WE&T Magazine Archives


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December 2009
Editorial Focuses:

Biosolids & Residuals, Energy Management, Operations Challenge, Clarification

Featured Articles:

Do Your Homework: There are many factors to consider when establishing a successful heat-dried biosolids program

TRA CReWSers Collect Another Division 1 Victory at Operations Challenge.09: Windy City Wizards Cast a Spell on Division 2 Competition


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November 2009
Editorial Focuses:

Membranes, Sewer Rehabilitation, Asset Management, Instrumentation

Featured Articles:

The Right Pipe at the Right Time: Improved condition assessment technologies can help utilities fix larger portions of their systems than before

Thinking Inside the Box: Retrofit provides low-cost alternative to traditional construction


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October 2009
Editorial Focuses:

Fats, Oils, and Grease; Maintenance, Tertiary Treatment; Preliminary Treatment

Featured Articles:

What's Old Is New Again?: Ozone is gaining greater prominence as interest grows in microconstituent removal, water reuse

WAWTTAR: A planning tool for selecting wastewater treatment technologies


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September 2009
Editorial Focuses:

Design Innovation, Workforce Issues, Lab Practices, Low-tech Systems

Featured Articles:

Greener Plants: Designing and operating a sustainable wastewater treatment plant

Fresh Is Not Always Best: An evaluation of glucose-glutamic acid stability


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August 2009
Editorial Focuses:

Water Reclamation & Reuse, Public Education, Bioenergy

 

Featured Articles:

Taking It to the Next Level: Advanced membrane filtration for water reuse applications

Siloxanes: The hidden threat to biogas systems


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July 2009
Editorial Focuses:

Industrial Pretreatment, Microconstituents, CSOs/SSOs, Preliminary Treatment

Featured Articles: Lucky No. 9: Plant upgrades and a new CSO-abatement facility reduce untreated discharges to the Connecticut River by 92%

Big Prevention in a Small Footprint: Wisconsin utility uses innovative design methods to overcome site limitations and fix a sanitary-sewer overflow problem

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June 2009
Editorial Focuses: Activated Sudge, Thickening & Dewatering, Financial Management, Odor & Corrosion Control
Featured Articles: How Low Is Too Low?: Several years of low-dissolved-oxygen operations improve effluent quality

Taming Wild Sewer Systems: Municipalities using microbial addition in the collection system to improve economics of wastewater treatment

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May 2009
Editorial Focuses: Filtration, Stormwater, Watershed Management, Pathogen Reduction
Featured Articles: Stormwater Management: The Next Frontier: After languishing for decades in relative obscurity behind its drinking water and wastewater counterparts, stormwater management is assuming greater importance for many municipalities and utilities

Raising the Bar: Trickling filter upgrades provide better performance and stormwater storage

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April 2009
Editorial Focuses:

Water Reclamation & Reuse, Public Education, Bioenergy

Featured Articles:

Taking It to the Next Level: Advanced membrane filtration for water reuse applications
Siloxanes: The hidden threat to biogas systems


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March 2009
Editorial Focuses: Collection Systems, Distributed Systems, Public Outreach & Education, Process Optimization
Featured Articles: Better Treatment Focusing on SRT, Not Solids Inventory: Rethinking the goal helps two municipal agencies improve activated sludge performance

Under Pressure To Perform: Developing an operation and maintenance program for wastewater air-release valves

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February 2009
Editorial Focuses:

Disinfection, Thickening & Dewatering, Information Management, Pumps

 

Featured Articles: It All Starts With IT: IT strategic planning can serve as the catalyst for continuous business improvements throughout an organization

How To Overcome the Six Factors Holding Back Your Automation

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January 2009
Editorial Focuses: Membranes, Utility Management, Hydraulic Modeling, Emission Control, 2009 State of the Industry
Featured Articles: Plan Ahead With MBRs: This new Arizona treatment plant helps with both current and future water-management needs

A Handy Solution: Staff develop odor-control units at a fraction of the cost of paying someone else to design and build them