What�ll They Think of Next? Dewatering Contaminated Slurries Using Geotextile Tubes
Sediment must be dredged from the bottom of waterbodies to maintain their capacity and navigability. Dredging, by its nature, involves the removal of highwater-content slurries and also helps preserve...

Cyberattack on Florida Water Treatment Facility Should Prompt Security Assessments

70 Years of Soil-Bentonite Slurry Walls: So, What's New
The soil-bentonite slurry wall (SBSW) is an established ground improvement technology that continues to find applications. It�s often the best and most economical vertical barrier to essentially stop lateral...

California Would Benefit from Increased Anaerobic Digestion of Food Waste, Study Says

Chronic Drought Could Cause Water Shortages in the Colorado River Basin, Reclamation Warns

USDA Awards Nearly $900 Million for Rural Water and Wastewater Projects

Florida City�s Water System Opens New Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant

To Improve Resiliency, Los Angeles Aims to Recycle All Wastewater by 2035

Wet Weather Treatment Station Will Reduce CSOs in King County, Washington

California Agency to Test Anaerobic Approach As Replacement

California Towns Take Step toward Indirect Potable Reuse with Demonstration Facility

America�s Water Infrastructure Act Reauthorizes WRDA, Safe Drinking Water Programs
The recently enacted America�s Water Infrastructure Act updates the civil works program of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, reauthorizes the federal dam and levee safety programs, and authorizes additional...

Committee Passes Bills Granting Regulatory Flexibility, Assistance for Wastewater Operations
A key Senate committee approves bills to facilitate integrated planning under the Clean Water Act and to establish a program of technical assistance for small and medium-sized providers of wastewater treatment....

Portland Development Conducts District-Scale Wastewater Treatment and Reuse

San Diego Looks to Indirect Potable Reuse to Address Water Needs, Fix Waiver Issue

Demonstration Project Aims for Purified, Drinkable Wastewater

Long-Term Performance Monitoring of a Hillside Retaining Wall
To accommodate expansion of the West Point Treatment Plant in Seattle, WA, a 3,000-ft-long soldier pile, tieback-anchored retaining wall was constructed from May 1991 to May 1992. An oblique...

Operations Begin at Austin's New, 50 mgd Treatment Facility

Changes to South Carolina Wastewater Plant Boost Capacity, Quality

Coal Companies Must Upgrade Wastewater Treatment Systems As Part of Settlement





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