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IN MY WORDS:
Directions in water research
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The Old and Matt Walsh

the New
Production Supervisor
Neptune Township, N.J.

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contents May 2017 top performers:
WASTEWATER PLANT Page 22
All the Right Pieces
A dedicated and well-equipped staff keeps the Kimmswick Wastewater
Treatment Facility running smoothly and looking sharp.
By Ted J. Rulseh

WASTEWATER OPERATOR Page 32


Magnificent Mentor
Ken Burgener shares his love of science and the clean-water profession with
22 32 students who represent the next generation of operators and lab technicians.
By Jim Force

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on the cover
Residents of New Jerseys Its the Culture
Monmouth and Ocean counties Safe practices are built right into work procedures and team members
enjoy high-quality water supplied attitudes at the Glenbard Wastewater Authority.
by production supervisor Matt By David Steinkraus
Walsh and colleagues at the
38 15-year Directors-Award-winning
Jumping Brook Water Treatment WATER PLANT Page 38
Plant in Neptune Township and the 36 mgd The Old and the New
Swimming River plant in Colts Neck. (Photography The Jumping Brook Water Treatment Plant used tube settlers to drive
12 by James Robinson) down turbidity and earn a 15-year Directors Award from the Partnership
for Safe Water.
By Steve Frank

LETS BE CLEAR Page 8 focus on a more integrated approach to water WORTH NOTING Page 114
Looking Sharp management. People/Awards; Events
If you want the treatment plant team to have By Ted J. Rulseh
firefighter status, then it helps to make the
plant look just as good as the firehouse. TECHNOLOGY DEEP DIVE Page 44 coming next month: June 2017
By Ted J. Rulseh, Editor Beyond Settling
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Hydro MicroScreen technology combines fine Odor Control and Disinfection
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Visit daily for exclusive news, features and blogs. save space and enhance efficiency. Lets Be Clear: Shielding low-income users from
By Ted J. Rulseh major rate increases
HOW WE DO IT Page 20 Top Performers:
A Safer Way SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS Page 46 Wastewater Plant: Utility of the future in
The largest clean-water plant in Anchorage Target Net Zero Fairfax, Virginia
makes the switch from chlorine gas disinfection The wastewater treatment plant in Wyomings Water Plant: Adapting to membranes in
to sodium hypochlorite generated on site. Jackson Hole takes progressive steps to fit in Cottage Grove, Oregon
By Ted J. Rulseh with its environmentally sensitive surroundings. Wastewater Operators: Heroic actions in Columbia,
By Doug Day South Carolina
TECH TALK Page 30 Water Operator: Eric Gonzales, SUEZ North
Catch the Vibe! HEARTS AND MINDS Page 48 America
Falling costs and greater simplicity in vibration Going With the Flow
How We Do It: Water distribution pumping
monitoring systems enable plant operators to Hands-on activities teach Maine middle school strategies
do predictive maintenance on high-value and students about the water cycle, runoff prevention
basic equipment. and watershed preservation. Sustainable Operations: Food waste to energy in
By Chris Hansford By Craig Mandli New York City

In My Words: A novel approach to training the


PLANTSCAPES Page 36 ANNUAL COMPANY DIRECTORY Page 50 next generation
Growing Diversity
A constructed grassland on water plant site that PRODUCT NEWS Page 110 Tech Talk: The finer points of jar testing
was once a farm is now home to abundant native Product Spotlight Wastewater: Scale allows PlantScapes: Tree farm in North Tonawanda,
plants and a rich variety of wildlife. operators to accurately gauge polymer usage; New York
By Jeff Smith Product Spotlight Water: B-frame circuit
Technology Deep Dive: Ionization technology for
breaker offers smaller footprint, installation
odor control
IN MY WORDS Page 42 flexibility.
Just One Water By Craig Mandli
The newly formed Water Environment &
Research Federation sets research priorities that INDUSTRY NEWS Page 112

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outside the normal traffic flow and out of the public eye, and
wouldnt attract much attention no matter how attractively
landscaped.
One natural advantage is that plants often have large prop-
erties that lend themselves to ambitious projects like arbore-
tums, prairie plantings and boardwalks alongside neighboring
rivers or marshes for birdwatching and wildlife viewing.
This months PlantScapes article describes how the
operators of the Philips Street Water Treatment Plant near
Kokomo, Indiana, created a field of native grasses, wildflowers
and trees to attract nesting birds and other wild creatures.

WHY IT MATTERS
Of course, even the simplest aesthetic improvements
take time and money, both in short supply these days. Fire
departments, it could be argued, have the advantage of
free labor the firefighters can work on the landscape
during hours at the station not dedicated to activities like
training and equipment maintenance. Water and wastewater
plants dont have that luxury.
An alternative is to engage with a local garden club, high
school FFA chapter or other community group to revitalize
the grounds. Outside of that, a strong argument can be made
for the community to invest in site plant improvements.
Its well known that water and wastewater plants need
periodic upgrades, along with continued investment for
maintenance. There often comes a time when the community
must ask residents for a rate increase to cover those expenses.

A n attractive facility even if rarely seen


except when public groups or school classes
take tours adds to the perception that the
service being provided is indispensable and
deserves financial support.

Getting approval is much easier if the public sees the


water or wastewater plant as an essential facility that sup-
ports high quality of life. An attractive facility even if
rarely seen except when public groups or school classes take
tours adds to the perception that the service being pro-
vided is indispensable and deserves financial support.

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Its the
Culture
SAFE PRACTICES ARE BUILT RIGHT INTO WORK
PROCEDURES AND TEAM MEMBERS ATTITUDES
AT THE GLENBARD WASTEWATER AUTHORITY
STORY: David Steinkraus
PHOTOGRAPHY: Rob Hart

LOOK AROUND ANY WORKPLACE AND THE SAFETY


materials are hard to miss. There are safety posters, videos, course announce-
ments, booklets, stickers, tip sheets and more.
But safety takes more than that. True workplace safety requires action.
At the Glenbard Wastewater Authority in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, employees
have worked for more than three years without a major lost-time injury.
That earned the facility the George Burke Jr. Safety Award from the
Central States Water Environment Association and a Water Environment
Federation Safety Award for 2016, but the accomplishment didnt stop there.
As of November 2016, the authority had reached 1,300 injury-free days, and
even that was not a record. Our previous record is 1,680 days, says Gayle
Lendabarker, executive secretary. That ended in 2009 with a shoulder injury. I really bought into safety, Lanphier says. Ive been in this industry since
1989. I know the hazards of it. Ive seen people get hurt in it. Ive been hurt
IT TAKES A CULTURE in it.
The secret is straightforward: You have to create a safety culture, says The Safety Committee includes a representative from each department.
Erik Lanphier, the authoritys executive director. You get people to com- Each meeting has a formal agenda and includes discussions about safety and
mit, you educate them, and then you continuously support their efforts. Safety what each department is doing. Employees can submit safety suggestions,
has always been one of our top priorities. and near misses and unsafe conditions are reported.
Since he started working at Glenbard in 1999, there has been an active We also reward the employees, Lanphier says. Every two months we give
safety review committee, an initiative of a former manager who came from people a $20 gift card for not having any lost-time injuries. And we do that
an industrial background and wanted to apply the safety lessons he learned. with local businesses so our money is recirculated through the community.

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Glenbard Wastewater Authority,
Glen Ellyn, Illinois
BUILT: | 1982
POPULATION SERVED: | 104,000
SERVICE AREA: | 22 square miles
FLOWS: | 16.02 mgd design; 12 mgd average
TREATMENT LEVEL: | Tertiary
TREATMENT PROCESS: | Advanced high-purity oxygen activated sludge
RECEIVING WATER: | East Branch, DuPage River
BIOSOLIDS: | Land-applied, Class B
Jon Braga (left) and Austin Cecelia, mechanics, check the combined heat and ANNUAL BUDGET: | $4.1 million
power engine-generator (Generac) at the Glenbard Wastewater Authority.
WEBSITE: | www.gbww.org
GPS COORDINATES: | Latitude: 415049.05N; longitude: 88243.12W
Anyone can submit a safety suggestion, and the safety committee evalu-
ates each one. Employees receive points for making suggestions, and the
number of points governs the size of another gift card they can earn. address one issue. For example, as the time approaches for maintenance on
Any suggestion that shows an immediate risk to health and life is turned the UV disinfection system, a supervisor may review the process of pulling
into a report of an unsafe condition. That report first goes to the employees out the lamps and dipping them in a solution of 85 percent phosphoric acid
supervisor, who must sign it, and then to the most appropriate person to fix the to remove fouling. New employees go through a checklist of training videos
problem, who also must sign. Remedial work must be done within 48 hours. covering topics from use of personal protective equipment to electrical and
The authority also holds tailgate events, in which a group assembles to vehicle safety.

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Erik Lanphier, left, executive director, and David Goodalis,
operations superintendent.

HEADING OFF DANGER


Glenbard takes near misses seriously, and fortunately
they are infrequent. At some facilities, a near miss may
be a reason to reprimand an employee. Glenbard sees it
differently. Near misses are discussed openly at staff
meetings. If employees know that near misses will not
mean disciplinary action, they feel free to report them
so that dangerous conditions or behaviors can be
corrected.


You have to create a safety
culture. You get people to
commit, you educate them, and then
you continuously support their efforts.
ERIK LANPHIER

About a decade ago, the time came for a regular UV


lamp inspection. I thought we had safety glasses on the
door that were UV protective, Lanphier says. So I put
on the safety glasses, and for eight hours I was looking
at UV bulbs. By about 2 oclock, I felt like there were pins
being pushed into my eyeballs. I couldnt see, so one of
the guys took me to an optometrist. He told me I had
essentially sunburned my eyes. Fortunately thats a short-
term problem, but it does make you realize that you cant
take safety for granted. Safety is not a given. Its some-
thing you have to work for.
That sort of incident qualifies as an unsafe condi-
tion, requiring remediation. All the safety glasses now
have UV-protective coatings.
(continued)

TWO GOVERNMENTS, ONE SERVICE


The Illinois villages of Glen Ellyn and Lombard sit next to each on which each community is represented by the village president,
other about 19 miles straight west of downtown Chicago. one trustee, the village manager and the Public Works director.
They are lost in a suburban landscape where one community The villages review their agreement periodically. They review the
blends into the next, yet they are not at all the same as their neigh- overhead fees annually because the authority pays the village of Glen
bors, because years ago city leaders created an agreement that led to Ellyn, the lead agency, for personnel services and other expenses.
a single wastewater treatment plant serving both communities. The These two communities are diametrically different, says Lanphier.
authority is wholly owned and controlled by the governments that Glen Ellyn is home rule and Lombard is not. Lombard is unionized
established it. and Glen Ellyn is not.
Ive found only one other wastewater authority in the state, and The authority structure enables the communities to work together
it is run much differently than we are, says Erik Lanphier, executive for one purpose despite their differences. Once a month, leaders of
director of the Glenbard Wastewater Authority. the communities meet and solve common problems. That creates an
The initial agreement to share services was signed in 1968, and the attitude that can be expanded to other issues both face. It helps the
impetus for it was the development of the southern part of Lombard. authority staff, too, because they hear the ideas and approaches of
That section of the village is almost opposite the site of the both governments, Lanphier says.
present wastewater plant, and without cooperation, Lombard had no All that positive energy has not gone unnoticed. The authority has
way to move wastewater to its own treatment plant on its north side. received calls from other local governments that want to copy its
In 1978, the two villages officially created the Glenbard Wastewater successes, such as the safety program. Says Lanphier, Thats the intent:
Authority, and in 1984 they set up an executive oversight committee to take that positive energy and hope other people will bite into it.

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TEAM MAKES IT WORK classified as an impaired waterway. The 10-train, four-stage UNOX deck,
The credit for the authoritys safety record belongs to the entire plant equipped with Lightning mixers, is fed with oxygen from a Union Carbide
staff, which includes: 32-ton-per-day cryogenic oxygen plant on site. The covered basins and the
Erik Lanphier, executive director process itself effectively control odors, and some homes are as close as 30 feet
Gayle Lendabarker, executive secretary from portions of the plant.
David Goodalis, operations superintendent After passing through carbonaceous BOD reduction and a set of inter-
Operators Chris Dillmann, Andy Pakosta, Joe Kovac and Jason Neighbors mediate clarifiers, Archimedes screw pumps (Lakeside Equipment Corpo-
Richard Freeman, electrical superintendent, and Joseph Solita, plant ration) send water back to the UNOX deck for second-stage aeration. The
electrician eight trains in the second treatment stage reduce ammonia. After flowing
Philip Dziewior, instrumentation technician through the four final clarifiers, water passes through 10 sand filters before
Jay Dahlberg, maintenance superintendent, and mechanics Jon Braga, UV disinfection (Ironbrook UV Corp).
Henry Altott and Austin Cecelia Biosolids are gravity thickened and then fed through belt presses (Alfa
Laurie Frieders, environmental resource coordinator Laval Ashbrook Simon-Hartley). The authority can store 2,000 cubic yards
Matt Streicher, assistant director and engineer on site. The material is land-applied.
David Peters, lab technician
The same team ensures that the treatment process performs efficiently INFORMING THE PUBLIC
and that the plant consistently meets its permit. The team does considerable Glenbard maintains good relations with plant neighbors and customers.
work in-house. Solita, for example, has an industrial background and is Instead of taking a problem to a village board, neighbors are not hesitant
comfortable doing long conduit runs. Freeman is in charge of the SCADA to call here first when they have a question, Lendabarker says. That shows
system, helped develop it, and can write code for it. Having such expertise the rapport we have with the community.
on site has saved the authority about $150,000 during the last two years, When trucks haul biosolids, the authority sends letters to surrounding
says Lanphier. homes, mainly those on the main access road, and posts the information on
its website. The team encourages residents to sign up for the plants email
UNOX HELPS THE PROCESS (continued)
Wastewater comes to the plant from the villages of Glen Ellyn and Lom-
bard, an unincorporated area of DuPage County, and Illinois American
Water, a private water services company. Water moves to the plant through Glenbard Wastewater Authority
a 60-inch line. After the water passes through bar screens (Headworks Inter- PERMIT AND PERFORMANCE (2016 Annual Average)
national), a pair of pumps (Flygt - a Xylem brand) lift it to provide gravity INFLUENT EFFLUENT PERMIT
flow through the rest of the primary process. Influent next reaches the grit 10 mg/L monthly avg.
CBOD 162.5 mg/L 1.9 mg/L
building with a vortex separation system (Smith & Loveless) and a grit clas- 20 mg/L daily max.
sifier (Huber Technology). 12 mg/L monthly avg.
TSS 192 mg/L 3.5 mg/L
After passing through the two primary clarifiers, wastewater flows into 24 mg/L daily max.
a high-purity oxygen activated sludge process that helps ensure a high dis- Fecal Coliform 1 400 per 100 mL
solved oxygen level in the effluent discharged to the DuPage River, locally

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From left, David Goodalis,
Erik Lanphier and Jon Braga
discuss the days priorities.

Instead of taking a problem to a village board, neighbors are not hesitant to call here first
when they have a question. That shows the rapport we have with the community.
GAYLE LENDABARKER

service. We do a lot of tours here with schools, from elementary schools


through college, Lanphier says. featured products from:
The authority works with the Glen Ellyn Environmental Commission Alfa Laval Ashbrook Ironbrook UV Corp
on projects that include a drive to encourage grocery stores to stop using Simon-Hartley 905/478-1022
866/253-2528 www.ironbrookuv.com
plastic bags, suggesting solar-powered trash compactors for the central busi- www.alfalaval.us
ness district, and establishing a rain barrel purchase program. Kruger USA
Flygt - a Xylem Brand 919/677-8310
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The authority has just let bids for a $17 million project that will install Lakeside Equipment Corporation
a new lower wet well with pre-rotation basins to increase the flow velocity in Generac Industrial Power 630/837-5640
incoming lines. The project will also install new variable-speed Flygt pumps. 888/436-3722 www.lakeside-equipment.com
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Another phase will be replacement of the tertiary sand filters with disc fil-
ters (Kruger). Headworks International, Inc. Smith & Loveless, Inc.
As part of a working group for the DuPage River, the authority will contrib- 713/647-6667 800/898-9122
ute more than $2 million to improving the watershed. That includes projects www.headworksintl.com www.smithandloveless.com
such as removing dams and in general working to recreate the stream flows that Huber Technology, Inc.
existed before urbanization. Both villages are on board with this initiative. 704/949-1010
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(See ad page 9)
is responsible for the streams unless you get one of these groups involved,
Lanphier says. We believe we should work toward fixing what is broken
rather than spend more tax dollars on point source discharge solutions that
we are not sure will work.

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HOW WE DO IT

The on-site sodium hypochlorite generation system


(Electrolytic Technologies) is designed to be compatible
with the utilitys current operations and for ease of
expansion to meet future demand.

A Safer Way
THE LARGEST CLEAN-WATER PLANT IN ALASKA MAKES THE SWITCH FROM
CHLORINE GAS DISINFECTANT TO SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE GENERATED ON SITE

By Ted J. Rulseh

F
or years, the Anchorage Water & Wastewater Utility had used chlorine design capacities of 35 and 4 mgd. They received on-site systems (Severn
gas as the disinfectant at its water and wastewater treatment plants. Trent ClorTec) generating 0.8 percent sodium hypochlorite.
In the late 1990s, the utility changed direction. Our main con- Next came the utilitys two smaller wastewater treatment plants. The 2.5
cern was risk to the community, says David Persinger, P.E., director of the mgd plant with secondary and tertiary treatment serving the Eagle River
AWWU treatment division. In Alaska, everything comes by truck or barge. community and outlying areas north of Anchorage was converted to UV
The chlorine cylinders were barged in. disinfection. The 0.6 mgd Girdwood treatment plant with secondary and
Our port is just north of downtown Anchorage. So the 2,000-pound cyl- tertiary treatment, serving a ski resort and vacation home community about
inders, usually 12 at a time, had to be transported on a truck through the 30 miles south of Anchorage, switched to a 12.5 percent solution of purchased
downtown and some residential areas to get out to our main treatment plant. hypochlorite.
Then there were heightened security issues that came about after 9/11. There For the Asplund primary treatment plant serving Anchorage proper and
are also process safety management and EPA risk management issues with discharging to Cook Inlet, the utility evaluated UV, ozone and hypochlorite.
chlorine gas. We narrowed it down to on-site-generated hypochlorite, either 0.8 percent
In view of all that, the utility looked at alternative disinfectants. For the or 12.5 percent, Persinger says. We noted that 0.8 percent requires a much
Asplund Wastewater Treatment Facility, the largest wastewater plant in bigger building footprint and is a bit less efficient in energy, water and salt
Alaska (58 mgd design, 26 mgd average), the utility chose an on-site sodium consumption. In addition, with the volumes we would be using, 0.8 percent
hypochlorite generation system supplied by Electrolytic Technologies. The would require quite a bit of storage and a pretty high feed rate. That nar-
disinfection upgrade earned the utility a Best Projects Award and a Safety rowed it down to the 12.5 percent solution.
Award from Engineering News-Record, North West Region.
EFFECTIVE SOLUTION
PART OF A PROGRAM The utility ultimately installed the Klorigen hypochlorite generation
The Asplund plant upgrade, completed in December 2015, finished the system from Electrolytic Technologies, a system designated by the U.S.
utilitys transition away from chlorine gas at all its treatment facilities. First Department of Homeland Security as a Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technol-
to change over, starting in 2000, were the two water treatment plants with ogy. The company custom designed the technology to accommodate the util-

20 TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR


itys needs, including compliance to local seismic design standards. It can We also had quite a bit of training from the vendor, says Persinger.
generate 5,000 gpd. After completion of the project, we did in-house startup and commission-
The system was installed in two phases. We completely rebuilt our dis- ing training. Anytime we have an
infection building, says Persinger. About half of that building had been issue with the equipment, we involve
dedicated to cylinder storage and the gas feed system, and the other half was as many people from our mainte- Share Your Ideas
a workshop area. nance shop as possible, so they can TPO welcomes news about interesting
The initial phase was to build out the storage and feed system for the understand the issue and get to know methods or uses of technology at
hypochlorite process. We installed the storage tanks, the pumps and all the the system better. your facility for future articles in the
instrumentation required to feed the disinfection process. Once that was How We Do It column.
completed, we functioned with purchased hypochlorite while the contractor Send your ideas to editor@
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The new system is designed to be compatible with the utilitys current
operations and for ease of expansion to meet future demand. It is unique in
including a gas split mechanism that sends part of the generated chlorine
gas directly to the point of application and the rest
to the hypochlorite conversion skid.

Because we didnt want to


import caustic ... to supplement
our hypochlorite production, we
went with the hybrid system. The
excess chlorine gas produced is fed
directly into the effluent stream for
disinfection, and then we vary the
flow of hypochlorite to meet our F2Labs
disinfection residual requirement. F2Labs
DAVID PERSINGER, P.E.

HYBRID PROCESS
Its an ion-selective membrane process that basi-
cally splits salt so that you end up with chlorine gas
on one side of the membrane and caustic on the other,
says Persinger. In conventional installations, gener-
ally more gas is produced than caustic to recombine,
so the result is an imbalance. Most of those systems
require transport of supplemental caustic so that 100
percent of the chlorine gas can be converted to sodium
hypochlorite.
Because we didnt want to import caustic, due
to logistical and safety issues, to supplement our
hypochlorite production, we went with the hybrid
system. The excess chlorine gas produced is fed
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top performer
wastewater: PLANT

All the
Right Pieces
A DEDICATED AND WELL-EQUIPPED STAFF KEEPS THE KIMMSWICK WASTEWATER
TREATMENT FACILITY RUNNING SMOOTHLY AND LOOKING SHARP
STORY: Ted J. Rulseh
PHOTOGRAPHY: Denny Medley

YOU COULD EASILY SAY THE KIMMSWICK WASTE-


water Treatment Facility has all the parts in place for award-winning
performance.
The eight plant operations and maintenance team members bring expe-
rience, high-level certifications and dedication to excellence. And the plants
equipment maintenance program is built on computerized management and
an impressive supply of in-stock replacement parts for critical equipment. The award-winning Kimmswick
Its a formula for a plant that runs smoothly and in consistent permit Wastewater Treatment Facility
compliance while sustaining an exceptional level of cleanliness that visitors maintains an exceptional level of
cleanliness.
routinely notice. The team is also methodically upgrading a 150-mile col-
lections system and steadily driving down I&I.
These and other accomplishments earned the plant, owned by the Rock
Creek Public Sewer District, a 2015 Plant of the Year award in the Small
Facility Division from the Missouri Water Environment Association. It was old clay pipe that has been the target of an aggressive CIPP lining program.
the districts second such award (the first was in 2009). The district won the Today, the district covers 32 square miles, serving the cities of Kimmswick
2010 MWEA Biosolids Management Award and the 2015 George W. Burke and Imperial, and parts of Arnold and High Ridge. A small pump station is
Safety Award from the Water Environment Federation. located in Festus.
As a district we try to promote a good morale, and as management we The treatment plant, built in 2004, replaced 11 older activated sludge
listen to any concerns the team members have, says Jason Seger, operations package plants, the largest a 1.5 mgd facility. The new plant has a 4.8 mgd
manager. I like to refer to us as one big family. Weve all been here a lot of design flow and treats 1.9 mgd on average using a continuous-flow sequenc-
years, and we spend more time together than with our own families. We have ing batch reactor (Sanitaire - a Xylem Brand).
our up days and down days, but we all care about each other, and weve got Wastewater enters a 50-foot-deep pump station, from which six submers-
each others backs. You can see that on a day-in, day-out basis. ible pumps (Flygt - a Xylem Brand) deliver it to a fine screen (Lakeside
Equipment Corporation). The flow then passes through an aerated grit basin
FAR-FLUNG BORDERS (Walker Process Equipment, A Div. of McNish Corp.) before entering a split-
The Rock Creek District, about 20 miles south of St. Louis on Interstate 55, ter box that delivers it equally to four aeration basins.
was formed in the 1980s. We were approached by Department of Natural Resources The flow goes into the basins continuously, 24 hours a day, says Seger.
in 1999 to consolidate two privately owned sewer companies, Seger says. At Our cycle is 4.8 hours. We have an aeration phase and a mixing phase. We
that point, we went from 800 customers to 8,000 pretty much overnight. have Flygt mixers in each basin for nitrogen and phosphorus removal. Then
Several old package plants were closed, and the flow was rerouted to the we go into a settling phase, followed by decant. We have one basin decant-
Kimmswick plant. In the bargain, the district inherited a large amount of ing at all times.

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Plant team members (from right)
Jason Seger, Mike Mudra and
Brian Koester work with the
gravity belt thickener (Alfa Laval
Ashbrook Simon-Hartley).


A wastewater treatment plant is not a mom-and-pop shop
where you hire your cousin and your brother. We need trained
and certified people who can represent the district well.
JASON SEGER

Air is delivered to fine-bubble diffusers by three 100 hp blowers (Gardner Kimmswick Wastewater Treatment Facility,
Denver), two in operation at any given time and one reserved as backup. SBR Rock Creek Public Sewer District,
effluent discharges to the Mississippi River. In April through October, effluent
is pumped up to a TrojanUV3000Plus disinfection system (TrojanUV) before
Arnold, Missouri
discharge. In other months the effluent is discharged by gravity flow to the river. BUILT: | 2004
We have some elevation issues being close to the river, Seger says. We POPULATION SERVED: | 11,500 connections
were built up on 20 feet of dredged river sand to get above the 500-year flood-
plain. We didnt have any room to make the UV system work by gravity, so
SERVICE AREA:
| Cities of Kimmswick and Imperial, parts of Arnold
and High Ridge
during the disinfection season we have to pump the effluent up to the disin- EMPLOYEES: | 8
fection building. FLOWS: | 4.8 mgd design, 1.9 mgd average
TREATMENT LEVEL: | Secondary
SOLIDS SIDE TREATMENT PROCESS: | Continuous-flow sequencing batch reactor
Waste activated sludge is delivered to a holding tank. When the tank is RECEIVING WATER: | Mississippi River
full (about one week), the material is fed at 0.7 to 0.9 percent solids to a grav-
BIOSOLIDS: | Land-applied
ity belt thickener (Alfa Laval Ashbrook Simon-Hartley). The thickened mate-
ANNUAL BUDGET: | $1.8 million (operations)
rial, at 2.5 to 3 percent solids, is sent to three aerobic digesters in series, each
WEBSITE: | www.rockcreekpsd.com
holding 330,000 gallons.
Digester 3 has a submersible pump that sends the material to the waste GPS COORDINATES: | Latitude: 38221.67N; longitude: 902140.95W
activated sludge lift station for feeding back through the thickener, which

tpomag.com May 2017 23


Kimmswick Wastewater Treatment Facility
PERMIT AND PERFORMANCE The Rock Creek Public Sewer District team includes, from left, Dave Lanter,
INFLUENT EFFLUENT PERMIT Mike Mudra, Paul Luther, Jason Nance, Brian Koester, Alex Portwood, Scott
Sabo and Jason Seger, operations manager.
BOD 140-150 mg/L 6 mg/L 45 mg/L weekly avg.
30 mg/L monthly avg.


TSS 140-160 mg/L 2 mg/L 45 mg/L weekly avg. As a district we try to promote a good morale,
30 mg/L monthly avg.
Ammonia N/A 0.3 mg/L Monitor and as management we listen to any
Fecal N/A
1,030 cfu/100 mL weekly avg. concerns the team members have. I like to refer
coliform 206 cfu/100 mL monthly avg.
to us as one big family.
yields product at 5 percent solids for land application. We upgraded our JASON SEGER
solids facility in 2009, Seger says. We have a Jetech aeration system with
a mixer and blowers. We were spending $110,000 to $115,000 hauling 3 per- Our approach is that if you have a plant where everything is a mess,
cent solids. By getting up to 5 percent, weve cut that back to about $75,000. then people who come out DNR staff or tour groups will assume that
Contractor Midwest Injection hauls the biosolids and applies it on a the effluent is a mess, as well. Our philosophy is to maintain good house-
nearby 90-acre farm that grows corn and soybeans. Annual volume is about keeping. The team members take a lot of pride. Whether its cutting the grass,
250 dry tons. pulling weeds or picking up after themselves, they treat it like their homes.
The operators take care of the buildings, hosing them down and keeping
PARTS ON HAND everything clean. The maintenance people keep the garage clean. Its an
Seger leads a team of three plant operators (Class C license holders Alex everybody cares atmosphere.
Portwood and Scott Sabo, and Class A licensee Jason Nance) and four main- On the maintenance side, an extensive planned maintenance program is
tenance specialists (Class A licensees Mike Mudra and Brian Koester, Class built around a JOB Cal computerized maintenance management system
D licensee Paul Luther, and Dave Lanter). (Hach). We have everything on the software, Seger says. The system gen-
The team takes pride in good housekeeping at the plant, and the MWEA erates work orders, and I distribute them. The maintenance team also does
awards program evaluator took notice. He said he had never seen a waste- an impeccable job seeing or hearing anything suspicious and acting accord-
water treatment plant so clean, so focused on safety, and with everything ingly. The program includes vibration analysis as part of predictive main-
working correctly, Seger recalls. tenance on the blowers. (continued)

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The large spare parts inventory provides insurance against long spells
of unplanned downtime.
A couple of years ago, we looked at every piece of critical equipment, ON CAMERA
Seger says. Take the fine screen for example. The gear reducer is a major
Visual inspection is a key part of the Rock Creek Public
component for that screen. If the gear reducer went down, it would take about
Sewer Districts collections system rehabilitation program. The
two months to get a replacement. In that time, somebody would have to be
here 24 hours a day with a manual rake. district owns a van-based mainline inspection system (Aries
We keep a booster pump for our gravity belt thickener because if that Industries) along with two Aries push cameras for inspecting
would go out and the haulers were here, well, you know the rest. If we knew private laterals.
a part could go out and we couldnt get that part for a week or two, then we The lateral inspection program is among the first of its kind
needed to have it here. The parts inventory also includes fuses for the in Missouri, notes Jason Seger, operations manager for the
decanter, impellers for the biosolids pump, motors for the motorized air district. We enacted an ordinance so that anytime a home
valves for the SBR, and assorted switches, belts and other routine items. transfers ownership, we have the right to go in and TV the
private lateral, Seger says.
UPGRADING THE PIPING
We found, after spending upwards of $4 million on our
Effective maintenance isnt limited to the plant. The team is steadily
improving the collections system and some 5,000 manholes. In 2009, the dis- collections system, that we were still having surcharged man-
trict completed a systemwide manhole inspection and smoke tested the entire holes. I read in different publications that up to 50 or 60 percent
collections system. of the I&I can come from the private side.
Manholes were graded on a scale from 1 (best condition) to 5 to estab- So now, anytime a home changes ownership, we work with
lish repair priorities. For manhole rehabilitation we use a technology called the title company, and before they can close on that home, we have
SpectraShield, says Seger. We used to do spot repairs like band seals or to inspect the lateral. If the lateral is cracked or loose, if we can
chemical grouting, but we learned that once the water table rose, we were see traces of infiltration, or if the sump pump is hooked up to the
more or less pushing the defects to different areas of the manhole. lateral, the owners have 60 days to get that repaired, at their cost.
So we asked: What can we do to rehab these manholes and walk away?
The districts experience is that when a lateral needs repair,
SpectraShield is that product. Its spray-applied in layers to about an inch thick.
the home buyer and seller have a relatively easy time negotiat-
They line it from top to bottom, and we get a 10-year guarantee. Once that
manhole is lined, were done with it for a long time. As for the piping, the dis- ing the cost into the transaction. At the end of the day its
trict contracts for CIPP lining at a rate of about 1,500 to 2,000 feet per year. helping them, and its helping us as well, Seger says. Were
taking care of the whole collections system, private and public.

Jason Seger, operations manager, believes good (continued)


housekeeping reflects the dedication to the quality
of the effluent.

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The team
members take
Collection system a lot of pride. Whether
improvement is a priority
for the Rock Creek district.
its cutting the grass ...
Alex Portwood works in a
mainline sewer inspection
or picking up after
van equipped with a
CCTV system (Aries
themselves, they treat
Industries). [the plant] like their
homes.
JASON SEGER

We pride ourselves on training


and education, Seger says. A waste-
water treatment plant is not a mom-
and-pop shop where you hire your
cousin and your brother. We need
trained and certified people who can
represent the district well. In line
with that, the district encourages
team members to earn progressively
higher licenses and pays for their
training and testing.
As for the recognition from the
MWEA, It means a lot to me per-
sonally, and it means a lot to our
crew. I could commend the guys on
multiple things, but especially their
diversity. They can do anything out
here as well as anybody. I sit here
and hand out work orders, but the
crew is what makes this organiza-
tion work. Management is like the
car. The crew here is the engine that
drives it.

