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  1. Pumping: Fundamentals for the Water and Wastewater Maintenance Operator by Frank R. Spellman, Joanne Drinan, 2001-01-15
  2. Spellman's Standard Handbook for Wastewater Operators: Volume I, Fundamental Level, Second Edition by Frank R. Spellman, 2010-08-30
  3. Industrial Wastewater Treatment by Activated Sludge by Derin Orhon, Fatos Germirli Babuna, et all 2009-01-15
  4. Standard Methods: For the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 18th Edition by Arnold E. Greenberg, 1992
  5. Ecological Planning, Design, & Engineering. Solving Global Water Crises: New Paradigms in Wastewater and Water Treatment. Small and On-Site Systems for Water Self-Sufficiency and Sustainability. by Jo-Shing Yang, 2007-10-20
  6. Practical Wastewater Treatment by David L. Russell, 2006-09-12
  7. Wastewater Treatment: Biological and Chemical Processes (Environmental Science and Engineering / Environmental Engineering) by Mogens Henze, Poul Harremoes, et all 2010-11-02
  8. Water-Quality Trading: A Guide for the Wastewater Community by Cy Jones, Lisa Bacon, et all 2005-10-13
  9. Wastewater Operator Certification Study Guide by John Giorgi, 2009-08
  10. Safe Work Practices for Wastewater Treatment Plants, Second Edition by Frank R. Spellman, 2000-10-31
  11. Water and Wastewater Project Development by Frank Rendell, 1999-01-01
  12. Math for Wastewater Treatment Operators Grades 1 & 2 by John Giorgi, 2009-02-18
  13. Upgrading Wastewater Treatment Plants, Second Edition (Water Quality Management Library) by Glen T. Daigger, 1998-06-09
  14. Small & Decentralized Wastewater Management Systems by Ronald Crites, George Tchobanoglous, 1998-04-02

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Civil engineering services for site design, transportation, structures, surveying, and wastewater. Based in Bowman, North Dakota with offices in Pierre, Sturgis, Faith, and Winner, South Dakota.

82. Water Quality & Health Council - Wastewater
The Water Quality and Health Council presents information about the safe treatmentof wastewater. wastewater. Tips/Factsheets From Our Newsletter.

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Wastewater Chlorination: An Enduring Public Health Practice

-Chlorine Chemistry Council From Our Newsletter Latest Edition of Drinking Water and Health Now Available
(Summer 2002) Protecting Groundwater Resources - A Critical Step in Ensuring Safe Drinking Water
(October 1994) drinking water pools and spas food and surfaces wastewater ...
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83. ALULINE Limited | Specialists In Grease Traps And Biological Drain Dosing
Biological products for treatment of oils, fats, hydrocarbons and wastewater.

