sewer flow News

  • ADS Announces Telog Compatibility for FlowShark

    10/24/2005 New Monitor from ADS Environmental Services Now Available with Enterprise Interface Huntsville, AL - ADS Environmental Services, the leader in full-service sewer flow monitoring, today announces that their newest monitor, the FlowShark, is now compatible with Telog’s Telogers Communications Module. The FlowShark, open channel flow monitor, offers single and dual pipe measurement in ...


    By ADS Environmental Services

  • ADS Introduces Powerful Data Analysis Software for Wastewater Collection Systems

    Huntsville, AL - ADS Environmental Services, the leader in full-service sewer flow monitoring, today announces the release of their newest software, Profile 3.0. This powerful desktop software tool is an intelligent data manager that is easy to use and contains unsurpassed analytical tools. Designed for configuring, collecting, diagnosing, analyzing, and reporting flow and rainfall data from ...


    By ADS Environmental Services

  • Settlement with Revere, Mass. addresses wastewater, stormwater discharges

    Under the terms of a Consent Decree lodged in federal court, the City of Revere, Mass. will significantly reduce illegal discharges of raw sewage overflows into the environment from its wastewater collection system and separate storm sewer system. The City has estimated that it will spend approximately US$50 million to address these illegal discharges. Revere will also pay a civil penalty of ...

  • City of Mankato, Minnesota Awards Its First CIPP Project Valued at $5.1 Million to Insituform

    ST. LOUIS - Insituform Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq Global Select Market: INSU) announced today it has been awarded the first cured-in-place pipe project in Mankato, Minnesota’s history. This $5.1 million contract award will allow Insituform to rehabilitate 10,000 feet of 42-inch diameter sanitary sewer pipelines in the commercial and historic downtown areas of Mankato. “Insituform ...

  • Hampton Roads Sanitation District, Virginia Agrees to Settle Clean Water Act Violations in Chesapeake Bay Area

    Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD), based in Virginia Beach, Va., has agreed to pay a $900,000 civil penalty and to take corrective actions to reduce alleged sanitary sewer overflows from its collection system and nine sewage treatment plants that have polluted the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries, the Justice Department, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Commonwealth of ...

  • Mystery of multicoloured Shutterton Brook solved

    Environment Agency officers have been investigating the Shutterton Brook in Dawlish after reports of the river turning various shades of blue, red, white and green. The Agency had received reports about pollution on the Brook since 2012, but visits to a nearby business park had failed to identify the source. One local resident spotted the pollution and called the Agency immediately which allowed ...

  • Best possible protection against floods in residential areas

    With focus on simple and innovative solutions, we at Wapro have prevented thousands of floods worldwide. Our products are put to the test daily with chemicals, temperature changes, debris and unforeseen events. Keeping common sense and simplicity as keywords throughout development, Wapro is able to provide effective solutions which can be installed in minutes. In a residential area in ...


    By Wapro AB

  • U.S. and Mississippi Announce Clean Water Act Agreement with The City Of Jackson

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Department of Justice, and the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) announced today a comprehensive Clean Water Act settlement with the city of Jackson, Miss. Jackson has agreed to make improvements to its sewer systems to eliminate unauthorized overflows of untreated raw sewage and unauthorized bypasses of treatment at the ...

  • Long life stainless steel hydraulic submersible pumps withstand corrosion

    Stainless steel hydraulic submersible pumps, have the ability to withstand corrosive environments. They are available in trash, axial flow and material handling models. The pumps range from 4-in to 24-in. These pumps are designed for heavy duty dewatering and solids handling pumping applications. They handle solids high volumes of water up to 20,000gpm and head conditions up to 180 ft. They are ...

  • EnviroChemie wins order for wastewater deactivation and detoxification from major vaccine producer

    The wastewater from vaccine production at a world-leading pharmaceutical company will be safely deactivated and processed before being released into the sewer system. Plant constructor EnviroChemie has won the order for the planning, construction and commissioning of two wastewater processing plants for the production wastewater from a Benelux pharmaceutical company. The expansion of the ...