The results have been noticeable. I can remember when we would reach
14 to 15 mgd at the plant after rain events, says Seger, who has been with featured products from:
the district for 16 years. We had a huge rain last August, and again in Sep- Alfa Laval Ashbrook Lakeside Equipment Corporation
tember, and the plant never saw more than 8 mgd. We never had a permit Simon-Hartley 630/837-5640
866/253-2528 www.lakeside-equipment.com
violation, and we never washed out solids. Even a few years ago, when it wasnt www.alfalaval.us (See ad page 3)
uncommon to get 8 to 12 mgd in a rain event, the SBR would handle the flow
relatively well. It never got to the point where we failed a test. We were still Aries Industries, Inc. Sanitaire - a Xylem Brand
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One reason behind the plants performance is a supportive administra-
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tion and district board, Seger says. Don Daniel, MBA, district administra-
tor, is supported by Annette Hastings, office manager, and Denee Welch, Gardner Denver Inc. TrojanUV
accounts receivable. 866/376-8181 888/220-6118
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I can tell you the board members do whatever they can to give us the
gdproducts
resources to stay within our effluent limitations and keep the environment (See ad page 61) Walker Process Equipment,
clean, Seger says. They give us resources to deploy where they can be most A Div. of McNish Corp.
effectively used. Hach 800/992-5537
800/227-4224 www.walker-process.com
A well-educated and credentialed staff also supports performance excel- www.hach.com (See ad page 87)
lence. Seger himself values education. He started his career in 2000 by tak- (See ad page 5)
ing wastewater operator training at the Environmental Resource Training
Jetech, Inc.
Center at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. He has since earned a 269/965-6311
bachelors degree in business administration from Columbia College and a www.jetech.com
masters in public administration from Lindenwood University.

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TECH TALK

Catch the Vibe!


FALLING COSTS AND GREATER SIMPLICITY IN VIBRATION MONITORING SYSTEMS ENABLE
PLANT OPERATORS TO DO PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE ON HIGH-VALUE AND BASIC EQUIPMENT

By Chris Hansford

W
ater and wastewater plant maintenance has undergone a revolu- and that trend is likely to continue. A recent report from MarketsandMar-
tion. Operators have moved from routinely servicing machinery kets, for example, estimated that global demand for vibration monitoring
at predetermined intervals regardless of condition to applying systems will reach nearly $1.5 billion by 2020, a compound annual growth
predictive maintenance. rate of more than 6.5 percent.
Until recently, costly and complex technology and low awareness of alter- This growth is being driven in part by the relatively low cost of vibration
native solutions have limited predictive maintenance to large or high-value sensors. With their compact size and simplicity of installation, sensors can
filtration and treatment systems. Now, the falling price of technology makes now be fitted to almost every water and wastewater plant asset, no matter
it easier than ever to monitor the operating condition of more basic yet still how small. Similarly, it is now much easier to fit multiple sensors to larger,
critical assets such as pumps, motors and fans. more complex filtration or treatment systems. The challenge is how best to
Vibration is a classic indicator of wear, imbalance or misalignment in shafts, manage the large volumes of data generated and use it to run an efficient
bearings and other rotating parts. There are two key advantages to vibration maintenance program.
monitoring for detecting wear rates or changes in oper-
ating conditions over time. First, it provides information
that helps engineers determine if and when essential
maintenance will be required. Second, it lets them eas-
ily identify at an early stage the exact component where
a fault is developing.
Work can then be planned at the most appropriate
time, and replacement parts can be ordered only when
actually needed. This helps reduce stocking of spare
parts and, more important, eliminates unplanned down-
time, minimizes maintenance costs, extends service
intervals, and prolongs asset operating life.

SENSOR TYPES
Accelerometers are the most widely used tool for
detecting changes in vibration levels. An accelerometer
incorporates a piezoelectric crystal bonded to a mass.
Under an accelerating force such as vibration, the mass
compresses the crystal and generates an electrical signal
directly proportional to the force applied. This signal,
once amplified and conditioned, can then be used by
data acquisition or control systems.
Accelerometers fall into two categories: AC and
4-20mA. While both work on the same principle, AC
accelerometers are typically used with data collectors for
routine or periodic monitoring of assets, while 4-20mA Vibration signatures from equipment help operators detect equipment operating out of
specification so that repairs can be made before a failure occurs.
devices are normally used with PLCs to provide the
option of continuous monitoring and remote data cap-
ture. Both can detect imbalance, bearing condition and misalignment, but Data can be gathered in two ways:
AC accelerometers can also identify cavitation, looseness, gear defects and Offline, usually with a hand-held data collection instrument that inter-
belt problems. rogates a permanently fixed sensor or simply uses a hand-mounted accel-
erometer temporarily positioned on, for example, a motor or pump casing.
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As maintenance and plant engineers increasingly favor prevention over trol system for real-time monitoring. Though more expensive, this
cure, techniques such as vibration monitoring are being used more widely, method is generally more reliable and efficient.

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incorrectly lubricated. The surface should also be free of grease, oil or other contaminants, be
The results of an inspection can also throw up surprises. For example, a close to the source of vibration, and be perpendicular to the axis of rotation.
vibrating blower fan may suggest that the rotor needs balancing, while in Standard accelerometers normally record vibration in one axis, although
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of debris on the fan blades. In each case, the simple process of monitoring simultaneously.
vibration levels will allow a potential fault to be identified and rectified before Although vibration monitoring may not always be seen as the most impor-
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wastewater: OPERATOR

MAGNIFICENT

MENTOR
KEN BURGENER SHARES HIS LOVE OF SCIENCE AND THE CLEAN-WATER PROFESSION WITH
STUDENTS WHO REPRESENT THE NEXT GENERATION OF OPERATORS AND LAB TECHNICIANS
STORY: Jim Force | PHOTOGRAPHY: Sallie Shatz

KEN BURGENER WAS PROUD TO have a greater impact on students than we usually
LEARN THAT A STUDENT HE HAD can with their parents.
mentored had won a prestigious award in the Intel
International Science and Engineering Fair in GETTING STARTED
June 2015. After earning a bachelors degree in horticul-
For her work on aquaponics, 10th-grader Steph- ture and a masters in agronomy from Brigham
anie Vaughn won a water technology award and a Young University, Burgener joined the clean-water
$1,000 cash prize, presented by the Saudi Arabian profession as laboratory director at St. George,
King Abdul-Aziz & His Companions Foundation, Utah, in the early 1990s. Thats where his public
for Giftedness and Creativity. Her project showed education itch got started: I began to realize the
that invasive plants could be used to reduce nutri- importance of working with students, especially at
ents in wastewater and indicated that biofuels could science fairs.
be extracted from the water hyacinths and water When he moved to the lab at North Davis, he
lettuce grown in her experiment. began working with universities, recruiting stu-
It was one of the high points in Burgeners work dents from nearby Weber State and Brigham
with students during his tenure as laboratory direc- Young as interns. We had 11 interns over the
tor at North Davis Sewer District in Syracuse, Utah, years, and most of them went on to productive
near Salt Lake City. careers in science, working in companies, as medi-
When I started in the profession, I realized the cal doctors, or with the Centers for Disease Con-
importance of working with the next generation to trol. Its kind of neat seeing these kids do well in
help them understand the importance of wastewa- their careers.
ter treatment, he says. The science fairs have been Burgener also organized and conducted stu-
a perfect way to make the connection between the dent tours of the treatment facilities and struck up
students curiosity and clean water, he believes. close relationships with schools. That started in
For his more than 25 years of teaching and 2008, he says. Now the school districts are look-
mentoring thousands of young people, Burgener ing for significant science projects for the students
received the 2016 Water Environment Federation and contacting me, recommending kids and send-
Individual Public Communication and Outreach Ken Burgener, laboratory director at the North ing them to me. We sit down and discuss their
Award. He received a similar honor from the state Davis Sewer District, Syracuse, Utah interests and come up with projects.
of Utah earlier in the year. The impressive list of projects includes topics
Burgener believes the best way to educate the public is through stu- such as E. coli, viruses and energy recovery in waste treatment. In addition
dents: The public needs greater awareness of the importance of water and to Stephanie Vaughns project, Burgener mentored Jed Donald Grow and
wastewater treatment, and our global responsibility to these professions, Andrew Quinn Ross of Clearfield High School, who won the Ricoh Sustain-
he says. We cant do what we do without the public. But I feel that we can able Development Award at the Intel Science Fair in 2013 for research on

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When I started in the profession, I realized the importance of working with the
next generation to help them understand the importance of wastewater treatment.
KEN BURGENER

Burgener is passionate about education. He talks to


students about the science of wastewater treatment and
demonstrates its value with real-world examples.

Ken Burgener, North Davis Sewer


District, Syracuse, Utah
POSITION: |Laboratory director
EXPERIENCE: | 25 years

|
RESPONSIBILITIES: Manage compliance sampling
and analysis; supervise four
lab technicians

|
EDUCATION: Bachelors degree in horticulture,
masters in agronomy, Brigham
Young University
CERTIFICATION: | Grade 4 (highest) wastewater operator

|
RECENT AWARDS: 2016 WEF Individual Public
Communication and Outreach
Award, 2016; 2016 Utah Public
Education and Awareness Award

|
GOALS: Increase public awareness of the importance
of water and wastewater treatment

Burgener has recruited 11 interns since he joined the lab at the North Davis district. He enjoys |
GPS COORDINATES: Latitude: 4150.16N;
Longitude: 112637.12W
working with students as they progress to productive careers.

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EMPHASIS ON EDUCATION
Ken Burgener has logged over 25 years in the clean-water pro-
fession, 21 as laboratory director of the North Davis Sewer District.
He has served as chairman and as a member of the Water
Environment Association of Utah (WEAU) Laboratory Committee
and other WEAU committees, and has been inducted into the 5S
(Select Society of Sanitary Sludge Shovelers) for his service. In
2002 he received the Water Environment Federation Laboratory
Analyst Excellence Award. During his tenure, North Davis has
been named WEAUs Outstanding Laboratory six times.
On the public education side, his WEF communication and
outreach cited him for:
Judging and advising for many science fairs at elementary,
junior high and high schools.
Developing and administering WEAUs annual $1,000 dona-
tion to the Science and STEM Fairs of the state of Utah for
science fair winners with projects related to water.
A booth at STEM job fairs to encourage students to pursue
science-based careers.
Serving as mentor and adviser to local and national science
fair entrants. Award-winning students have used the North
Davis lab and other facilities to work on their projects. Students tour the North Davis Sewer District facility. As part of the visits
Setting up aquariums, aquaponics demonstrations, displays they take part in presentations and discussions on the importance of water
and posters at the plant to help tour groups understand and its treatment.
microbiology and wastewater treatment.
acquisition of bioelectricity from wastewater, with applications for hydro-
Promoting the lab and treatment plant for tours and education. gen generation. It was a significant award $12,500, Burgener says.
Burgener has been the WEAU Public Education Committee
chairman for many years and has administered the Stockholm TOUR IN DEPTH
Junior Water Prize competition. He says he is a true science Many treatment plants offer tours, but Burgeners involve more than
geek, and proud of it. just a view or two from the catwalk. He gives students things to relate to,
things to remember. When they arrive, they meet with Burgener in the
media room, equipped to show videos and slide presentations.
Burgener makes sure his presen-
tations are current and the topics
relevant. Teachers like discussions
on current topics; it makes them
want to come back, he says. Cyano-
bacteria has been in the news lately,
so I say, Come on out and lets really
talk about cyanobacteria. The
plant has an aquarium: Kids under-
stand the idea of clean water when
they see the fish swimming around.
The aquarium cost about $1,000
well worth it in Burgeners view.
Then theres Penelope the dino-
saur. Burgener uses her to explain
that the kids today are drinking
dinosaur water water that has
been around since the earliest
times on Earth. At that point, of
course, the students learn about the
water cycle.

Ken Burgener uses a display in the


district headquarters to show young
people things that should not be
flushed into the wastewater system.

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Burgener maintains a working fuel cell in the media room. Its a previ- port you, who understand what youre doing. The future depends on how we
ous students project and illustrates the scientific nature of water and waste- educate our students. If that is done right, he maintains, it will be easier to
water treatment. We try to get the kids past the yuck factor, Burgener generate support for the profession in the future.
says. We pique their interest, and it causes them to think. They come away Cowan says Burgeners public education work has had a positive impact
with a different kind of feeling. on the district. He loves his job and loves to tell people about it, Cowan
The tours take about two hours, and the groups are limited to 30 stu- says. Hes facilitating the story that our district is going green.
dents. Operators help with the treatment plant side of the visits. We have Burgeners recent projects include helping a student develop a science
one group at the plant, and another in the lab, Burgener says. Then we project dealing with the impact of waste on a local natural area. We have a
shift. If we had more time, we would conduct more tours. The peak year was popular hiking canyon nearby, he says. But it gets a lot of pet waste and
2013, when 3,000 to 4,000 kids went through and the plant team sometimes even human waste. The student wants to study the impact of those wastes on
gave two to three tours a day. the natural environment.
Who knows which students projects will be next to win accolades on an
THE SCIENCE SIDE international stage?
Kevin Cowan, NDSD director, observes, Ken eats, drinks and sleeps
science. Its his hobby as well as his profession. So its no surprise that Bur-
gener stresses the science of wastewater treatment.
People dont think about wastewater having a
lot of science associated with it, he says. But we
use as much science as any industry out there. Phys-
ics, chemistry, biology, agronomy wastewater has
it all.

We try to get the kids past


the yuck factor. We pique
their interest, and it causes them
to think. They come away with
a different kind of feeling.
KEN BURGENER

In his locale, kids know about rocket fuel but


few realize that at the wastewater plant, the waste
from local rocket fuel production has to be treated.
At first, kids are curious, even disbelieving, but
when you talk it through and tell them how exciting
it is, they understand, Burgener says.
Much of what he talks about connects to the stu-
dents classroom experience: Biology, math, proto-
zoans, metazoans, aquaponics, nutrients. Its all
part of the STEM curriculum [science, technology,
engineering and math]. Students love to see real-
world examples.

SOURCE OF INSPIRATION
What inspired Burgener to be so passionate about
education? He recalls a professor at the University
of Utah talking about endocrine disrupters. He
opened my eyes about why we needed to be talking
about this to the public, he says.
And what about the state of public education in
the wastewater field? Honestly, Id have to give us a
grade C or D. I find most people in wastewater just
dont do a good job of reaching out and talking
about what were doing. Flush it and forget it is just
not real life. We need to be constantly talking about
wastewater treatment as a positive, not a negative.
Compared to Third-World countries, were pretty
well-off here, but we cant be complacent. Instead of
withdrawing, we need to go out and be proactive.
Burgener is grateful for the support of the local
wastewater board, and from Cowan: Our board chair
wanted to have interns. You need people who sup-
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PLANTSCAPES

A covey of seven quail approaches


a feeder in the grassland that was
created at the Phillips Street Water

Growing Diversity Treatment Plant.

A CONSTRUCTED GRASSLAND ON WATER PLANT SITE THAT WAS ONCE A FARM


IS NOW HOME TO ABUNDANT NATIVE PLANTS AND A RICH VARIETY OF WILDLIFE

By Jeff Smith

C
reating a field of native grasses, wildflowers and trees to attract nest- Smiths team used an 8-foot-wide grass drill with double-disc furrow
ing birds and other wildlife has been rewarding for operators of openers to ensure that the seeds were inserted about an inch below the sur-
Indiana American Waters Phillips Street Water Treatment Plant face. The heavier wildflower seeds were mixed with the light and fluffy
near Kokomo, Indiana. grass seed to provide even distribution of about 6 pounds per acre.
Since 2007, when the 2 mgd treatment plant was built on the site of a Since the seeds grow down in the first year to establish their roots and
former dairy farm, species including quail, red-winged blackbirds, war- then they grow upward slowly, it took patience to get the pay-off. It took
blers, grasshopper sparrows, killdeer and other birds have established nests about three years for our grasses and flowers to take effect and for the field
and thrive on the constructed grassland habitat. Bright-colored wildflowers to give good cover, says Smith. Other than a rare and very selective con-
such as the yellow snakeroot attract pollinating honeybees and butterflies. trolled burn to remove weeds, no maintenance is required. Normal rainfall
Plenty of grasshoppers, crickets and other insects provide food for the birds. provides ample watering.
The treatment plant, its backwash pond and residu-


als lagoon occupy 9 acres of the 67-acre site, nearly 2
miles from town. The facilitys wellfields are scattered We could have farmed it out or made it into one big field
over the remaining 56 acres of the once dormant farm-
land, which is now a grassland.
of grass that would require mowing and time to maintain.
We could have farmed it out or made it into one big But that would have been labor- and cost-intensive.
field of grass that would require mowing and time to RYAN SMITH
maintain, says Ryan Smith, operations superinten-
dent. But that would have been labor- and cost-intensive. After the grassland root system was well established, Smiths team col-
Instead, Smith led a team of workers who in two days planted native laborated with the local chapter of the Hoosier Bobwhite Quail Forever to
warm-season grasses, including big bluestem, sideoats grama, prairie drop- improve the habitat by planting more than 400 seedlings of deciduous trees,
seed and switchgrass. Wildflowers such as purple-cone flower, black-eyed shrubs and pines. Nearly 15 species of greenery now form a fence line and
Susan, prairie dock and wild bergamot were mixed in to provide balance create additional food and cover for game and non-game wildlife.
over the entire 56 acres. Several coveys of quail were introduced to the grassland to join other
Because only a couple of growing seasons had passed since the last har- naturally occurring ground-nesting birds and critters. Predators such as
vest on the farmland, no new tilling was required. Mowing the wellfield to hawks, raccoons and fox also took up residence and thrive in the habitat.
reduce the weeds was the only soil preparation before planting. After of couple of hatchings over two or three years, we take a dozen or so

36 TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR


The constructed grassland with the Phillips Street Water Treatment Plant
shown in the background.

new quail out there to help build up the number of birds, Smith says.
Recovery of the quail has been slow but positive, says Smith, a member
of the local Quail Forever chapter. Operators and maintenance staff who
regularly visit the unmanned facility sometimes see quail near the plant
filling their gizzards with gravel. We dont normally see them flying
around, and were not going to hunt them, but they are there, says Smith.
Smith was operations supervisor of the Phillips Street Plant during con-
struction, but has since moved on to become operations superintendent of
Indiana American Waters 10 mgd Noblesville Treatment Plant. But he still
stops by the Phillips Street Plant occasionally to make sure the grassland
remains healthy. He observes, It was a good way to give back to Mother
Nature and the right thing to do.

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top performer
water: PLANT

A pipe gallery in the Jumping


Brook Water Treatment Plant.

The Old and


the New
THE JUMPING BROOK WATER TREATMENT PLANT USED TUBE SETTLERS TO DRIVE DOWN
TURBIDITY AND EARN A 15-YEAR DIRECTORS AWARD FROM THE PARTNERSHIP FOR SAFE WATER
STORY: Steve Frank
PHOTOGRAPHY: James Robinson

HIGH-QUALITY DRINKING WATER IS SO TAKEN FOR the winter of 1777-78 at Valley Forge near Philadelphia, Washingtons army
granted now that its hard to imagine the lack of good water affecting a Rev- had drilled and practiced to become a formidable force.
olutionary War battle. The 11,000-man British army had abandoned Philadelphia, marching
Sixteen miles northwest of Neptune Township in central New Jersey lies northeast across New Jersey to catch transport ships to take them to safety
the 1,800-acre Monmouth Battlefield State Park. On June 28, 1778, Gen. in New York. Washington and his newly trained force harassed the redcoats,
George Washington and the Continental Army ambushed the British there burned bridges, and filled wells and creeks with the bodies of horses and sol-
and fought them to a standstill. diers to make the water unusable. The intense summer heat and lack of good
That may not sound like much to brag about, but it was a turning point water caused men to drop on both sides, but the American Army stiffened
in the American Revolution and water played a role. The highly disciplined and showed the British they could fight.
British army had beaten the Continental Army almost every time. But over Now, residents of Monmouth and Ocean counties have plenty of good

38 TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR


water, thanks to the 30 mgd coming from the Jumping Brook Water Treat- UPGRADING TECHNOLOGY
ment Plant in Neptune Township and its sister facility, the 36 mgd Swim- The Jumping Brook plant is unique, says Walsh. We have what we
ming River Water Treatment Plant in Colts Neck. These plants are part of call the old plant and the new plant. The old plant has two Aldrich purifica-
the American Water family of facilities in New Jersey, the largest state in tion units that date from the 1960s and can treat about 5 mgd each. In the
American Waters regulated operations. 1980s, a growing population pushed the plant to expand, and the plant added
In 2016, the Jumping Brook plant, owned by New Jersey American Water, four solids-contact clarifiers from Infilco Degremont (SUEZ) that can pro-
received a 15-year Directors Award from the Partnership for Safe Water. duce 5 mgd each, bringing total capacity to 30 mgd.
Its tricky when youre an operator here, says Walsh. You have two dif-
SEASONAL DEMAND ferent animals to contend with. Both process trains feed into the same clear-
Matt Walsh is production supervisor at Jumping Brook, and Patricia well, but theyre separate processes.
Ramsden is manager of what is known as the Coastal North system, which The Aldrich units are referred to as all-in-one units. They take water into
includes the Jumping Brook and Swimming River plants. Walsh comes from a a center ring and mix it with chlorine gas as an oxidizer.
water operations background. He has 25 years in the water


business, and is going on 15 years with American Water.
Between Jumping Brook and Swimming River, we
We have a limnologist who comes in and does all the
service 366,000 customers, Walsh says. The influx of analytics on the reservoir. He monitors everything from
summer tourists visiting the Jersey shore has a dramatic
effect on demand. bacteria to biological growth. He provides information and
The Jumping Brook plant takes its name from the
nearby stream running on the property that was used as
recommendations for things we can do to maintain source quality.
MATT WALSH
a raw water supply in the past. The original plant, which
dates back to 1901, belonged to Monmouth Consolidated
Water. It was on the same property we now occupy, but in a different loca- Jumping Brook Water Treatment Plant,
tion, Walsh says. Jumping Brook runs out back. The original plant took Neptune Township, New Jersey
water from that stream.
BUILT: |
1901, expanded 1960s and 1980s
SERVICE AREA: |
Monmouth and Ocean counties
STABLE SOURCE
That stream cant provide nearly enough water now, so the facility buys CUSTOMERS: | 366,000 (Jumping Brook and Swimming River)
source water from the New Jersey Water Supply Authority. That water is SOURCE WATER: | Glendola Reservoir
stored in Glendola Reservoir about a mile and a half from the plant. TREATMENT PROCESS: | Aldrich purification units, solids-contact clarifiers
Glendola Reservoir is basically a big tank in the ground. Its pumped GPS COORDINATES: | Latitude: 401216.32N; longitude: 74 355.57W
storage, says Walsh. Its in Wall Township and feeds the plant via gravity.
We have a limnologist who comes in
and does all the analytics on the res-
ervoir. He monitors everything from
bacteria to biological growth. He
provides information and recom-
mendations for things we can do to
maintain source quality.
We have air blowers in the res-
ervoir. At certain times of the year
well turn them on and off to help
control algae formation and keep the
water moving. Its a great advantage.
The limnologist is very familiar with
our reservoirs. He tells us when we
have odor-forming bacteria. By
observing temperature and weather,
hell tell us when he thinks thats
going to subside.
If the taste and odor become a
problem, powdered activated carbon
can be fed into the raw water main.
Just recently we installed source
water monitoring, Walsh says.
With source water quality under
increasing challenges, American
Water has installed monitoring capa-
bility at all its facilities. The turbidity
of raw water coming from the reser-
voir ranges from 2 to 5 NTU. The water
supply authority fills the reservoir The team at the Jumping Brook treatment plant includes Colin Toon, operator maintenance mechanic; Matt Walsh,
on the side opposite of where Jump- production supervisor; Ilaben Patel, specialist water quality/environmental compliance; and Judy Habrack, supervisor
ing Brook takes its raw water feed. water quality/environmental compliance.

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We have evaporators, says
Walsh. We take liquid chlorine and
turn it into gaseous chlorine. We
feed so much chlorine that, if we
were to feed the gas directly off the
cylinder, we would freeze the line.
We added tube settlers to the puri-
fication units. Settled water turbid-
ity was around 1 NTU. With the
introduction of the tube settlers, we
now have 0.1 NTU.
This greatly enhances our filter
runtimes and our filter lives. Were
putting a lot less turbid water on top
of the filters with the introduction
of the tube settlers, so we dont have
to wash the filters as often.
The four solids-contact filters
are in a separate building from the
Aldrich units. Walsh describes them
as temperamental: If you quickly
increase the flow through them, the
solids could spill over onto the top
of the filters. You have to be gentle
with them.
Both plants pretreat with chlo-
rine and use polyaluminum chloride
as a coagulant. Then they settle sol-
ids, adding polymer to speed set-
tling. Going into the clearwell, the
water is dosed with chlorine fluoride
and a corrosion inhibitor. We went
to chloramines three years ago because
of the trihalomethanes, Walsh says.

ALWAYS LEARNING
The Jumping Brook and Swim-
ming River plants each have four
operators who work rotating shifts
Chlorine levels are checked to staff their plants 24 hours a day.
regularly at the facility (titrator The two plants are in the same Amer-
by Evoqua Water Technologies). ican Water operating unit and work
closely together. Six maintenance


Sometimes (people) think the water falls out
of the sky and it miraculously falls into their
faucet. But when you sit down with them and youre
enthusiastic, like the majority of our employees
are, you can have a conversation with people.
MATT WALSH

mechanics are available to the two plants from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday
through Friday.
The plants also share seven operator/maintenance/mechanics who float
between them, working rotating 24-hour shifts. They fill in for operators in
addition to performing minor maintenance.
Six of the plant operators hold New Jersey T1 (entry-level) water plant
operator licenses. Ten hold T2 licenses, three hold T3 licenses, and two hold
T4 licenses, the states highest level of certification.
The turbidity of raw water coming from the Glendola Reservoir ranges from The higher certification operators hold, the more training contact hours
2 to 5 NTU. The water leaves the plant at 0.1 NTU. (TCHs) they must get to maintain their licenses. TCH requirements must

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be fulfilled every three years. Operators can get some TCHs in-house, but you. Sometimes they think the water falls out of the sky and it miraculously
must also go elsewhere for other training. falls into their faucet. But when you sit down with them and youre enthusi-
Because they handle chlorine, the facility is under New Jersey Toxic astic, like the majority of our employees are, you can have a conversation
Catastrophe Prevention Act regulations, which require specialized training with people. And by the end of the conversation, theyre saying, Wow, I didnt
for all staff members. Because the facility is not owned by a municipality, it know that went on.
also falls under OSHA rules, and that drives mandatory training. For exam-
ple, employees must take a 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emer-
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Its funny, Walsh adds. When you wear an
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the public, you find that people have questions for

READY FOR THE WORST Are you forced to do more with less?
After Hurricane Sandy hit the eastern So, when do you find time for pump servicing?
U.S., Matt Walsh learned a lesson about the
need for water treatment plant reliability.
The storm hit in late October 2012. Our
whole beach area, which is a barrier island,
was devastated, recalls Walsh, production
supervisor at the Jumping Brook Water
Treatment Plant. There were houses in the
street. There were services and no houses. It
was a big to-do years of construction. Our
PVP Pumps save Time
water towers survived, but there were no and Money. Heres how.
services available. The town was wiped out.
The Jumping Brook and Swimming River
water plants were far enough inland to be
spared the worst impacts. We experienced
PVP Double Disc Pumps operate up to 10 times
high winds, says Walsh. We had two small longer and cost up to 70% less to maintain. When
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IN MY WORDS

Just One Water


THE NEWLY FORMED WATER ENVIRONMENT & RESEARCH FEDERATION SETS RESEARCH
PRIORITIES THAT FOCUS ON A MORE INTEGRATED APPROACH TO WATER MANAGEMENT

By Ted J. Rulseh

T
he days of looking at water as separate entities wastewater, drink- : What does the second phase of
ing water, groundwater, stormwater are rapidly fading. Consensus is research planning look like?
forming that theres just one water, that all those sources are connected. Mosher: In the longer term we are under-
In line with that, a year ago the Water Environment Research Founda- taking a visioning process to help foresee the
tion (WERF) and the WateReuse Research Foundation (WRRF) merged to future of water supply and water management,
create the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF). and to develop research concepts reflecting
This not-for-profit organization brings together a $200 million portfolio that vision. We also plan to reach out to our
of research. But now that this new entity exists, where will its research empha- partners, including our subscribing members.
sis fall? A key decision-maker is Jeff Mosher, chief research and strategic That process may include a crowdsourcing
planning officer. approach where we take our initial ideas and
Mosher has been in the water field since 1990, previously working on reg- vet them with multiple stakeholders. Based
ulatory development as a contractor to the U.S. EPA and on science and tech- on this interaction and feedback, well develop
nology related to water, water quality, and water treatment. For the last 11 an updated research program to start in 2018
years, he served as executive director of the National Water Research Insti- that reflects the shared views developed in
Jeff Mosher
tute. Before that, he worked with the Association of Metropolitan Water the visioning effort.
Agencies and WRRF. He talked about his new organizations research pri-
orities in an interview with Treatment Plant Operator. : How would you describe WE&RFs immediate research priorities?
Mosher: Were very interested in resource recovery. For example, we
: How would you describe the approach WE&RF is taking toward want wastewater utilities to recover water, nutrients and energy. Water reuse,
research? including potable reuse, is a large focus. Also, utilities need to be energy
Mosher: The purpose of the merger was to approach water in a more efficient and should consider solar power and other initiatives to integrate
integrated way. Water issues are connected. WE&RF is thinking about renewable energy into treatment facilities. Beyond that, there is real poten-
managing all the water resources within the urban environment more effec- tial for wastewater facilities to become net zero-energy facilities, generating
tively. I believe one outcome is to build more resiliency into water resources more energy than they use.
management, both on the supply and demand sides, including water for the
environment. : What about resource recovery looking beyond energy?
Mosher: Nutrient recovery is an important area.

We need to remove nutrients from wastewater before dis-


We have an initiative called sustainable integrated water charge to the environment there are effluent standards
management. Thats where we look at ideas on how to for phosphorus and nitrogen but can we recover those
nutrients? And are there other materials in wastewater,
manage water supplies holistically, whether thats wastewater, such as metals, that can be recovered?
stormwater, recycled water or groundwater. It also includes : What about research initiatives that take a
green infrastructure. more holistic view?
JEFF MOSHER Mosher: We have an initiative called sustainable
integrated water management. Thats where we look at
: What criteria are you using to establish research priorities? ideas on how to manage water supplies holistically, whether thats wastewa-
Mosher: We have taken a two-phase approach. In the first phase, weve ter, stormwater, recycled water or groundwater. It also includes green infra-
developed a 2017 research plan integrating the current activities of WERF structure. An example of that is on-site water treatment: collecting water
and WRRF into one research program. That is an interim step. from a building or a district, treating it on site and using it for non-potable

42 TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR


purposes such as flushing toilets. Its a question of transforming how we performance and reliability. Online monitoring will tell us in near real time
approach watershed management integrating it with urban, agriculture, that the processes are performing as they should. We want immediate feed-
forestry, industrial and others uses. back to be available to the operators. So were researching what kind of mon-
itoring we need for each specific unit process in a DPR system. We envision
: How does stormwater fit into the picture of water reuse? a multiple-barrier concept for example, not just one treatment for patho-
Mosher: One question is whether we can treat the initial flushes of gens but three or four barriers. We then monitor each barrier and have pro-
stormwater that may contain more contamination using things like passive cedures to collect and retreat off-spec water.
filters. Theres also a push for decentralized stormwater capture collect-
ing stormwater on a city block, storing it underground in a manufactured : What does all this mean for the people who operate collection
container, and using it for irrigation or directing it to groundwater recharge. systems, wastewater treatment plants and advanced water treatment
facilities?
: Where does potable reuse fit into the research picture? Mosher: State regulators have been very good about working with util-
Mosher: We have a very strong program on recycled water, and there is ities who are thinking about potable reuse. They often ask: Are the opera-
tremendous interest in expanding potable reuse in many states. That includes tors trained? Do they have the right certifications? Do they know how to run
indirect potable reuse where we recharge the water into the ground or use it the advanced treatment? Thats part of what is going to ensure success: hav-
to augment drinking water reservoirs. Theres also a trend toward direct ing great operators who are appropriately trained and experienced.
potable reuse, in which the water is not put in an environmental buffer.
: What kinds of additional certifications would operators need?
: What are the challenges to attaining widespread adoption of Mosher: We are researching training approaches for DPR operators
DPR? Cost? Public acceptance? Technology? and the added certification programs that would be needed. We already have
Mosher: It is a combination.