84. Welcome To - Home
Metro wastewater, MWRD, Metro Sewer, Metro Sewage, Metro Denver, wastewater (alsowaste water), wastewater treatment (also waste water treatment), sewage, sewer
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Welcome to Wednesday 26 May 2004 The Metro Wastewater Reclamation District was formed by the Colorado state legislature in 1961 to provide wastewater transmission and treatment services to member municipalities and special connectors in compliance with federal, state, and county laws.
The Metro District serves approximately 1.5 million people from a 380-square mile service area that includes Denver, Arvada, Aurora, Lakewood, Thornton, Westminster, and more than 45 sanitation and water and sanitation districts.
The Metro District treats about 160 million gallons of wastewater a day. After treatment, the water is discharged into the South Platte River, where it provides nearly ninety percent of the water in the River for nine months of the year.
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85. Analytical Technology, Inc. - Sensing Technologies For Air And Water Monitoring
Leading manufacturer of water and wastewater treatment products for the municipal and industrial markets including sensors, ozone, chlorine, oxygen monitors and gas detection.
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86. Aerobic Wastewater Treatment By
Aerobic wastewater Treatment Information Available by wastewater treatment sources presented at
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Aerobic wastewater treatment sources presented at Aerobic wastewater treatment information available by clicking above. Find aerobic wastewater treatment on The Challenge OUR-BODst Respirometer was designed specifically as an activated sludge respirometer measure oxygen uptake rates, toxicity, and short-term BODs. Objective is to manufacture and sell a line of analyzers for asphalt and concrete pavement analysis. a leader in design and manufacture of respirometers for supporting industrial wastewater treatment. There are over 200 units currently in use around the world. An easy-to-use respirometer minimize set up time by using standard laboratory glassware. Below are just some of the installations and their applications. Related terms include biodegradable testing lab specific gravity factors for gas flow in valves lab testings fda research wastewater treatment process and technolo , and chemical kinetics and enzyme reaction . a leader in development and application of bench-scale assessment in wastewater treatavility. An ability to measure oxygen uptake rates using full-strength mixed liquors and wastewater samples. developer of the most versatile asphalt pavement analyser available in the world.
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87. Precision Instruments And Controls - Barometers, Density Monitors, Level Control
Manufacturer of precision instruments and controls including barometers, density monitors and level control for use in applications in chemical, petrochemical, food, medical, pharmaceutical, water and wastewater treatment, utility industries.
"Instrumentation designed with the user in mind." PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN MANUFACTURER
Princo Instruments, Inc. has been manufacturing precision instruments and controls including: Barometers Density Monitors and Level Controls since 1910. When you need Precision , you need Princo TM The Pr ecision In strument Co mpany TelemetrySCADA™ The newest approach to process control Harnessing the POWER of the Internet For Level Control Products visit Princo TM products are used around-the-world in numerous measurement applications in the chemical, petrochemical, food, medical, pharmaceutical, water and wastewater treatment, utility industries and more. In addition, many research laboratories, universities, and various government agencies have been relying on the precision of Princo TM instruments for decades. Groundbreaking Innovations from Princo TM The first and only 10-year warranty on level instruments.

88. Welcome To BSC Lab
Private laboratory that does testing of water, wastewater, food, and soil, for homeowners, municipalities, and industry. Kennett Square, Pennsylvania.
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89. LOTT: An Introduction To Wastewater Management
The LOTT wastewater Alliance helps preserve and protect public health, the environmentand water resources by providing wastewater management services for the
HOME BASICS AGENDA PROJECTS NEWS PLAN STATS JOBS TOUR E-MAIL US LIBRARY LINKS THE LOTT ADMINISTRATION OFFICES HAVE MOVED TO 111 MARKET ST. NE SUITE 250 OLYMPIA, WA 98501 An Introduction to LOTT The LOTT Wastewater Alliance helps preserve and protect public health, the environment and water resources by providing wastewater management services for the urbanized area of north Thurston County. Its four government partners (Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater and Thurston County) jointly manage wastewater resources for a 14,000 acre area, serving a population of about 78,000 people. Their joint efforts currently include a central treatment plant , major sewer lines, flow management, and long-range planning. A long-range plan and revised governance structure were approved by the LOTT Partners. The new structure, called the LOTT Alliance, was fully implemented July 1, 2001. LOTT 2004 Adopted BUDGET

90. Iowa Water Pollution Control Association
Member association of the Water Environment Federation, concerned with wastewater treatment and water quality. Organization information, public education materials about current issues, job postings, and related internet links.
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Biosolids Education

Water Sourcebook

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Committee Reports Job Postings IWPCA Library ... 5-S Members IOWA WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ASSOCIATION
Established 1915 The object of the Association shall be the advancement of the knowledge of design, construction, operation, and management of WATER POLLUTION CONTROL WORKS and the encouragement of a friendly exchange of information and experience A Member Association of the Water Environment Federation Current Topics IWPCA 86th Annual Conference coming soon! Conference information is available on-line (May 17, 2004) Public Relations Committee announces student science contest winners (May 11, 2004) Biosolids Committee sends letter to EPA Administrator Leavitt in support of Biosolids Data Management System (April 23,2004) Iowa EPC takes action on TDS and chloride standards . (April 16, 2004)

