Tag: wastewater treatment

David Jackson

Wastewater Treatment and Infectious Disease Outbreaks 

There are numerous questions in the water and wastewater industry regarding the safety of our workforce who may potentially be […]

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Trey Shanks

Water/Wastewater/Public Works Workers Deemed Critical in Virus Crisis

As guidance for elected officials and public works agencies, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has designated water, wastewater, drainage […]

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Michael Sherer

Direct Potable Reuse: Drought-Resilient, Sustainable Water Source of the Future

Potable reuse is a drought-resilient water supply diversification strategy that many cities are considering for supplementing their water supply. Although […]

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David Jackson

A Fundamental Approach to Determining Intracellular Storage Products

In high-rate activated sludge (HRAS) systems, extracellular adsorption and intracellular storage have been referred to as the dominant mechanisms for […]

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Arifur Rahman

Researching Carbon-Capture Technologies Through Process Model

Operators of water resource and recovery facilities (WRRFs) are increasingly interested in using carbon-capture technologies such as high-rate activated sludge […]

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Arifur Rahman

Making Wastewater Treatment More Energy-Efficient

To be more cost-effective and energy-efficient, cities increasingly are shifting their wastewater treatment plants toward energy-recovery systems. And the high-rate […]

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