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  • Proper Submergence of Inlet to Avoid Vortex

    Proper Submergence of Inlet to Avoid Vortex

    If a pump suction is not placed an acceptable distance from the surface of the liquid, the pump can experience vortexing.  Similar to cavitation, with the loss of efficiency and damage that can occur to the pump, vortexing is the result of too much water relative to the pit/sump depth being drawn into the suction line. A depression forms on the surface of the water and is commonly seen as a ...

  • Complying with NPDES effluent guidelines

    To comply with the stringent NPDES effluent guidelines, it is vital to understand the mechanisms and interactions that affect the balance in the aquatic ecosystems. The National Pollutant Discharge ...

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  • Cardiff calls for early engagement on SuDS

    Cardiff calls for early engagement on SuDS

    Trees deliver the greatest multifunctional benefits across the spectrum of green urbanisation applications at roof podium and pavement level.The second of Polypipe Civils & Green Urbanisation’s e-Roadshow events on Realising Resilience put ...

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  • PFAS: Messaging, Managing Risk, and Testing for Unregulated Compounds - Webinar
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    PFAS: Messaging, Managing Risk, and Testing for Unregulated Compounds - Webinar

    The main takeaway from this webinar will be how participants can apply what other utilities are doing with regard to PFAS (treatment, testing, messaging) in their own situations. Participants in this webinar will learn from a wide array of case studies, including groundwater and surface water situations, treatment methods, laboratory methods, and stakeholder and customer engagement, which will ...