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The Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center was spending between $4,500 and $8,500 per incident to remove solids from its sewage ejection pits.
P&S Issue: June 2016
Xylem CEO Patrick Decker discusses the need for technological advancements to solve global water scarcity.
P&S Issue: March/April 2015
The valves, 78 and 84 inches (1.9 and 2.1 meters) in diameter, were the largest the manufacturer had ever produced.
A total of 68 grinder pumps (three different models) was selected for Egypt’s biggest commercial project.
Solids content, water quality and flow requirements affect sewage pump design.
P&S Issue: September 2014
The Benton/Washington Regional Public Water Authority saved on energy costs and gave dependable service to its customers after replacement.
P&S Issue: September 2014
Materials, installation and maintenance needs improve compared with more traditional gravity sewer systems.
P&S Issue: September 2014
Industry leaders focus on talent acquisition and retention as the manufacturing sector grows.
P&S Issue: January 2014
Current technology provides upgrades to conventional methods and guidelines.