DPR is not just a treatment process.
Its a question of managing the waste- State regulators often ask: Are the operators trained? Do they have the
water collection system differently,
operating the wastewater plant dif- right certifications? Do they know how to run the advanced treatment?
ferently, better monitoring, the use Thats part of what is going to ensure success: having great operators who
for advanced treatments, and opera-
tor training. are appropriately trained and experienced.
JEFF MOSHER
: What is involved in run-
ning the collection system differently? water and wastewater certifications. To those we could add programs for
Mosher: If you think about how we manage drinking water, we do advanced treatment, or we could develop a certification program for advanced
source protection. We protect watersheds, reservoirs and rivers to keep pol- treatment. In other words, if you have a water certification, then you would
lutants out of the water supply. We can apply similar concepts to managing get a more advanced water certification. That would be up to the states.
collection systems by building on our current wastewater pretreatment
programs. : What about actual training in the site-specific processes?
Mosher: There are organizations developing training programs for
: How would operation of the wastewater treatment plant have these advanced treatment systems, whether thats advanced oxidation or
to change? membrane technology. Sending operators to those programs will be a part
Mosher: Traditionally, wastewater treatment discharge requirements of it. Then when these operators are being hired or promoted, the utilities
are based on weekly or monthly averages. On the drinking water side we deal will train them on their specific equipment.
in maximums such as the maximum turbidity coming out of the filters.
Those maximums cannot be exceeded. There are ways for wastewater oper- : What about dealing with specific pollutants in wastewater that
ators to modify their treatment and monitoring. For example, its possible need to be removed for DPR?
to put an equalization basin at the end of the treatment process to equalize Mosher: A lot of research is going into characterizing trace organic
the water quality before it goes to advanced treatment. They could also run chemicals chiefly the pharmaceuticals that pass through people and go
the activated sludge process differently to increase removal of trace organic into the wastewater collection system. We need appropriate analytical meth-
compounds like pharmaceuticals. ods to detect them, to understand their public health significance, and to
what levels we need to treat them. Its the same with pathogens. We need to
: What do you observe about public acceptance of DPR? understand how much treatment is required to produce safe water.
Mosher: The key is to go out to your stakeholders early and talk to them
about the reason why you want to do this. Once they understand the treat- : What kinds of analytical tools are on the horizon or already here?
ment processes and the benefits, you can get a vast majority of a community Mosher: There are some exciting new monitoring methods coming
to support these projects. down. One is next-generation sequencing, which is used to assess microbi-
als in settings from an advanced wastewater treatment process to a drinking
: What areas of research is WE&RF exploring in relation to DPR? water distribution system. This method gives us a list of the full range of
Mosher: We want to better understand the treatment technologies. Part microbiologicals present. Its a game changer in terms of our ability to under-
of that is using new and innovative technologies, and innovation is an area stand the microbial community in a plant or distribution system.
where we are very strong. For example, those technologies could be more It really comes down to applying these techniques as they become avail-
cost-effective or more energy efficient. Other important aspects are how to able to see if they can help in assessing chemicals and pathogens. We have
monitor and operate the DPR systems. current methods, but it is possible that new methods will give us a better
understanding.
: What aspects of monitoring are critical for DPR?
Mosher: We need to monitor for compliance, but also for treatment

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TECHNOLOGY
DEEP DIVE
2

1. The Hydro MicroScreen


system is designed to do
the same work as a primary
clarifier in a smaller footprint.

2. The screen itself looks


identical to a window screen
except that the mesh size can
be varied.

3. The material removes rides


on top of the screen; it later
falls off by gravity.
1 3

Beyond Settling
HYDRO MICROSCREEN TECHNOLOGY COMBINES FINE SCREENING AND PRIMARY
TREATMENT, HELPING PLANTS SAVE SPACE AND ENHANCE EFFICIENCY
By Ted J. Rulseh

P
plants couldnt obtain land affordably, or the land they acquired was so
rimary clarifiers have been basic equipment in wastewater treatment degraded that it cost significant money to upgrade it. And second, plants
for decades, and they remain effective. were looking to manage solids so as to feed material directly to energy
Now, Hydro International offers an alternative form of primary recovery systems. Those include anaerobic digesters, as well as gasification
treatment that uses a screening process instead of gravity settling to get the and pyrolysis processes, which are starting to make waves.
job done. The company says its Hydro MicroScreen system can do the same
work as primary clarifiers in a significantly smaller footprint with lower : So your technology is basically replacing the primary clarifier?
power input and at lower cost of installation. Bokenkroger: Thats correct. For small plants, under about 4 mgd
The technology uses a rotating belt screen to separate out solids, which peak flow, we can combine fine screening, grit removal and advanced pri-
in smaller plants can include grit and fine screenings as well as the material mary clarification in one component.
that comprises primary sludge. The


company says the system removes
50 to 60 percent of TSS, along with Because we have a fairly steep but not too steep angle of incline, close
20 to 40 percent of BOD and 10 per-
cent of phosphorus by removing their to 90 percent of the material falls off by gravity. The rest falls off with
particulate forms.
The process allows engineers and
low-volume, high-pressure wash water and a secondary scraper.
operators to choose from a range of MATT BOKENKROGER
screen mesh sizes and thereby cus-
tomize the removal rate and optimize the efficiency of downstream processes : In simple terms, how does the screening process work?
including nitrification. It is suited for a variety of industrial uses. Matt Boken- Bokenkroger: The equipment is typically installed in a stainless steel
kroger, industrial sales manager, talked about the technology in an interview vessel. The influent level is controlled by the rotational speed of the screen.
with Treatment Plant Operator. Heavy solids require a higher screen speed. Lighter solids loading would
require a lower screen speed. In either case, the water level stays the same.
: What problems in the marketplace are addressed by this A level transducer monitors the inlet water cavity, and an algorithm directs
technology? the screen to speed up or slow down. In that way we maintain a uniform,
Bokenkroger: First, land values were becoming astronomical so that thick mat of solids on the screen.

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: What does this screen look like? can then perform whatever maintenance or service is needed, and the moment
Bokenkroger: It looks identical to a window screen, except we can the lid is closed, operation automatically starts again.
vary the mesh size. If the screen has a 100-micron mesh, then it has 100-micron
squares. The screen doesnt stretch or expand. It has greater than 300 pounds : How can the equipment be customized to meet a given plants
per square foot loading capacity, which will never be reached. The material requirements?
we remove doesnt get trapped inside the screen. It rides on top of it. Because Bokenkroger: We offer screen porosities from 70 microns to 5,000
we have a fairly steep but not too steep angle of incline, close to 90 percent microns. A 70-micron screen has 13 percent open area, while a 1,000-micron
of the material falls off by gravity. The rest falls off with low-volume, high- screen has 50 percent open area. Most municipal plants just want primary
pressure wash water and a secondary scraper. clarification, and we can do that reliably with a 300- to 400-micron screen,
unless they also want grit removal, in which case we need a 158-micron screen.
: What happens to the material that is removed? Industrial users would often choose a smaller mesh. They want to remove as
Bokenkroger: Under the screen we have a built-in auger. The auger much material as possible to reduce BOD and TSS surcharges from munici-
conveys the material to a discharge point. Along with the auger we can add pal treatment plants.
a dewatering press, if the customer wants it. If there is no press, we expect
material at 3 to 5 percent solids, similar to primary clarifier sludge. With a
press we expect 20 to 25 percent solids. That mate-
rial will pass a paint filter test and has been approved
to go to landfill. However, being a renewable energy
proponent, I would prefer to see the liquid slurry
go to digestion or the compressed material to
gasification.

: How would the footprint of this technol-


ogy compare to primary clarifiers in different-size
treatment plants?
Bokenkroger: For large-scale plants, the tech-
nology would have as low as 10 percent of the foot-
print of primary clarifiers and use 20 percent of the
power. For a 2 mgd or 3 mgd facility, its closer to 50
percent of the footprint and 50 percent of the power.
We did a theoretical project with an engineering firm
for a plant in Oklahoma that had six primary clari-
fiers. Our MicroScreen would have fit within one-
third the space of one of the primary clarifiers.

: How can this technology affect down-


stream processes?
Bokenkroger: There are so many variables,
but to cite one example, in a biological nutrient
removal process, it can reduce sludge wasting and
make it easier to maintain the desired food-to-micro-
organism ratio. Many facilities have found that they
can dial down their aeration requirement.

: What has been done to ensure that this


system is reliable?
Bokenkroger: The system was originally
designed for use in tanneries, where they can have
from 2 to 12 pH, from 0.2 to 3 percent solids loading,
and average H2S content at 100 to 125 ppm. For munic-
ipal plants, our system is several times more robust
than what they need. We also designed the compo-
nents to be maintenance-friendly. For example, on
rotational components, we wired the bolts to reduce
maintenance. Weve also hard-plumbed the grease
ports to the top of the unit.

: What safety features does this system


include?
Bokenkroger: Our screen is 100 percent
designed to meet OSHA standards for rotational
equipment. The access ports where operators can see
the screen are guarded with wire mesh. If they lift a
lid to get inside, the rotation stops instantly. They
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SUSTAINABLE
OPERATIONS

Target Net Zero


THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
IN WYOMINGS JACKSON HOLE TAKES
PROGRESSIVE STEPS TO FIT IN WITH ITS

PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE TOWN OF JACKSON WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT


ENVIRONMENTALLY SENSITIVE SURROUNDINGS

By Doug Day

T
he first challenge for the Jackson Wastewater Treatment Plant was
to reduce energy use by 10 percent. With that achieved, the goal was
to treat each gallon 40 percent more efficiently.
The plant exceeded that goal by nearly two times and ahead of schedule.
Now Johnny Ziem, wastewater manager, is looking to keep moving the bar
and achieve net zero energy at the 5 mgd design/2.2 mgd average lagoon
treatment plant in scenic Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

WATER MIXING
Fourteen GridBee mixers (Medora Corporation) pull in water from all
The latest project, installed in summer 2015, is a GridBee mixing sys-
corners of the lagoons and redistribute it across the surface to
tem (Medora Corporation) to improve lagoon aeration efficiency. We were
provide mixing.
operating 750 hp of aeration/mixing equipment, and we are now running
250 hp, says Ziem. This helped reduce our carbon footprint by about 1 mil-
lion kWh. Even with the low power cost of 4.3 cents per kWh, we saved about In 2010, old floating mixers that aerated five of the ponds were upgraded
$55,000 the first year alone. to Triton Aire-02 mixers (Aeration Industries) that mix much more efficiently
The $561,000 project was funded by the town of Jackson with help from the and use less energy. That enabled the plant to meet its original goal of 10
non-profit Teton County Wastewater Funds and Energy Conservation Works. percent energy savings.
Lower Valley Energy gave the township a rebate check of $224,592, covering The next year, to further reduce electricity use during part of the year,
about 40 percent of the project cost. Including the rebate and first-year sav- the plant got to work on the two 250 hp blowers for the coarse-bubble diffu-
ings the payback appears to be six years or less as the system is fine-tuned. sion system in the second five lagoons. The plant added a high-speed turbo-
blower from HSI (Atlas Copco) for

aeration in the five winter months


Were taught that we should keep dissolved oxygen around 2.25 mg/L. when less air is needed.
Around that time the town board
Now we tend to shoot for 1 to 1.5 mg/L. Thats a good example of seeing issued a new challenge: The 40x20
what changes you can do with the situation that you have. Initiative directed the plant was to be
JOHNNY ZIEM 40 percent more efficient by 2020 than
in 2006.
The mixers are the latest in a list of projects that started when the town
council looked at its operations in 2006 and decided to cut overall energy BETTER LAGOONS
use by 10 percent by 2010, called the 10x10 Initiative. That was a really good In 2013, when Ziem moved from senior wastewater operator to his pres-
start on this path of really watching our energy, tweaking our use, looking ent position, the group changed the way the lagoons operated. The plant
at multiple ways we can save energy that also allows us to avoid some major sometimes exceeded its permit maximum pH of 9 in summer and early fall
costs, says Ziem. when the lagoons produced substantial amounts of algae.
Producing algae uses up a lot of alkalinity, says Ziem. We had the
GOING SOLAR capability to bypass four of the five ponds that were on the diffuser system,
In 2008, the plant installed 144 panels in a 27 kW solar array from Cre- and to shut off the air to the last pond and turn that into a polishing pond
ative Energies in Lander, Wyoming. Two years later, a second phase added to try to regain some alkalinity.
702 panels for an additional 165 kW. At the point, we had the biggest solar Doing so also enabled the two blowers to be shut down at intervals instead
farm in Wyoming, notes Ziem. More solar was to come, but not before the of running around the clock. That reduced blower electricity usage from 4.3
plant took other actions to become more efficient. million kWh to 2.8 million kWh per year and eliminated pH violations. The

46 TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR


mixers were also shut off at times in the primary ponds, allowing the opera-
tors to lower dissolved oxygen to the spot where the plant could meet efflu-
ent standards with the least energy.
Were taught that we should keep dissolved oxygen around 2.25 mg/L,
says Ziem. Now we tend to shoot for 1 to 1.5 mg/L. Thats a good example
of seeing what changes you can do with the situation that you have.

EFFICIENT HEATING
In 2014, the plant team replaced its old and inefficient propane heaters
with 93 percent efficient propane heaters (Modine Manufacturing). We
didnt just swap out all of them, Ziem says. We looked holistically at our
facilities. One was in an office that wasnt occupied all the time, so we put
in an electric radiant heater and programmable thermostat. Some others we
just turned off.
One such location was a storage garage where heaters kept a waterline
from freezing. The water wasnt used in winter, so the line was closed and
drained, and the heaters turned off. Thermostats were reset from 68 to 50
degrees in the UV disinfection building and a pump building, which were
unoccupied. These measures cut propane use from 11,000 gallons to 5,500
gallons per year.
A year later, the plant added 246
more solar panels (69 kW) from Cre-
ative Energies to power a pumping
facility. That brought solar capacity
to 261 kW. With all the solar weve
added, of our three main facilities,
two are net zero; we produce more
electricity than those buildings use.

LEFT: A blower from HSI (Atlas


Copco) with an integrated variable
frequency drive and motor offers
high efficiency, lower sound, and
virtually no maintenance. BELOW:
Replacing old suspended heaters
with units that have 93 percent
thermal efficiency (Modine Manu-
facturing) and by lowering building
temperatures, the Jackson plant was
able to cut propane use in half.

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understand what happens with dissolved oxygen, Ziem says. It really sky-
rockets in the afternoon.

TAKING CHANCES
Ziem understands that lagoon systems with long detention times are for-
giving, so hes not afraid to experiment. Its kind of trial and error, he says.
I can look at a graph and see what we did and what happened. You can
The plant also revisited the Triton blowers added five years before. Their always turn stuff back on and not get yourself in a hole.
SCADA-connected dissolved oxygen sensors in lagoons had to be cleaned And the 40x20 Initiative? That was met in 2014. As of last year, the
every two days from a rowboat. We ended up not using them, and I felt we 36-year-old plant was treating each gallon 70 percent more efficiently than
were missing a good opportunity to understand what happens with DO in 2006. Electricity use has been reduced by 4.5 million kWh per year. Were
throughout the day, Ziem says. between $50,000 and $70,000 a year that were not spending on electricity
The sensors were moved to the diversion structures between ponds, where and propane, Ziem says.
less algae grows and the sensors can be accessed on foot. The SCADA sys- His new objective is a completely net-zero plant, getting all energy from
tem was updated to track DO every minute in real time. We can now really on-site sources. Theres a long way to go, but he will keep looking.

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HEARTS
AND MINDS

Going With the Flow


HANDS-ON ACTIVITIES TEACH MAINE MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS ABOUT
THE WATER CYCLE, RUNOFF PREVENTION AND WATERSHED PRESERVATION
By Craig Mandli

T
hey can be a drop of saltwater in the Atlantic Ocean. Or a drop of
clean water fresh from a well. Or even a drop of wastewater making
its way through a sewer.
Middle school students in Maine learn about the water cycle by pretend-
ing to be water droplets as part of the Portland Water Districts WaterWays,
a 20-year-old program that teaches kids about preserving water resources.
The WaterWays program brings hands-on learning in the sciences to
about 1,000 students across southern Maine each year. Recent changes keep
things fresh and help it fit with national science education standards.
WaterWays lets them know what they can personally do to help improve
our water resources, says Sarah Plummer, environmental education coor-
dinator with the district.


In previous years, an environ-
mental educator attended one class Ive always felt that
each month during the school year.
Now, with more funding available, students, especially
the district has a full-time educator
and a more concentrated program
those in middle school,
that helps students engage and understand more when
retain what they learn. Educators
visit the classrooms once a week they learn through their
over four weeks, delivering hands-
on and sensory lessons to involve senses. Its great seeing
kids in science, especially as it that light go on as they
applies to water.
grasp what can be some
HANDS-ON APPROACH
Schools can choose different pretty complicated
PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE PORTLAND WATER DISTRICT

themes to fit with their science cur- concepts.


ricula. For instance, one lesson
SARAH PLUMMER
introduced six landscaping tech-
niques to prevent erosion and divert
runoff from water bodies. Simple ideas like planting trees and shrubs along
the waterline and placing rain barrels under rain gutters are the same con-
cepts water district scientists use to solve real-world problems.
After the lesson, groups of students were given two-dimensional land-
scape models of a backyard and a list of three water management problems
to solve. Using their lessons, they created a model of their solutions using a
diagram of the home and pieces of felt to represent management techniques.
Students in Portland get a lesson on watersheds using epoxy models that Ive always felt that students, especially those in middle school, under-
mimic how water moves in the environment. stand more when they learn through their senses, Plummer says. Its great see-

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Students in Gorham get an
up-close look at the impact of
pollution. The lesson is part of
the Portland Water District
WaterWays program.

Hands-on activities engage students in devising solutions


Environmental educator Jason Duff teaches students about watershed buffer areas. to real-world water problems.

ing that light go on as they grasp what can be some pretty complicated concepts. Plummer says the goal is to see students use the conservation tech-
In the water cycle lesson, students roll dice to select where in the water niques in their own lives and start conversations with their parents about
cycle their droplets start and then collect colored beads to track their jour- how they can work as a family to protect the watershed.
ney. That lesson is neat because the students dont realize how many parts We do outreach aimed at adults and homeowners as well, but some-
of the water cycle one droplet can be a part of, says Plummer. It also drives times I feel that the point can get driven home if we can get the kids pas-
home the idea that pollution to one portion of the water cycle can have a sionate about it, she says. We also
negative impact on many parts. provide follow-up materials for
teachers to continue the lessons as
Whats Your Story?
IN THE FIELD part of the in-class curriculum. We
Other lessons include treatment plant tours and field trips to learn know our time with these students TPO welcomes news about your
about aquatic habitats. In another lesson, kids pour water on epoxy water- is limited, so its about making the public education and community
shed models that mimic how water moves in the environment. Teachers tell biggest impact we can. outreach efforts for future articles
Plummer these lessons are favorites. The teachers are very on-board with in the Hearts and Minds column.
Send your ideas to editor@tpo
what were doing, she says. In fact, we have trouble meeting the need with
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2055 Boggs Rd. Alfa Laval Inc. 800-926-7337 Fax: 303-347-0804 Anue Water Technologies, Inc.
Duluth, GA 30096 5400 International Trade Dr. www.awwa.org 1923 Avenida Plaza Real
866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057 Richmond, VA 23231 Ad on page 65 Oceanside, CA 92056
sales@adedgetechnologies.com 866-253-2528 760-727-2683
www.adedgetech.com customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com AMETEK Drexelbrook
info@anuewater.com
Ad on page 25 www.alfalaval.us 205 Keith Valley Rd.
www.anuewater.com
Horsham, PA 19044
Aeration Industries International
4100 Peavey Rd.
215-674-1234 Fax: 215-674-2731 Aqseptence Group Inc.
drexelbrook.info@ametek.com 1950 Old Hwy 8 NW
Chaska, MN 55318
www.drexelbrook.com New Brighton, MN 55112
800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293
800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171
aii@aireo2.com Amiad USA
matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com
www.aireo2.com 120-J Talbert Rd.
www.johnsonscreens.com
Mooresville, NC 28117
Aerzen USA
108 Independence Way
All-Star Products 704-662-3133 Fax: 704-662-3155
2095 Exeter Rd., Ste. 80-324 infousa@amiad.com
Coatesville, PA 19320 www.amiadusa.com
Memphis, TN 38138
610-380-0244
800-431-8258 901-755-9613
aerzen@aerzenusa.com Aqua Operations, Inc.
edwardb@all-star-usa.com
www.aerzen.com/en-us/ PO Box 9956
www.all-star-usa.com
Ad on page 45 Bakersfield, CA 93389
Ad on page 21
AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc. 888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861
55 E Uwchlan Ave., Ste. 201 AmTech Tank Lining & Repair childerbrand@aquaoperations.com
Exton, PA 19341 75-4 Main St., Ste. 300 www.aquaoperations.com
800-424-7833 610-423-4300 Fax: 610-423-4301 Plymouth, NH 03264 Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
www.agcchem.com AllChem Performance Products
6010 NW First Pl. 888-839-0373 Fax: 603-947-9500 6306 N Alpine Rd.
Agru America, Inc. Gainesville, FL 32607 info@amtechtanklining.com Loves Park, IL 61111
500 Garrison Rd. 352-333-7327 Fax: 866-343-1216 www.amtechtanklining.com 800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508
Georgetown, SC 29440 horizon@allchem.com Ad on page 91 solutions@aqua-aerobic.com
800-373-2478 843-546-0600 Fax: 843-527-2738 www.horizonwater.com www.aqua-aerobic.com
AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp.
salesmkg@agruamerica.com 600 N Commons Dr., Ste. 116 Ad on page 11
www.agruamerica.com AllMax Software, Inc.
911 S Main St. Aurora, IL 60504 Aqualitec Corp.
Kenton, OH 43326 630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647 3415 S Sepulveda Blvd., Ste. 1100
800-670-1867 419-673-8863 Fax: 419-673-8864 phaizman@amwell-inc.com Los Angeles, CA 90034
sales@allmaxsoftware.com www.amwell-inc.com 855-650-2214
www.allmaxsoftware.com info@aqualitec.com
Ad on page 31 www.aqualitec.com

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AQUATURBO SYSTEMS, Inc. CleanTek Water Solutions


1754 Ford Ave.
Springdale, AR 72764
C 7984 University Ave.
Fridley, MN 55432
479-927-1300 Fax: 479-927-0700 Blue-White Industries Cam Spray 866-929-7773
ats@aquaturbo.com 5300 Business Dr. 520 Brooks Rd. info@cleantekwater.com
www.aquaturbousa.com Huntington Beach, CA 92649 Iowa Falls, IA 50126 www.cleantekwater.com
714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492 800-648-5011 641-648-5011 Fax: 641-648-5013
ASA Analytics sales@blue-white.com ClearSpan Fabric Structures
2325 Parklawn Dr., Ste. I sales@camspray.com 1395 John Fitch Blvd.
www.blue-white.com www.camspray.com
Waukesha, WI 53186 Ad on page 2 South Windsor, CT 06074
262-717-9500 Fax: 262-717-9530 Ad on page 87 866-643-1010
info@chemscan.com CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc. trussinquiry@clearspan.com
www.asaanalytics.com 28205 Scippo Creek Rd. www.clearspan.com
Boerger, LLC Circleville, OH 43113 Ad on page 77
Asahi/America, Inc.
655 Andover St. 2860 Water Tower Pl. 800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656
Lawrence, MA 01843 Chanhassen, MN 55317 info@ceicompanies.com
800-343-3618 781-321-5409 Fax: 800-787-6861 612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301 www.ceifiltration.com
asahi@asahi-america.com america@boerger.com CEM Corporation CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corp.
www.asahi-america.com www.boerger.com 9535 58th Pl.
3100 Smith Farm Rd.
Ad on page 55 Kenosha, WI 53144
Matthews, NC 28104
262-764-3651 Fax: 262-764-8705
800-726-3331 Fax: 704-821-7015
info@cnp-tec.com
B info@cem.com
www.cem.com
www.cnp-tec.com
Ad on page 85
BOHN BIOFILTER Ad on page 67
PO Box 44235 Crane Pumps & Systems
Central Life Sciences 420 Third St.
Tucson, AZ 85733
BCR Environmental Corporation 520-624-4644
1501 E Woodfield Rd., Ste. 200W
Piqua, OH 45356
6621 Southpoint Dr. N, Ste. 200 Schaumburg, IL 60173
info@bohnbiofilter.com 937-778-8947 Fax: 937-773-7157
Jacksonville, FL 32216 800-367-0659
www.bohnbiofilter.com cranepumps@cranepumps.com
904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828 conrel@central.com
www.cranepumps.com
marketing@bcrenv.com www.strikeproducts.com
www.bcrenv.com Ad on page 17
BDP Industries
354 State Rte. 29 CST Industries, Inc.
Greenwich, NY 12834
Bradley Innovation Group Centrisys Corporation 904 E. 104th Ave. Ste. 900
518-695-6851 Fax: 518-695-5417 9586 58th Pl. Kansas City, MT 64131
6919 Brookville Rd.
dan@bdpindustries.com Kenosha, WI 53144 913-621-3700
Indianapolis, IN 46239
www.bdpindustries.com 262-654-6006 Fax: 262-764-8705 sales@cstindustries.com
317-726-6615
Ad on page 73 sales@big-h2o.com info@centrisys.us www.cstindustries.com
www.big-h2o.com www.centrisys.com
BinMaster Level Controls
Ad on page 81
7201 N 98th St. Bright Technologies,
Lincoln, NE 68507
800-278-4241 402-434-9102 Fax: 402-434-9133 Division of Sebright Products, Inc. D
info@binmaster.com 127 N Water St. Data Flow Systems, Inc.
www.binmaster.com Hopkins, MI 49328 Charter Machine Company 605 N John Rodes Blvd.
Ad on page 117 800-253-0532 269-793-7183 Fax: 269-793-4022 55 Wester Ave. Melbourne, FL 32934
julie@brightbeltpress.com Metuchen, NJ 08840 321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006
www.brightbeltpress.com 732-548-4400 info@dataflowsys.com
Ad on page 83 walterk@chartermachine.com www.dataflowsys.com
www.chartermachine.com
Brown Bear Corporation Deep Trekker Inc.
Bio-Microbics, Inc. 2248 Avenue of Industries CHEMetrics, Inc.
8450 Cole Pkwy. 830 Trillium Drive
Corning, IA 50841 4295 Catlett Rd. Kitchener, ON N2R 1K4
Shawnee, KS 66227
641-322-4220 Fax: 641-322-3527 Midland, VA 22728 Canada
800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808
sales@brownbearcorp.com 800-356-3072 540-788-9026 Fax: 540-788-4856 519-342-3177
sales@biomicrobics.com
www.brownbearcorp.com sales@chemetrics.com sales@deeptrekker.com
www.biomicrobics.com
www.chemetrics.com www.deeptrekker.com
Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems
BioAir Solutions LLC 516 Viking Dr. Chromalox Ad on page 93
110 Kresson-Gibbsboro Rd., Ste. 303
Virginia Beach, VA 23452 103 Gamma Dr.
Voorhees, NJ 08043
800-872-7867 757-463-7800 Fax: 757-463-7407 Pittsburgh, PA 15238
856-258-6969 Fax: 856-258-6975
marketing@buschusa.com 800-443-2640 412-967-3800 Fax: 412-967-5148
cwest@bioairsolutions.com
www.buschusa.com sales@chromalox.com
www.bioairsolutions.com
www.chromalox.com Delta M Corporation
Byo-Gon, Inc. 1003 Larsen Dr.
Bionetix International 1190 Clements Ferry Rd., Ste. D Cla-Val Oak Ridge, TN 37830
21040 Rue Daoust
Charleston, SC 29492 1701 Placentia Ave. 800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC H9X 4C7
888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318 Costa Mesa, CA 92627 sales@deltamcorp.com
Canada
info@byogon.com 800-942-6326 949-722-4800 Fax: 949-574-5703 www.deltamcorp.com
514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589
www.byogon.com info@cla-val.com
info@bionetix.ca
Ad on page 117 www.cla-val.com
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Emerson / Rosemount Flowrox, Inc.
6021 Innovation Blvd. 808 Barkwood Ct., Ste. N
Shakopee, MN 55379 Linthicum, MD 21090
800-854-8257 952-906-8888 EnviroSuite 410-636-2250 Fax: 410-636-9062
Dragon Products, Ltd. liquid.csc@emerson.com 533 Airport Rd., Ste. 330 sales-us@flowrox.com
1655 Louisiana St. www.rosemount.com Burlingame, CA 94010 www.flowrox.com
Beaumont, TX 77701 424-335-1331
800-231-8198 inquiries@envirosuite.com Fluidyne Corporation
sales@modernusa.com www.envirosuite.com 5436 Nordic Dr., Ste. D
www.dragonproductsltd.com Cedar Falls, IA 50613
Eurus Blower, Inc. 319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034
DRYCAKE Emerson Automation Solutions PO Box 4588 fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com
208-2255 Cypress St. 200 Beta Dr. Wheaton, IL 60189 www.fluidynecorp.com
Vancouver, BC V6J 3M6 Pittsburgh, PA 15238 630-221-8282 Fax: 630-221-1002
Canada 800-445-9723 412-963-4000 tomh@eurusblower.com
877-379-2253 604-535-2238 powerwater@emerson.com www.eurusblower.com
sales@drycake.com www.emerson.com/water Ad on page 95
www.drycake.com
Evoqua Water Technologies LLC
Duperon Corporation 181 Thorn Hill Rd.
1200 Leon Scott Ct.
Force Flow
Endress+Hauser Warrendale, PA 15086 2430 Stanwell Dr.
Saginaw, MI 48601 800-466-7873 724-772-0044
2350 Endress Pl. Concord, CA 94520
800-383-8479 989-754-8800 Fax: 989-754-2175 municipalmarketing@evoqua.com
Greenwood, IN 46143 800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713
bbauer@duperon.com www.evoqua.com
888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498 info@forceflow.com
www.duperon.com
info@us.endress.com www.forceflow.com
Duramax Cast Stainless Steel www.us.endress.com Ad on page 89
Chain & Equipment Products
PO Box 786
F Ford Hall Company, Inc.
Pewaukee, WI 53072-0786 PO Box 2110
800-691-0998 262-691-0998 Fax: 262-691-0992 Richmond, KY 40476
www.duramaxchain.com 859-624-1077 Fax: 859-624-3320
ENMET sperry@fordhall.com
680 Fairfield Ct. www.weir-wolf.com
Ann Arbor, MI 48108 Ad on page 79
E 800-521-2978 734-761-1270 Fax: 734-761-3220
F & V Operations and Resource Management
2690 Lucerne Dr. SE Fortiline Waterworks
info@enmet.com Grand Rapids, MI 49546
www.enmet.com 7025 Northwoods Dr. NW
888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005 Concord, NC 28027
bselover@fv-operations.com 844-792-7473 704-788-9800
Eagle Microsystems, Inc. www.fv-operations.com www.fortiline.com
366 Circle of Progress Dr.
Pottstown, PA 19464
800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114
info@eaglemicrosystems.com
Enterprise Specialty Products FCI - Fluid Components International Fournier Industries, Inc.
www.eaglemicrosystems.com
400 Catherine St. 1755 La Costa Meadows Dr. 3787 Frontenac Blvd. W
Laurens, SC 29360 San Marcos, CA 92078 Thetford Mines, QC G6H 2B5
864-984-7700 Fax: 864-984-2241 800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250 Canada
www.enterprisesp.com eflow@fluidcomponents.com 941-757-7201 418-423-4241 Fax: 418-423-7366
www.fluidcomponents.com f.caouette@fournierindustries.com
Fibergrate Composite Structures www.rotary-press.com
5151 Beltline Rd., Ste. 1212 Ad on page 91
Dallas, TX 75254
EBARA Fluid Handling Enviro-Care Company 800-527-4043 972-250-1633 Fax: 972-250-1530
1651 Cedar Line Dr.
Rock Hill, SC 29730
1570 St. Paul Ave.
Gurnee, IL 60031
info@fibergrate.com
www.fibergrate.com
G
803-327-5005 Fax: 803-327-5097 815-636-8306 Fax: 847-672-7968 Gardner Denver Inc.
sales@pumpsebara.com FKC Co., Ltd.
ecsales@enviro-care.com 1800 Gardner Expy.
www.pumpsebara.com 2708 W 18th St.
www.enviro-care.com Quincy, IL 62305
Port Angeles, WA 98363
Electrolytic Technologies LLC Ad on page 59 360-452-9472 Fax: 360-452-6880 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780
19597 NE 10th Ave. mail@fkcscrewpress.com www.gardnerdenver.com/gdproducts
North Miami Beach, FL 33179 Environetics, Inc. www.fkcscrewpress.com Ad on page 61
305-655-2755 Fax: 305-655-2669 1201 Commerce St.
Lockport, IL 60441 Flomatic Valves Garland Manufacturing Company
info@electrolytictech.com
815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336 15 Pruyns Island Dr. 55 Industrial Park Rd.
www.electrolytictech.com
info@environeticsinc.com Glens Falls, NY 12801 Saco, ME 04072
Ad on page 116 800-727-1900 207-283-3693 Fax: 207-283-4834
www.environeticsinc.com 800-833-2040 518-761-9797 Fax: 518-761-9798
ElectroSwitch Corporation flomatic@flomatic.com wastewater@garlandmfg.com
180 King Ave. Environmental Coatings LLC www.flomatic.com www.garlandmfg.com/plastics/wastewater.html
Weymouth, MA 02188 4702 E Virginia St. Ad on page 89
781-335-5200 Mesa, AZ 85215 Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc.
info@electroswitch.com 480-984-7608 10700 Toebben Dr.
www.electroswitch.com info@sewershield.com Independence, KY 41051
www.sewershield.com 859-448-2331 Fax: 859-448-2333
sales@flottweg.net
www.flottweg.com

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GORE Cover Harwil Corp.


