Supplier News

  1. Case Study: Innovative Plant Design Allows Juice Manufacturer To Meet Wastewater Treatment Requirements And Increase Production

    A producer of frozen concentrated and chilled citrus juices was in need of building their own wastewater treatment plant due to the publicly owned treatment works (POTW) facility operating at close to capacity

  2. Heart Of The Valley Sewerage District Relies On PURELAB Option-R Laboratory Water System For BOD Testing

    Heart of the Valley Sewerage District in Kaukauna, Wisconsin required high-purity water to test plant effluent for biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and other contaminants. Testing is required to ensure that the effluent meets state and federal guidelines before discharge into the Fox River

  3. The Case For Integrated Processes
    Based on research and documented case studies, it is clear that companies are realizing significant value by developing integrated processes across the enterprise. This white paper discusses what integrated processes are, how they create value, specific cases of companies succeeding with integrated processes, as well as a checklist to determine how integrated your own company’s processes are. Submitted by SAP Americas
  4. An Innovative Method For Modeling, Analysis, And Prediction Of Structural Stormwater BMP Performance
    Many stormwater structural Best Management Practices (BMPs) rely on gravitational particle settling for sediment removal. The University of Minnesota’s St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL) and BaySaver Technologies, Inc. (BaySaver), a manufacturer of hydrodynamic structural BMPs, have been able to establish statistically valid empirical correlations between the dimensionless Peclet Number (Pe) and sediment removal efficiencies in BaySaver’s hydrodynamic separators
  5. Propex Will Introduce New 3-D Woven Turf Reinforcement Mats At IECA 2007
    Propex introduced its newest Turf Reinforcement Mat, Landlok® 300, at the 2007 IECA tradeshow in Reno, Nevada. Propex's Landlok® Turf Reinforcement Mats are the industry's most advanced solutions for applications requiring immediate, long-term erosion protection, vegetative reinforcement and water quality enhancement capabilities
  6. Idaho Transportation Department Collects And Reports Data Using Wireless Technology
    In March 2005 the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) launched a PDA pilot program that would help the agency achieve enterprise application integration. ITD's managers broke new ground by introducing PDAs and specialized software from MobileDataforce to field inspectors that would help achieve the agency's goal of implementing programs that use the latest technological advancements. The program provides mobile hardware and software to ITD's Maintenance Section to facilitate the collection and distribution of data on the maintenance of rest areas across the State's six regional districts. Submitted by MobileDataforce
  7. Alternate Municipal Financing Helps Colorado City, CO

    The Colorado City Metropolitan District need to quickly and efficiently expand their water treatment infrastructure to accommodate a growing population.

  8. Rugged Computers Extend The Long Arm Of The Law
    Nothing is quite as important as time when public safety is at risk. For the Brockton (Massachusetts) Police Department, discovering new ways to serve the public more quickly and efficiently is a constant challenge for officers both on patrol and at the station. Submitted by Glacier Computer
  9. Milwaukee Sewer Tunnel Receives APWA Award As Public Works Project Of The Year
    The Milwaukee Northwest Side Relief Sewer project was presented with a Project of the Year Award by the American Public Works Association (APWA) on Sept. 11 during the APWA International Public Works Congress and Exposition in Kansas City
  10. Itron Expands Popular Distribution Design Software
    Itron, Inc. recently announced the release of new enhancement modules for their Distribution Design Studio (DDS) software for the design of overhead and underground utility lines. DDS provides electric and gas utilities with a powerful suite of line design and utility process automation tools that optimize and streamline distribution design, while giving utilities more control over how and where they implement DDS’s flexible software and hardware options