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ES&T's Best Papers 2013: Two SEWPROF members among co-authors

The journal Environmental Science and Technology (ES&T) selected 15 articles for the best papers 2013. In the category Environmental Technology Jake O’Brien’s (UQ/Entox, Australia) manuscript, with… 116 more words


Wastewater-based epidemiology shortlisted at td-award 2013

On 21 October 2013 in Bern, Switzerland, the td-net (Network for Transdisciplinary Research) honoured recent developments and ongoing collaborations in the field of wastewater-based epidemiology. The… 71 more words


Membrane bioreactor removes phosphorus from wastewater

Yuan Wang, K. Han Tng, Hao Wu, Greg Leslie, T. David Waite. Removal of phosphorus from wastewaters using ferrous salts – A pilot scale membrane bioreactor study. 285 more words


New License Issuances – March 2014

Congratulations to all of our newly certified drinking water and wastewater operators! During the month of March, the Division of Compliance Assistance’s Certification and Licensing Branch staff issued 39 drinking water licenses and eight wastewater licenses. 36 more words


Test Your Knowledge – Finding the Percentage of Inflow and Infiltration

Now that you have read the post, Finding the Percentage of Inflow and Infiltration, try working the following practice problem on your own.

The average flow to your facility is 1.25 MGD. 57 more words


Finding the Percent of Inflow and Infiltration

There is an easy math formula to help determine infiltration, which an operator needs to be able to determine on those rainy days so adjustments can be made. 99 more words


Farewell to Mitch Zamojc, Commissioner of Public Works

Halton Region’s Commissioner of Public Works, Mitch Zamojc, is retiring after nearly six years of service to Halton residents.

Commissioner Zamojc joined Halton Region as the Commissioner of Public Works in 2008 after serving the public for more than 28 years including 12 years as Commissioner at the Region of Peel. 288 more words

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