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Biogas Used for Electric Power

In an earlier blog, I talked about anaerobic digestion––the degradation of organic material by anaerobic bacteria. The anaerobic digestion process is not just used in the treatment of human wastewater. 126 more words


Donala merges wastewater operations with Academy -- Tri-Lakes Tribune

From the Tri-Lakes Tribune (Danny Summers):

It may not by the biggest wastewater merger in Colorado history, but Donala Water and Sanitation grew by more than 10 percent when the Academy Water and Sanitation District Board approved a resolution to connect its wastewater operations with Donala.

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Colorado Water

It was probably said better before...

20 August, 2014

It has been the better part of a year since I’ve considered creating a blog, but I’ve been troubled by several fundamental questions for which I’ve only just come to some reasonable conclusion. 408 more words


Microbial Electricity from Cyanide!

by Emil Morhardt

The paper by Xie et al. (discussed in my August 10 post) didn’t say much about the electrogenic bacteria needed to make their microbial battery work. 220 more words

Emil Morhardt

Wastewater Management

Objectives of Wastewater Treatment:

  • To kill the pathogens
  • To improve the quality of wastewater
  • To avoid unhygienic conditions
  • To protect the aquatic life from the toxicity wastes …
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Water Resources Engineering

MSPL Inaugurates Valve Manufacturing Division in Coimbatore, India

We are proud to announce that McWane Services Private Limited (MSPL) inaugurated the Valve Manufacturing Division (VMD) in Coimbatore, India. The facility has the capacity to produce 50,000 valves per year and has its own CNC machining centers, coating plant, assembly and testing machines. 159 more words