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Herriman City, Utah will save thousands of dollars per year on the operational cost of a pump station thanks to the completion of an in-depth alternative analysis study and the successful completion of recommended pump station upgrades....
A southeast suburb in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area aggressively tackled the issue of per– and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) within the past two years after finding levels higher than the Minnesota Department of Health’s water quality limits in seven of the City’s 19 municipal water wells....
The alarming news of a cyberattack on a Florida city’s water system has utility workers across the nation wondering if their systems are secure. On the afternoon of February 5th, a water plant operator in Oldsmar, Florida noticed his cursor moving on his computer screen, independent of him. The water utility had been hacked. The operator then witnessed the hacker increase the sodium hydroxide levels to 100 times the correct amount....
“We’re excited to further establish our AE2S presence in Colorado. We have a great team there with a range of experience and technical capabilities including senior engineers with water, wastewater, and water resource experience, plus civil municipal and electrical engineers,” says Grant Meyer, AE2S CEO....
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