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Wastewater

Innovative technology allows Vermont farm to manage wastewater efficiently

Waste management and wastewater treatment are two of the biggest challenges that food manufacturers and processors have to tackle on a day-to-day basis.
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Queen's University works on new wastewater treatment method

New water filtration technology that could potentially provide better opportunities for producing and using renewable energy to power wastewater treatment systems is being developed in Canada with the help of federal funding.
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Scientist develops method for producing electricity from wastewater

Dealing with challenges of any kind often requires thinking outside the box. Such an approach can be very useful when trying to figure out ways to tackle the global issue of energy resources and sustainability.
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Easy-To-Use, Long-Lasting Oil Skimmers Effectively Remove Fats, Oils from Water

For more than 20 years, J.W. Treuth & Sons Inc., a kosher slaughterhouse based in Baltimore County, Md., has used a Model 5H oil skimmer from Oil Skimmers, Inc. to remove fats, oils and greases (FOG) from kill-floor wastewater.
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Oregon fines food firm for illegal wastewater discharge

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has slapped a $9,600 fine on Norpac Foods, Inc. for breaching wastewater discharging requirements at its food processing facility in Stayton.
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California wastewater plant unable to meet food processors' demand

Despite having a state-of-the-art and environmentally friendly wastewater treatment plant, Petaluma city, Calif., is already unable to meet the increasing demand from the city's booming food processing industry.
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Cape Cod to receive funding to develop wastewater management plan

Cape Cod may soon receive a $3.35 million grant from the state to help implement a regional wastewater plan.
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Torrential rainfall leads to massive sewage spill in Louisville

Approximately 95 million gallons of untreated wastewater and stormwater was released last weekend into local creeks and the Ohio River after the mechanical screening system at the Derek R. Guthrie Water Quality Treatment Center in Louisville, Ky., malfunctioned.
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Global demand for wastewater aeration systems set to grow

The wastewater aeration systems market is likely to see dramatic growth of up to 72 percent by 2020 and is estimated to reach a total global value of $8.39 billion.
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Iowa business plans year-round wastewater irrigation system

NORTH LIBERTY, Iowa — An Iowa-based company is working on an ambitious task but it is one that might lead to a huge step forward in sustainability.
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