105 Vieves Way 541 Kinetic Dr.
Elkton, MD 21921 Oxnard, CA 93030
GEA Group
410-506-5041 805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804
100 Fairway Ct.
bfuchs@wlgore.com sales@harwil.com
Northvale, NJ 07647
www.gorecover.com www.harwil.com
800-722-6622 201-767-3900 Fax: 201-767-3901
info.wsus@gea.com Hawk Measurement
www.gea.com Gryphon Environmental 96 Glenn St., Ste. 100B
2920 Fairview Dr. Lawrence, MA 01843
Geomembrane Technologies Inc.
Owensboro, KY 42303 888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462
370 Wilsey Rd.
270-485-2680 info@hawkmeasure.com
Fredericton, NB E3B 6E9
Gorman-Rupp Company info@2gryphon.com www.hawkmeasure.com
Canada
600 S Airport Rd. www.2gryphon.com
855-484-4630 506-452-7304 Fax: 506-452-6625 Hawkins Water Treatment Group
covers@gticovers.com Mansfield, OH 44903 2381 Rosegate
www.gticovers.com 419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251 Roseville, MN 55113
GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS
grsales@gormanrupp.com
www.GRpumps.com
H 800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304
laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
6107 SW Murray Blvd., Ste. 321 Hach
Graver Technologies www.hawkinsinc.com
Beaverton, OR 97008 5600 Lindbergh Dr.
866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293 200 Lake Dr.
Loveland, CO 80538 Hayward Flow Control
brentgill@gilltrading.com Glasgow, DE 19702
800-227-4224 970-669-3050 One Hayward Industrial Dr.
www.gilltrading.com 302-731-1700 Fax: 302-369-0938
orders@hach.com Clemmons, NC 27012
info@gravertech.com
www.hach.com 888-429-4635 Fax: 888-778-8410
www.gravertech.com
Ad on page 5 hfcsales@hayward.com
Greener Planet Systems www.haywardflowcontrol.com
7260 Highway F70 West Ad on page 15
Glasdon, Inc. Monroe, IA 50170
5200D Anthony Rd. 888-669-1787 517-719-2580
Headworks International, Inc.
Sandston, VA 23150 11000 Brittmoore Park Dr.
brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com
855-874-5273 804-726-3777 Fax: 804-726-3778 www.greenerplanetsystems.com Halogen Valve Systems, Inc. Houston, TX 77041
inquiries@glasdon.com 17961 Sky Park Cir., Ste. A 713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999
www.us.glasdon.com Irvine, CA 92614 hw@headworksintl.com
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HEMCO Corporation Lutz-JESCO America Corp.
Kee Safety, Inc.
711 S Powell Rd.
Independence, MO 64056
I 100 Stradtman St.
55 Bermar Park
Rochester, NY 14624
800-779-4362 816-796-2900 Fax: 816-796-3333 Buffalo, NY 14206 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025
In-Pipe Technology 800-851-5181 716-896-4949 Fax: 716-896-5696
info@hemcocorp.com 725 N Central Ave. mail@jescoamerica.com
www.hemcocorp.com info@keesafety.com www.lutzjescoamerica.com
Wood Dale, IL 60191 www.keesafety.com
Ad on page 117 888-325-5033 630-509-2488 Fax: 630-509-2490
Hidrostal Pumps jwilliams@in-pipe.com Keller America Inc.
2225 White Oak Cir., Ste. 101 www.in-pipe.com 351 Bell King Rd. M
Aurora, IL 60502 Newport News, VA 23606
630-948-3355 Fax: 630-948-3353 877-253-5537 757-596-6680 Fax: 757-596-6659 McCrometer Inc.
info@hidrostalpumps.com sales@kelleramerica.com 3255 W Stetson Ave.
www.hidrostalpumps.com www.kelleramerica.com Hemet, CA 92545
Indusco Environmental Services, Inc. Ad on page 7 800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078
Howden Roots PO Box 8093 customerservice@mccrometer.com
900 W Mount St. Spanish Fort, AL 36577 Kifco, Inc. www.mccrometer.com
Connersville, IN 47331 251-621-2338 700 S Schrader Ave.
800-557-6687 765-827-9200 Fax: 765-827-9317 sales@induscoenviro.com Havana, IL 62644 Milwaukee Rubber Products, Inc.
connersville.customercare@howden.com www.induscoenviro.com 800-452-7017 309-543-4425 Fax: 309-543-4945 N 52 W 13319 Falls Creek Ct.
www.howdenroots.com sales@kifco.com Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
Industrial Scientific www.kifco.com 800-325-3730 262-781-7888 Fax: 262-781-1742
HRS HEAT EXCHANGERS 1 Life Way sales@milwaukeerubber.com
Ad on page 116
840 Kennesaw Ave., NW B-1 Pittsburgh, PA 15205 www.milwaukeerubber.com
Marietta, GA 30060 412-788-4353 Fax: 412-788-8353
770-726-3540 info@indsci.com MoistTech Corp.
info@hrs-heatexchangers.com www.indsci.com 1199 Tallevast Rd.
www.hrs-heatexchangers.com Komline-Sanderson Sarasota, FL 34243
International Products Corporation 12 Holland Ave. 941-351-7870
201 Connecticut Dr. Peapack, NJ 07977 www.moisttech.com
Burlington, NJ 08016 800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487
609-386-8770 Fax: 609-386-8438 info@komline.com Mud Cat, Division of Ellicott Dredge Technologies
mkt@ipcol.com www.komline.com 1750 Madison Ave.
Huber Technology, Inc. www.ipcol.com New Richmond, WI 54017
Ad on page 69
9735 NorthCross Center Ct., Ste. A 866-467-4010 913-642-5100 Fax: 913-642-5119
Huntersville, NC 28078 KSB, Inc. sales@mudcatdredge.com
704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020 4415 Sarellen Rd. www.mudcatdredge.com
marketing@hhusa.net Henrico, VA 23231
www.huberforum.net 800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961
Ad on page 9 IWAKI America sales@ksbusa.com
5 Boynton Rd.
www.ksbusa.com
Hydra-Tech Pumps Holliston, MA 01746
167 Stock St. 508-429-1440
Myron L Company
Kuhn North America, Inc. 2450 Impala Dr.
Nesquehoning, PA 18240 info@iwakiamerica.com PO Box 167 Carlsbad, CA 92010
570-645-3779 Fax: 570-645-4061 www.iwakiamerica.com Brodhead, WI 53520 760-438-2021 Fax: 760-931-9189
htpump@hydra-tech.com
608-897-2131 Fax: 608-897-2561 info@myronl.com
www.hydra-tech.com
chris.searles@kuhn.com www.myronl.com
J www.kuhnnorthamerica.com Ad on page 57
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JDV Equipment Corporation
1 Princeton Ave.
Hydrite Chemical Co.
300 N Patrick Blvd.
Dover, NJ 07801
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 L N
Brookfield, WI 53045 sales@jdvequipment.com Nasco Whirl-Pak
262-792-1450 www.jdvequipment.com 901 Janesville Ave.
marketing@hydrite.com Ad on page 83 Fort Atkinson, WI 53538
www.hydrite.com 800-558-9595 920-568-5578 Fax: 920-568-5778
JPCI Services info@enasco.com
4702 E Virginia St. Lakeside Equipment Corporation
1022 E Devon Ave. www.enasco.com/whirlpak
Mesa, AZ 85215
Bartlett, IL 60103 Ad on page 117
480-986-1212
Hydro International info@jpciservices.com 630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647 NEFCO Systems, Inc.
2925 NW Aloclek Dr., Ste. 140 www.jpciservices.com sales@lakeside-equipment.com 8895 N Military Trail, Bldg. C, Ste. 100
Hillsboro, OR 97124 www.lakeside-equipment.com Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
866-615-8130 503-615-8130 Fax: 503-615-2906 Ad on page 3 561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043
questions@hydro-int.com
www.hydro-int.com
K LaMotte Company sales@nefco.us
www.nefco.us
802 Washington Ave.
Ad on page 63 KCH Engineered Systems Chestertown, MD 21620 NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC
Hydromantis Environmental 144 Industrial Dr. 800-344-3100 410-778-3100 Fax: 410-778-6394 119 Pickering Way
Software Solutions, Inc. Forest City, NC 28043 mkt@lamotte.com Exton, PA 19341
406 King St. West 828-245-9836 www.lamotte.com 610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971
Hamilton, ON L8P 1B5 khankinson@kchservices.com npa@netzsch.com
www.kchservices.com LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc.
Canada 40 Whitecap Dr. www.pumps.netzsch.com
905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031 North Kingstown, RI 02852
info@hydromantis.com 401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108
www.hydromantis.com adox@lanxess.com
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North Carolina Rural Water Association Paxxo


PO Box 540 1924 Millard Farmer Rd.
Welcome, NC 27374 Newnan, GA 30263
336-731-6963 Fax: 336-731-8589 770-502-0055 Fax: 770-502-0088
info@ncrwa.com chris.pettigrew@paxxo.com
www.ncrwa.com www.paxxo.com
Ad on page 116
Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc.
NozzTeq Inc. 13435 Estelle St.
1949 Calumet St. Corona, CA 98278
Clearwater, FL 33765 877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111
866-620-5915 727-223-4979 Fax: 603-413-6744 sales@4peabody.com
info@nozzteq.com www.4peabody.com
www.nozzteq.com

O
Penn Valley Pump Co., Inc.
OMI Industries 998 Easton Rd.
1 Corporate Dr., Ste. 100 Warrington, PA 18976
Long Grove, IL 60047 800-311-3311 215-343-8750 Fax: 215-343-8753
800-662-6367 Fax: 847-304-0989 info@pennvalleypump.com
www.omi-industries.com www.pennvalleypump.com
Ad on page 41
Permastore
Eye
Ovivo USA, LLC Suffolk, IP23 7HS
2404 Rutland Dr. England
Austin, TX 78758 011 44 1379870723
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 sales@permastore.com
info.us@ovivowater.com www.permastore.com
www.ovivowater.com
Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand
901 East 8th Ave., Ste. 100
King of Prussia, PA 19406
800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637
Oxbow Activated Carbon LLC info@philagear.com
2535 Jason Ct. www.philagear.com
Oceanside, CA 92056
760-630-5724 Fax: 760-630-9930
Phoenix Contact
586 Fulling Mill Rd.
sales@oxbowactivatedcarbon.com
Middletown, PA 17057
www.oxbowactivatedcarbon.com
800-888-7388 717-944-1300
info@phoenixcon.com
www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home
P Pick Heaters, Inc.
Park Process 730 S Indiana Ave.
7015 Fairbanks N Houston Rd. West Bend, WI 53095
Houston, TX 77040 262-338-1191 Fax: 262-338-8489
855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254 info1@pickheaters.com
rcaughman@parkprocess.com www.pickheaters.com
www.parkprocess.com Pittsburg Tank & Tower Co., Inc.
Ad on page 116 PO Box 913
Parker Boiler Co. Henderson, KY 42419
5930 Bandini Blvd. 270-826-9000 Fax: 270-827-4417
Los Angeles, CA 90040 pheltsley@watertank.com
323-727-9800 Fax: 323-722-2848 www.watertank.com
mleeming@parkerboiler.com PMC Engineering
www.parkerboiler.com 11 Old Sugar Hollow Rd.
Parkson Corporation Danbury, CT 06810
1401 W Cypress Creek Rd. 203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 sales@pmc1.com
888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 www.pmc1.com
technology@parkson.com PolyScience
www.parkson.com 6600 W Touhy Ave.
Niles, IL 60714
800-229-7569 847-647-0611 Fax: 847-647-1155
sales@polyscience.com
www.polyscience.com

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Pulsed Hydraulics, Inc. RootX SEEPEX Inc.
15 Oro Beach Dr. PO Box 7626 511 Speedway Dr.
Oroville, WA 98844 Salem, OR 97303 Enon, OH 45323
800-641-1726 425-785-3225 800-844-4974 503-364-2999 Fax: 503-485-5229 937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157
info@phiwater.com rootx@rootx.com sales.us@seepex.com
www.phiwater.com www.rootx.com www.seepex.com
Ad on page 116 Ad on page 71
Roto-Mix, LLC
2205 E Wyatt Earp Blvd. Sensaphone
Dodge City, KS 67801 901 Tryens Rd.
R 620-225-1142 Fax: 620-225-6370 Aston, PA 19014
info@rotomix.com 877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222
Praxair, Inc. Rain for Rent www.rotomix.com contact@sensaphone.com
7000 High Grove Blvd. 5101 Office Park Dr, Ste 100 www.sensaphone.com
Ad on page 93
Burr Ridge, IL 60527 Bakersfield, CA 93309
800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508 800-742-7246 661-399-9124 Sensorex
info@praxair.com info@rainforrent.com 11751 Markon Dr.
www.praxair.com/wastewater www.rainforrent.com Garden Grove, CA 92841
800-835-4344 714-895-4344
PRD Tech, Inc. sales@sensorex.com
1776 Mentor Ave., Ste. 400A www.sensorex.com
Cincinnati, OH 45212
513-673-3583 Sewer Shield Composite LLC
rgovind837@aol.com Ruthman Companies 4702 E Virginia St.
www.prdtechinc.com 1212 Streng St. Mesa, AZ 85215
Cincinnati, OH 45233 480-830-9537
Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC 859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248 info@sewershieldcomposites.com
6810 S 300 W Ste. 8 www.gusher.com/contact-us www.sewershieldcomposites.com
Midvale, UT 84047 www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies
Premier Tech Aqua 888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989 Ad on page 37 Shand & Jurs
1 Avenue Premier treyburn@rebuild-it.com 5911 Butterfield Rd.
Riviere-du-Loup, QC G5R 6C1 RWL Water Hillside, IL 60162
www.rebuild-it.com 7135 Madison Ave. W
Canada 708-236-6000 Fax: 708-236-6006
800-632-6356 418-867-8883 Fax: 418-862-6642 Red Meters Golden Valley, MN 55427 sales@ljtechnologies.com
pta@premiertech.com 6520 Pinecastle Blvd. 800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408 www.ljtechnologies.com
www.premiertechaqua.com Orlando, FL 32809 info@rwlwater.com
Ad on page 29
407-337-0110 www.rwlwater.com
PRIMEX hello@redmeters.com Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC
PO Box 1708 www.redmeters.com 18545 Bridlegate Ln.
Detroit Lakes, MN 56501
888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617
Ad on page 116 S Wildwood, MO 63069
636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509
info@primexcontrols.com Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies SAF-T-FLO Chemical Injection dnokes@setodorcontrol.com
www.primexcontrols.com 600 N Bell Ave. 4091 E La Palma, Ste. U www.setodorcontrol.com
Carnegie, PA 15106-4322 Anaheim, CA 92807
Proco Products, Inc. 412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878 Sierra Instruments, Inc.
2431 Wigwam Dr. 800-957-2383 714-632-3013 Fax: 714-632-3350 5 Harris Ct., Bldg. L
sales@redvalve.com info@saftflo.com
Stockton, CA 95205 Monterey, CA 93940
www.redvalve.com www.saftflo.com
800-344-3246 209-943-6088 Fax: 209-943-0242 800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402
Ad on page 35 Ad on page 47
sales@procoproducts.com info@sierrainstruments.com
www.procoproducts.com Rhino Linings Corporation www.sierrainstruments.com
9747 Businesspark Ave.
San Deigo, CA 92131
Simple Solutions Distributing
6 Jacobs Rd.
800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881
ProComSol, Ltd West Milford, NJ 07480
sales@rhinolinings.com SALCOR, Inc. 866-667-8465 973-846-7817 Fax: 973-858-0219
13001 Athens Ave., Ste. 220 www.rhinolinings.com PO Box 1090
Lakewood, OH 44107 sales@industrialodorcontrol.com
Ad on page 19 Fallbrook, CA 92088
877-221-1551 216-221-1550 Fax: 216-221-1554 www.IndustrialOdorControl.com
760-731-0745 Fax: 760-731-2405
sales@procomsol.com RKI Instruments, Inc. jscruver@aol.com
Ad on page 116
www.procomsol.com 33248 Central Ave.
Union City, CA 94587 Ad on page 95 Singer Valve Inc.
Ad on page 85 12850 87 Ave.
800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650
orders@rkiinstruments.com Schwing Bioset, Inc. Surrey, BC V3W 3H9
www.rkiinstruments.com 350 SMC Dr. Canada
Somerset, WI 54025 888-764-7858 604-594-5404 Fax: 604-594-8845
ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc. Robuschi USA 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438 singer@singervalve.com
136 Industry Dr. 1800 Gardner Expressway www.singervalve.com
marketing@schwingbioset.com
Pittsburgh, PA 15275 Quincy, IL 62305 Ad on page 79
www.schwingbioset.com
412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780
sales@prominent.us www.gardnerdenver.com/robuschi/ ScreenCo Systems LLC
www.prominent.us Ad on page 119 13235 Spur Rd.
Genesee, ID 83832
Pulsafeeder, Inc. Ronk Electrical 208-790-8770
27101 Airport Rd.
106 E State St. sales@screencosystems.com
Punta Gorda, FL 33982
Nokomis, IL 62075 www.screencosystems.com
800-333-6677 941-575-3800 Fax: 941-575-4085
800-221-7665 217-563-8333 Fax: 217-563-8336 Ad on page 116
ppgspotech@idexcorp.com
sales@ronkelectrical.com
www.pulsatron.com
www.ronkelectrical.com
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Sunbelt Rentals Tuthill Vacuum & Blower Systems


2341 Deerfield Dr. 4840 W Kearney St.
Fort Mill, SC 29715 Springfield, MO 65803
800-736-2504 800-825-6937 417-865-8715 Fax: 417-865-2950
www.sunbeltrentals.com
Thermal Edge Inc.
vacuum@tuthill.com
1751 Hurd Dr.
Ad on page 27 www.tuthillvacuumblower.com
Irving, TX 75038
Superior Tank Co., Inc. 888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202
9500 Lucas Ranch Rd. thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 www.thermal-edge.com U
877-974-4438 909-912-0580 Fax: 909-912-0585 Trident Processes LLC
marketing@superiortank.com U.S. Submergent Technologies LLC
Smith & Loveless, Inc. 446 Harrison St, Unit #81D 235 N Orange Ave., Ste. 201
www.superiortank.com Sumas, WA 98295
14040 Santa Fe Trail Dr. Sarasota, FL 34236
Ad on page 75 800-799-3740 604-330-2500
Lenexa, KS 66215 844-765-7866 941-444-1440 Fax: 941-219-3080
800-898-9122 913-888-5201 Sure Flow Products, LLC info@tridentprocesses.com info@ussubmergent.com
answers@smithandloveless.com 28265 Beck Rd., Ste. C-11 www.tridentprocesses.com www.ussubmergent.com
www.smithandloveless.com Wixom, MI 48393 Trihedral Engineering Limited
248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568 1160 Bedford Hwy., Ste. 400
SRS Crisafulli, Inc. sales@sureflowproducts.com
1610 Crisafulli Dr. Bedford, NS B4A 1C1
www.flowmetersource.com Canada
Glendive, MT 59330
800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369 U.S. Water Services Corporation
800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088
pcooke@trihedral.com 4939 Cross Bayou Blvd.
srsc@crisafulli.com
www.crisafullipumps.com T www.trihedral.com New Port Richey, FL 34652
866-753-8292 515-269-2336 Fax: 727-848-7701
Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. Tapo Triplepoint Environmental info@uswatercorp.net
140 Pond View Dr. Filaregatan 4 1140 W Lake St. www.uswatercorp.com
Meriden, CT 06450 S-442 34 Kunglv Oak Park, IL 60301
Sweden 800-654-9307 Fax: 312-957-4712 Unison Solutions, Inc.
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738
info@triplepointwater.com 5451 Chavenelle Rd.
info.abs.usa@sulzer.com 004630363390
www.tpev.com Dubuque, IA 52002
www.sulzer.com sales@tapflo.com
563-585-0967 Fax: 563-585-0970
www.tapflo.com
sales@unisonsolutions.com
www.unisonsolutions.com

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Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
VFOLD INC.
V 15700 Robins Hill Rd., Unit #2
37 Upton Technology Park Dr.
Wilmington, MA 01887
London, ON N5V 0A4 800-282-8823 978-658-6168 Fax: 978-658-0041
USALCO, LLC VAF Filtration Systems Canada
2601 Cannery Ave. 5270 Marshall St. support@wmpg.us
877-818-3653 Fax: 519-659-6941 www.watson-marlow.com
Baltimore, MD 21226 Arvada, CO 80002
sales@vfoldinc.com Ad on page 53
800-882-3883 410-918-2230 303-425-4242 Fax: 303-425-0112
www.vfoldinc.com
ctesone@usalco.com sales.vaf@evoqua.com WEG Electric Corp
www.usalco.com www.vafusa.com 6655 Sugarloaf Pkwy.
Ad on page 81 Duluth, GA 30097
USP Technologies (US Peroxide)
ValveUSA
786-571-8258 W 800-275-4934
900 Circle 75 Pkwy., Ste. 1330 info@valveusa.com info-us@weg.net
Wako Chemicals USA, Inc. www.weg.net/us
Atlanta, GA 30339 www.valveusa.com 1600 Bellwood Rd.
877-346-4262 404-352-6070 Fax: 404-352-6077 Van London Co. Richmond, VA 23237 Weidmuller
info@usptechnologies.com 10540 Rockley Rd. 877-714-1920 804-714-1920 Fax: 804-271-7791 821 Southlake Blvd.
www.usptechnologies.com Houston, TX 77099 www.wakousa.com Richmond, VA 23236
Uticom Systems, Inc. 800-522-7920 832-456-6641 Fax: 832-456-6642 800-849-9343 Fax: 804-379-2593
Walker Process Equipment, info@weidmuller.com
109 Independence Way anna@vanlondon.com
www.vanlondon.com A Div. of McNish Corp. www.weidmuller.com
Coatesville, PA 19320 840 N Russell Ave.
800-548-5321 610-857-2655 Fax: 610-857-2986 VaraCorp LLC Aurora, IL 60506 Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO)
graphics@uticom.net 13501 Ranch Rd 12 Ste. 103 800-992-5537 630-892-7921 Fax: 630-892-7951 440 West 800 S
www.uticom.net Wimberley, TX 78676 walker.process@walker-process.com Salt Lake City, UT 84101
800-801-6685 512-847-5026 Fax: 866-611-6703 www.walker-process.com 801-359-8731 Fax: 801-530-7828
info@varacorp.com Ad on page 87 wemco@mail.weir
www.varacorp.com www.global.weir
WesTech Engineering
3665 S West Temple
UV Pure Technologies, Inc. Salt Lake City, UT 84115
60 Venture Dr. Unit 7 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080
Toronto, ON M1B 3S4 info@westech-inc.com
Wastecorp Pumps
Canada Varec Biogas www.westech-inc.com
PO Box 70
888-407-9997 416-208-9884 Fax: 416-208-5808 5362 Oceanus Dr., Ste. A Grand Island, New York 14072
info@uvpure.com Huntington Beach, CA 92649 888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320
www.uvpure.com 866-424-6427 Fax: 714-952-2701
info@varec-biogas.com
info@wastecorp.com
www.wastecorp.com
Z
www.varec-biogas.com Zoeller Pump Company
Wastewater Depot, LLC 3649 Cane Run Rd.
Vaughan Company, Inc. 4446 State Rte. 132 Louisville, KY 40211
364 Monte-Elma Rd. Batavia, OH 45103 800-928-7867 502-778-2731
Montesano, WA 98563 513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485 www.zoeller.com
888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155 info@wastewaterdepot.com
info@chopperpumps.com www.wastewaterdepot.com
www.chopperpumps.com
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Activated Carbon Services AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC
Duluth, GA
KCH Engineered Systems
Forest City, NC
Simple Solutions Distributing
West Milford, NJ
866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057 828-245-9836 866-667-8465 973-846-7817 Fax: 973-858-0219
sales@adedgetechnologies.com khankinson@kchservices.com sales@industrialodorcontrol.com
www.adedgetech.com www.kchservices.com www.IndustrialOdorControl.com
Ad on page 25 Ad on page 116
Activated Carbon Services - PACS CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc. Unison Solutions, Inc.
Coraopolis, PA Circleville, OH Dubuque, IA
800-367-2587 724-457-6576 800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656 Oxbow Activated Carbon LLC 563-585-0967 Fax: 563-585-0970
henry@pacslabs.com info@ceicompanies.com Oceanside, CA sales@unisonsolutions.com
www.pacslabs.com www.ceifiltration.com 760-630-5724 Fax: 760-630-9930 www.unisonsolutions.com
Graver Technologies sales@oxbowactivatedcarbon.com WesTech Engineering
Activated Carbon/Systems Glasgow, DE
302-731-1700 Fax: 302-369-0938
www.oxbowactivatedcarbon.com Salt Lake City, UT
801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080
Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC
Activated Carbon Services - PACS info@gravertech.com Wildwood, MO info@westech-inc.com
Coraopolis, PA www.gravertech.com 636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509 www.westech-inc.com
800-367-2587 724-457-6576 dnokes@setodorcontrol.com
henry@pacslabs.com www.setodorcontrol.com
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Activated Sludge Systems


Aeration Industries International Airmaster Aerator LLC
Chaska, MN
DeRidder, LA
800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293
888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119
aii@aireo2.com

Wastemaster
deanc@airmasteraerator.com
www.aireo2.com
www.airmasteraerator.com

Aqua Operations, Inc. Ad on page 4
Bakersfield, CA
888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861

Combined Pre-Treatment Plant


childerbrand@aquaoperations.com
www.aquaoperations.com
Bio-Microbics, Inc.

Complete Above-Ground
Shawnee, KS
800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808
sales@biomicrobics.com All-Star Products
www.biomicrobics.com

Headworks
Memphis, TN
Enterprise Specialty Products 800-431-8258 901-755-9613
Laurens, SC edwardb@all-star-usa.com
864-984-7700 Fax: 864-984-2241 www.all-star-usa.com
www.enterprisesp.com Ad on page 21
No Civil Works Required
Fluidyne Corporation American Pleasure Products, Inc.
Cedar Falls, IA Rose City, MI
319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034 989-685-2697 Fax: 989-685-8484
fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com info@aquacycleusa.com
www.fluidynecorp.com www.aquacycleusa.com
Parkson Corporation Ad on page 77
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182
technology@parkson.com
www.parkson.com
Smith & Loveless, Inc.
Lenexa, KS
800-898-9122 913-888-5201 Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
answers@smithandloveless.com Loves Park, IL
www.smithandloveless.com 800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508
solutions@aqua-aerobic.com
Trident Processes LLC www.aqua-aerobic.com
Sumas, WA Ad on page 11
800-799-3740 604-330-2500
info@tridentprocesses.com AQUATURBO SYSTEMS, Inc.
www.tridentprocesses.com Springdale, AR
479-927-1300 Fax: 479-927-0700
VaraCorp LLC ats@aquaturbo.com
Wimberley, TX www.aquaturbousa.com
800-801-6685 512-847-5026 Fax: 866-611-6703
info@varacorp.com Bio-Microbics, Inc.
www.varacorp.com Shawnee, KS
800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808
sales@biomicrobics.com
Aeration Equipment/
Systems
www.biomicrobics.com
Remove Solids, Grit & Grease
Aeration Industries International in One Compact Unit.
Chaska, MN
800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293
aii@aireo2.com
Bradley Innovation Group See a full size production unit
Indianapolis, IN
www.aireo2.com
317-726-6615 at the Enviro-Care Booth 1342
Aerzen USA
Coatesville, PA
sales@big-h2o.com
www.big-h2o.com at WEFTEC Chicago.
610-380-0244
aerzen@aerzenusa.com
Brown Bear Corporation
www.aerzen.com/en-us/
Corning, IA The most trusted brands in water & wastewater
641-322-4220 Fax: 641-322-3527
Ad on page 45
sales@brownbearcorp.com
www.brownbearcorp.com
Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems
Virginia Beach, VA
800-872-7867 757-463-7800 Fax: 757-463-7407
marketing@buschusa.com ecsales@enviro-care.com 815-636-8306
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Delta M Corporation Sierra Instruments, Inc. AQUATURBO SYSTEMS, Inc. Praxair, Inc.
Oak Ridge, TN Monterey, CA Springdale, AR Burr Ridge, IL
800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142 800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402 479-927-1300 Fax: 479-927-0700 800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508
sales@deltamcorp.com info@sierrainstruments.com ats@aquaturbo.com info@praxair.com
www.deltamcorp.com www.sierrainstruments.com www.aquaturbousa.com www.praxair.com/wastewater
Eurus Blower, Inc. Smith & Loveless, Inc. Bionetix International PRD Tech, Inc.
Wheaton, IL Lenexa, KS Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC Cincinnati, OH
630-221-8282 Fax: 630-221-1002 800-898-9122 913-888-5201 Canada 513-673-3583
tomh@eurusblower.com answers@smithandloveless.com 514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589 rgovind837@aol.com
www.eurusblower.com www.smithandloveless.com info@bionetix.ca www.prdtechinc.com
Ad on page 95 www.bionetix-international.com
Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. RWL Water
Fluidyne Corporation Meriden, CT Bradley Innovation Group Golden Valley, MN
Cedar Falls, IA 800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 Indianapolis, IN 800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408
319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034 info.abs.usa@sulzer.com 317-726-6615 info@rwlwater.com
fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com www.sulzer.com sales@big-h2o.com www.rwlwater.com
www.fluidynecorp.com www.big-h2o.com
Triplepoint Environmental Smith & Loveless, Inc.
Oak Park, IL Byo-Gon, Inc. Lenexa, KS
800-654-9307 Fax: 312-957-4712 Charleston, SC 800-898-9122 913-888-5201
info@triplepointwater.com 888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318 answers@smithandloveless.com
www.tpev.com info@byogon.com www.smithandloveless.com
Greener Planet Systems www.byogon.com
Monroe, IA Triplepoint Environmental
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888-669-1787 517-719-2580 Oak Park, IL
brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com Delta M Corporation 800-654-9307 Fax: 312-957-4712
www.greenerplanetsystems.com Tuthill Vacuum & Blower Systems Oak Ridge, TN info@triplepointwater.com
Springfield, MO www.tpev.com
800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142
Howden Roots 800-825-6937 417-865-8715 Fax: 417-865-2950
sales@deltamcorp.com
Connersville, IN vacuum@tuthill.com VaraCorp LLC
www.deltamcorp.com
800-557-6687 765-827-9200 Fax: 765-827-9317 www.tuthillvacuumblower.com Wimberley, TX
connersville.customercare@howden.com Enterprise Specialty Products 800-801-6685 512-847-5026 Fax: 866-611-6703
www.howdenroots.com VaraCorp LLC Laurens, SC info@varacorp.com
Wimberley, TX www.varacorp.com
864-984-7700 Fax: 864-984-2241
KCH Engineered Systems 800-801-6685 512-847-5026 Fax: 866-611-6703
www.enterprisesp.com
Forest City, NC info@varacorp.com
828-245-9836
khankinson@kchservices.com
www.varacorp.com Environetics, Inc.
Lockport, IL
Alarm Systems/
www.kchservices.com WesTech Engineering
Salt Lake City, UT
815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336 Components
info@environeticsinc.com
Lakeside Equipment Corporation 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080
www.environeticsinc.com BinMaster Level Controls
Bartlett, IL info@westech-inc.com Lincoln, NE
630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647 www.westech-inc.com Eurus Blower, Inc. 800-278-4241 402-434-9102 Fax: 402-434-9133
sales@lakeside-equipment.com Wheaton, IL info@binmaster.com
www.lakeside-equipment.com 630-221-8282 Fax: 630-221-1002
Ad on page 3 Aerobic Treatment tomh@eurusblower.com
www.binmaster.com
Ad on page 117
www.eurusblower.com
Aeration Industries International Ad on page 95 Harwil Corp.
Chaska, MN Oxnard, CA
800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293 F & V Operations and Resource Management 805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804
Ovivo USA, LLC aii@aireo2.com Grand Rapids, MI sales@harwil.com
Austin, TX www.aireo2.com 888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005 www.harwil.com
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 bselover@fv-operations.com
info.us@ovivowater.com Aerzen USA www.fv-operations.com
www.ovivowater.com Coatesville, PA
610-380-0244 Greener Planet Systems
Parkson Corporation aerzen@aerzenusa.com Monroe, IA PRIMEX
Ft. Lauderdale, FL www.aerzen.com/en-us/ 888-669-1787 517-719-2580 Detroit Lakes, MN
888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 Ad on page 45 brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com 888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617
technology@parkson.com www.greenerplanetsystems.com info@primexcontrols.com
www.parkson.com Airmaster Aerator LLC www.primexcontrols.com
DeRidder, LA Headworks International, Inc.
Praxair, Inc. 888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119 Houston, TX Sensaphone
Burr Ridge, IL deanc@airmasteraerator.com 713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999 Aston, PA
800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508 www.airmasteraerator.com hw@headworksintl.com 877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222
info@praxair.com Ad on page 4 www.headworksintl.com contact@sensaphone.com
www.praxair.com/wastewater www.sensaphone.com
Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies Trihedral Engineering Limited
Carnegie, PA Bedford, NS
412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878 Ovivo USA, LLC Canada
sales@redvalve.com Anue Water Technologies, Inc. Austin, TX 800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369
www.redvalve.com Oceanside, CA 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 pcooke@trihedral.com
Ad on page 35 760-727-2683 info.us@ovivowater.com www.trihedral.com
info@anuewater.com www.ovivowater.com
RWL Water www.anuewater.com
Golden Valley, MN
800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408
info@rwlwater.com
www.rwlwater.com

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Algae Control Ford Hall Company, Inc.


