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What's in Wastewater and Why is it Dangerous?

TL; DR: Humans use water. Stuff gets in water. Humans treat water. Humans don’t die. Yay.

Water – H2O, agua, whatever you want to call it – is essential to life on Earth. 1,101 more words

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Methane Emissions and Wastewater: Sources, Effects and Solutions

To the average person, daydreaming about wastewater is something we just don’t do. Do you however consider what it is that you might be flushing down the toilet or pouring down the drain? 872 more words

5 things to watch at Thursday’s city council meetings

By Colin Killian, Public Communications Manager

The College Station City Council gathers Thursday at city hall for its workshop (5:30 p.m.) and regular (7 p.m.) meetings. 313 more words

Public Communications

How to convert your landscape into a waste water treatment plant?

Landscapes provide a calming and serene touch to any space. Landscape architecture can be defined as the skill of incorporating the man-made structures, like buildings, with the natural landscape and planting. 818 more words

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Crews repairing wastewater lift station overflow in Southland Oaks

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Due to the recent weather, Austin Water crews have responded to a wastewater overflow at the Southland Oaks lift station.

Crews responded to the lift station at the 2600 block of Frate Barker Road at around 5 p.m. 188 more words

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Risks posed by germs in toilet plume after flushing toilets

After one of my LinkedIn colleagues put the question to me, I decided to discuss in this article the risks posed by toilet plume during and after toilet flushing, especially in healthcare premises with lidless toilets. 555 more words

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Oozing sewage found at malfunctioning wastewater plant

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Lost Creek resident Tim Beets didn’t need to see the overflowing raw sewage at a neighborhood wastewater plant Tuesday afternoon, to know what was happening. 438 more words

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