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AWWA SC

This week saw the whole of the whole of the Carolina’s Water and Environment industry descend on Myrtle Beach for the South Carolina Environment Conference…

An Evaluation of the Accuracy of On-line THM Monitoring

This study shows that the proactive performance of AMS’s on-line THM-100 monitor is as accurate and precise as offline commercial laboratories. Allowing utilities to take immediate action to optimize the treatment process…
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Enabling THM Control At The Badger Filtration Plant Using The AMS THM-100 Analyzer

The R.E. Badger Filtration Plant is a 40 MGD Conventional Filtration plant that treats water for the Southern California cities of Rancho Santa Fe, Encinitas, Solana Beach and Fairbanks Ranch…
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Ensuring Safe Water in the Shadow of California’s Wildfire

The dangers caused by the enormous wildfire near California‚Äôs Yosemite National Park are clear to anyone who has seen the dramatic videos and photos. But a fire that has already razed an estimated 134,000 acres of land in nine days…
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Should we be better informed about the quality of our drinking water?

In our up-to-the-minute, news-driven, high-tech world, consumers can demand and receive information on just about everything from the ingredients of their favourite foods to their local air-quality index…
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Big Data Opportunities for Water

Change is inevitable. This is true even for the water community. As an industry, we have self-acknowledged that we are behind in a number of areas and are finally grappling with the change that is occurring…
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National Parks Tell Disposable Bottles To Take A Hike

With the start of summer upon us, have you planned out your vacation yet? Some of the best summer spots are the beautiful national parks we have all across the country. With more than 400 parks in every state of the union, there are many great options…
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Nation’s drinking water system needs $384B upgrade

The nation’s drinking water systems are deteriorating, and $384 billion needs to be spent in the next 17 years to maintain a safe supply for millions of Americans, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)…
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No Water Doubts During Summer Days’ Droughts

The days are getting longer, the temperature is rising and the flip-flops are hitting the pavement again! Summer 2013 is on its way…
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Trends in Indirect and Direct Potable Reuse

George Tchobanoglous talks about the indirect and direct potable reuse…
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