Richmond, KY
NEFCO Systems, Inc.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Byo-Gon, Inc.
Charleston, SC
859-624-1077 Fax: 859-624-3320 561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043 888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318
Airmaster Aerator LLC
sperry@fordhall.com sales@nefco.us info@byogon.com
DeRidder, LA
www.weir-wolf.com www.nefco.us www.byogon.com
888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119
deanc@airmasteraerator.com Ad on page 79 Ad on page 117
www.airmasteraerator.com
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Anaerobic Treatment Enterprise Specialty Products
Laurens, SC
AQUATURBO SYSTEMS, Inc. 864-984-7700 Fax: 864-984-2241
Amiad USA
Springdale, AR www.enterprisesp.com
Mooresville, NC
704-662-3133 Fax: 704-662-3155 479-927-1300 Fax: 479-927-0700 Environetics, Inc.
infousa@amiad.com Geomembrane Technologies Inc. ats@aquaturbo.com Lockport, IL
www.amiadusa.com Fredericton, NB www.aquaturbousa.com 815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336
Canada info@environeticsinc.com
Bionetix International 855-484-4630 506-452-7304 Fax: 506-452-6625 Bio-Microbics, Inc.
Shawnee, KS www.environeticsinc.com
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC covers@gticovers.com
Canada www.gticovers.com 800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808 Evoqua Water Technologies LLC
514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589 sales@biomicrobics.com Warrendale, PA
info@bionetix.ca www.biomicrobics.com 800-466-7873 724-772-0044
www.bionetix-international.com Bionetix International municipalmarketing@evoqua.com
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC www.evoqua.com
Bradley Innovation Group
Indianapolis, IN Canada F & V Operations and Resource Management
317-726-6615 514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589 Grand Rapids, MI
GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS info@bionetix.ca
sales@big-h2o.com Beaverton, OR 888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005
www.big-h2o.com www.bionetix-international.com bselover@fv-operations.com
866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293
brentgill@gilltrading.com Boerger, LLC www.fv-operations.com
Environetics, Inc.
Lockport, IL www.gilltrading.com Chanhassen, MN Greener Planet Systems
815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336 612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301 Monroe, IA
LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc. america@boerger.com
info@environeticsinc.com North Kingstown, RI 888-669-1787 517-719-2580
www.environeticsinc.com www.boerger.com brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com
401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108
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Headworks International, Inc.
Houston, TX
Sierra Instruments, Inc.
Monterey, CA
Bins/Hoppers/Silos
713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999 800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402 BinMaster Level Controls
hw@headworksintl.com North Carolina Rural Water Association info@sierrainstruments.com Lincoln, NE
www.headworksintl.com Welcome, NC www.sierrainstruments.com 800-278-4241 402-434-9102 Fax: 402-434-9133
336-731-6963 Fax: 336-731-8589 Thermal Edge Inc. info@binmaster.com
JDV Equipment Corporation
info@ncrwa.com Irving, TX www.binmaster.com
Dover, NJ
www.ncrwa.com 888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202 Ad on page 117
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
sales@jdvequipment.com Ad on page 116 thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com
www.thermal-edge.com
Bright Technologies,
www.jdvequipment.com
Division of Sebright Products, Inc.
Ad on page 83 Automation/Optimization Trihedral Engineering Limited Hopkins, MI
Bedford, NS 800-253-0532 269-793-7183 Fax: 269-793-4022
Data Flow Systems, Inc. Canada julie@brightbeltpress.com
Melbourne, FL 800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369 www.brightbeltpress.com
Ovivo USA, LLC 321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006 pcooke@trihedral.com Ad on page 83
Austin, TX info@dataflowsys.com www.trihedral.com
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 www.dataflowsys.com Hawk Measurement
info.us@ovivowater.com Lawrence, MA
ElectroSwitch Corporation 888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462
www.ovivowater.com Weymouth, MA info@hawkmeasure.com
Permastore 781-335-5200 www.hawkmeasure.com
Suffolk info@electroswitch.com
England www.electroswitch.com Permastore
011 44 1379870723 Suffolk
sales@permastore.com England
www.permastore.com 011 44 1379870723
sales@permastore.com
Pick Heaters, Inc. www.permastore.com
West Bend, WI Emerson Automation Solutions Weidmuller
262-338-1191 Fax: 262-338-8489 Pittsburgh, PA Schwing Bioset, Inc.
Richmond, VA Somerset, WI
info1@pickheaters.com 800-445-9723 412-963-4000 800-849-9343 Fax: 804-379-2593
www.pickheaters.com powerwater@emerson.com 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438
info@weidmuller.com marketing@schwingbioset.com
www.emerson.com/water www.weidmuller.com www.schwingbioset.com
Ford Hall Company, Inc.
Richmond, KY
859-624-1077 Fax: 859-624-3320
Bacteria/Enzymes Biogas CHP
PRD Tech, Inc.
Cincinnati, OH
sperry@fordhall.com
www.weir-wolf.com
Bio-Microbics, Inc. Cogeneration Systems
513-673-3583 Shawnee, KS
Ad on page 79 800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808
rgovind837@aol.com JDV Equipment Corporation
www.prdtechinc.com GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS sales@biomicrobics.com Dover, NJ
Beaverton, OR www.biomicrobics.com 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293 Bionetix International sales@jdvequipment.com
Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC
brentgill@gilltrading.com Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC www.jdvequipment.com
Wildwood, MO
www.gilltrading.com Canada Ad on page 83
636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509
dnokes@setodorcontrol.com 514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589 Unison Solutions, Inc.
www.setodorcontrol.com info@bionetix.ca Dubuque, IA
www.bionetix-international.com 563-585-0967 Fax: 563-585-0970
Walker Process Equipment,
Byo-Gon, Inc. sales@unisonsolutions.com
A Div. of McNish Corp. www.unisonsolutions.com
Aurora, IL Charleston, SC
800-992-5537 630-892-7921 Fax: 630-892-7951 Hach 888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318
walker.process@walker-process.com Loveland, CO info@byogon.com
www.walker-process.com 800-227-4224 970-669-3050 www.byogon.com
Ad on page 87 orders@hach.com Ad on page 117
www.hach.com
Ad on page 5 Greener Planet Systems
Varec Biogas
Association Hydromantis Environmental
Monroe, IA
888-669-1787 517-719-2580 Huntington Beach, CA
Software Solutions, Inc. brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com 866-424-6427 Fax: 714-952-2701
Activated Carbon Services - PACS Hamilton, ON info@varec-biogas.com
www.greenerplanetsystems.com
Coraopolis, PA
Canada www.varec-biogas.com
800-367-2587 724-457-6576
905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031 Hawkins Water Treatment Group
henry@pacslabs.com Roseville, MN
info@hydromantis.com
www.pacslabs.com 800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304
www.hydromantis.com
laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
American Water Works Association McCrometer Inc. www.hawkinsinc.com
Denver, CO
Hemet, CA
800-926-7337 Fax: 303-347-0804
800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078
www.awwa.org
customerservice@mccrometer.com
Ad on page 65 www.mccrometer.com
Phoenix Contact In-Pipe Technology
Middletown, PA Wood Dale, IL
800-888-7388 717-944-1300 888-325-5033 630-509-2488 Fax: 630-509-2490
info@phoenixcon.com jwilliams@in-pipe.com
www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home www.in-pipe.com

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Biogas Safety/ Greener Planet Systems


Monroe, IA
Boerger, LLC
Chanhassen, MN
Handling Equipment 888-669-1787 517-719-2580 612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301
brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com america@boerger.com
www.greenerplanetsystems.com www.boerger.com
Ad on page 55

Biosolids Treatment/ Brown Bear Corporation


Corning, IA
DRYCAKE
Application 641-322-4220 Fax: 641-322-3527
Vancouver, BC
Canada
Varec Biogas sales@brownbearcorp.com 877-379-2253 604-535-2238
Huntington Beach, CA www.brownbearcorp.com sales@drycake.com
866-424-6427 Fax: 714-952-2701 Charter Machine Company www.drycake.com
info@varec-biogas.com Metuchen, NJ
www.varec-biogas.com
FKC Co., Ltd.
Anue Water Technologies, Inc. 732-548-4400 Port Angeles, WA
Oceanside, CA walterk@chartermachine.com 360-452-9472 Fax: 360-452-6880
760-727-2683 www.chartermachine.com mail@fkcscrewpress.com
Biological Stimulants info@anuewater.com
www.anuewater.com CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corp. www.fkcscrewpress.com
Kenosha, WI Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc.
Bionetix International 262-764-3651 Fax: 262-764-8705
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC Independence, KY
BCR Environmental Corporation info@cnp-tec.com 859-448-2331 Fax: 859-448-2333
Canada Jacksonville, FL www.cnp-tec.com
514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589 sales@flottweg.net
904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828 Ad on page 85
info@bionetix.ca www.flottweg.com
marketing@bcrenv.com
www.bionetix-international.com www.bcrenv.com CST Industries, Inc. Fluidyne Corporation
Kansas City, MT Cedar Falls, IA
Byo-Gon, Inc. BDP Industries 913-621-3700
Charleston, SC 319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034
Greenwich, NY sales@cstindustries.com
888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318 fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com
518-695-6851 Fax: 518-695-5417 www.cstindustries.com
info@byogon.com www.fluidynecorp.com
dan@bdpindustries.com
www.byogon.com www.bdpindustries.com
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Pick Heaters, Inc. Eurus Blower, Inc. Wastewater Depot, LLC
West Bend, WI Wheaton, IL Batavia, OH
262-338-1191 Fax: 262-338-8489 630-221-8282 Fax: 630-221-1002 513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485
GEA Group
info1@pickheaters.com tomh@eurusblower.com info@wastewaterdepot.com
Northvale, NJ
www.pickheaters.com www.eurusblower.com www.wastewaterdepot.com
800-722-6622 201-767-3900 Fax: 201-767-3901
Ad on page 95
info.wsus@gea.com Schwing Bioset, Inc.
www.gea.com Somerset, WI
844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438
Gardner Denver Inc.
Quincy, IL
Boilers
Greener Planet Systems
marketing@schwingbioset.com 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780 Chromalox
Monroe, IA
www.schwingbioset.com www.gardnerdenver.com/gdproducts Pittsburgh, PA
888-669-1787 517-719-2580
brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com SRS Crisafulli, Inc. Ad on page 61 800-443-2640 412-967-3800 Fax: 412-967-5148
www.greenerplanetsystems.com Glendive, MT sales@chromalox.com
HEMCO Corporation
800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088 www.chromalox.com
Gryphon Environmental Independence, MO
srsc@crisafulli.com 800-779-4362 816-796-2900 Fax: 816-796-3333 JDV Equipment Corporation
Owensboro, KY
www.crisafullipumps.com info@hemcocorp.com Dover, NJ
270-485-2680
info@2gryphon.com Trident Processes LLC www.hemcocorp.com 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
www.2gryphon.com Sumas, WA Ad on page 117 sales@jdvequipment.com
800-799-3740 604-330-2500 www.jdvequipment.com
Hydra-Tech Pumps Howden Roots
info@tridentprocesses.com Connersville, IN Ad on page 83
Nesquehoning, PA
www.tridentprocesses.com 800-557-6687 765-827-9200 Fax: 765-827-9317 Parker Boiler Co.
570-645-3779 Fax: 570-645-4061
htpump@hydra-tech.com USP Technologies (US Peroxide) connersville.customercare@howden.com Los Angeles, CA
www.hydra-tech.com Atlanta, GA www.howdenroots.com 323-727-9800 Fax: 323-722-2848
877-346-4262 404-352-6070 Fax: 404-352-6077 KCH Engineered Systems mleeming@parkerboiler.com
In-Pipe Technology www.parkerboiler.com
info@usptechnologies.com Forest City, NC
Wood Dale, IL
www.usptechnologies.com 828-245-9836 Walker Process Equipment,
888-325-5033 630-509-2488 Fax: 630-509-2490
jwilliams@in-pipe.com VaraCorp LLC khankinson@kchservices.com A Div. of McNish Corp.
www.in-pipe.com Wimberley, TX www.kchservices.com Aurora, IL
800-801-6685 512-847-5026 Fax: 866-611-6703 Milwaukee Rubber Products, Inc. 800-992-5537 630-892-7921 Fax: 630-892-7951
info@varacorp.com Menomonee Falls, WI walker.process@walker-process.com
www.varacorp.com 800-325-3730 262-781-7888 Fax: 262-781-1742 www.walker-process.com
Kifco, Inc. sales@milwaukeerubber.com Ad on page 87
Havana, IL www.milwaukeerubber.com
800-452-7017 309-543-4425 Fax: 309-543-4945
sales@kifco.com VFOLD INC.
Proco Products, Inc.
Stockton, CA
Buildings/Structures
www.kifco.com 15700 Robins Hill Rd., Unit #2 800-344-3246 209-943-6088 Fax: 209-943-0242
Ad on page 116
ClearSpan Fabric Structures
London, ON N5V 0A4 sales@procoproducts.com South Windsor, CT
Canada www.procoproducts.com 866-643-1010
877-818-3653 Fax: 519-659-6941 trussinquiry@clearspan.com
sales@vfoldinc.com Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies
Carnegie, PA www.clearspan.com
Komline-Sanderson www.vfoldinc.com Ad on page 77
Peapack, NJ 412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878
800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487 sales@redvalve.com CST Industries, Inc.
info@komline.com
www.komline.com
Blowers www.redvalve.com
Ad on page 35
Kansas City, MT
913-621-3700
Ad on page 69 Aerzen USA sales@cstindustries.com
Robuschi USA
Coatesville, PA www.cstindustries.com
Kuhn North America, Inc. Quincy, IL
Brodhead, WI 610-380-0244 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780
608-897-2131 Fax: 608-897-2561 aerzen@aerzenusa.com www.gardnerdenver.com/robuschi/
chris.searles@kuhn.com www.aerzen.com/en-us/ Ad on page 119
www.kuhnnorthamerica.com Ad on page 45
Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC
Ad on page 8 Wildwood, MO
Ovivo USA, LLC 636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509
Austin, TX dnokes@setodorcontrol.com Kee Safety, Inc.
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 www.setodorcontrol.com Buffalo, NY
info.us@ovivowater.com 800-851-5181 716-896-4949 Fax: 716-896-5696
www.ovivowater.com info@keesafety.com
www.keesafety.com
Park Process All-Star Products Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc.
Houston, TX Memphis, TN Meriden, CT Rhino Linings Corporation
855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254 800-431-8258 901-755-9613 800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 San Deigo, CA
rcaughman@parkprocess.com edwardb@all-star-usa.com info.abs.usa@sulzer.com 800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881
www.parkprocess.com www.all-star-usa.com www.sulzer.com sales@rhinolinings.com
Ad on page 116 Ad on page 21 www.rhinolinings.com
Parkson Corporation Ad on page 19
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems
888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 Virginia Beach, VA Tuthill Vacuum & Blower Systems
technology@parkson.com 800-872-7867 757-463-7800 Fax: 757-463-7407 Springfield, MO
www.parkson.com marketing@buschusa.com 800-825-6937 417-865-8715 Fax: 417-865-2950
www.buschusa.com vacuum@tuthill.com
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CCTV Pipe Crawlers Centrisys Corporation


Kenosha, WI
Robuschi USA
Quincy, IL
Chemical/Polymer
Deep Trekker Inc. 262-654-6006 Fax: 262-764-8705 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780 Feed Equipment
info@centrisys.us www.gardnerdenver.com/robuschi/
Kitchener, ON
Canada
www.centrisys.com Ad on page 119 AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC
519-342-3177 Ad on page 81 Duluth, GA
Smith & Loveless, Inc. 866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057
sales@deeptrekker.com Lenexa, KS
www.deeptrekker.com sales@adedgetechnologies.com
800-898-9122 913-888-5201
Ad on page 93 www.adedgetech.com
answers@smithandloveless.com
www.smithandloveless.com Ad on page 25
AllChem Performance Products
Centrifuges/Separators Trident Processes LLC
Sumas, WA Gainesville, FL
800-799-3740 604-330-2500 352-333-7327 Fax: 866-343-1216
Alfa Laval Inc. DRYCAKE horizon@allchem.com
Richmond, VA Vancouver, BC info@tridentprocesses.com
www.tridentprocesses.com www.horizonwater.com
866-253-2528 Canada
customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com 877-379-2253 604-535-2238
www.alfalaval.us sales@drycake.com
www.drycake.com
Chain Blue-White Industries
Amiad USA
Mooresville, NC Duramax Cast Stainless Steel Huntington Beach, CA
704-662-3133 Fax: 704-662-3155 Chain & Equipment Products 714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492
infousa@amiad.com Pewaukee, WI sales@blue-white.com
www.amiadusa.com Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc. 800-691-0998 262-691-0998 Fax: 262-691-0992 www.blue-white.com
Independence, KY www.duramaxchain.com Ad on page 2
Aqseptence Group Inc. 859-448-2331 Fax: 859-448-2333
New Brighton, MN sales@flottweg.net Boerger, LLC
800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171 www.flottweg.com Chanhassen, MN
matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com 612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301
www.johnsonscreens.com america@boerger.com
www.boerger.com
BCR Environmental Corporation Ad on page 55
Jacksonville, FL GEA Group
904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828 Northvale, NJ
marketing@bcrenv.com 800-722-6622 201-767-3900 Fax: 201-767-3901
www.bcrenv.com info.wsus@gea.com
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DRYCAKE USP Technologies (US Peroxide) Hydrite Chemical Co.
Vancouver, BC Atlanta, GA Brookfield, WI
Canada 877-346-4262 404-352-6070 Fax: 404-352-6077 262-792-1450
877-379-2253 604-535-2238 info@usptechnologies.com marketing@hydrite.com Blue-White Industries
sales@drycake.com www.usptechnologies.com www.hydrite.com Huntington Beach, CA
www.drycake.com 714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492
Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group International Products Corporation sales@blue-white.com
Eagle Microsystems, Inc. Wilmington, MA Burlington, NJ www.blue-white.com
Pottstown, PA 800-282-8823 978-658-6168 Fax: 978-658-0041 609-386-8770 Fax: 609-386-8438 Ad on page 2
800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114 support@wmpg.us mkt@ipcol.com
info@eaglemicrosystems.com www.watson-marlow.com www.ipcol.com Eagle Microsystems, Inc.
www.eaglemicrosystems.com Pottstown, PA
Ad on page 53
LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc. 800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114
Force Flow North Kingstown, RI info@eaglemicrosystems.com
Concord, CA
800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713
Chemicals 401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108
adox@lanxess.com
www.eaglemicrosystems.com

info@forceflow.com www.lanxess.com Force Flow


AGC Chemicals Americas, Inc. Concord, CA
www.forceflow.com Exton, PA Lutz-JESCO America Corp. 800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713
Ad on page 89 800-424-7833 610-423-4300 Fax: 610-423-4301 Rochester, NY info@forceflow.com
Hawkins Water Treatment Group www.agcchem.com 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 www.forceflow.com
Roseville, MN AllChem Performance Products mail@jescoamerica.com Ad on page 89
800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304 Gainesville, FL www.lutzjescoamerica.com
laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com Hach
352-333-7327 Fax: 866-343-1216 OMI Industries Loveland, CO
www.hawkinsinc.com horizon@allchem.com Long Grove, IL 800-227-4224 970-669-3050
Lutz-JESCO America Corp. www.horizonwater.com 800-662-6367 Fax: 847-304-0989 orders@hach.com
Rochester, NY Bionetix International www.omi-industries.com www.hach.com
800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC Ad on page 5
Rhino Linings Corporation
mail@jescoamerica.com Canada San Deigo, CA Harwil Corp.
www.lutzjescoamerica.com 514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589 800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881 Oxnard, CA
Park Process info@bionetix.ca sales@rhinolinings.com 805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804
Houston, TX www.bionetix-international.com www.rhinolinings.com sales@harwil.com
855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254 Byo-Gon, Inc. Ad on page 19 www.harwil.com
rcaughman@parkprocess.com Charleston, SC
www.parkprocess.com Hawkins Water Treatment Group
888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318 Roseville, MN
Ad on page 116 info@byogon.com 800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304
Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc. www.byogon.com laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
Corona, CA Ad on page 117 www.hawkinsinc.com
877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111 CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc.
sales@4peabody.com Lutz-JESCO America Corp.
Circleville, OH Ruthman Companies Rochester, NY
www.4peabody.com 800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656 Cincinnati, OH 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025
ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc. info@ceicompanies.com 859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248 mail@jescoamerica.com
Pittsburgh, PA www.ceifiltration.com www.gusher.com/contact-us www.lutzjescoamerica.com
412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704 www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies
CHEMetrics, Inc. NEFCO Systems, Inc.
sales@prominent.us Ad on page 37
Midland, VA Palm Beach Gardens, FL
www.prominent.us 800-356-3072 540-788-9026 Fax: 540-788-4856 USP Technologies (US Peroxide) 561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043
Pulsafeeder, Inc. sales@chemetrics.com Atlanta, GA sales@nefco.us
Punta Gorda, FL www.chemetrics.com 877-346-4262 404-352-6070 Fax: 404-352-6077 www.nefco.us
800-333-6677 941-575-3800 Fax: 941-575-4085 info@usptechnologies.com
Electrolytic Technologies LLC www.usptechnologies.com ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc.
ppgspotech@idexcorp.com North Miami Beach, FL
www.pulsatron.com Pittsburgh, PA
305-655-2755 Fax: 305-655-2669 Wako Chemicals USA, Inc. 412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704
Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies info@electrolytictech.com Richmond, VA sales@prominent.us
Carnegie, PA www.electrolytictech.com 877-714-1920 804-714-1920 Fax: 804-271-7791 www.prominent.us
412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878 Ad on page 116 www.wakousa.com
sales@redvalve.com Pulsafeeder, Inc.
Enterprise Specialty Products Punta Gorda, FL
www.redvalve.com
Ad on page 35
Laurens, SC
864-984-7700 Fax: 864-984-2241
Chlorination/ 800-333-6677 941-575-3800 Fax: 941-575-4085
ppgspotech@idexcorp.com
SAF-T-FLO Chemical Injection www.enterprisesp.com Dechlorination Equipment www.pulsatron.com
Anaheim, CA Hach
800-957-2383 714-632-3013 Fax: 714-632-3350 AllChem Performance Products SAF-T-FLO Chemical Injection
Loveland, CO Gainesville, FL Anaheim, CA
info@saftflo.com 800-227-4224 970-669-3050 352-333-7327 Fax: 866-343-1216 800-957-2383 714-632-3013 Fax: 714-632-3350
www.saftflo.com orders@hach.com horizon@allchem.com info@saftflo.com
Ad on page 47 www.hach.com www.horizonwater.com www.saftflo.com
SEEPEX Inc. Ad on page 5 Ad on page 47
ASA Analytics
Enon, OH Hawkins Water Treatment Group Waukesha, WI Sensorex
937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157 Roseville, MN 262-717-9500 Fax: 262-717-9530 Garden Grove, CA
sales.us@seepex.com 800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304 info@chemscan.com 800-835-4344 714-895-4344
www.seepex.com laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com www.asaanalytics.com sales@sensorex.com
Ad on page 71 www.hawkinsinc.com www.sensorex.com

