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  • Nutrients are present in most wastewaters, and the usual approach has been to treat them by converting them into nitrogen and precipitated phosphorus salt. However, it is essential to recover nutrients rather than destroy them in order to minimize...

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    Global Water Demand

    For a recent article on Global Water Demand, plus other topics, go to the 2014 Reports and Publications Page of the web site at https://sites.google.com/site/sustainablewaterresources/

  • Plan: Basements of abandoned homes would become cisterns By Don Walker July 9, 2014 12:51 p.m. In many parts of the city's north side, residents are faced with at least two major problems: the threat of flooding and the foreclosure...

  • It goes without saying that we need to be careful what we blog, but I ran into an unusual example of potential misunderstanding due to all the different social media outlets being linked together. For some reason my LinkedIn account copies across...

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