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wastewater-treatment

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  • : A portable, self-contained wastewater-treatment system, the Water Phoenix, that can convert municipal wastewater into effluent that meets U.S.

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  • A portable, self-contained wastewater-treatment system, the Water Phoenix, that can convert municipal wastewater into effluent that meets U.S.

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  • The metal is used in the stainless steel his company uses to build wastewater-treatment, oilseed-processing and other equipment, so when the price of nickel moves higher he knows that his costs are heading higher, too.

    Wholesale-Price Increases Put Squeeze on Companies

  • "Coupled with the fact that the outcome achieved was a wastewater-treatment system operating at levels far below what was anticipated, it is difficult to conclude that the project was worth the $100 million investment and the many lives lost," the audit states.

    U.S. Agency Says Iraq Will Need Oversight

  • "Instead, I would respectfully suggest that the Fallujah wastewater-treatment plant is a model of how to turn around a project on the verge of failure."

    U.S. Agency Says Iraq Will Need Oversight

  • In a response to the audit, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Iraq Barbara Leaf said the wastewater-treatment project had shown some success, despite the initial setbacks.

    U.S. Agency Says Iraq Will Need Oversight

  • Stuart Bowen, the head of the watchdog agency, said the wastewater-treatment project—which was ambitious, difficult to sustain and failed to take into account the capacity of the local government—was emblematic of U.S. reconstruction efforts in Iraq.

    U.S. Agency Says Iraq Will Need Oversight

  • These facilities gather and incinerate solid waste from wastewater-treatment plants all over the city.

    Moms Turn Activists in Japanese Crisis

  • GATLINBURG, Tenn. — Crews on Tuesday recovered the bodies of two workers from the rubble of a wastewater-treatment plant wall that collapsed earlier in the day, while officials continued to investigate what caused the breach that released sewage into a rain-swollen river at Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

    Tennessee Sewage Plant Spill: 2 Bodies Found After Gatlinburg Wastewater-Treatment Plant Incident

  • If you you replace suburban shopping centers with highly intensive urban “farms” that would be more like greenhouse complexes, they would already have a built-in irrigation system for dry weather and could divert their nutrient-rich farm runoff to the local wastewater-treatment plant, many of which are “advanced,” which means they remove the nitrogen and phosphorus.

    Matthew Yglesias » Urban Farming

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