91. LBL Develops Environmentally Friendly Technique For Recovering Metals From Waste
Environmentally friendly technique recovers metals from wastewater. August26, 1994. By Lynn Yarris, An environmentally
Environmentally friendly technique recovers metals from wastewater
August 26, 1994
By Lynn Yarris, An environmentally benign technique for removing and recovering metals from waste water that is being developed by LBL scientists could be used to clean up abandoned open-pit mines such as the Berkeley Pit in Butte, Montana. Richard H. Fish, a chemist with the Energy and Environment Division, led the research into chemically modifying tiny polystyrene beads with a special type of organic molecule called a ligand so that they recognize and tightly bind to certain metal ions. The beads are then removed from water and the metals are recovered from the beads. Located in an ore-rich section of southwestern Montana, the Berkeley Pit is a vast open-pit mine that was closed in the 1980s and has been slotted by the U.S. Department of Energy as a "demonstration site" for environmental reclamation. Following the shutdown of mining operations, the Berkeley Pit was filled with some 17 billion gallons of water. Suspended in this water are substantial concentrations of various types of metal ions, including iron, copper, zinc, manganese, magnesium, and aluminum. "Recovering the metals in the Berkeley Pit could be worth billions of dollars," says Fish. "Even if the recovery of the metals were not in itself economically viable, it would help defray the costs of cleaning up the pit."

92. Public Works - Engineering, Construction And Maintenance
Welcome to Public Works, Online Edition, the home page for Public Works Magazine and Public Works Manual; reports to engineers who design, construct, operate, maintain, and rehabilitate public works and infrastructure water, wastewater, solid waste, roads, bridges, highways, outdoor recreation facilities; with daily news, article archives, online articles, and research tools. PW frequently publishes articles related to trenchless technology.
Public Works serves industry professionals, consulting engineers, and contractors who design, construct, operate, maintain, and rehabilitate public works and infrastructure projects and programs in cities, counties, states, utilities, and special districts. June 2004 News
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93. Biotechnology For Waste And Wastewater Treatment
Biotechnology for Waste and wastewater Treatment by Cheremisinoff, NP ©1996 William Andrew Publishing/Noyes Title Details Ordering Info

94. New Holstein Utilities
Locally owned and operated electric, water, water softener and wastewater facility serving customers in New Holstein, Wisconsin. Customer services, issues, information for business customers, and online services.
Students from New Holstein Elementary School learn about energy conservation and electric safety from a performance of "The Energized Guys". Cross Connection and Backflow Prevention
This summer New Holstein Utilities water personnel will begin surveying homes and business for the possibility of cross connections or backflow problems that may exist. The surveying process will take several years to complete. Read More Students Receive Electric Safety and Conservation Message
New Holstein Utilities recently sponsored a touring theatre show designed to educate young students about energy conservation and electric safety. Read More
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95. Technical Bulletin, No. 6: On-Site Wastewater Treatment
New Alchemy Archives OnSite wastewater Treatment Systems. This does not, however,imply a need to spend more money for greater wastewater purification levels.
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On-Site Wastewater Treatment Systems
A Brief Description of Ecological, Economic and Regulatory Factors
Technical Bulletin No. 6 Text and graphics by Tad Montgomery Revised and reprinted January 1990. ISSN 0898-7580 ISBN 0-933822-17-0
Introduction The Standard Septic System
Advantages and disadvantages
Some Alternatives

Alternating leach fields
Evapotranspiration beds and mound systems
Aerobic treatment units RUCK denitrification system Peat beds Alum Precipitation Constructed wetlands and ecosystems Composting Toilets Introduction System designs Codes for composting toilets Products and designs Gray Water References Glossary Annotated Bibliography and Resource List
Despite spending billions of dollars on high-tech treatment facilities and imposing countless regulations on homeowners, our society still does not deal with its wastes in a manner compatible with the environment. The results of our present wastewater treatment practices can be seen in eutrophic ponds choked with algae and plant growth, streams and rivers where most of the fish and amphibians are diseased or gone, and groundwater that is too polluted to drink. Fortunately, we are becoming aware of our destructive patterns. With this awareness comes a responsibility to design new ways of living. This does not, however, imply a need to spend more money for greater wastewater purification levels. The standard solution has been to built complex, expensive municipal treatment plants which merely shuffle the problem from one arena to the next; from the pollution of groundwater and local surface water by septic systems to the pollution of rivers, lakes, oceans and landfills by municipal treatment plant effluent and sludge. With the elimination of federal funding for wastewater treatment, this solution has become obsolete.

