Latest Wastewater Stories

2012-04-30 19:37:39

There was no change in concentrations of chloride, dissolved solids, or nitrate in groundwater for more than 50 percent of well networks sampled in a new analysis by the USGS that compared samples from 1988-2000 to samples from 2001-2010. For those networks that did have a change, seven times more networks saw increases as opposed to decreases. The analysis was done by the USGS National Water Quality Assessment Program (NAWQA) to determine if concentrations of these constituents have...

2012-04-16 23:00:42

While there are many sources for influent infiltration, these sources can be controlled by simply putting LNR Industries' patented "A" Clamp into municipal building codes. With the stroke of a pen, the problem can begin to be solved. Either the homeowner or the municipality can absorb this one-time expense and stop wasting tax dollars year after year processing clean ground water. Newfane, NY (PRWEB) April 15, 2012 Every year, millions of taxpayer dollars are spent treating water that does...

2012-03-15 12:30:00

The "A" Clamp, an advanced, patented solution designed by LNR Industries that keeps sewer systems sealed, has proven a revolutionary tool in fighting influent infiltration in closed sanitary sewer systems. Newfane, NY (PRWEB) March 15, 2012 Since 1995, LNR Industries has been helping make the world a better place through the use of the advanced "A" Clamp. One of the biggest problems facing densely populated areas is treating and disposing of wastewater, and the "A" Clamp has proven to be...

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