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Water: Week in Review

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M&A/ Partnerships

 

Projects

  • Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD), the nation’s largest community college district, selected the SORB 33 system, provided by Hennesy Mechanical Sales, for its arsenic removal treatment technology.  As part of the project, Severn Trent Services provided a bed volume guarantee of 69,000 bed volumes.
    http://www.wqpmag.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/showArticle/articleID/12718
  • ProQual Landscaping and Horizon Distributors completed a sophisticated, large-scale irrigation upgrade at a Phoenix-area apartment complex, resulting in water savings of more than 20%.  ProQual’s irrigation technicians identified a need to replace mismatched sprinklers with a consistent, efficient system, which led to Horizon’s installation of Toro® Precision™ Series Spray Nozzles.
    http://www.waterefficiency.net/the-latest/proqual-landscaping-horizon.aspx

 

Innovation/ New Products

 

Other

  • Tulare County (CA) Supervisors approved a $1.6 million project to study independent domestic water systems, with the goal of developing an integrated water quality and wastewater treatment program to address the drinking water and wastewater needs of disadvantaged communities in the Tulare Lake Basin.  The study will be done by Provost and Pritchard Consulting Group.
    http://www.recorderonline.com/news/county-48662-water-clean.html

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