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As part of the Federal Aviation Association's (FAA) Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Program, which has been in place for over 50 years and focuses on mitigating hazards, grant monies are available for qualifying activities at General Aviation (GA) airports.

One of the ways t...

It’s hard to believe but it’s already time for us to look ahead to 2018. This past year was an interesting year for water: we saw an uptick in mergers and acquisitions (M&A), more fallout from Flint, a focus on smarter water technologies, lack of government investment...

While succession planning is a common topic in the industry, not very many people outside of it know that it’s a problem. We often hear about global warming, dwindling resources, and corporate ownership, but succession planning isn’t as hot a media topic.

But we need to...

Ways to produce understandable and quantifiable information to pinpoint reasons for perplexing lagoon effluent problems.

Wastewater treatment using lagoons is widespread in certain areas. The lagoon treatment process usually works well for wastewater treatment in some r...

Cold climates present serious difficulties for biological wastewater treatment. Falling temperatures produce lowered biological activity in lagoons, which re- sults in lower BOD removal rates. Total nitrogen removal and ammonia removal rates also decline as air and wat...

A treatment process with aerobic and anaerobic cells and a polishing reactor enables a plant in northwest Iowa to meet ammonia permit levels.

The three-cell, 6-acre aerated lagoon at the Remsen (Iowa) Wastewater Treatment Plant could not meet new ammonia permit levels o...

In January 2007, the town of Troy, New Hampshire completed a lagoon upgrade designed to meet ammonia nitrogen limits imposed in their reissued NPDES discharge permit. The plant was required to meet a summer limmit of 8.7 mg/l from May 1st through September 30th and a w...

Lemna Environmental Technologies, Inc. (LET) was distinguished for its "groundbreaking water infastructure design" in an American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Magazine article, published in their March/April 2006 issue.

The wastewater treatment plant highligh...

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