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  1. Span Of Control Impacts Public Works Efficiency
    9/9/2011
    In today's economy, revisiting a key management tool — span of control — is paramount. Span of control is defined as the number of people a manager can supervise effectively, and can be broadly categorized as either narrow or wide. By Joyce Lorick, LA Consulting
  2. Enterprise Mobility - From 'Outside-In' To 'Inside-Out'
    7/25/2011

    The enterprise is going mobile. You're experiencing it yourself, and you're not alone: according to a forecast published by research firm IDC in February 2010, the number of mobile workers accessing enterprise systems worldwide will top the 1 billion mark this year on the way to 1.2 billion by 2013, or more than a third of the world's workforce.

  3. Project Profile: Louisville Water Company Riverbank Filtration Program
    6/9/2011
    Louisville Water Company’s Riverbank Filtration program is a landmark civil engineering project and an innovative solution to providing a new source of drinking water. The project, combining a tunnel and wells as a source for drinking water, is the first of its kind in the world. By Louisville Water Company
  4. White Paper: An Overview Of Regulations For Lead Levels In Drinking Water System Components
    6/9/2011
    This white paper presents an overview of the federal and state requirements governing the lead content in drinking water system components. It also reviews and discusses the standards and testing protocols that currently apply to these products as well as anticipated changes in the current standards. By Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL)
  5. AquaCarb® CX Series Enhanced Coconut Shell-Based Activated Carbon
    5/31/2011

    An excellent alternative to coal-based activated carbon for removing disinfection by-products and tastes/odors from surface and groundwater sources.

  6. AquaCarb® CX Series Carbons for DBP Treatment Datasheet
    5/31/2011

    Evoqua offers AquaCarb® CX Series coconut shell-based activated carbon, an alternative choice to coal-based carbon for removing disinfection byproducts and tastes/odors from surface waters and high performance VOC removal in groundwater sources.

  7. Healdsburg Plant Upgrades Net Significant Savings In Sludge Handling And Hauling Costs
    3/10/2011

    In 2004, a U.S. District Court decision designated the effluent pond for the wastewater treatment plant in Healdsburg, California, a “waters of the United States,” making the city accountable to stringent new effluent requirements. Prior to the ruling, the city had been using aerated lagoons that discharged into an inactive gravel mining pond.

  8. Case Study: Trenchless In Marysville, OH: Water Reclamation Facility Completed
    2/25/2011
    Marysville, Ohio’s wastewater system serves its growing population of 19,000 and several major industrial firms including Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, Nestle Corporation, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. and Honda of America Manufacturing. To meet the future wastewater requirements while serving its current population, the City recognized the need for a new Water Reclamation Facility. By Erin Boudreaux
  9. JetMix™ Vortex Mixing System
    2/22/2011

    The JetMix™ Vortex Mixing System provides unmatched mixing and energy efficiency for optimal digester performance.   The JetMix System's innovative, proprietary nozzle location creates optimal mixing currents that sweep the tank floor and minimize solids build-up, regardless of the tank level.  In addition, the system is easy to install, operate and maintain.

  10. Aerzen Delta Hybrid Case Study Video
    2/17/2011
    The first installation of the new technology — Aerzen's Rotary Lobe Compressor — saves 30% energy usage in the Huntington, NY Wastewater Treatment plant.