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Designing the Kinnet Tunnel for a 100-Year Service Life

May 21, 2020 - in News, Water

The Kinnet tunnel. Image courtesy: Arava Drainage and Streams Authority / Glimmer - Industrial Consultation   The Kinnet tunnel was designed to collect flood wa­ter from the entire Arava region and the city of Eilat, Israel. It is being constructed in…

New ASCE Standard 69 Addresses Current Practices for Managed Aquifer Recharge

May 20, 2020 - in News, Water

Reston, Va. – Ongoing demand for water supplies and the need for water storage have led Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) to becoming an increasingly important…

First Commercial Order of a Next-Generation Ultra High-Pressure Reverse Osmosis (UHP RO) Industrial System

May 14, 2020 - in Drinking water, News, Water

RICHMOND, British Columbia - Saltworks Technologies is thrilled to announce the first full-scale order for an industrial Ultra High-Pressure Reverse…

Add this new publication to your toolkit

May 13, 2020 - in News, Water

Stormwater, Watershed, and Receiving Water Quality Modeling provides straightforward guidance on a broad spectrum of modeling tools and their capabilities. Its contents offer past, present, and future perspectives of stormwater quality modeling and outline…

Microvi MNE Outperforms Established Tertiary Ammonia Removal Process at Thames Water Wastewater Treatment Plant

May 6, 2020 - in News, Wastewater, Water

Thames Water Utilities Ltd. and Microvi Biotechnologies completed a collaborative 9-month trial demonstrating Microvi's novel wastewater treatment, Microvi MNE™ (MNE). The fully automated MNE demonstration plant was configured as a tertiary nitrification…

Rice engineers: Make wastewater drinkable again

April 29, 2020 - in News, Technology, Wastewater, Water

A schematic representation of the hybrid water supply system developed by engineers at Rice University. The researchers suggest that delivering water to city dwellers can become far more efficient, and that it should involve a healthy level of recycled wastewater.…

New text provides practical knowledge for water modeling

April 21, 2020 - in News, Water

Stormwater, Watershed, and Receiving Water Quality Modeling provides straightforward guidance on a broad spectrum of modeling tools and their capabilities. Its contents offer past, present, and future perspectives of stormwater quality modeling and outline…

Rinker Materials™ Directs Traffic at Hendricks Gateway Park

April 14, 2020 - in News, Stormwater, Water

Stormwater Management System Helps Companies Navigate New Industrial Campus   MONROVIA, Ind. – Core5 Logistics Center at Hendricks Gateway Park recently opened a nearly two million square-foot multi-facility campus making it one of the highest concentrations…

Video: Water Quality Could Change in Buildings Closed Down During COVID-19 Pandemic, Engineers Say

April 13, 2020 - in COVID-19, Video, Water

It’s possible that water left sitting for long periods of time could contain excessive amounts of heavy metals and pathogens concentrated in pipes nationwide, say researchers who have begun a field study on the impact of a pandemic shutdown on buildings.

Water quality could change in buildings closed down during COVID-19 pandemic, engineers say

April 13, 2020 - in COVID-19, News, Water

Purdue engineering professor Andrew Whelton holds up a water sample from a building faucet. The pink color indicates the presence of chlorine, a disinfectant. Whelton’s team is investigating how water quality might change in buildings during a time of limited…