    By EnviroChemie GmbH

  • Industrial Launderer will pay $525,000 for clean water act violations

    AmeriPride Service, Inc., an industrial launderer with a facility in Hartford, Connecticut, will pay a $525,000 penalty under the terms of a settlement for alleged violations of federal and state clean water laws and a government-issued permit. The settlement was announced jointly by Nora R. Dannehy, United States Attorney and Ira Leighton, Acting Regional Administrator for the U.S. Environmental ...

  • Cedarburg, Wisconsin to Be Cleansed of PCBs

    CHICAGO, Illinois, October 5, 2007 (ENS) - The Cedar Creek Superfund site is in a suburban residential area in southeastern Wisconsin north of Milwaukee in the historic city and township of Cedarburg. It would be a pleasant place to live except that PCBs from two local companies have contaminated Cedar Creek so severely that the area has been placed on the U.S. Environmental ...

  • Williamsport, Pennsylvania, sanitary authority agrees to clean up sewage discharges to the Susquehanna river (PA)

    The Williamsport, Pa., Sanitary Authority (WSA) has agreed to make significant improvements to its combined sewer system at an estimated cost of approximately $10 million, in order to resolve long-standing problems with combined sewer overflows to the Susquehanna River, which flows to the Chesapeake Bay, the Justice Department and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today. Under ...

  • Measuring fats, oils and greases in wastewater

    Portable mid-IR Analyzers from Wilks Enterprise provide accurate, easy on-site analysis to assist regulators, as well as industry, to reduce the build up of fats, oils, and greases (FOG) in sewers. These analyzers are ideal for use by publicly operated treatment centers as it is important to locate and monitor sites that are suspected of dumping high levels of FOG in the sewer line. In addition, ...


    By Spectro Scientific

  • Ohio`s US$2.5bn plan to reduce overflows

    The Ohio EPA is seeking public comments on its draft approval of the city of Columbus' wet weather management plan. The sewer system in Ohio's capital city currently discharges some 1.65 billion gallons of sewer overflow in a typical year. Under the new plan, by the year 2025, these overflows will be reduced to a total of about 250 million gallons. 'When the plan is implemented, there will be a ...

  • Historic Clean Water Act settlement will prevent millions of gallons of sewage discharges into San Francisco Bay

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced a Clean Water Act settlement requiring the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) and seven East Bay communities to conduct extensive system repairs aimed at eliminating millions of gallons of sewage discharges into San Francisco Bay. Under today’s agreement, EBMUD and the communities will assess and upgrade their 1,500 mile-long ...

  • ADS Rain Insurance Assures Sufficient Wet Weather Data in Temporary Studies

    10/21/2005 By-The-Storm Flow Monitoring Data Now Available Huntsville, AL - ADS®Environmental Services, the leader in full-service sewer flow monitoring, today announces the introduction of ADS Rain Insurance™, a reduced-risk program for obtaining temporary flow monitoring data. Now, municipalities can budget with greater certainty and be assured of getting the amount of rain data needed to ...


    By ADS Environmental Services

  • Black & Veatch Survey Provides Insights on Stormwater Infrastructure Investments

    2010 Stormwater Utility Survey shows best management practices in planning, operations and finance OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - A valuable knowledge resource for stormwater utilities that includes elements of how to address combined sewer overflows and data related to billing consumers was released today. The results of Black & Veatch’s eighth Stormwater Utility Survey, comes at a time when ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • WaStop installation 15 years on …

    Mönsterås in Sweden was one of the early WaStop Inline Check Valve installations. The issue faced was high sea levels during onshore winds.  This caused the sea water to be forced up into the stormwater system, leading to back flow into the sewer system through the emergency overflow pipes.  This in turn caused flooding in low lying houses upstream as well as surface flooding ...


    By Wapro AB

  • Portable IR analyzer used by Water Environment Research Foundation in wastewater study

    The Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) recently sponsored an extensive study to evaluate the performance of different grease interceptor designs. The InfraCal TOG/TPH Analyzer, Model HATR-T2, from Wilks Enterprise, was used to measure the concentration levels of fats, oil and grease (FOG) in the wastewater leaving the interceptors. The complete study has just been released by WERF ...


    By Spectro Scientific

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