SBR - Sequencing Batch Reactor technology is well known for its simplicity and low cost. It has been widely used for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment applications to meet specific effluent requirements.
by Aria Bracci February 20, 2020
In a tiny community along the St. Lawrence River in New York, people’s dishwashers were breaking down. The metal interiors were corroded, their surfaces pock-marked with white.
The massive infrastructure bill signed earlier this year promises to bring change to Native American tribes that lack clean water or indoor plumbing through the largest single infusion of money into Indian Country
By GILLIAN FLACCUS, FELICIA FONSECA and BECKY BOHRER - Associated Press Dec 23, 2021 Updated Dec 23, 2021
This is why it is a bad idea to put a storm drain directly over a water main.
Groundwater in California’s Central Valley may be unable to recover from past and future droughts
Water resources could be pushed beyond recovery in a region that provides about a quarter of the US food supply.
Date: November 18, 2021
By Glenn Coin | firstname.lastname@example.org
Syracuse, N.Y. – Nancy Furdock loved fossil hunting as a kid growing up in rural Pompey. So when odd, tubular-shaped rocks began tumbling from the backhoe digging the foundation for her new house atop a hill in Pompey, Furdock was intrigued.
EPA has released a new online tool entitled Funding Integration Tool for Source Water (FITS) to help states, federal agencies, watershed stakeholders, drinking water utilities, and users who are engaged with activities that protect sources of drinking water. FITS provides relevant information on major federal funding sources that can support source water protection. Visit https://www.epa.gov/sourcewaterprotection/fits to learn more.
Special Thanks to the Village of Sodus Point and Mr. Jeff Cook! They have donated two pneumatic diaphragm pumps. These pumps are capable to pump clear water or high viscosity liquids (i.e., liquid sludge). Each pump has a 2” intake and discharge.