Presto Geosystems presents solutions for managing stormwater and wastewater webcast

September 9th, 2020

Presto Geosystems will present a webcast “Innovative Solutions for Managing Stormwater and Wastewater” on Sept. 16, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. CDT. The webcast is free, and participants can earn 1 PDH. Are you looking for a better way to control stormwater and wastewater? As current systems get overtaxed due to rising populations and […]

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Expansion of the Annacis wastewater treatment facility

August 1st, 2019

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is expected to grow to a total population of 3.4 million by 2041—an increase of about 1 million residents. The increased population will weigh heavily on the city’s existing infrastructure, requiring upgrades or new developments to fill the gap. A key initiative to help meet the region’s wastewater treatment needs is […]

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BOSTD America geogrid plant up and running in Oklahoma

September 28th, 2018

BOSTD America’s new geogrid manufacturing plant is operational at the company’s American headquarters in Blackwell, Okla. The BOSTD Group, based in Europe, includes BOSTD International, BOSTD Geosynthetics and BOSTD America. It is a manufacturer of high-quality geogrids produced on a continuous-production line, as well as drainage nets and composites, geocomposites, asphalt reinforcement material and geocells […]

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IFAI IAA Awards: Dewatering with geotextile tubes in a D.C. tunnel

April 1st, 2018

Completion Date: March 1, 2017 Fabric Name: Flintex™ OS425 Hi-Flo Fabric Producer: Flint Industries In 2013 DC Water in Washington, D.C., awarded the Impregilo-Healy-Parsons joint venture $254 million to design and build the second portion of a large tunnel system. The purpose of the tunneling project was to separately direct wastewater and stormwater to relieve […]

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Minneapolis/Saint Paul Metropolitan Council awards green infrastructure grants

October 4th, 2017

The Metropolitan Council in Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minn., voted Sept. 27, 2017, to award $1 million to five Twin Cities Metro Area communities looking to improve water quality and encourage conservation. The awards are part of a pilot project to support local efforts addressing issues in communities related to water quality, quantity and wastewater treatment. The […]

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CCR management using geotextile tubes

August 1st, 2017

Introduction Since the late 1800s, coal has played a leading role in U.S. production of electrical energy. Coal-fired power plants have provided reliable electrical power from the earliest days when power plants were run with hand-fed coal to heat boilers to produce steam. The introduction of pulverized coal led to improvements in the electrical-generation process […]

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