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ThermoEnergy taps Dawson James to help penetrate global water treatment markets

WORCESTER, Mass. — ThermoEnergy Corp. has entered into a global business development agreement with Dawson James Financial Services, Inc., according to a press release. Dawson James will tap its
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Failed pump sends sewage into Willamette River

PORTLAND, Ore. — About 1,800 gallons of raw sewage flowed into Oregon’s Willamette River on Sunday after a pump failed at an apartment building, KATU.com reported. The leak was
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Memphis wastewater plant shuts down, sends sewage into Mississippi River

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The city of Memphis, Tenn., was forced to send untreated sewage into the Mississippi River after a broken shut-off valve flooded three pump motors and shut
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Vertical Screening System

Wastewater pump stations face an influx of sewer clogging rags and debris, so JWC Environmental engineers developed the breakthrough vertical Auger Monster® screening system to fit inside cramped pump stations
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Biogas project to save Philadelphia water dept. $12 million in energy costs

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. and PHILADELPHIA – Ameresco, Inc., an energy efficiency and renewable energy company, and the Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) have announced an agreement to design, build and maintain
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Wastewater plant murder case goes to trial

MARTINEZ, Ga. — A jury heard opening statements today in the trial of a man accused of shooting a Columbia County wastewater treatment plant employee last April, the Columbia
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Ann Arbor plans $120 million wastewater plant renovation

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The city of Ann Arbor, Mich., is planning a $120 million renovation of its wastewater treatment plant, AnnArbor.com reported. The renovation, which includes replacing worn
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Sewage treatment plant operator receives six-month prison sentence

NIOTA, Tenn. — Donald Jack Clark, a sewage treatment plant operator in Niota, Tenn., has been sentenced to six months in prison and another six months of home confinement
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Teijin Joins Kesennuma Project to Support Recovery Efforts in Tohoku Disaster Area

TOKYO -- The Teijin Group (www.teijin.co.jp/english) announced that it will donate wastewater treatment systems and energy-efficient polyester curtains as part of its participation in the National Institute of Advanced
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Minimizing Water Footprints

Greg Ryan, co-founder and CEO of Pasteurization Technology Group (PTG), is a featured panelist at the Third Annual Water Tech Summit 2012. The Summit, which will be held on
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