Wastewater

Moulay Bousselham wastewater treatment plant

The Régie Autonome de Kenitra (RAK), a public body in charge of the distribution of water, electricity and wastewater management in Morocco, won the contract for the design and construction of the station project purification plant at Moulay Bousselham in the region of Rabat-Salé-Kénitra. The contract was awarded to Biwater Holdings Limited, a UK company dedicated to the development of …

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Yarmouth is preparing to advance alone on the sewage treatment plant

Yarmouth officials are looking to move forward without Dennis and Harwich and build a sewage treatment plant near Buck Island. The project would be presented to Yarmouth voters at a special city meeting this fall, eliminating the Dennis-Harwich-Yarmouth solution to the region’s sewage problems, although Yarmouth officials have stressed their willingness to include other cities in the project. In a …

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Designation of PFAS as Hazardous Substance / Wastewater CERCLA – Exemption for Drinking Water Services: American Water Works Association Proposed Amendment | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, PLLC

Download PDF The American Water Works Association (“AWWA”) sent a letter on July 19 to the Chairman and Senior Member of the Rules Committee of the United States House of Representatives, asking him to support an amendment (“Amendment 18” ) the PFAS Action Bill (“HR 2467”). Amendment 18 would address the potential liability of drinking water and wastewater utilities if …

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Researchers and public health officials need to learn from each other about wastewater monitoring

Newswise – MILWAUKEE _ Because the virus that causes COVID-19 – SARS-CoV-2 – can be found in sewage, the concentration of the virus in sewage gives public health officials the ability to monitor a community whole at once, regardless of testing. But monitoring wastewater during a pandemic is complex, requiring technical expertise and rapid interpretation of sample results so that …

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Citizen Suit / Clean Water Act: Notice of Intent for Environmental Integrity Project at Sue York County, Pennsylvania Food Processing Plant | Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, PLLC

Download PDF The Environmental Integrity Project (“EIP”) sent a Notice of Intent to Prosecute (“NOI”) to Hanover Foods Corporation (“HFC”) on June 29, alleging violations of the Federal Food Quality Act. Pennsylvania Water and Clean Streams Act. The alleged violations relate to the HFC Food Processing Facility (“Facility”) located in York County, Pennsylvania. The facility is supposed to produce canned, …

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Global markets and technologies for water recycling and

New York, July 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the publication of the report “Global Markets and Technologies for Water Recycling and Reuse” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p05027996/?utm_source=GNW – Membrane filtration technologies.– Membrane bioreactor technologies.– Chemical treatments and disinfection technologies.– Demineralization technologies. This report includes breakdowns by recycled water applications, which consist of – – Release into surface or underground water.– Municipal …

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TSTC graduates sought in the fields of water and wastewater treatment | New

There needs to be a process, with trained people overseeing it, to make sure the water stays clean and the wastewater is treated. “There is an increase in demand for wastewater treatment process operators, but the number of jobs in this occupational field is lower than the jobs available in chemical plants and petroleum refineries,” said Nick Cram. , Senior …

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The Gilmer Mirror – TSTC graduates sought after in wastewater treatment fields

(MARSHALL, TX) – There needs to be a process, supervised by trained people, to ensure that the water stays clean and the wastewater is treated. “There is an increase in demand for wastewater treatment process operators, but the number of jobs in this professional field is lower than the jobs available in chemical plants and petroleum refineries,” said Nick Cram, …

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