Most experts agree that America's infrastructure needs an upgrade. But because most of it is buried underneath our roads and bridges and cannot be seen, the questions remain, “What needs to be fixed?” and “Who will pay for it?”
These pumps enhance cost efficiencies and reduce breakdowns.
EPA provides $15 million to help small drinking water and wastewater systems across the country.
More than 30 global experts convened to discuss a vision for future energy performance and a plan to help wastewater utilities become net energy producers at the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Residuals and Biosolids 2012
Overhauling or servicing big pumps and valves means dealing with big bores.
Dr. Carmona discusses the La Caldera, a large pump station in Mexico built to prevent flooding in Ixtapaluca.
An all-inclusive system converts wastewater to consumable water.
Testing the treatment method was crucial.