Champlin, MN has selected Mueller to replace about 8,000 residential, commercial and irrigation water meters with solid-state ultrasonic water meters and advanced metering infrastructure.
Editor, VALVE Magazine (Valve Manufacturers Association of America), Gardner Business Media
California, Texas and New York will likely cash in big on the trillion-dollar infrastructure package if the bill makes its way to President Biden’s desk, according to CNBC on Aug. 31.
In the wake of the Albertville tragedy, National Compassion Fund, a subsidiary of the National Center for Victims of Crime, announced the launch of the Albertville Survivors’ Fund with support from GoFundMe and Mueller Water Products.
One of the most acute challenges in the business of water/wastewater today is the failure of systems and piping, which are aging faster than many municipalities and water authorities can react.
The well-received VMA/Hydraulics Institute event was not all doom and gloom. One of the main themes that the speakers repeated was that it is just such times of challenge when innovation and new ideas are born.
After decades of confusion, the American Water Works Association has created new standards for actuator sizing that clear up some of the confusion and also provide guidance on where safety factors need to be applied.
AIV and Gulf Coast Modification announce promotions of Trey Cook to CEO and president, Ryan Loving to CFO and president
AIV, LP and Gulf Coast Modification (GCM) announce that Trey Cook will become the CEO of both AIV and GCM while remaining the President of AIV.
Every valve end-user market is feeling the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The situation presents enormous challenges to local water utilities struggling with aging, and insufficient piping and valves, while trying to deal with limited budgets.
Since the early days of water and wastewater treatment plants in the U.S., municipalities and industries have continued to expand and upgrade existing plants and distribution infrastructure as well as build new facilities.
Every water supply district experiences unnecessary losses from leakage and expenses for repairing line breaks.
Wastewater systems present many challenges to pumps and valves because the flow can contain grit, solids and debris, depending where in the process the equipment is located.
On Feb. 25, 2019, the National Compassion Fund and Mueller Water Products announced creation of the Aurora/Pratt Survivors’ Fund to aid families of victims and employees physically injured or traumatized by their presence at the February 15 shooting in Aurora, IL, at Henry Pratt Company, a Mueller subsidiary.
Here’s what you need to now about the multi-billion-dollar funding designated for the water and wastewater markets as part of the American Jobs Plan.
Susan Keen Flynn
The Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts (LACSD) are among the largest water/wastewater agencies in the country, operating 10 water reclamation plants and one ocean discharge wastewater treatment plant.
AIV, LP, a Houston-based global wholesale distributor of valves and actuators for the oil and gas, power generation, chemical, petrochemical, refining, pulp and paper and water treatment industries, has announced that it has acquired Zenith Supply.
Valves can be found just about anywhere today: in our homes, under the street, in commercial buildings and in thousands of places within power and water plants, paper mills, refineries, chemical plants and other industrial and infrastructure facilities.
Water harvesting in commercial projects involves collecting rooftop rainwater, stormwater runoff, condensate from air handlers and greywater from showers, baths and lavatory sinks.
Air valves are hydromechanical devices designed to automatically release air and wastewater gases or admit air during the filling, draining or operation of liquid piping systems for water and wastewater services.
The history and general application of elastomers in pipes, valves and fittings is the subject of the Manual of Practice developed by the American Water Works Association (AWWA).
With drought and climate change affecting countries around the world, there is a tremendous need for development of sustainable architecture.
The world may not agree on all the causes of climate change, but most people realize our actions over the last 150 years have directly contributed to greenhouse gas (GHG) buildup, most notably accumulation of carbon dioxide and methane.
Consumers don’t often think about the fact that their electric power, clothes and even the semiconductors that go into the chips for computers and cell phones are manufactured using massive amounts of water.
Water hammer, high-velocity fluid flow and contaminated hydraulic media are among the worst enemies of high-pressure hydraulic systems.
Society’s desire for a clean environment shines light on the importance of understanding the essential role wastewater treatment plants have in our communities.