Puerto Rico’s Tap Water Often Goes Untested, Raising Fears About Lead Contamination

Carmen Lugo has lived in Puerto Rico her whole life, and her whole life she has feared the water that comes out of her tap. “When I was a child, we used filters,” she says, leaning on the doorjamb with her 11-year-old in front of her and two teenage sons […]

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EPA Estimates Massive Funding is Needed Over Next 25 Years

The projected increase in public demand for wastewater treatment over the course of the next 25 years is estimated to require an additional $270 billion worth of funding to sustain. Federal funding is not substantial enough to cover the staggering costs that accompany innovation and construction that will be required […]

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Demand for Wastewater Treatment Plants Expected to Rise

Our country boasts nearly 15,000 operating wastewater treatment plants that work around the clock to ensure the health of both the public and the environment. Over the past 20 years, our wastewater treatment systems have been forced to adhere to stricter regulations for discharge which in turn keeps our communities […]

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U.S. Wastewater Treatment Factsheet

Patterns of Use For many years, humans have treated wastewater to protect human and ecological health from waterborne diseases. Since the early 1970s, effluent water quality has been improved at Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs) and other point source discharges through major public and private investments prescribed by the Clean […]

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Wastewater removal and treatment is critical to protect public health

The nation’s 14,748 wastewater treatment plants are the most basic and critical infrastructure systems for protecting public health and the environment. Years of treatment plant upgrades and more stringent federal and state regulations have significantly reduced untreated releases and improved water quality nationwide. It’s expected that more than 56 million […]

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Annual Water Quality Report 2017

What’s in our water? Review the annual water quality report here: Water_Quality_Report_2017

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With 15 Million Customers Improving Water Infrastructure. It Is, Indeed, A Wonderful Life!

Source: By Dr. Mark LeChevallier In Frank Capra’s classic “It’s a Wonderful Life,” a young Jimmy Stuart explains to townsfolk where the money is that they deposited in the bank.  The impassioned George Bailey states, “Your money is in Joe’s house… right next door. And in the Kennedy house, and […]

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How to Increase Sales & Revenue: 5 Essential Strategies

This literature helps to highlight the ways that you can improve your marketing, as well, as your online presence. How you expand your distribution channels and develop proper relationships Increasing sales and revenues are related but different goals, and each needs its own strategy. Although the tactics for each might […]

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10 Ways to Improve your Digital Presence

This post helps a small business to focus its efforts on reinventing your business via online website/platform. The article gives helpful hints such as redesigning website, focusing on action that will improve your website, creating video/ visual content. Overall, very helpful hints to improve the website. If you are a […]

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8 Tips for Finding Government Contracting Opportunities

This article mentions how to improve your firms chances of receiving government contracts. Such advice includes: knowing the rules, make sure to market yourself to the right entities that are not meeting their small business goals.  Despite recent budget cuts, the U.S. federal marketplace remains a lucrative opportunity for small […]

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