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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed standards to protect fish and other aquatic organisms based on the Clean Water Act.  So who is affected?  Existing facilities that withdraw at least 25 percent of their water exclusively for cooling...
by Michael Pilling (pillinm) at Monday, April 11, 2011 2:31pm 0 comments


Through the use of lasers, the detection and monitoring of E. coli microbes is become a simple automated method.  Microbial contamination of water is the leading causes of illness and death in the world.  This is even a problem in civilized society as...
by Michael Pilling (pillinm) at Monday, April 11, 2011 12:35pm 0 comments


Smart Sponge has been approved by the RPA to treat stormwater run-off.  Its antimicrobial capability are effective in reducing coliform bacteria found in stormwater.  This technology will address one of the largest sources of water pollution in the U.S. ...
by Michael Pilling (pillinm) at Monday, April 11, 2011 12:00pm 0 comments


AbTech, a company out of Scottsdale, Arizona, is expanding their testing of its Smart Sponge wastewater treatment technology to help in the wastewater clean-up at the nuclear facility in Japan.  In lab tests, the product has been successful in the...
by Michael Pilling (pillinm) at Monday, April 11, 2011 11:44am 0 comments


THE PROBLEM: Tim LeVasseur, superintendent of the Kennebec Sanitary Treatment District in Waterville, Maine is holding up two cloth wipes that were removed from a pump station after clogging up sewer pipes. He said people are increasingly flushing such...
by Michael Pilling (pillinm) at Wednesday, April 6, 2011 10:40am 0 comments

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