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Wastewater Depot, LLC WesTech Engineering Nasco Whirl-Pak Aqseptence Group Inc.
Batavia, OH Salt Lake City, UT Fort Atkinson, WI New Brighton, MN
513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080 800-558-9595 920-568-5578 Fax: 920-568-5778 800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171
info@wastewaterdepot.com info@westech-inc.com info@enasco.com matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com
www.wastewaterdepot.com www.westech-inc.com www.enasco.com/whirlpak www.johnsonscreens.com
Ad on page 117 Bio-Microbics, Inc.
Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Wilmington, MA
800-282-8823 978-658-6168 Fax: 978-658-0041
Clarifier/Digester/ NEFCO Systems, Inc.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL
Shawnee, KS
800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808
support@wmpg.us Tank Cleaning 561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043 sales@biomicrobics.com
www.biomicrobics.com
www.watson-marlow.com sales@nefco.us
Ad on page 53 www.nefco.us CST Industries, Inc.
Permastore Kansas City, MT
913-621-3700
Chlorine Emergency Suffolk
England sales@cstindustries.com
Shutoff Systems 011 44 1379870723 www.cstindustries.com
sales@permastore.com
www.permastore.com
Ford Hall Company, Inc.
Richmond, KY U.S. Submergent Technologies LLC
859-624-1077 Fax: 859-624-3320 Sarasota, FL Duramax Cast Stainless Steel
Halogen Valve Systems, Inc. sperry@fordhall.com 844-765-7866 941-444-1440 Fax: 941-219-3080 Chain & Equipment Products
Irvine, CA www.weir-wolf.com info@ussubmergent.com Pewaukee, WI
949-261-5030 Fax: 949-261-5033 Ad on page 79 www.ussubmergent.com 800-691-0998 262-691-0998 Fax: 262-691-0992
info@halogenvalve.com www.duramaxchain.com
GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS
www.halogenvalve.com
Beaverton, OR Clarifiers Evoqua Water Technologies LLC
866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293
Warrendale, PA
Clarifier Drives brentgill@gilltrading.com
www.gilltrading.com
AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp.
Aurora, IL
800-466-7873 724-772-0044
municipalmarketing@evoqua.com
Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC 630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647 www.evoqua.com
JPCI Services phaizman@amwell-inc.com
Midvale, UT Mesa, AZ Fibergrate Composite Structures
888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989 www.amwell-inc.com
480-986-1212 Dallas, TX
treyburn@rebuild-it.com info@jpciservices.com 800-527-4043 972-250-1633 Fax: 972-250-1530
www.rebuild-it.com www.jpciservices.com info@fibergrate.com
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Garland Manufacturing Company Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC
Saco, ME Midvale, UT
800-727-1900 207-283-3693 Fax: 207-283-4834 888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989
wastewater@garlandmfg.com treyburn@rebuild-it.com
www.garlandmfg.com/plastics/wastewater.html www.rebuild-it.com Duramax Cast Stainless Steel
Ad on page 89 Chain & Equipment Products
Smith & Loveless, Inc. Pewaukee, WI
Lenexa, KS 800-691-0998 262-691-0998 Fax: 262-691-0992
800-898-9122 913-888-5201 www.duramaxchain.com
answers@smithandloveless.com
GEA Group www.smithandloveless.com
Northvale, NJ Hawkins Water Treatment Group
800-722-6622 201-767-3900 Fax: 201-767-3901 Superior Tank Co., Inc. Weidmuller
Roseville, MN
info.wsus@gea.com Rancho Cucamonga, CA Richmond, VA
800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304
www.gea.com 877-974-4438 909-912-0580 Fax: 909-912-0585 800-849-9343 Fax: 804-379-2593
laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
marketing@superiortank.com info@weidmuller.com
www.hawkinsinc.com
www.superiortank.com www.weidmuller.com
Ad on page 75 Hydrite Chemical Co.
Brookfield, WI
Walker Process Equipment, 262-792-1450 Composting Equipment/
A Div. of McNish Corp.
Aurora, IL
marketing@hydrite.com
www.hydrite.com
Systems
GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS
Beaverton, OR 800-992-5537 630-892-7921 Fax: 630-892-7951 BCR Environmental Corporation
walker.process@walker-process.com LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc.
866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293 North Kingstown, RI Jacksonville, FL
brentgill@gilltrading.com www.walker-process.com 904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828
401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108
www.gilltrading.com Ad on page 87 marketing@bcrenv.com
adox@lanxess.com
Wastewater Depot, LLC www.lanxess.com www.bcrenv.com
Headworks International, Inc.
Houston, TX Batavia, OH BDP Industries
Trident Processes LLC
713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999 513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485 Greenwich, NY
Sumas, WA
hw@headworksintl.com info@wastewaterdepot.com 518-695-6851 Fax: 518-695-5417
800-799-3740 604-330-2500
www.headworksintl.com www.wastewaterdepot.com dan@bdpindustries.com
info@tridentprocesses.com
www.tridentprocesses.com www.bdpindustries.com
Ad on page 73
USALCO, LLC Brown Bear Corporation
WesTech Engineering Baltimore, MD
Salt Lake City, UT Corning, IA
Lakeside Equipment Corporation 800-882-3883 410-918-2230 641-322-4220 Fax: 641-322-3527
Bartlett, IL 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080 ctesone@usalco.com
info@westech-inc.com sales@brownbearcorp.com
630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647 www.usalco.com www.brownbearcorp.com
sales@lakeside-equipment.com www.westech-inc.com Ad on page 81
www.lakeside-equipment.com GORE Cover
Elkton, MD
Ad on page 3 Cleaners 410-506-5041
Nasco Whirl-Pak
International Products Corporation
Coatings/Linings/Sealants bfuchs@wlgore.com
Fort Atkinson, WI www.gorecover.com
800-558-9595 920-568-5578 Fax: 920-568-5778 Burlington, NJ Rhino Linings Corporation
info@enasco.com 609-386-8770 Fax: 609-386-8438 San Deigo, CA Kuhn North America, Inc.
www.enasco.com/whirlpak mkt@ipcol.com 800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881 Brodhead, WI
Ad on page 117 www.ipcol.com sales@rhinolinings.com 608-897-2131 Fax: 608-897-2561
www.rhinolinings.com chris.searles@kuhn.com
NEFCO Systems, Inc. www.kuhnnorthamerica.com
Palm Beach Gardens, FL Coagulants/Flocculants/ Ad on page 19
Ad on page 8
561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043
sales@nefco.us Flocculators Communication Equipment Roto-Mix, LLC
www.nefco.us Dodge City, KS
Aqseptence Group Inc. 620-225-1142 Fax: 620-225-6370
New Brighton, MN Phoenix Contact info@rotomix.com
800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171 Middletown, PA
www.rotomix.com
matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com 800-888-7388 717-944-1300
Ad on page 93
Ovivo USA, LLC www.johnsonscreens.com info@phoenixcon.com
Austin, TX www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 Bionetix International
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC ProComSol, Ltd Compressors
info.us@ovivowater.com Lakewood, OH
Canada
www.ovivowater.com 877-221-1551 216-221-1550 Fax: 216-221-1554 Aerzen USA
514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589
sales@procomsol.com Coatesville, PA
Permastore info@bionetix.ca
610-380-0244
Suffolk www.bionetix-international.com www.procomsol.com
Ad on page 85 aerzen@aerzenusa.com
England
011 44 1379870723 Boerger, LLC www.aerzen.com/en-us/
Chanhassen, MN Ad on page 45
sales@permastore.com
www.permastore.com 612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301
america@boerger.com
Anue Water Technologies, Inc.
Oceanside, CA
PolyScience www.boerger.com
760-727-2683
Niles, IL Ad on page 55 info@anuewater.com
800-229-7569 847-647-0611 Fax: 847-647-1155
www.anuewater.com
sales@polyscience.com
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Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems ENMET AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC Howden Roots
Virginia Beach, VA Ann Arbor, MI Duluth, GA Connersville, IN
800-872-7867 757-463-7800 Fax: 757-463-7407 800-521-2978 734-761-1270 Fax: 734-761-3220 866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057 800-557-6687 765-827-9200 Fax: 765-827-9317
marketing@buschusa.com info@enmet.com sales@adedgetechnologies.com connersville.customercare@howden.com
www.buschusa.com www.enmet.com www.adedgetech.com www.howdenroots.com
Ad on page 25
Gardner Denver Inc. Hydromantis Environmental
Quincy, IL Aqua Operations, Inc. Software Solutions, Inc.
866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780 Bakersfield, CA Hamilton, ON
www.gardnerdenver.com/gdproducts Industrial Scientific 888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861 Canada
Ad on page 61 Pittsburgh, PA childerbrand@aquaoperations.com 905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031
412-788-4353 Fax: 412-788-8353 www.aquaoperations.com info@hydromantis.com
Howden Roots info@indsci.com www.hydromantis.com
Connersville, IN www.indsci.com Environmental Coatings LLC
800-557-6687 765-827-9200 Fax: 765-827-9317 Mesa, AZ Lutz-JESCO America Corp.
connersville.customercare@howden.com Milwaukee Rubber Products, Inc. 480-984-7608 Rochester, NY
www.howdenroots.com Menomonee Falls, WI info@sewershield.com 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025
800-325-3730 262-781-7888 Fax: 262-781-1742 www.sewershield.com mail@jescoamerica.com
Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. sales@milwaukeerubber.com www.lutzjescoamerica.com
Meriden, CT www.milwaukeerubber.com F & V Operations and Resource Management
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 Grand Rapids, MI McCrometer Inc.
info.abs.usa@sulzer.com RKI Instruments, Inc. 888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005 Hemet, CA
www.sulzer.com Union City, CA bselover@fv-operations.com 800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078
800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650 www.fv-operations.com customerservice@mccrometer.com
orders@rkiinstruments.com www.mccrometer.com
Confined Space Entry www.rkiinstruments.com Gardner Denver Inc.
Quincy, IL OMI Industries
AmTech Tank Lining & Repair 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780 Long Grove, IL
Plymouth, NH Consulting/Engineering/ www.gardnerdenver.com/gdproducts 800-662-6367 Fax: 847-304-0989
www.omi-industries.com
888-839-0373 Fax: 603-947-9500
info@amtechtanklining.com
Design Services Ad on page 61
Geomembrane Technologies Inc. Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand
www.amtechtanklining.com Activated Carbon Services - PACS Fredericton, NB King of Prussia, PA
Ad on page 91 Coraopolis, PA Canada 800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637
800-367-2587 724-457-6576 855-484-4630 506-452-7304 Fax: 506-452-6625 info@philagear.com
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Controllers Pulsafeeder, Inc.
Punta Gorda, FL
Chromalox 800-333-6677 941-575-3800 Fax: 941-575-4085
Pittsburgh, PA ppgspotech@idexcorp.com
800-443-2640 412-967-3800 Fax: 412-967-5148 www.pulsatron.com
sales@chromalox.com RKI Instruments, Inc.
Ruthman Companies www.chromalox.com Union City, CA DRYCAKE
Cincinnati, OH Cla-Val 800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650 Vancouver, BC
859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248 Costa Mesa, CA orders@rkiinstruments.com Canada
www.gusher.com/contact-us 800-942-6326 949-722-4800 Fax: 949-574-5703 www.rkiinstruments.com 877-379-2253 604-535-2238
www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies info@cla-val.com sales@drycake.com
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Sensorex
www.cla-val.com Garden Grove, CA www.drycake.com
U.S. Water Services Corporation Data Flow Systems, Inc. 800-835-4344 714-895-4344 Enviro-Care Company
New Port Richey, FL Melbourne, FL sales@sensorex.com Gurnee, IL
866-753-8292 515-269-2336 Fax: 727-848-7701 321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006 www.sensorex.com 815-636-8306 Fax: 847-672-7968
info@uswatercorp.net info@dataflowsys.com ecsales@enviro-care.com
www.uswatercorp.com
Sierra Instruments, Inc.
www.dataflowsys.com Monterey, CA www.enviro-care.com
800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402 Ad on page 59
Eagle Microsystems, Inc.
Control/Electrical Panels Pottstown, PA info@sierrainstruments.com
www.sierrainstruments.com
JDV Equipment Corporation
800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114 Dover, NJ
Aerzen USA info@eaglemicrosystems.com Thermal Edge Inc. 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
Coatesville, PA www.eaglemicrosystems.com Irving, TX sales@jdvequipment.com
610-380-0244 888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202 www.jdvequipment.com
aerzen@aerzenusa.com Emerson Automation Solutions
Pittsburgh, PA thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com Ad on page 83
www.aerzen.com/en-us/ www.thermal-edge.com
800-445-9723 412-963-4000 Parkson Corporation
Ad on page 45
powerwater@emerson.com Van London Co. Ft. Lauderdale, FL
ElectroSwitch Corporation www.emerson.com/water Houston, TX 888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182
Weymouth, MA 800-522-7920 832-456-6641 Fax: 832-456-6642 technology@parkson.com
781-335-5200 Force Flow
anna@vanlondon.com www.parkson.com
info@electroswitch.com Concord, CA
www.vanlondon.com
www.electroswitch.com 800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713 Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand
info@forceflow.com WEG Electric Corp King of Prussia, PA
Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand www.forceflow.com Duluth, GA 800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637
King of Prussia, PA Ad on page 89 800-275-4934 info@philagear.com
800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637 info-us@weg.net www.philagear.com
info@philagear.com Hach www.weg.net/us
www.philagear.com Loveland, CO Schwing Bioset, Inc.
800-227-4224 970-669-3050 Somerset, WI
orders@hach.com
www.hach.com
Conveyors 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438
marketing@schwingbioset.com
Ad on page 5 BDP Industries www.schwingbioset.com
PRIMEX
Detroit Lakes, MN Harwil Corp. Greenwich, NY ScreenCo Systems LLC
888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617 Oxnard, CA 518-695-6851 Fax: 518-695-5417 Genesee, ID
info@primexcontrols.com 805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804 dan@bdpindustries.com 208-790-8770
www.primexcontrols.com sales@harwil.com www.bdpindustries.com sales@screencosystems.com
www.harwil.com Ad on page 73 www.screencosystems.com
Ronk Electrical Ad on page 116
Nokomis, IL Lutz-JESCO America Corp. Bright Technologies,
800-221-7665 217-563-8333 Fax: 217-563-8336 Rochester, NY Division of Sebright Products, Inc. Smith & Loveless, Inc.
sales@ronkelectrical.com 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 Hopkins, MI Lenexa, KS
www.ronkelectrical.com mail@jescoamerica.com 800-253-0532 269-793-7183 Fax: 269-793-4022 800-898-9122 913-888-5201
Ad on page 116 www.lutzjescoamerica.com julie@brightbeltpress.com answers@smithandloveless.com
www.brightbeltpress.com www.smithandloveless.com
Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. Phoenix Contact
Ad on page 83
Meriden, CT Middletown, PA
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738
info.abs.usa@sulzer.com
800-888-7388 717-944-1300
info@phoenixcon.com
Charter Machine Company
Metuchen, NJ
Corrosion Instrumentation/
www.sulzer.com www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home 732-548-4400 Protection
walterk@chartermachine.com
Trihedral Engineering Limited PMC Engineering JPCI Services
www.chartermachine.com
Bedford, NS Danbury, CT Mesa, AZ
Canada 203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051 CleanTek Water Solutions 480-986-1212
800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369 sales@pmc1.com Fridley, MN info@jpciservices.com
pcooke@trihedral.com www.pmc1.com 866-929-7773 www.jpciservices.com
www.trihedral.com info@cleantekwater.com
www.cleantekwater.com
WEG Electric Corp
Duluth, GA
800-275-4934 PRIMEX
info-us@weg.net Detroit Lakes, MN
www.weg.net/us 888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617
info@primexcontrols.com
www.primexcontrols.com

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Covers/Domes JDV Equipment Corporation


Dover, NJ
Cranes/Hoists/Winches McCrometer Inc.
Hemet, CA
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand 800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078
ClearSpan Fabric Structures
sales@jdvequipment.com King of Prussia, PA customerservice@mccrometer.com
South Windsor, CT
www.jdvequipment.com 800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637 www.mccrometer.com
866-643-1010
trussinquiry@clearspan.com Ad on page 83 info@philagear.com PMC Engineering
www.clearspan.com NEFCO Systems, Inc. www.philagear.com Danbury, CT
Ad on page 77 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051
sales@pmc1.com
561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043
sales@nefco.us Data Loggers/Management www.pmc1.com
www.nefco.us
Data Flow Systems, Inc. RKI Instruments, Inc.
CST Industries, Inc. Ovivo USA, LLC Melbourne, FL Union City, CA
Kansas City, MT Austin, TX 321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006 800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650
913-621-3700 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 info@dataflowsys.com orders@rkiinstruments.com
sales@cstindustries.com info.us@ovivowater.com www.dataflowsys.com www.rkiinstruments.com
www.cstindustries.com www.ovivowater.com
Emerson / Rosemount Sensaphone
Environetics, Inc. Superior Tank Co., Inc. Shakopee, MN Aston, PA
Lockport, IL Rancho Cucamonga, CA 800-854-8257 952-906-8888 877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222
815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336 877-974-4438 909-912-0580 Fax: 909-912-0585 liquid.csc@emerson.com contact@sensaphone.com
info@environeticsinc.com marketing@superiortank.com www.rosemount.com www.sensaphone.com
www.environeticsinc.com www.superiortank.com
Hydromantis Environmental Trihedral Engineering Limited
Fibergrate Composite Structures Ad on page 75
Software Solutions, Inc. Bedford, NS
Dallas, TX Walker Process Equipment, Hamilton, ON Canada
800-527-4043 972-250-1633 Fax: 972-250-1530 A Div. of McNish Corp. Canada 800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369
info@fibergrate.com Aurora, IL 905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031 pcooke@trihedral.com
www.fibergrate.com 800-992-5537 630-892-7921 Fax: 630-892-7951 info@hydromantis.com www.trihedral.com
Geomembrane Technologies Inc. walker.process@walker-process.com www.hydromantis.com
Fredericton, NB www.walker-process.com Keller America Inc.
Canada Ad on page 87 Newport News, VA
855-484-4630 506-452-7304 Fax: 506-452-6625 877-253-5537 757-596-6680 Fax: 757-596-6659
covers@gticovers.com sales@kelleramerica.com
www.gticovers.com www.kelleramerica.com
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Dealer/Distributor Desalination Equipment CST Industries, Inc.
Kansas City, MT
Disinfection Equipment/
Fortiline Waterworks KCH Engineered Systems 913-621-3700 Systems
Concord, NC Forest City, NC sales@cstindustries.com
844-792-7473 704-788-9800 828-245-9836 www.cstindustries.com AllChem Performance Products
www.fortiline.com khankinson@kchservices.com Gainesville, FL
F & V Operations and Resource Management 352-333-7327 Fax: 866-343-1216
www.kchservices.com Grand Rapids, MI
Rhino Linings Corporation horizon@allchem.com
San Deigo, CA SAF-T-FLO Chemical Injection 888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005
www.horizonwater.com
800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881 Anaheim, CA bselover@fv-operations.com
sales@rhinolinings.com 800-957-2383 714-632-3013 Fax: 714-632-3350 www.fv-operations.com BCR Environmental Corporation
www.rhinolinings.com info@saftflo.com Jacksonville, FL
JDV Equipment Corporation 904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828
Ad on page 19 www.saftflo.com Dover, NJ
Ad on page 47 marketing@bcrenv.com
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
www.bcrenv.com
sales@jdvequipment.com
Decals/Magnets/Signage/ Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc.
Meriden, CT
www.jdvequipment.com Bio-Microbics, Inc.
Labels/Tags 800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 Ad on page 83 Shawnee, KS
800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808
info.abs.usa@sulzer.com NEFCO Systems, Inc.
Uticom Systems, Inc. www.sulzer.com sales@biomicrobics.com
Palm Beach Gardens, FL www.biomicrobics.com
Coatesville, PA 561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043
800-548-5321 610-857-2655 Fax: 610-857-2986 sales@nefco.us Electrolytic Technologies LLC
graphics@uticom.net Detection Equipment www.nefco.us North Miami Beach, FL
www.uticom.net 305-655-2755 Fax: 305-655-2669
Eagle Microsystems, Inc. Ovivo USA, LLC info@electrolytictech.com
Pottstown, PA Austin, TX
Defoamers 800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039
www.electrolytictech.com
Ad on page 116
info@eaglemicrosystems.com info.us@ovivowater.com
Airmaster Aerator LLC www.eaglemicrosystems.com www.ovivowater.com Evoqua Water Technologies LLC
DeRidder, LA Warrendale, PA
Permastore 800-466-7873 724-772-0044
888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119
deanc@airmasteraerator.com Diffusers Suffolk
England
municipalmarketing@evoqua.com
www.airmasteraerator.com www.evoqua.com
American Pleasure Products, Inc. 011 44 1379870723
Ad on page 4
Rose City, MI sales@permastore.com Force Flow
AQUATURBO SYSTEMS, Inc. 989-685-2697 Fax: 989-685-8484 www.permastore.com Concord, CA
Springdale, AR info@aquacycleusa.com 800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713
RKI Instruments, Inc.
479-927-1300 Fax: 479-927-0700 www.aquacycleusa.com info@forceflow.com
Union City, CA
ats@aquaturbo.com Ad on page 77 www.forceflow.com
800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650
www.aquaturbousa.com orders@rkiinstruments.com Ad on page 89
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. www.rkiinstruments.com
Bionetix International Loves Park, IL Halogen Valve Systems, Inc.
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC Irvine, CA
800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508 Shand & Jurs
Canada solutions@aqua-aerobic.com 949-261-5030 Fax: 949-261-5033
Hillside, IL
514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589 www.aqua-aerobic.com info@halogenvalve.com
708-236-6000 Fax: 708-236-6006
info@bionetix.ca Ad on page 11 www.halogenvalve.com
sales@ljtechnologies.com
www.bionetix-international.com
www.ljtechnologies.com Hawkins Water Treatment Group
Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies
Enterprise Specialty Products Carnegie, PA
Ad on page 29 Roseville, MN
Laurens, SC 800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304
864-984-7700 Fax: 864-984-2241
412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878 Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
sales@redvalve.com Wildwood, MO
www.enterprisesp.com www.hawkinsinc.com
www.redvalve.com 636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509
Hawkins Water Treatment Group Ad on page 35 dnokes@setodorcontrol.com Ovivo USA, LLC
Roseville, MN www.setodorcontrol.com Austin, TX
800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304
RWL Water 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039
laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
Golden Valley, MN Smith & Loveless, Inc. info.us@ovivowater.com
800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408 Lenexa, KS
www.hawkinsinc.com www.ovivowater.com
info@rwlwater.com 800-898-9122 913-888-5201
Hydrite Chemical Co. www.rwlwater.com answers@smithandloveless.com Pick Heaters, Inc.
Brookfield, WI www.smithandloveless.com West Bend, WI
262-792-1450
Wastewater Depot, LLC 262-338-1191 Fax: 262-338-8489
marketing@hydrite.com
Batavia, OH Walker Process Equipment, info1@pickheaters.com
513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485 A Div. of McNish Corp.
www.hydrite.com www.pickheaters.com
info@wastewaterdepot.com Aurora, IL
JDV Equipment Corporation www.wastewaterdepot.com 800-992-5537 630-892-7921 Fax: 630-892-7951 Premier Tech Aqua
Dover, NJ walker.process@walker-process.com Riviere-du-Loup, QC
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 Canada
sales@jdvequipment.com Digesters www.walker-process.com
Ad on page 87 800-632-6356 418-867-8883 Fax: 418-862-6642
www.jdvequipment.com pta@premiertech.com
Ad on page 83 Aqua Operations, Inc. www.premiertechaqua.com
Bakersfield, CA
888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861 ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc.
childerbrand@aquaoperations.com WesTech Engineering Pittsburgh, PA
www.aquaoperations.com Salt Lake City, UT 412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704
801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080 sales@prominent.us
info@westech-inc.com www.prominent.us
www.westech-inc.com

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Anaheim, CA
Headworks International, Inc.
Houston, TX
Dredges
800-957-2383 714-632-3013 Fax: 714-632-3350 713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999 Hydra-Tech Pumps
info@saftflo.com hw@headworksintl.com Nesquehoning, PA
www.saftflo.com www.headworksintl.com 570-645-3779 Fax: 570-645-4061
Ad on page 47 UV Pure Technologies, Inc. RWL Water htpump@hydra-tech.com
Toronto, ON Golden Valley, MN www.hydra-tech.com
Canada 800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408
888-407-9997 416-208-9884 Fax: 416-208-5808 Mud Cat, Division of Ellicott Dredge Technologies
info@rwlwater.com New Richmond, WI
info@uvpure.com www.rwlwater.com
www.uvpure.com 866-467-4010 913-642-5100 Fax: 913-642-5119
SALCOR, Inc.
Trident Processes LLC sales@mudcatdredge.com
Fallbrook, CA Wastewater Depot, LLC Sumas, WA www.mudcatdredge.com
760-731-0745 Fax: 760-731-2405 Batavia, OH
jscruver@aol.com 800-799-3740 604-330-2500 SRS Crisafulli, Inc.
513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485 info@tridentprocesses.com
Ad on page 95 info@wastewaterdepot.com Glendive, MT
www.tridentprocesses.com 800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088
www.wastewaterdepot.com
SEEPEX Inc. VaraCorp LLC srsc@crisafulli.com
Enon, OH Wimberley, TX www.crisafullipumps.com
937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157 Dissolved Air 800-801-6685 512-847-5026 Fax: 866-611-6703
sales.us@seepex.com
www.seepex.com
Flotation (DAF) info@varacorp.com
www.varacorp.com Drives - Variable
Ad on page 71 Aeration Industries International WesTech Engineering Frequency (VFD)
Smith & Loveless, Inc. Chaska, MN Salt Lake City, UT
Lenexa, KS 800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080 KSB, Inc.
800-898-9122 913-888-5201 aii@aireo2.com info@westech-inc.com Henrico, VA
answers@smithandloveless.com www.aireo2.com www.westech-inc.com 800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961
www.smithandloveless.com sales@ksbusa.com
Bradley Innovation Group www.ksbusa.com
Indianapolis, IN
317-726-6615
Doors/Hatches Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand
sales@big-h2o.com King of Prussia, PA
NEFCO Systems, Inc. 800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637
www.big-h2o.com Palm Beach Gardens, FL
info@philagear.com
561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043
www.philagear.com
sales@nefco.us
www.nefco.us

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Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC
Midvale, UT
Ronk Electrical
Nokomis, IL
Wastewater Depot, LLC
Batavia, OH
Filter Media
888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989 800-221-7665 217-563-8333 Fax: 217-563-8336 513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485 Activated Carbon Services - PACS
treyburn@rebuild-it.com sales@ronkelectrical.com info@wastewaterdepot.com Coraopolis, PA
www.rebuild-it.com www.ronkelectrical.com www.wastewaterdepot.com 800-367-2587 724-457-6576
Ad on page 116 henry@pacslabs.com
WEG Electric Corp
Duluth, GA
800-275-4934
Thermal Edge Inc.
Irving, TX
Energy Management www.pacslabs.com
AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC
info-us@weg.net 888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202 BCR Environmental Corporation Duluth, GA
www.weg.net/us thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com Jacksonville, FL 866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057
www.thermal-edge.com 904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828 sales@adedgetechnologies.com
Education/Training marketing@bcrenv.com
www.bcrenv.com
www.adedgetech.com
Ad on page 25
Activated Carbon Services - PACS ElectroSwitch Corporation Amiad USA
Coraopolis, PA Weymouth, MA Mooresville, NC
800-367-2587 724-457-6576 781-335-5200 704-662-3133 Fax: 704-662-3155
henry@pacslabs.com info@electroswitch.com infousa@amiad.com
www.pacslabs.com www.electroswitch.com www.amiadusa.com
AllMax Software, Inc. Emerson Automation Solutions CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc.
Kenton, OH Pittsburgh, PA Circleville, OH
800-670-1867 419-673-8863 Fax: 419-673-8864 800-445-9723 412-963-4000 800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656
sales@allmaxsoftware.com Weidmuller powerwater@emerson.com info@ceicompanies.com
www.allmaxsoftware.com Richmond, VA www.emerson.com/water www.ceifiltration.com
Ad on page 31 800-849-9343 Fax: 804-379-2593 F & V Operations and Resource Management Graver Technologies
info@weidmuller.com
Aqua Operations, Inc. www.weidmuller.com
Grand Rapids, MI Glasgow, DE
Bakersfield, CA 888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005 302-731-1700 Fax: 302-369-0938
888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861 bselover@fv-operations.com info@gravertech.com
childerbrand@aquaoperations.com
www.aquaoperations.com
Enclosure Air Conditioners www.fv-operations.com www.gravertech.com
Geomembrane Technologies Inc.
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. Thermal Edge Inc. Fredericton, NB
Loves Park, IL Irving, TX Canada
800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508 888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202 855-484-4630 506-452-7304 Fax: 506-452-6625 Komline-Sanderson
solutions@aqua-aerobic.com thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com covers@gticovers.com Peapack, NJ
www.aqua-aerobic.com www.thermal-edge.com www.gticovers.com 800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487
Ad on page 11 info@komline.com
Hydromantis Environmental www.komline.com
Cla-Val Enclosures Software Solutions, Inc. Ad on page 69
Costa Mesa, CA Hamilton, ON
800-942-6326 949-722-4800 Fax: 949-574-5703 ClearSpan Fabric Structures Canada Ovivo USA, LLC
info@cla-val.com South Windsor, CT 905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031 Austin, TX
www.cla-val.com 866-643-1010 info@hydromantis.com 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039
trussinquiry@clearspan.com www.hydromantis.com info.us@ovivowater.com
Hach www.clearspan.com www.ovivowater.com
Loveland, CO Phoenix Contact
Ad on page 77 Middletown, PA Premier Tech Aqua
800-227-4224 970-669-3050
orders@hach.com Gorman-Rupp Company 800-888-7388 717-944-1300 Riviere-du-Loup, QC
www.hach.com Mansfield, OH info@phoenixcon.com Canada
419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251 www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home 800-632-6356 418-867-8883 Fax: 418-862-6642
Ad on page 5
grsales@gormanrupp.com pta@premiertech.com
Hydromantis Environmental Sierra Instruments, Inc. www.premiertechaqua.com
www.GRpumps.com Monterey, CA
Software Solutions, Inc.
Hamilton, ON HEMCO Corporation 800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402 Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC
Independence, MO info@sierrainstruments.com Wildwood, MO
Canada
800-779-4362 816-796-2900 Fax: 816-796-3333 www.sierrainstruments.com 636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509
905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031
info@hemcocorp.com dnokes@setodorcontrol.com
info@hydromantis.com Thermal Edge Inc.
www.hemcocorp.com www.setodorcontrol.com
www.hydromantis.com Irving, TX
Ad on page 117 888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202 Simple Solutions Distributing
West Milford, NJ
Electrical Equipment Howden Roots
Connersville, IN
thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com
www.thermal-edge.com 866-667-8465 973-846-7817 Fax: 973-858-0219
800-557-6687 765-827-9200 Fax: 765-827-9317 sales@industrialodorcontrol.com
ElectroSwitch Corporation www.IndustrialOdorControl.com
Weymouth, MA
781-335-5200
connersville.customercare@howden.com
www.howdenroots.com
Epoxy Coatings Ad on page 116
info@electroswitch.com Thermal Edge Inc. Environmental Coatings LLC Thermal Edge Inc.
www.electroswitch.com Irving, TX Mesa, AZ Irving, TX
888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202 480-984-7608 888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202
Phoenix Contact thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com
Middletown, PA thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com info@sewershield.com
www.thermal-edge.com www.sewershield.com www.thermal-edge.com
800-888-7388 717-944-1300
info@phoenixcon.com Unison Solutions, Inc.
www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home Dubuque, IA
563-585-0967 Fax: 563-585-0970
sales@unisonsolutions.com
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Filters - Bag/Cartridge Premier Tech Aqua


Riviere-du-Loup, QC
Smith & Loveless, Inc.
Lenexa, KS
Alfa Laval Inc.
Richmond, VA
Canada 800-898-9122 913-888-5201 866-253-2528
800-632-6356 418-867-8883 Fax: 418-862-6642 answers@smithandloveless.com customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com
pta@premiertech.com www.smithandloveless.com www.alfalaval.us
Hayward Flow Control www.premiertechaqua.com
Clemmons, NC Amiad USA
888-429-4635 Fax: 888-778-8410
hfcsales@hayward.com
Smith & Loveless, Inc.
Lenexa, KS
Filters - Trickling Mooresville, NC
704-662-3133 Fax: 704-662-3155
www.haywardflowcontrol.com 800-898-9122 913-888-5201 AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp. infousa@amiad.com
Ad on page 15 answers@smithandloveless.com Aurora, IL www.amiadusa.com
www.smithandloveless.com 630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647 Aqseptence Group Inc.
phaizman@amwell-inc.com
Filters - Membrane New Brighton, MN
Filters - Sand & Gravel www.amwell-inc.com 800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171
matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com
Graver Technologies Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC
Glasgow, DE Amiad USA Midvale, UT www.johnsonscreens.com
302-731-1700 Fax: 302-369-0938 Mooresville, NC 888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989
info@gravertech.com 704-662-3133 Fax: 704-662-3155 treyburn@rebuild-it.com
www.gravertech.com infousa@amiad.com www.rebuild-it.com
www.amiadusa.com
Huber Technology, Inc.
Huntersville, NC CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc.
Circleville, OH
Filtration Equipment/
704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020
marketing@hhusa.net 800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656 Systems Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
Loves Park, IL
www.huberforum.net info@ceicompanies.com
www.ceifiltration.com AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC 800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508
Ad on page 9
Duluth, GA solutions@aqua-aerobic.com
Ovivo USA, LLC Parkson Corporation 866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057 www.aqua-aerobic.com
Austin, TX Ft. Lauderdale, FL sales@adedgetechnologies.com Ad on page 11
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 www.adedgetech.com
info.us@ovivowater.com technology@parkson.com BDP Industries
Ad on page 25 Greenwich, NY
www.ovivowater.com www.parkson.com
518-695-6851 Fax: 518-695-5417
dan@bdpindustries.com
www.bdpindustries.com
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BioAir Solutions LLC
Voorhees, NJ
Park Process
Houston, TX
Flare Systems
856-258-6969 Fax: 856-258-6975 855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254 Endress+Hauser
cwest@bioairsolutions.com rcaughman@parkprocess.com Greenwood, IN
www.bioairsolutions.com www.parkprocess.com 888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498
Ad on page 116 info@us.endress.com
CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc.
Circleville, OH Parkson Corporation www.us.endress.com
800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Varec Biogas
info@ceicompanies.com 888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 Huntington Beach, CA
www.ceifiltration.com technology@parkson.com 866-424-6427 Fax: 714-952-2701
info@varec-biogas.com FCI - Fluid Components International
www.parkson.com San Marcos, CA
Evoqua Water Technologies LLC www.varec-biogas.com
Warrendale, PA 800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250
800-466-7873 724-772-0044 eflow@fluidcomponents.com
www.fluidcomponents.com
municipalmarketing@evoqua.com
www.evoqua.com Flow/Level Switches
Hawk Measurement
Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc. Lawrence, MA
Independence, KY Rain for Rent 888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462
859-448-2331 Fax: 859-448-2333 Bakersfield, CA info@hawkmeasure.com
sales@flottweg.net 800-742-7246 661-399-9124 Delta M Corporation www.hawkmeasure.com
www.flottweg.com info@rainforrent.com Oak Ridge, TN McCrometer Inc.
www.rainforrent.com 800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142 Hemet, CA
Fluidyne Corporation
Cedar Falls, IA sales@deltamcorp.com 800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078
319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034 www.deltamcorp.com customerservice@mccrometer.com
fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com FCI - Fluid Components International www.mccrometer.com
www.fluidynecorp.com San Marcos, CA
Graver Technologies 800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250
Glasgow, DE eflow@fluidcomponents.com
302-731-1700 Fax: 302-369-0938 Ruthman Companies www.fluidcomponents.com Sierra Instruments, Inc.
info@gravertech.com Cincinnati, OH Monterey, CA
Harwil Corp.
www.gravertech.com 859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248 800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402
Oxnard, CA
www.gusher.com/contact-us info@sierrainstruments.com
HEMCO Corporation 805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804
www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies www.sierrainstruments.com
Independence, MO sales@harwil.com
Ad on page 37 www.harwil.com
800-779-4362 816-796-2900 Fax: 816-796-3333 Sure Flow Products, LLC
info@hemcocorp.com Smith & Loveless, Inc. Wixom, MI
www.hemcocorp.com
Ad on page 117
Lenexa, KS
800-898-9122 913-888-5201
Flowmeters 248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568
sales@sureflowproducts.com
answers@smithandloveless.com www.flowmetersource.com
Huber Technology, Inc. www.smithandloveless.com
BinMaster Level Controls
Huntersville, NC Lincoln, NE
704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020 Sure Flow Products, LLC 800-278-4241 402-434-9102 Fax: 402-434-9133
marketing@hhusa.net
www.huberforum.net
Wixom, MI
248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568
info@binmaster.com
www.binmaster.com
FOG Controls
Ad on page 9 sales@sureflowproducts.com Ad on page 117
www.flowmetersource.com
International Products Corporation
Burlington, NJ Thermal Edge Inc.
609-386-8770 Fax: 609-386-8438 Irving, TX
Blue-White Industries Anue Water Technologies, Inc.
mkt@ipcol.com 888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202
Huntington Beach, CA Oceanside, CA
www.ipcol.com thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com
714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492 760-727-2683
www.thermal-edge.com
sales@blue-white.com info@anuewater.com
Triplepoint Environmental www.blue-white.com www.anuewater.com
Oak Park, IL Ad on page 2
800-654-9307 Fax: 312-957-4712 Byo-Gon, Inc.
Lakeside Equipment Corporation info@triplepointwater.com Charleston, SC
Bartlett, IL www.tpev.com 888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318
630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647 VAF Filtration Systems info@byogon.com
sales@lakeside-equipment.com Delta M Corporation
Arvada, CO www.byogon.com
www.lakeside-equipment.com Oak Ridge, TN
303-425-4242 Fax: 303-425-0112 800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142 Ad on page 117
Ad on page 3 sales.vaf@evoqua.com sales@deltamcorp.com
www.vafusa.com www.deltamcorp.com
Emerson / Rosemount
Shakopee, MN
Ovivo USA, LLC 800-854-8257 952-906-8888 In-Pipe Technology
Austin, TX WesTech Engineering liquid.csc@emerson.com Wood Dale, IL
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 Salt Lake City, UT 888-325-5033 630-509-2488 Fax: 630-509-2490
www.rosemount.com
info.us@ovivowater.com 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080 jwilliams@in-pipe.com
www.ovivowater.com info@westech-inc.com www.in-pipe.com
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Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC


Wildwood, MO
636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509
dnokes@setodorcontrol.com
www.setodorcontrol.com 1.866.643.1010 ClearSpan.com/ADTPO
Milwaukee Rubber Products, Inc.
U.S. Water Services Corporation Menomonee Falls, WI
New Port Richey, FL 800-325-3730 262-781-7888 Fax: 262-781-1742
866-753-8292 515-269-2336 Fax: 727-848-7701
info@uswatercorp.net
www.uswatercorp.com
sales@milwaukeerubber.com
www.milwaukeerubber.com WE MANUFACTURE WE INSTALL
FOG Screening
Praxair, Inc.
Burr Ridge, IL
800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
info@praxair.com
www.praxair.com/wastewater
RKI Instruments, Inc.
BUILDINGS OF 1,000 USES
Enviro-Care Company Union City, CA
Gurnee, IL 800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650
815-636-8306 Fax: 847-672-7968 orders@rkiinstruments.com
ecsales@enviro-care.com www.rkiinstruments.com
www.enviro-care.com
Sierra Instruments, Inc.
Ad on page 59
Monterey, CA
800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402
Fume Hoods info@sierrainstruments.com
www.sierrainstruments.com
HEMCO Corporation Sure Flow Products, LLC
Independence, MO Wixom, MI
800-779-4362 816-796-2900 Fax: 816-796-3333 248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568
info@hemcocorp.com sales@sureflowproducts.com
www.hemcocorp.com Fabric Structures Hybrid Buildings Foundation Solutions
www.flowmetersource.com Natural Light & Low Cost Per Sq Ft Benefits of Metal & Fabric Buildings Build Anywhere & Quick Construction
Ad on page 117

Gates/Weirs/Flumes/ ZERO PERCENT FINANCING AVAILABLE RESTRICTIONS

Gas Monitors/Detection
MAY APPLY

Booms/Baffles FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX


Analytical Technology, Inc.
Collegeville, PA Alfa Laval Inc.
800-959-0299 610-917-0991 Fax: 610-917-0992 Richmond, VA
sales@analyticaltechnology.com 866-253-2528
www.analyticaltechnology.com customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com
Ad on page 118 www.alfalaval.us

Eagle Microsystems, Inc. Environetics, Inc.