Represent the common interest of Canada's municipal water and wastewater systems. Provides information on all water related issues including federal and interprovincial policies, programs, legislation and national codes or standards.

97. USInfrastructure, Inc. - Consulting Engineers
Small Business Administration (SBA), 8(a) certified professional engineering firm with offices around the country. Primary expertise is projects related to water and wastewater, water resources, transportation, environmental engineering, GIS, civil design, construction management. Services include trenchless pipe rehabilitation consulting.
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98. On-Site Wastewater Research
Welcome to the OnSite wastewater Reasearch Program Information page.CWRS has been active in on-site research since 1981. Installation

Welcome to the On-Site Wastewater Reasearch Program Information page. CWRS has been active in on-site research since 1981. Installation of on-site systems in Nova Scotia is a significant industry. Currently some 5,000 applications for approval to install on-site systems are made annually in Nova Scotia. The majority of these applications are for individual houses, but they also include other establishments, such as schools, campgrounds, apartment buildings, industrial developments, and mobile home parks. The annual capital cost of these on-site systems probably exceeds $10 million, and they represent an essential component of a total building cost in excess of $250 million per year. Properly operating on-site systems can provide significant cost savings in comparison with central services. A typical on-site system in Nova Scotia costs $3,500, compared with an average cost in excess of $15,000 per connection to install central services. Operating costs of on-site systems are also lower than for central systems. The use of on-site sewage disposal systems to serve exisiting and future developments will continue for the foreseeable future. Development of improved systems , based on utilization of state of the art materials and research results that provide a better understanding of the functioning of on-site systems , and their environmental and health impact, will insure that the immense investment can be protected and enhanced.

99. Casne Engineering, Inc. - Electrical And Technology Consultants
Consultants for electric utilities, power systems, control systems, and information technology for manufacturing, water treatment, wastewater treatment.
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Casne Engineering is finding innovative ways to manage energy costs using web technology and information-on-demand. Read full feature > Casne Engineering, Inc 10604 NE 38th Pl, Ste 205, Kirkland, WA 98033 Web site by Casne Technology Services

100. Wastewater Pollution In China
wastewater Pollution in China. by. Kris Min. ABSTRACT. wastewater pollutionhas always been a major problem throughout the world.
Wastewater Pollution in China by Kris Min ABSTRACT Wastewater pollution has always been a major problem throughout the world. The lack of suitable water used for drinking, agriculture, farming, etc. has declined through the years. With a shortage of water throughout the world, proper methods of treating and recycling water is the key goal in sustaining our limited water resource supply. Geographically speaking, the wastewater pollution within China has affected the environment, society, and agriculture. The water pollution crisis in China has brought up an issue of efficient wastewater treatment methods to help alleviate their problems. Throughout this paper, we will discuss the topics on the effects of wastewater pollution towards the environment and the society (health factors, agriculture, economic impacts, etc). At the same time, proposals for wastewater treatment procedures and facilities to help the water crisis in China will be discussed. INTRODUCTION The lack of clean water has always been an issue of environmental concern all over the world. This environmental issue is mainly stressed in developing countries today. The main sources of water pollution are: industrial (chemical, organic, and thermal wastes), municipal (largely sewage consisting of human wastes, other organic wastes, and detergents), and agricultural (animal wastes, pesticides, and fertilizers) (Brower, 1990). For the past several years, China has been affected with the water pollution crisis. Three examples of wastewater pollution crisis in China are the City of Tianjin, the Chao Lakes and Xian City.

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