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Echo looking for more solutions to wastewater problems

Echo must make adjustments to its sewer system by the end of 2019.

Echo’s city council meeting for June did not include any action on the city’s ongoing wastewater challenges. 54 more words

East Oregonian

June 23, 1909: Sewer Work in Louisville, KY

June 23, 1909: Municipal Journal and Engineer article. Sewer Work in Louisville. “The city of Louisville, Ky., is now doing a large amount of sewer main construction. 279 more words

Water History

Telluride Regional Wastewater Plan update

From The Telluride Daily Planet (Justin Criado):

Council members and several town officials visited their Mountain Village neighbors to the north in order to discuss the proposed Telluride Regional Wastewater Treatment Master Plan.

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Colorado Water

Turning Urine Into Electricity Can Also Kill Pathogens in Wastewater

Fuel cells with microorganisms that feed on pee and generate electricity already sound like a pretty clever trick. It’s one of the emerging biotechnology solutions in a world that’s moving away from fossil fuels. 609 more words

TECHNOLOGY

Research profile: Dr. Craig Just

Dr. Craig Just is an assistant professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Iowa. Up for tenure this summer, Dr. Just teaches graduate level courses along with an undergraduate principles of environmental engineering course. 1,962 more words

Iowa

Smart city: Let’s get basics right

ABB offers solutions that address some of the core issues of any city – power, water and gas, helping improve the quality of life while offering digitalization solutions to make livable cities smart. 1,008 more words

Wealth from Waste Water

With two third of this planet covered with water, it is ironic that 780 million people live without access to clean drinking water. What’s more, approx 4.5 billion people live within 50km radius of an “impaired” water resource – one that is running dry, or polluted. 560 more words