Pottstown, PA Lockport, IL
800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114 815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336
info@eaglemicrosystems.com info@environeticsinc.com
www.eaglemicrosystems.com www.environeticsinc.com

Emerson / Rosemount Fibergrate Composite Structures


Shakopee, MN Dallas, TX
800-854-8257 952-906-8888 800-527-4043 972-250-1633 Fax: 972-250-1530
info@fibergrate.com
liquid.csc@emerson.com
www.rosemount.com www.fibergrate.com BARGE OFFERS SAFE WORK
ENMET
Ann Arbor, MI
NEFCO Systems, Inc.
Palm Beach Gardens, FL AREA AND BOOSTS CONFIDENCE
800-521-2978 734-761-1270 Fax: 734-761-3220 561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043 For Work On Treatment Ponds and Lagoons.
info@enmet.com sales@nefco.us
www.enmet.com www.nefco.us 8' x 12' platform Vinyl decking for easy clean up
Hawkins Water Treatment Group Approximate weight 550lbs Heavy duty protective hand rail
Roseville, MN Gauges Approximate capacity 1400lbs with 1/4 rail spacers
Protective lower rail
800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304 23" diameter aluminum pontoons -
laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com AMETEK Drexelbrook #5052 x .080 wall thickness (keeps tools on board)
www.hawkinsinc.com Horsham, PA Heavy duty outboard motor mount for Safety chains
215-674-1234 Fax: 215-674-2731 small gasoline or electric motors Welded lifting eyes at each corner
drexelbrook.info@ametek.com
www.drexelbrook.com OPTIONS:
Industrial Scientific Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems > Battery box with solar charger AMERICAN PLEASURE
> Boarding ladder
Pittsburgh, PA
412-788-4353 Fax: 412-788-8353
Virginia Beach, VA
800-872-7867 757-463-7800 Fax: 757-463-7407
> 1000-lb. capacity crane PRODUCTS INC.
info@indsci.com > Galvanized trailer ROSE CITY, MI
marketing@buschusa.com > Life ring
www.indsci.com www.buschusa.com INFO@AQUACYCLEUSA.COM
> Pivot arms (Used to secure barge to
aerator tubes when service is being
performed on diffuser drop tubes.) 989.685.2697
FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX

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Emerson / Rosemount Sunbelt Rentals NozzTeq Inc.
Shakopee, MN Fort Mill, SC Clearwater, FL
800-854-8257 952-906-8888 800-736-2504 866-620-5915 727-223-4979 Fax: 603-413-6744
liquid.csc@emerson.com www.sunbeltrentals.com info@nozzteq.com
www.rosemount.com Ad on page 27 www.nozzteq.com Duramax Cast Stainless Steel
WEG Electric Corp Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC Chain & Equipment Products
Duluth, GA Wildwood, MO Pewaukee, WI
800-275-4934 636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509 800-691-0998 262-691-0998 Fax: 262-691-0992
Endress+Hauser www.duramaxchain.com
Greenwood, IN info-us@weg.net dnokes@setodorcontrol.com
888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498 www.weg.net/us www.setodorcontrol.com
info@us.endress.com Enviro-Care Company
Vaughan Company, Inc. Gurnee, IL
www.us.endress.com
Geomembranes/ Montesano, WA
888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155
815-636-8306 Fax: 847-672-7968
Hawk Measurement
Lawrence, MA Geosynthetics info@chopperpumps.com
ecsales@enviro-care.com
www.enviro-care.com
888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462 www.chopperpumps.com Ad on page 59
info@hawkmeasure.com Agru America, Inc. Ad on page 120
www.hawkmeasure.com Georgetown, SC Fluidyne Corporation
800-373-2478 843-546-0600 Fax: 843-527-2738 Cedar Falls, IA
Keller America Inc. salesmkg@agruamerica.com Grinders/Shredders 319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034
Newport News, VA www.agruamerica.com fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com
877-253-5537 757-596-6680 Fax: 757-596-6659 Boerger, LLC www.fluidynecorp.com
sales@kelleramerica.com Environetics, Inc. Chanhassen, MN
www.kelleramerica.com Lockport, IL 612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301 Garland Manufacturing Company
Ad on page 7 815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336 america@boerger.com Saco, ME
info@environeticsinc.com www.boerger.com 800-727-1900 207-283-3693 Fax: 207-283-4834
Milwaukee Rubber Products, Inc. www.environeticsinc.com wastewater@garlandmfg.com
Ad on page 55
Menomonee Falls, WI www.garlandmfg.com/plastics/wastewater.html
Geomembrane Technologies Inc.
800-325-3730 262-781-7888 Fax: 262-781-1742
Fredericton, NB
NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC Ad on page 89
sales@milwaukeerubber.com Exton, PA
www.milwaukeerubber.com Canada Huber Technology, Inc.
610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971
855-484-4630 506-452-7304 Fax: 506-452-6625 Huntersville, NC
npa@netzsch.com
MoistTech Corp. covers@gticovers.com 704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020
www.pumps.netzsch.com
Sarasota, FL www.gticovers.com marketing@hhusa.net
941-351-7870 SEEPEX Inc. www.huberforum.net
www.moisttech.com/ Enon, OH
PMC Engineering
Grating/Handrails/Ladders 937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157
Ad on page 9

Danbury, CT sales.us@seepex.com
Fibergrate Composite Structures www.seepex.com
203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051 Dallas, TX
sales@pmc1.com Ad on page 71
800-527-4043 972-250-1633 Fax: 972-250-1530 Hydro International
www.pmc1.com info@fibergrate.com Hillsboro, OR
Shand & Jurs www.fibergrate.com Grit Handling/Removal/ 866-615-8130 503-615-8130 Fax: 503-615-2906
Hillside, IL
708-236-6000 Fax: 708-236-6006
Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc.
Corona, CA
Hauling questions@hydro-int.com
www.hydro-int.com
sales@ljtechnologies.com 877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111 Ad on page 63
www.ljtechnologies.com
AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp.
sales@4peabody.com Aurora, IL JDV Equipment Corporation
Ad on page 29 www.4peabody.com 630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647 Dover, NJ
phaizman@amwell-inc.com 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
Gears/Gearboxes Grease Removal Equipment www.amwell-inc.com sales@jdvequipment.com
www.jdvequipment.com
Aqseptence Group Inc.
New Brighton, MN Ad on page 83
800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171
matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com
Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand Anue Water Technologies, Inc. www.johnsonscreens.com
King of Prussia, PA Oceanside, CA
800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637 CleanTek Water Solutions
760-727-2683 Fridley, MN Lakeside Equipment Corporation
info@philagear.com info@anuewater.com Bartlett, IL
www.philagear.com 866-929-7773
www.anuewater.com info@cleantekwater.com 630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647
www.cleantekwater.com sales@lakeside-equipment.com
Byo-Gon, Inc.
Generators Charleston, SC
www.lakeside-equipment.com
Ad on page 3
888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318
Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand info@byogon.com Ovivo USA, LLC
King of Prussia, PA www.byogon.com Austin, TX
800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637 Ad on page 117 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039
info@philagear.com info.us@ovivowater.com
www.philagear.com KCH Engineered Systems www.ovivowater.com
Forest City, NC
Ronk Electrical 828-245-9836 DRYCAKE Park Process
Nokomis, IL khankinson@kchservices.com Vancouver, BC Houston, TX
800-221-7665 217-563-8333 Fax: 217-563-8336 www.kchservices.com Canada 855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254
sales@ronkelectrical.com 877-379-2253 604-535-2238 rcaughman@parkprocess.com
www.ronkelectrical.com sales@drycake.com www.parkprocess.com
Ad on page 116 www.drycake.com
Ad on page 116

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Paxxo Headworks Transform your Clarifier


Cleaning with the NEW
Newnan, GA
770-502-0055 Fax: 770-502-0088 Aqseptence Group Inc.
chris.pettigrew@paxxo.com New Brighton, MN

!
www.paxxo.com 800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171 TM
Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com
Carnegie, PA www.johnsonscreens.com
412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878
sales@redvalve.com
www.redvalve.com
Ad on page 35
Aqualitec Corp.
ScreenCo Systems LLC Los Angeles, CA
Genesee, ID 855-650-2214
208-790-8770 info@aqualitec.com
sales@screencosystems.com www.aqualitec.com
www.screencosystems.com
Ad on page 116

CleanTek Water Solutions


Smith & Loveless, Inc. Fridley, MN
Lenexa, KS 866-929-7773
800-898-9122 913-888-5201 info@cleantekwater.com
answers@smithandloveless.com www.cleantekwater.com
www.smithandloveless.com
U.S. Submergent Technologies LLC
Sarasota, FL
844-765-7866 941-444-1440 Fax: 941-219-3080
info@ussubmergent.com
www.ussubmergent.com

DRYCAKE
WEMCO Vancouver, BC
Canada
Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO) FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX
877-379-2253 604-535-2238
Salt Lake City, UT
sales@drycake.com
801-359-8731 Fax: 801-530-7828
www.drycake.com
wemco@mail.weir
www.global.weir Duperon Corporation
Saginaw, MI
800-383-8479 989-754-8800 Fax: 989-754-2175
Groundwater Remediation/ bbauer@duperon.com
Treatment www.duperon.com

AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC


Duluth, GA
866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057
sales@adedgetechnologies.com Duramax Cast Stainless Steel
www.adedgetech.com Chain & Equipment Products
Ad on page 25 Pewaukee, WI
800-691-0998 262-691-0998 Fax: 262-691-0992
CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc. www.duramaxchain.com
Circleville, OH
800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656
info@ceicompanies.com
www.ceifiltration.com
KCH Engineered Systems Enviro-Care Company
Forest City, NC Gurnee, IL
828-245-9836 815-636-8306 Fax: 847-672-7968
khankinson@kchservices.com ecsales@enviro-care.com
www.kchservices.com www.enviro-care.com
Ad on page 59
Headworks International, Inc.
Houston, TX
713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999
hw@headworksintl.com
www.headworksintl.com
UV Pure Technologies, Inc.
Toronto, ON
Canada
888-407-9997 416-208-9884 Fax: 416-208-5808
info@uvpure.com
www.uvpure.com

FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX

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Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC
Wildwood, MO
Instrumentation -
WesTech Engineering
636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509 Analytical
dnokes@setodorcontrol.com
Huber Technology, Inc. Salt Lake City, UT www.setodorcontrol.com Activated Carbon Services - PACS
Huntersville, NC 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080 Coraopolis, PA
704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020 info@westech-inc.com Sunbelt Rentals 800-367-2587 724-457-6576
www.westech-inc.com Fort Mill, SC
marketing@hhusa.net henry@pacslabs.com
800-736-2504
www.huberforum.net www.pacslabs.com
www.sunbeltrentals.com
Ad on page 9
Heat Exchangers Ad on page 27 AMETEK Drexelbrook
Hydro International Thermal Edge Inc.
Horsham, PA
Hillsboro, OR Alfa Laval Inc. 215-674-1234 Fax: 215-674-2731
Richmond, VA Irving, TX drexelbrook.info@ametek.com
866-615-8130 503-615-8130 Fax: 503-615-2906
866-253-2528 888-580-0202 972-580-0200 Fax: 972-580-0202 www.drexelbrook.com
questions@hydro-int.com
customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com thermalinfo@thermal-edge.com
www.hydro-int.com
www.alfalaval.us www.thermal-edge.com Analytical Technology, Inc.
Ad on page 63 Collegeville, PA
Chromalox Walker Process Equipment, 800-959-0299 610-917-0991 Fax: 610-917-0992
JDV Equipment Corporation
Dover, NJ Pittsburgh, PA A Div. of McNish Corp. sales@analyticaltechnology.com
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 800-443-2640 412-967-3800 Fax: 412-967-5148 Aurora, IL www.analyticaltechnology.com
sales@jdvequipment.com sales@chromalox.com 800-992-5537 630-892-7921 Fax: 630-892-7951 Ad on page 118
www.jdvequipment.com www.chromalox.com walker.process@walker-process.com
www.walker-process.com ASA Analytics
Ad on page 83 Waukesha, WI
Ad on page 87
262-717-9500 Fax: 262-717-9530
info@chemscan.com
CleanTek Water Solutions Heat Trace Systems www.asaanalytics.com
Fridley, MN CEM Corporation
Lakeside Equipment Corporation 866-929-7773 Chromalox
Matthews, NC
Bartlett, IL info@cleantekwater.com Pittsburgh, PA
800-726-3331 Fax: 704-821-7015
630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647 www.cleantekwater.com 800-443-2640 412-967-3800 Fax: 412-967-5148
info@cem.com
sales@lakeside-equipment.com sales@chromalox.com
Gorman-Rupp Company www.cem.com
www.lakeside-equipment.com www.chromalox.com
Mansfield, OH Ad on page 67
Ad on page 3
419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251 CHEMetrics, Inc.
LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc. grsales@gormanrupp.com Hose/Tubing Midland, VA
North Kingstown, RI www.GRpumps.com 800-356-3072 540-788-9026 Fax: 540-788-4856
401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108 Flowrox, Inc.
Gryphon Environmental sales@chemetrics.com
adox@lanxess.com Linthicum, MD
Owensboro, KY www.chemetrics.com
www.lanxess.com 410-636-2250 Fax: 410-636-9062
270-485-2680 sales-us@flowrox.com Eagle Microsystems, Inc.
NEFCO Systems, Inc. info@2gryphon.com Pottstown, PA
Palm Beach Gardens, FL www.flowrox.com
www.2gryphon.com 800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114
561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043
info@eaglemicrosystems.com
sales@nefco.us
www.eaglemicrosystems.com
www.nefco.us

Milwaukee Rubber Products, Inc.


Menomonee Falls, WI
Ovivo USA, LLC HRS HEAT EXCHANGERS 800-325-3730 262-781-7888 Fax: 262-781-1742
Austin, TX Marietta, GA sales@milwaukeerubber.com Emerson / Rosemount
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 770-726-3540 www.milwaukeerubber.com Shakopee, MN
info.us@ovivowater.com info@hrs-heatexchangers.com 800-854-8257 952-906-8888
www.ovivowater.com www.hrs-heatexchangers.com
SRS Crisafulli, Inc. liquid.csc@emerson.com
Glendive, MT www.rosemount.com
Parkson Corporation 800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088
Ft. Lauderdale, FL
JDV Equipment Corporation srsc@crisafulli.com
Dover, NJ www.crisafullipumps.com
888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
technology@parkson.com Endress+Hauser
www.parkson.com
sales@jdvequipment.com Sunbelt Rentals
www.jdvequipment.com Fort Mill, SC Greenwood, IN
Paxxo 800-736-2504 888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498
Ad on page 83
Newnan, GA www.sunbeltrentals.com info@us.endress.com
770-502-0055 Fax: 770-502-0088 Parker Boiler Co. Ad on page 27
www.us.endress.com
chris.pettigrew@paxxo.com Los Angeles, CA
323-727-9800 Fax: 323-722-2848 Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group Force Flow
www.paxxo.com Concord, CA
mleeming@parkerboiler.com Wilmington, MA
Smith & Loveless, Inc. www.parkerboiler.com 800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713
800-282-8823 978-658-6168 Fax: 978-658-0041
Lenexa, KS info@forceflow.com
support@wmpg.us
800-898-9122 913-888-5201 Pick Heaters, Inc. www.forceflow.com
www.watson-marlow.com
answers@smithandloveless.com West Bend, WI Ad on page 89
262-338-1191 Fax: 262-338-8489 Ad on page 53
www.smithandloveless.com
info1@pickheaters.com
USP Technologies (US Peroxide) www.pickheaters.com
Atlanta, GA
877-346-4262 404-352-6070 Fax: 404-352-6077
info@usptechnologies.com
www.usptechnologies.com

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BinMaster Level Controls


Lincoln, NE
800-278-4241 402-434-9102 Fax: 402-434-9133
Hach info@binmaster.com
Loveland, CO
800-227-4224 970-669-3050
www.binmaster.com
Ad on page 117
The DelPAC Difference
orders@hach.com
www.hach.com
Data Flow Systems, Inc. Continuous Innovation
Melbourne, FL
Ad on page 5 321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006 of Coagulant Chemistry
LaMotte Company info@dataflowsys.com
Chestertown, MD www.dataflowsys.com
800-344-3100 410-778-3100 Fax: 410-778-6394
mkt@lamotte.com
www.lamotte.com
Lutz-JESCO America Corp. Delta M Corporation
Rochester, NY Oak Ridge, TN
800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142
mail@jescoamerica.com sales@deltamcorp.com
www.lutzjescoamerica.com www.deltamcorp.com
MoistTech Corp. Eagle Microsystems, Inc.
Sarasota, FL Pottstown, PA
941-351-7870 800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114
www.moisttech.com info@eaglemicrosystems.com
www.eaglemicrosystems.com
Emerson / Rosemount
Shakopee, MN
800-854-8257 952-906-8888 To Learn More Visit www.usalco.com
Myron L Company liquid.csc@emerson.com
Carlsbad, CA or Call 1-800-882-3883
www.rosemount.com
760-438-2021 Fax: 760-931-9189
info@myronl.com
www.myronl.com FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX
Ad on page 57 Endress+Hauser
Greenwood, IN
PolyScience 888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498
Niles, IL info@us.endress.com
800-229-7569 847-647-0611 Fax: 847-647-1155 www.us.endress.com
sales@polyscience.com
FCI - Fluid Components International
www.polyscience.com
San Marcos, CA
ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc. 800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250
Pittsburgh, PA eflow@fluidcomponents.com
412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704 www.fluidcomponents.com
sales@prominent.us
www.prominent.us
Force Flow
Concord, CA
Sensaphone 800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713
Aston, PA info@forceflow.com
877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222 www.forceflow.com
contact@sensaphone.com Ad on page 89
www.sensaphone.com
Gorman-Rupp Company
Sierra Instruments, Inc. Mansfield, OH
Monterey, CA 419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251
800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402 grsales@gormanrupp.com
info@sierrainstruments.com www.GRpumps.com
www.sierrainstruments.com
Harwil Corp.
Van London Co. Oxnard, CA
Houston, TX 805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804
800-522-7920 832-456-6641 Fax: 832-456-6642 sales@harwil.com
anna@vanlondon.com www.harwil.com
www.vanlondon.com
Hawk Measurement
Lawrence, MA
Instrumentation - 888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462
info@hawkmeasure.com
Level Control www.hawkmeasure.com

AMETEK Drexelbrook
Horsham, PA
215-674-1234 Fax: 215-674-2731
drexelbrook.info@ametek.com
www.drexelbrook.com
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Keller America Inc. Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. Hach ProComSol, Ltd
Newport News, VA Loves Park, IL Loveland, CO Lakewood, OH
877-253-5537 757-596-6680 Fax: 757-596-6659 800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508 800-227-4224 970-669-3050 877-221-1551 216-221-1550 Fax: 216-221-1554
sales@kelleramerica.com solutions@aqua-aerobic.com orders@hach.com sales@procomsol.com
www.kelleramerica.com www.aqua-aerobic.com www.hach.com www.procomsol.com
Ad on page 7 Ad on page 11 Ad on page 5 Ad on page 85
McCrometer Inc. ASA Analytics Hawk Measurement Sensaphone
Hemet, CA Waukesha, WI Lawrence, MA Aston, PA
800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078 262-717-9500 Fax: 262-717-9530 888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462 877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222
customerservice@mccrometer.com info@chemscan.com info@hawkmeasure.com contact@sensaphone.com
www.mccrometer.com www.asaanalytics.com www.hawkmeasure.com www.sensaphone.com
Myron L Company Hydromantis Environmental Sensorex
Carlsbad, CA Software Solutions, Inc. Garden Grove, CA
760-438-2021 Fax: 760-931-9189 Blue-White Industries Hamilton, ON 800-835-4344 714-895-4344
info@myronl.com Huntington Beach, CA Canada sales@sensorex.com
www.myronl.com 714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492 905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031 www.sensorex.com
Ad on page 57 sales@blue-white.com info@hydromantis.com
www.hydromantis.com Sierra Instruments, Inc.
Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc. www.blue-white.com Monterey, CA
Corona, CA Ad on page 2 IWAKI America 800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402
877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111 Holliston, MA info@sierrainstruments.com
CEM Corporation 508-429-1440 www.sierrainstruments.com
sales@4peabody.com Matthews, NC
www.4peabody.com info@iwakiamerica.com
800-726-3331 Fax: 704-821-7015
www.iwakiamerica.com Sure Flow Products, LLC
info@cem.com Wixom, MI
www.cem.com Keller America Inc. 248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568
Ad on page 67 Newport News, VA sales@sureflowproducts.com
877-253-5537 757-596-6680 Fax: 757-596-6659 www.flowmetersource.com
Data Flow Systems, Inc. sales@kelleramerica.com
Melbourne, FL www.kelleramerica.com
Trihedral Engineering Limited
PMC Engineering 321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006 Bedford, NS
Danbury, CT Ad on page 7
info@dataflowsys.com Canada
203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051 www.dataflowsys.com LaMotte Company 800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369
sales@pmc1.com Chestertown, MD pcooke@trihedral.com
www.pmc1.com 800-344-3100 410-778-3100 Fax: 410-778-6394 www.trihedral.com
PRIMEX mkt@lamotte.com
www.lamotte.com
Detroit Lakes, MN
888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617
Delta M Corporation
Lutz-JESCO America Corp.
Instrumentation - Testing
Oak Ridge, TN
info@primexcontrols.com 800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142 Rochester, NY CHEMetrics, Inc.
www.primexcontrols.com sales@deltamcorp.com 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 Midland, VA
Rain for Rent www.deltamcorp.com mail@jescoamerica.com 800-356-3072 540-788-9026 Fax: 540-788-4856
Bakersfield, CA www.lutzjescoamerica.com sales@chemetrics.com
Eagle Microsystems, Inc. www.chemetrics.com
800-742-7246 661-399-9124 Pottstown, PA McCrometer Inc.
info@rainforrent.com 800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114 Hemet, CA Sensorex
www.rainforrent.com info@eaglemicrosystems.com 800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078 Garden Grove, CA
Sensaphone www.eaglemicrosystems.com customerservice@mccrometer.com 800-835-4344 714-895-4344
Aston, PA www.mccrometer.com sales@sensorex.com
Emerson Automation Solutions www.sensorex.com
877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222 Pittsburgh, PA MoistTech Corp.
contact@sensaphone.com 800-445-9723 412-963-4000 Sarasota, FL
www.sensaphone.com powerwater@emerson.com
www.emerson.com/water
941-351-7870
www.moisttech.com/
Ion Exchange Systems
Sierra Instruments, Inc.
Monterey, CA AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC
800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402 Duluth, GA
info@sierrainstruments.com 866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057
www.sierrainstruments.com Endress+Hauser sales@adedgetechnologies.com
Greenwood, IN
Myron L Company www.adedgetech.com
888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498
Carlsbad, CA Ad on page 25
Instrumentation - info@us.endress.com
www.us.endress.com
760-438-2021 Fax: 760-931-9189
Process Control FCI - Fluid Components International
info@myronl.com
www.myronl.com Jet/Vac Combination
Aerzen USA San Marcos, CA
800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250
Ad on page 57
Machines
Coatesville, PA
610-380-0244 eflow@fluidcomponents.com PMC Engineering
aerzen@aerzenusa.com www.fluidcomponents.com Danbury, CT
www.aerzen.com/en-us/ 203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051
Force Flow sales@pmc1.com
Ad on page 45 Concord, CA www.pmc1.com
AMETEK Drexelbrook 800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713 U.S. Submergent Technologies LLC
Horsham, PA info@forceflow.com PolyScience Sarasota, FL
215-674-1234 Fax: 215-674-2731 www.forceflow.com Niles, IL
844-765-7866 941-444-1440 Fax: 941-219-3080
drexelbrook.info@ametek.com Ad on page 89 800-229-7569 847-647-0611 Fax: 847-647-1155
info@ussubmergent.com
www.drexelbrook.com sales@polyscience.com
www.ussubmergent.com
www.polyscience.com

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Jetters - Portable/Truck/ Van London Co. Do It Once!


Do It Bright!
Houston, TX
Trailers 800-522-7920 832-456-6641 Fax: 832-456-6642
anna@vanlondon.com
Cam Spray www.vanlondon.com
Iowa Falls, IA
Wako Chemicals USA, Inc.
800-648-5011 641-648-5011 Fax: 641-648-5013
Richmond, VA
sales@camspray.com
877-714-1920 804-714-1920 Fax: 804-271-7791
www.camspray.com
www.wakousa.com
Ad on page 87

Laboratory Equipment/ Laboratory Services/


Supplies Testing Mobile Belt Filter Press with
Operator Room
Activated Carbon Services - PACS
CEM Corporation Coraopolis, PA Dewatering Solutions for
Matthews, NC 800-367-2587 724-457-6576 Bio Solids, Sludge & Slurries
800-726-3331 Fax: 704-821-7015 henry@pacslabs.com
info@cem.com www.pacslabs.com
www.cem.com Sales, Rentals,
Ad on page 67 Centrisys Corporation & Leasing Options
Kenosha, WI
CHEMetrics, Inc. 262-654-6006 Fax: 262-764-8705
Midland, VA info@centrisys.us
800-356-3072 540-788-9026 Fax: 540-788-4856 www.centrisys.com
sales@chemetrics.com Ad on page 81
www.chemetrics.com
CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corp.
Hach Kenosha, WI
Loveland, CO
800-227-4224 970-669-3050
262-764-3651 Fax: 262-764-8705
info@cnp-tec.com
Phone: 269-793-7183 Fax: 269-793-4022
orders@hach.com
www.hach.com
www.cnp-tec.com 127 N. Water St., Hopkins, MI 49328
Ad on page 85
Ad on page 5
www.brightbeltpress.com
HEMCO Corporation
Independence, MO Lagoon Ammonia Removal FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX
800-779-4362 816-796-2900 Fax: 816-796-3333
info@hemcocorp.com
www.hemcocorp.com
Ad on page 117
International Products Corporation Triplepoint Environmental
Burlington, NJ Oak Park, IL
609-386-8770 Fax: 609-386-8438 800-654-9307 Fax: 312-957-4712
mkt@ipcol.com info@triplepointwater.com
www.ipcol.com www.tpev.com

LaMotte Company
Chestertown, MD Lagoon Products
800-344-3100 410-778-3100 Fax: 410-778-6394
mkt@lamotte.com Aeration Industries International
www.lamotte.com Chaska, MN
800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293
MoistTech Corp. aii@aireo2.com
Sarasota, FL www.aireo2.com
941-351-7870
www.moisttech.com/ Airmaster Aerator LLC
DeRidder, LA
Nasco Whirl-Pak 888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119
Fort Atkinson, WI deanc@airmasteraerator.com
800-558-9595 920-568-5578 Fax: 920-568-5778 www.airmasteraerator.com
info@enasco.com Ad on page 4
www.enasco.com/whirlpak
Ad on page 117 American Pleasure Products, Inc.
Rose City, MI
PolyScience 989-685-2697 Fax: 989-685-8484
Niles, IL info@aquacycleusa.com
800-229-7569 847-647-0611 Fax: 847-647-1155 www.aquacycleusa.com
sales@polyscience.com Ad on page 77
www.polyscience.com
Sensorex
Garden Grove, CA
800-835-4344 714-895-4344
sales@sensorex.com
www.sensorex.com

