lead Service Lines by 2027

Lead-Free in Louisville
Long before lead in drinking water became a common concern, the Louisville Water Co. began a concerted campaign to identify and remove publicly owned lead service lines from its distribution system. Earlier...

State of the Practice for Laboratory Testing of Soft Soils: It's All in the Details
As with all material testing, soils testing has undergone dramatic advances in technology because of computer automation. In the 1970s, laboratories were filled with dial gages, proving rings, mercury...

Perfluorinated Chemical Contamination in Drinking Water Raises Concerns in Congress
Shortly after a House subcommittee examined the issue of perfluorinated chemicals in drinking water, a group of Michigan representatives introduced legislation intended to encourage federal agencies to...

Concrete Additive Proved to Melt Snow without Deicing Salts

State, Federal Funding Offer Way Forward for Flint, Michigan, to Replace Lead Service Lines

A Sunken Submarine Full of Mercury: Safe, Controlled Construction of a Counter Fill for Seabed Slope Stabilization at about 155 to 177 Meters
On December 5, 1944, with World War II still raging and peace in Europe still six months away, the German submarine U-864 set out on her maiden voyage on a secret mission to deliver strategic war supplies...

Watershed Degradation Increases Treatment Costs for Large Cities, Study Finds

Senate Bill Aims to Prevent Chemical Contamination of Surface Water

Consulting and Design Engineering Lead Uptick in U.S. Water Industry Growth, Report Says

NewsBriefs: Wastewater Treatment Plants Fail to Remove Chemicals Toxic to Fish (Chemical & Engineering News)

Design of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants
Fully revised and updated, this three-volume set from the Water Environment Federation and the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers presents...

Chemical Grouting
Chemical grouting is used in underground construction primarily on soft-ground shafts and tunnels in an effort to control cohesionless or running ground conditions by modifying the soil....

Heave Distress Problems in Chemically-Treated Sulfate-Laden Materials

CoreBits: Industry News—Dr. Marcia McNutt Confirmed Director of USGS; Fifth International Conference on Recent Advances in Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering and Soil Dynamics; Project Lead the Way Names John Lock CEO; New Testing Program for Product and Personnel Conformance is Initiated

Coupling Physical, Chemical, or Biological Methods for Innovative Groundwater Remediation Coupled Polymer Floods and Bio-Chemical Remediation Techniques for Enhanced Groundwater Treatment
Many groundwater remediation techniques are designed to remove or destroy contaminants in situ, but these goals can be accomplished only by...

Modeling Fort Ord Site OU2's Remediation System Using Optimization
Fort Ord.s Site OU2 is located approximately 80 miles south of San Francisco near Monterey Bay in Monterey County, California. Fort Ord contains two landfills which were used for residential...

Groundwater Treatment: Chemical Catalyst Readily Destroys Perchlorate





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