Ground Water Recharge with Sewage Effluent
Recharge systems for soil-aquifer treatment (SAT) of conventionally treated sewage effluent typically remove essentially all suspended solids, biodegradable material (BOD) and microorganisms...

Ground Water Recharge Through Excavated Basins
Excavated basins were used to bypass slowly permeable soils in the Southern High Plains and artificially recharge the Ogallala aquifer. Recharge rates with turbid playa water were as rapid...

The Mid-Connecticut Resource Recovery Project: A Functional Renovation

Life Extension for the Sayreville and E. H. Werner Stations

Electrostatic Precipitator Replacement

Modernization and Up-Grading of Cased-Wheels Hydro Plants

Detection, Control, and Renovation of Contaminated Ground Water
The papers in this book provide technical guidance to engineers regarding the problems, solutions, and uncertainties associated with groundwater contamination in the United States. The...

Case Study—Wyre Wynd Hydroelectric Project
To combat rising energy costs, Southwire Company, a manufacturer of wire and cable products headquartered in Carrollton, Georgia, began generating its own electrical power at the company's...

Renovation of the Shoshone Powerplant, Wyoming
Shoshone Powerplant and Buffalo Bill Dam are located on the Shoshone River approximately 5 miles (8. 1 km) west of Cody, Wyoming. The Powerplant was completed and the first two generating...

Waterfront Parks in the Boston Area
Two recently completed waterfront parks in Cambridge and East Boston, Massachusetts are discussed. The Bird Island Flats 'Harbor Walk' project is a 15-foot wide,...

Terminal 5 Renovation—Port of Seattle
The Port of Seattle is currently renovating its Terminal 5 facility on the west bank of the Duwamish River on the west side of Harbor Island in Seattle. This paper describes the methods...

An Experimental Study on the Effect of Wastewater Application in Dry Wells and Its Impact on Groundwater
A study was conducted in order to gather accurate information on the effectiveness of dry wells for use in wastewater disposal and the effect of such disposal practice on groundwater....

Renovation Versus New Construction for High Technology Manufacturing Facilities
The purpose of this paper is to compare the differences between renovation and new construction for High Technology Manufacturing Facilities. The standards of quality, cost, and schedule...

Designing for High Technology Use
Four papers are presented detailing factors and/or case studies on high technology facilities. The authors represent different points of view. An owner discusses the three phases of the...

Expansion of the Electro-Coal Transfer Terminal
This paper briefly describes renovation and expansion of the coal and phosphate marine terminal in Davant, La. The program included: replacement of existing berths damaged by marine accident;...

Cable Car Renovation Project: On Time and on Budget
San Francisco Municipal Railway officials had originally expected it would take three years to renovate the nine miles of deteriorated trackway and restore and seismically upgrade the...

Renovation of a New Zealand City: Lessons from Refurbishment and Replacement in Wellington City Business District

Rehabilitation & Renovation of Concrete Buildings

Rehabilitation, Renovation, and Reconstruction of Buildings
This document constitutes the proceedings for a National Science Foundation funded workshop to discuss research needs pertaining to the buildings side of infrastructure. It includes discussion...

Repair and Renovation of Decaying Curricula

 

 

 

 

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