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Vaughan Company, Inc. U.S. Water Services Corporation USP Technologies (US Peroxide)
Montesano, WA New Port Richey, FL Atlanta, GA
888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155 866-753-8292 515-269-2336 Fax: 727-848-7701 877-346-4262 404-352-6070 Fax: 404-352-6077
info@chopperpumps.com info@uswatercorp.net info@usptechnologies.com
www.chopperpumps.com www.uswatercorp.com www.usptechnologies.com
Bradley Innovation Group Ad on page 120
Indianapolis, IN Vaughan Company, Inc.
317-726-6615 Lift Stations/Wet Wells Montesano, WA
sales@big-h2o.com
www.big-h2o.com
Leak Detection Equipment 888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155
info@chopperpumps.com
Data Flow Systems, Inc.
Analytical Technology, Inc. Melbourne, FL www.chopperpumps.com
Byo-Gon, Inc. Ad on page 120
Charleston, SC Collegeville, PA 321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006
888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318 800-959-0299 610-917-0991 Fax: 610-917-0992 info@dataflowsys.com Wastewater Depot, LLC
info@byogon.com sales@analyticaltechnology.com www.dataflowsys.com Batavia, OH
www.byogon.com www.analyticaltechnology.com 513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485
F & V Operations and Resource Management
Ad on page 117 Ad on page 118 Grand Rapids, MI info@wastewaterdepot.com
Asahi/America, Inc. 888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005 www.wastewaterdepot.com
Environetics, Inc.
Lawrence, MA bselover@fv-operations.com
Lockport, IL
www.fv-operations.com
815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336 800-343-3618 781-321-5409 Fax: 800-787-6861
asahi@asahi-america.com Lubricants
info@environeticsinc.com Greener Planet Systems
www.environeticsinc.com www.asahi-america.com Monroe, IA International Products Corporation
Deep Trekker Inc. 888-669-1787 517-719-2580 Burlington, NJ
Glasdon, Inc.
Kitchener, ON brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com 609-386-8770 Fax: 609-386-8438
Sandston, VA
Canada www.greenerplanetsystems.com mkt@ipcol.com
855-874-5273 804-726-3777 Fax: 804-726-3778
519-342-3177 www.ipcol.com
inquiries@glasdon.com LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc.
www.us.glasdon.com sales@deeptrekker.com North Kingstown, RI
www.deeptrekker.com
Greener Planet Systems Ad on page 93
401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108
adox@lanxess.com
Maintenance/Operations
Monroe, IA
888-669-1787 517-719-2580 Emerson / Rosemount www.lanxess.com Services
brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com Shakopee, MN Park Process
www.greenerplanetsystems.com 800-854-8257 952-906-8888 Houston, TX
liquid.csc@emerson.com 855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254
www.rosemount.com rcaughman@parkprocess.com
FCI - Fluid Components International www.parkprocess.com
Aqua Operations, Inc.
San Marcos, CA Ad on page 116
Bakersfield, CA
In-Pipe Technology 800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250 Proco Products, Inc. 888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861
Wood Dale, IL eflow@fluidcomponents.com Stockton, CA childerbrand@aquaoperations.com
888-325-5033 630-509-2488 Fax: 630-509-2490 www.fluidcomponents.com 800-344-3246 209-943-6088 Fax: 209-943-0242 www.aquaoperations.com
jwilliams@in-pipe.com Hawk Measurement sales@procoproducts.com
www.in-pipe.com Lawrence, MA www.procoproducts.com
LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc. 888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462 RWL Water
info@hawkmeasure.com Endress+Hauser
North Kingstown, RI Golden Valley, MN Greenwood, IN
401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108 www.hawkmeasure.com 800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408 888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498
adox@lanxess.com Lutz-JESCO America Corp. info@rwlwater.com info@us.endress.com
www.lanxess.com Rochester, NY www.rwlwater.com www.us.endress.com
Mud Cat, Division of Ellicott Dredge Technologies 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 Sewer Shield Composite LLC
mail@jescoamerica.com F & V Operations and Resource Management
New Richmond, WI Mesa, AZ Grand Rapids, MI
866-467-4010 913-642-5100 Fax: 913-642-5119 www.lutzjescoamerica.com 480-830-9537 888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005
sales@mudcatdredge.com Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc. info@sewershieldcomposites.com bselover@fv-operations.com
www.mudcatdredge.com Corona, CA www.sewershieldcomposites.com www.fv-operations.com
RWL Water 877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111
sales@4peabody.com
Golden Valley, MN
800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408 www.4peabody.com Manhole Rehabilitation
info@rwlwater.com Praxair, Inc. Smith & Loveless, Inc. Environmental Coatings LLC
www.rwlwater.com Burr Ridge, IL Lenexa, KS Mesa, AZ
SRS Crisafulli, Inc. 800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508 800-898-9122 913-888-5201 480-984-7608
Glendive, MT info@praxair.com answers@smithandloveless.com info@sewershield.com
800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088 www.praxair.com/wastewater www.smithandloveless.com www.sewershield.com
srsc@crisafulli.com RKI Instruments, Inc. Sunbelt Rentals JPCI Services
www.crisafullipumps.com Union City, CA Fort Mill, SC Mesa, AZ
800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650 800-736-2504 480-986-1212
orders@rkiinstruments.com www.sunbeltrentals.com info@jpciservices.com
www.rkiinstruments.com Ad on page 27 www.jpciservices.com
Triplepoint Environmental Sierra Instruments, Inc. U.S. Water Services Corporation Sewer Shield Composite LLC
Oak Park, IL Monterey, CA New Port Richey, FL Mesa, AZ
800-654-9307 Fax: 312-957-4712 800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402 866-753-8292 515-269-2336 Fax: 727-848-7701 480-830-9537
info@triplepointwater.com info@sierrainstruments.com info@uswatercorp.net info@sewershieldcomposites.com
www.tpev.com www.sierrainstruments.com www.uswatercorp.com www.sewershieldcomposites.com

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MBBR/IFAS
Headworks International, Inc.
Houston, TX Smith & Loveless, Inc.
713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999 Lenexa, KS
hw@headworksintl.com 800-898-9122 913-888-5201
www.headworksintl.com answers@smithandloveless.com
www.smithandloveless.com

Membrane Bioreactors
(MBR) Membranes -
Microfiltration
Alfa Laval Inc.
Richmond, VA Graver Technologies
866-253-2528 Glasgow, DE
customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com 302-731-1700 Fax: 302-369-0938
www.alfalaval.us info@gravertech.com
www.gravertech.com
Aqua Operations, Inc.
Bakersfield, CA
888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861
childerbrand@aquaoperations.com
Membranes - Ultrafiltration
www.aquaoperations.com
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
Loves Park, IL
800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508
solutions@aqua-aerobic.com
www.aqua-aerobic.com
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
Ad on page 11
Loves Park, IL
Bio-Microbics, Inc. 800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508
Shawnee, KS solutions@aqua-aerobic.com
800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808 www.aqua-aerobic.com
sales@biomicrobics.com Ad on page 11
www.biomicrobics.com
International Products Corporation
FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX
Enterprise Specialty Products Burlington, NJ
Laurens, SC 609-386-8770 Fax: 609-386-8438
864-984-7700 Fax: 864-984-2241 mkt@ipcol.com
www.enterprisesp.com www.ipcol.com
Evoqua Water Technologies LLC WesTech Engineering
Warrendale, PA Salt Lake City, UT
800-466-7873 724-772-0044 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080
municipalmarketing@evoqua.com info@westech-inc.com
www.evoqua.com www.westech-inc.com
Huber Technology, Inc.
Huntersville, NC
704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020
Meters
marketing@hhusa.net Blue-White Industries
www.huberforum.net Huntington Beach, CA
Ad on page 9 714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492
sales@blue-white.com
www.blue-white.com
Ad on page 2
Ovivo USA, LLC Cla-Val
Austin, TX Costa Mesa, CA
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 800-942-6326 949-722-4800 Fax: 949-574-5703
info.us@ovivowater.com info@cla-val.com
www.ovivowater.com www.cla-val.com

Premier Tech Aqua Delta M Corporation


Riviere-du-Loup, QC
Oak Ridge, TN
Canada
800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142
800-632-6356 418-867-8883 Fax: 418-862-6642
sales@deltamcorp.com
pta@premiertech.com
www.deltamcorp.com
www.premiertechaqua.com
ElectroSwitch Corporation
Weymouth, MA
781-335-5200
info@electroswitch.com
www.electroswitch.com

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Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC
Loves Park, IL Midvale, UT
Endress+Hauser 800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508 888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989
Greenwood, IN solutions@aqua-aerobic.com treyburn@rebuild-it.com Delta M Corporation
888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498 www.aqua-aerobic.com www.rebuild-it.com Oak Ridge, TN
info@us.endress.com Ad on page 11 800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142
RWL Water
www.us.endress.com AQUATURBO SYSTEMS, Inc. Golden Valley, MN sales@deltamcorp.com
Springdale, AR 800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408 www.deltamcorp.com
FCI - Fluid Components International
San Marcos, CA 479-927-1300 Fax: 479-927-0700 info@rwlwater.com ElectroSwitch Corporation
800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250 ats@aquaturbo.com www.rwlwater.com Weymouth, MA
eflow@fluidcomponents.com www.aquaturbousa.com 781-335-5200
Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc.
www.fluidcomponents.com Bradley Innovation Group Meriden, CT info@electroswitch.com
Indianapolis, IN 800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 www.electroswitch.com
Hach
Loveland, CO 317-726-6615 info.abs.usa@sulzer.com Emerson / Rosemount
800-227-4224 970-669-3050 sales@big-h2o.com www.sulzer.com Shakopee, MN
orders@hach.com www.big-h2o.com 800-854-8257 952-906-8888
Vaughan Company, Inc.
www.hach.com Fluidyne Corporation Montesano, WA liquid.csc@emerson.com
Ad on page 5 Cedar Falls, IA 888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155 www.rosemount.com
Hawk Measurement 319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034 info@chopperpumps.com Emerson Automation Solutions
Lawrence, MA fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com www.chopperpumps.com Pittsburgh, PA
888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462 www.fluidynecorp.com Ad on page 120 800-445-9723 412-963-4000
info@hawkmeasure.com JDV Equipment Corporation powerwater@emerson.com
www.emerson.com/water
www.hawkmeasure.com Dover, NJ
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
Moisture Analyzers
LaMotte Company EnviroSuite
Chestertown, MD sales@jdvequipment.com MoistTech Corp. Burlingame, CA
800-344-3100 410-778-3100 Fax: 410-778-6394 www.jdvequipment.com 1199 Tallevast Rd. 424-335-1331
mkt@lamotte.com Ad on page 83 Sarasota, FL 34243 inquiries@envirosuite.com
www.lamotte.com 941-351-7870 www.envirosuite.com
KSB, Inc.
Henrico, VA www.moisttech.com FCI - Fluid Components International
McCrometer Inc.
Hemet, CA 800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961 San Marcos, CA
800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078
customerservice@mccrometer.com
sales@ksbusa.com
www.ksbusa.com
Monitoring Equipment 800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250
eflow@fluidcomponents.com
www.mccrometer.com Analytical Technology, Inc. www.fluidcomponents.com
Kuhn North America, Inc.
Red Meters Brodhead, WI Collegeville, PA Force Flow
Orlando, FL 608-897-2131 Fax: 608-897-2561 800-959-0299 610-917-0991 Fax: 610-917-0992 Concord, CA
407-337-0110 chris.searles@kuhn.com sales@analyticaltechnology.com 800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713
hello@redmeters.com www.kuhnnorthamerica.com www.analyticaltechnology.com info@forceflow.com
www.redmeters.com Ad on page 8 Ad on page 118 www.forceflow.com
Ad on page 116 ASA Analytics Ad on page 89
Ovivo USA, LLC
Sierra Instruments, Inc. Austin, TX Waukesha, WI Hawk Measurement
Monterey, CA 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 262-717-9500 Fax: 262-717-9530 Lawrence, MA
800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402 info.us@ovivowater.com info@chemscan.com 888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462
info@sierrainstruments.com www.ovivowater.com www.asaanalytics.com info@hawkmeasure.com
www.sierrainstruments.com BinMaster Level Controls www.hawkmeasure.com
Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand
Sure Flow Products, LLC King of Prussia, PA Lincoln, NE Howden Roots
Wixom, MI 800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637 800-278-4241 402-434-9102 Fax: 402-434-9133 Connersville, IN
248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568 info@philagear.com info@binmaster.com 800-557-6687 765-827-9200 Fax: 765-827-9317
sales@sureflowproducts.com www.philagear.com www.binmaster.com connersville.customercare@howden.com
www.flowmetersource.com Ad on page 117 www.howdenroots.com
Pick Heaters, Inc.
Van London Co. West Bend, WI CHEMetrics, Inc. Industrial Scientific
Houston, TX 262-338-1191 Fax: 262-338-8489 Midland, VA Pittsburgh, PA
800-522-7920 832-456-6641 Fax: 832-456-6642 info1@pickheaters.com 800-356-3072 540-788-9026 Fax: 540-788-4856 412-788-4353 Fax: 412-788-8353
anna@vanlondon.com www.pickheaters.com sales@chemetrics.com info@indsci.com
www.vanlondon.com www.chemetrics.com www.indsci.com
Praxair, Inc.
Burr Ridge, IL Data Flow Systems, Inc. IWAKI America
Mixers 800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508
info@praxair.com
Melbourne, FL
321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006
Holliston, MA
508-429-1440
www.praxair.com/wastewater info@dataflowsys.com info@iwakiamerica.com
Aeration Industries International
www.dataflowsys.com www.iwakiamerica.com
Chaska, MN ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc.
800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293 Pittsburgh, PA Deep Trekker Inc. Keller America Inc.
aii@aireo2.com 412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704 Kitchener, ON Newport News, VA
www.aireo2.com sales@prominent.us Canada 877-253-5537 757-596-6680 Fax: 757-596-6659
www.prominent.us 519-342-3177 sales@kelleramerica.com
Airmaster Aerator LLC
sales@deeptrekker.com www.kelleramerica.com
DeRidder, LA Pulsed Hydraulics, Inc. www.deeptrekker.com
888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119 Oroville, WA Ad on page 7
deanc@airmasteraerator.com Ad on page 93
800-641-1726 425-785-3225
www.airmasteraerator.com info@phiwater.com
Ad on page 4 www.phiwater.com
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LaMotte Company Sunbelt Rentals
Chestertown, MD Fort Mill, SC
800-344-3100 410-778-3100 Fax: 410-778-6394 800-736-2504
mkt@lamotte.com www.sunbeltrentals.com
www.lamotte.com Ad on page 27
McCrometer Inc. Sure Flow Products, LLC
Hemet, CA Wixom, MI
800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078 248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568
customerservice@mccrometer.com sales@sureflowproducts.com Hot and Cold Trailer Models
www.mccrometer.com www.flowmetersource.com Up to 7000 psi
MoistTech Corp. Trihedral Engineering Limited Flows up to 40 gpm
Sarasota, FL Bedford, NS Powered Reels
941-351-7870 Canada Diesel Powered Models
www.moisttech.com/ 800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369
pcooke@trihedral.com
www.trihedral.com

Myron L Company Skid and truck mount


Carlsbad, CA models up to 7000 psi
760-438-2021 Fax: 760-931-9189
info@myronl.com
www.myronl.com
Ad on page 57
Portable Hot
Nasco Whirl-Pak and Cold Water
Fort Atkinson, WI
800-558-9595 920-568-5578 Fax: 920-568-5778 Weidmuller Diesel Powered Models
info@enasco.com Richmond, VA
www.enasco.com/whirlpak 800-849-9343 Fax: 804-379-2593
Ad on page 117 info@weidmuller.com We will custom build to your specifications
www.weidmuller.com
Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc.
Corona, CA
www.camspray.com 800-648-5011
877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111 Motors & Motor Controls FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX
sales@4peabody.com
www.4peabody.com Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand
King of Prussia, PA
Phoenix Contact
Middletown, PA
800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637
info@philagear.com
EnviroDisc
800-888-7388 717-944-1300
info@phoenixcon.com
www.philagear.com Rotating Biological Contactor
www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home Phoenix Contact
PMC Engineering Middletown, PA Lowest Installed Energy
Danbury, CT
800-888-7388 717-944-1300 For the Right Process
info@phoenixcon.com
203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051
www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home
sales@pmc1.com
www.pmc1.com Ronk Electrical
PRIMEX Nokomis, IL
Detroit Lakes, MN 800-221-7665 217-563-8333 Fax: 217-563-8336
888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617 sales@ronkelectrical.com
info@primexcontrols.com www.ronkelectrical.com
www.primexcontrols.com Ad on page 116

RKI Instruments, Inc. Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC


Union City, CA Wildwood, MO
800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650 636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509
orders@rkiinstruments.com dnokes@setodorcontrol.com
www.rkiinstruments.com www.setodorcontrol.com

Sensaphone WEG Electric Corp


Aston, PA Duluth, GA
800-275-4934 Low Energy, Low Maintenance.
877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222
contact@sensaphone.com info-us@weg.net Longest Successful Operating History of any
www.sensaphone.com www.weg.net/us RBC manufactured today.
Used for Municipal, Industrial and Land
Sierra Instruments, Inc. Development Applications.
Monterey, CA Nutrient Removal
800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402
info@sierrainstruments.com Aeration Industries International
www.sierrainstruments.com Chaska, MN
800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293
aii@aireo2.com
Walker Process Equipment
www.aireo2.com www.walker-process.com

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Airmaster Aerator LLC Headworks International, Inc. Aeration Industries International Evoqua Water Technologies LLC
DeRidder, LA Houston, TX Chaska, MN Warrendale, PA
888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119 713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999 800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293 800-466-7873 724-772-0044
deanc@airmasteraerator.com hw@headworksintl.com aii@aireo2.com municipalmarketing@evoqua.com
www.airmasteraerator.com www.headworksintl.com www.aireo2.com www.evoqua.com
Ad on page 4
Ovivo USA, LLC Airmaster Aerator LLC Fibergrate Composite Structures
Aqua Operations, Inc. Austin, TX DeRidder, LA Dallas, TX
Bakersfield, CA 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119 800-527-4043 972-250-1633 Fax: 972-250-1530
888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861 info.us@ovivowater.com deanc@airmasteraerator.com info@fibergrate.com
childerbrand@aquaoperations.com www.ovivowater.com www.airmasteraerator.com www.fibergrate.com
www.aquaoperations.com Ad on page 4
Parkson Corporation Ford Hall Company, Inc.
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale, FL Richmond, KY
Loves Park, IL 888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 859-624-1077 Fax: 859-624-3320
800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508 technology@parkson.com sperry@fordhall.com
solutions@aqua-aerobic.com www.parkson.com www.weir-wolf.com
www.aqua-aerobic.com Anue Water Technologies, Inc. Ad on page 79
Oceanside, CA
Ad on page 11
760-727-2683
ASA Analytics info@anuewater.com
Waukesha, WI PRD Tech, Inc. www.anuewater.com
262-717-9500 Fax: 262-717-9530 Cincinnati, OH
info@chemscan.com 513-673-3583
rgovind837@aol.com BCR Environmental Corporation
www.asaanalytics.com Jacksonville, FL
www.prdtechinc.com Geomembrane Technologies Inc.
BCR Environmental Corporation 904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828 Fredericton, NB
Jacksonville, FL marketing@bcrenv.com Canada
RWL Water
904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828 www.bcrenv.com 855-484-4630 506-452-7304 Fax: 506-452-6625
Golden Valley, MN
marketing@bcrenv.com 800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408 BioAir Solutions LLC covers@gticovers.com
www.bcrenv.com info@rwlwater.com Voorhees, NJ www.gticovers.com
CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corp. www.rwlwater.com 856-258-6969 Fax: 856-258-6975 GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS
Kenosha, WI cwest@bioairsolutions.com Beaverton, OR
Schwing Bioset, Inc.
262-764-3651 Fax: 262-764-8705 www.bioairsolutions.com 866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293
Somerset, WI
info@cnp-tec.com 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438 Bionetix International brentgill@gilltrading.com
www.cnp-tec.com marketing@schwingbioset.com Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC www.gilltrading.com
Ad on page 85 www.schwingbioset.com Canada Greener Planet Systems
Environetics, Inc. 514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589 Monroe, IA
Triplepoint Environmental
Lockport, IL info@bionetix.ca 888-669-1787 517-719-2580
Oak Park, IL
815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336 www.bionetix-international.com brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com
800-654-9307 Fax: 312-957-4712
info@environeticsinc.com info@triplepointwater.com www.greenerplanetsystems.com
www.environeticsinc.com www.tpev.com HEMCO Corporation
Evoqua Water Technologies LLC BOHN BIOFILTER Independence, MO
Warrendale, PA USALCO, LLC Tucson, AZ 800-779-4362 816-796-2900 Fax: 816-796-3333
800-466-7873 724-772-0044 Baltimore, MD 520-624-4644 info@hemcocorp.com
municipalmarketing@evoqua.com 800-882-3883 410-918-2230 info@bohnbiofilter.com www.hemcocorp.com
www.evoqua.com ctesone@usalco.com www.bohnbiofilter.com Ad on page 117
www.usalco.com
Fluidyne Corporation Ad on page 81 Byo-Gon, Inc. Hydrite Chemical Co.
Cedar Falls, IA Charleston, SC Brookfield, WI
319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034 888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318 262-792-1450
fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com USP Technologies (US Peroxide) info@byogon.com marketing@hydrite.com
www.fluidynecorp.com Atlanta, GA www.byogon.com www.hydrite.com
877-346-4262 404-352-6070 Fax: 404-352-6077 Ad on page 117
Ford Hall Company, Inc. info@usptechnologies.com
Richmond, KY www.usptechnologies.com CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc.
859-624-1077 Fax: 859-624-3320 Circleville, OH
sperry@fordhall.com 800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656
www.weir-wolf.com Odor Control Products/ info@ceicompanies.com In-Pipe Technology
Ad on page 79
Equipment www.ceifiltration.com Wood Dale, IL
888-325-5033 630-509-2488 Fax: 630-509-2490
CST Industries, Inc.
Activated Carbon Services - PACS jwilliams@in-pipe.com
Kansas City, MT
Coraopolis, PA www.in-pipe.com
GEA Group 913-621-3700
Northvale, NJ 800-367-2587 724-457-6576 sales@cstindustries.com
800-722-6622 201-767-3900 Fax: 201-767-3901 henry@pacslabs.com www.cstindustries.com
info.wsus@gea.com www.pacslabs.com
Environetics, Inc.
www.gea.com AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC Lockport, IL Indusco Environmental Services, Inc.
Duluth, GA 815-838-8331 Fax: 815-838-8336 Spanish Fort, AL
Hach 251-621-2338
866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057 info@environeticsinc.com
Loveland, CO
sales@adedgetechnologies.com www.environeticsinc.com sales@induscoenviro.com
800-227-4224 970-669-3050
www.adedgetech.com www.induscoenviro.com
orders@hach.com EnviroSuite
www.hach.com Ad on page 25
Burlingame, CA
Ad on page 5 424-335-1331
inquiries@envirosuite.com
www.envirosuite.com

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JDV Equipment Corporation Simple Solutions Distributing


Dover, NJ West Milford, NJ
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 866-667-8465 973-846-7817 Fax: 973-858-0219
sales@jdvequipment.com sales@industrialodorcontrol.com
www.jdvequipment.com www.IndustrialOdorControl.com
Ad on page 83 Ad on page 116
KCH Engineered Systems USP Technologies (US Peroxide)
Forest City, NC Atlanta, GA
828-245-9836 877-346-4262 404-352-6070 Fax: 404-352-6077
khankinson@kchservices.com info@usptechnologies.com
www.kchservices.com www.usptechnologies.com
LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc. VaraCorp LLC
North Kingstown, RI Wimberley, TX
401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108 800-801-6685 512-847-5026 Fax: 866-611-6703
adox@lanxess.com info@varacorp.com
www.lanxess.com www.varacorp.com
NEFCO Systems, Inc. Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Palm Beach Gardens, FL Wilmington, MA
561-775-9303 Fax: 561-775-6043 800-282-8823 978-658-6168 Fax: 978-658-0041
sales@nefco.us support@wmpg.us
www.nefco.us www.watson-marlow.com
Ad on page 53
OMI Industries
Long Grove, IL
800-662-6367 Fax: 847-304-0989
www.omi-industries.com
Onsite Generation -
Cl2 + NaOCl
Electrolytic Technologies LLC
North Miami Beach, FL
Oxbow Activated Carbon LLC 305-655-2755 Fax: 305-655-2669
Oceanside, CA info@electrolytictech.com
760-630-5724 Fax: 760-630-9930 www.electrolytictech.com
sales@oxbowactivatedcarbon.com Ad on page 116
www.oxbowactivatedcarbon.com
FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX
Paxxo
Newnan, GA Oxidation Ditches
770-502-0055 Fax: 770-502-0088
chris.pettigrew@paxxo.com
Aeration Industries International
Chaska, MN
www.paxxo.com
800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293
Permastore aii@aireo2.com
Suffolk www.aireo2.com
England
011 44 1379870723 Airmaster Aerator LLC
sales@permastore.com DeRidder, LA
www.permastore.com 888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119
deanc@airmasteraerator.com
Praxair, Inc. www.airmasteraerator.com
Burr Ridge, IL Ad on page 4
800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508
info@praxair.com Aqua Operations, Inc.
www.praxair.com/wastewater Bakersfield, CA
888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861
Proco Products, Inc. childerbrand@aquaoperations.com
Stockton, CA www.aquaoperations.com
800-344-3246 209-943-6088 Fax: 209-943-0242
sales@procoproducts.com Evoqua Water Technologies LLC
www.procoproducts.com Warrendale, PA
800-466-7873 724-772-0044
Pulsed Hydraulics, Inc. municipalmarketing@evoqua.com
Oroville, WA www.evoqua.com
800-641-1726 425-785-3225
info@phiwater.com F & V Operations and Resource Management
www.phiwater.com Grand Rapids, MI
888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005
Ad on page 116
bselover@fv-operations.com
Sierra Environmental Technologies, LLC www.fv-operations.com
Wildwood, MO
636-273-5189 Fax: 636-273-4509
Fluidyne Corporation
Cedar Falls, IA
dnokes@setodorcontrol.com
319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034
www.setodorcontrol.com
fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com
www.fluidynecorp.com

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RWL Water U.S. Submergent Technologies LLC
Golden Valley, MN Sarasota, FL
800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408 844-765-7866 941-444-1440 Fax: 941-219-3080
info@rwlwater.com info@ussubmergent.com Anue Water Technologies, Inc.
Lakeside Equipment Corporation www.rwlwater.com www.ussubmergent.com Oceanside, CA
Bartlett, IL 760-727-2683
630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647 info@anuewater.com
sales@lakeside-equipment.com Pest Control Polymers www.anuewater.com
www.lakeside-equipment.com
Ad on page 3 Aqua Operations, Inc. ASA Analytics
Bakersfield, CA Waukesha, WI
888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861 262-717-9500 Fax: 262-717-9530
Central Life Sciences childerbrand@aquaoperations.com info@chemscan.com
Schaumburg, IL www.aquaoperations.com www.asaanalytics.com
Ovivo USA, LLC 800-367-0659
Austin, TX Boerger, LLC
conrel@central.com
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 Chanhassen, MN
www.strikeproducts.com
info.us@ovivowater.com 612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301 Blue-White Industries
Ad on page 17 america@boerger.com
www.ovivowater.com Huntington Beach, CA
www.boerger.com 714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492
RWL Water
Golden Valley, MN
Phase Converters Ad on page 55 sales@blue-white.com
www.blue-white.com
800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408 Charter Machine Company
Ronk Electrical Metuchen, NJ Ad on page 2
info@rwlwater.com
Nokomis, IL 732-548-4400
www.rwlwater.com
800-221-7665 217-563-8333 Fax: 217-563-8336 walterk@chartermachine.com
sales@ronkelectrical.com www.chartermachine.com
www.ronkelectrical.com
Ad on page 116 Hawkins Water Treatment Group
WesTech Engineering Roseville, MN Emerson Automation Solutions
Salt Lake City, UT 800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304 Pittsburgh, PA
801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080 Pipe laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
www.hawkinsinc.com
800-445-9723 412-963-4000
powerwater@emerson.com
info@westech-inc.com
www.westech-inc.com Agru America, Inc. www.emerson.com/water
Hydrite Chemical Co.
Georgetown, SC Brookfield, WI
800-373-2478 843-546-0600 Fax: 843-527-2738
Ozonation Equipment/ salesmkg@agruamerica.com
262-792-1450
marketing@hydrite.com Endress+Hauser
Systems www.agruamerica.com www.hydrite.com Greenwood, IN
Asahi/America, Inc. Rhino Linings Corporation 888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498
Lawrence, MA San Deigo, CA info@us.endress.com
800-343-3618 781-321-5409 Fax: 800-787-6861 800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881 www.us.endress.com
asahi@asahi-america.com sales@rhinolinings.com
www.asahi-america.com FCI - Fluid Components International
Anue Water Technologies, Inc. www.rhinolinings.com San Marcos, CA
Oceanside, CA Rain for Rent Ad on page 19 800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250
760-727-2683 Bakersfield, CA eflow@fluidcomponents.com
info@anuewater.com Trident Processes LLC
800-742-7246 661-399-9124 www.fluidcomponents.com
www.anuewater.com Sumas, WA
info@rainforrent.com
www.rainforrent.com
800-799-3740 604-330-2500 Ford Hall Company, Inc.
info@tridentprocesses.com Richmond, KY
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. Sunbelt Rentals www.tridentprocesses.com 859-624-1077 Fax: 859-624-3320
Loves Park, IL Fort Mill, SC sperry@fordhall.com
800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508 800-736-2504 www.weir-wolf.com
solutions@aqua-aerobic.com www.sunbeltrentals.com Pressure Washers Ad on page 79
www.aqua-aerobic.com
Ad on page 11
Ad on page 27 and Sprayers
Praxair, Inc.
Burr Ridge, IL
Pipe Cleaning/Inspection Cam Spray
Iowa Falls, IA
800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508 800-648-5011 641-648-5011 Fax: 641-648-5013
info@praxair.com
Deep Trekker Inc. sales@camspray.com
Kitchener, ON Hach
www.praxair.com/wastewater www.camspray.com
Canada Loveland, CO
Ad on page 87
519-342-3177 800-227-4224 970-669-3050
Package Treatment Plants sales@deeptrekker.com orders@hach.com
www.deeptrekker.com
Ad on page 93
Process Control Equipment www.hach.com
Ad on page 5
Alfa Laval Inc.
Richmond, VA Mud Cat, Division of Ellicott Dredge Technologies AMETEK Drexelbrook Hawk Measurement
866-253-2528 New Richmond, WI Horsham, PA Lawrence, MA
customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com 866-467-4010 913-642-5100 Fax: 913-642-5119 215-674-1234 Fax: 215-674-2731 888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462
www.alfalaval.us sales@mudcatdredge.com drexelbrook.info@ametek.com info@hawkmeasure.com
www.mudcatdredge.com www.drexelbrook.com www.hawkmeasure.com
Electrolytic Technologies LLC
North Miami Beach, FL Praxair, Inc. Hydromantis Environmental
305-655-2755 Fax: 305-655-2669 Burr Ridge, IL Software Solutions, Inc.
info@electrolytictech.com 800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508 Hamilton, ON Canada
www.electrolytictech.com info@praxair.com 905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031
Ad on page 116 www.praxair.com/wastewater info@hydromantis.com
www.hydromantis.com

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Lutz-JESCO America Corp.


Rochester, NY
800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025
mail@jescoamerica.com
www.lutzjescoamerica.com Varec Biogas
McCrometer Inc. Huntington Beach, CA
Hemet, CA 866-424-6427 Fax: 714-952-2701
800-220-2279 951-652-6811 Fax: 951-652-3078 info@varec-biogas.com
customerservice@mccrometer.com www.varec-biogas.com
www.mccrometer.com
MoistTech Corp.
Sarasota, FL Programmable Logic
941-351-7870
www.moisttech.com/
Controllers/Timers
Ovivo USA, LLC AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC
Austin, TX Duluth, GA
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057
info.us@ovivowater.com sales@adedgetechnologies.com
www.ovivowater.com www.adedgetech.com
Ad on page 25
Phoenix Contact
Middletown, PA Phoenix Contact
800-888-7388 717-944-1300 Middletown, PA
info@phoenixcon.com 800-888-7388 717-944-1300
www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home info@phoenixcon.com
www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home
PMC Engineering
Danbury, CT
203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051 Pump Controls
sales@pmc1.com
www.pmc1.com AMETEK Drexelbrook
Horsham, PA
PolyScience
215-674-1234 Fax: 215-674-2731
Niles, IL
drexelbrook.info@ametek.com
800-229-7569 847-647-0611 Fax: 847-647-1155
www.drexelbrook.com
sales@polyscience.com FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX
www.polyscience.com Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems
Virginia Beach, VA
Praxair, Inc.
800-872-7867 757-463-7800 Fax: 757-463-7407
Burr Ridge, IL
marketing@buschusa.com
800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508
www.buschusa.com
info@praxair.com
www.praxair.com/wastewater Crane Pumps & Systems
Piqua, OH
Pulsafeeder, Inc.
937-778-8947 Fax: 937-773-7157
Punta Gorda, FL
cranepumps@cranepumps.com
800-333-6677 941-575-3800 Fax: 941-575-4085
www.cranepumps.com
ppgspotech@idexcorp.com
www.pulsatron.com Data Flow Systems, Inc.
Melbourne, FL
Sensorex
321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006
Garden Grove, CA
info@dataflowsys.com
800-835-4344 714-895-4344
www.dataflowsys.com
sales@sensorex.com
www.sensorex.com EBARA Fluid Handling
Rock Hill, SC
Sierra Instruments, Inc.
803-327-5005 Fax: 803-327-5097
Monterey, CA
sales@pumpsebara.com
800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402
www.pumpsebara.com
info@sierrainstruments.com
www.sierrainstruments.com Emerson Automation Solutions
Pittsburgh, PA
Sure Flow Products, LLC
800-445-9723 412-963-4000
Wixom, MI
powerwater@emerson.com
248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568
www.emerson.com/water
sales@sureflowproducts.com
www.flowmetersource.com Gardner Denver Inc.
Trihedral Engineering Limited Quincy, IL
Bedford, NS 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780
Canada www.gardnerdenver.com/gdproducts
800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369 Ad on page 61
pcooke@trihedral.com Gorman-Rupp Company
www.trihedral.com Mansfield, OH
419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251
grsales@gormanrupp.com
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Harwil Corp. SEEPEX Inc. Hawkins Water Treatment Group
Oxnard, CA
805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804
Enon, OH
937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157
Roseville, MN
800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304 WEMCO
sales@harwil.com sales.us@seepex.com laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO)
www.harwil.com www.seepex.com www.hawkinsinc.com Salt Lake City, UT
Ad on page 71 801-359-8731 Fax: 801-530-7828
IWAKI America wemco@mail.weir
Holliston, MA Sensaphone www.global.weir
508-429-1440 Aston, PA
info@iwakiamerica.com 877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222
Komline-Sanderson
www.iwakiamerica.com contact@sensaphone.com
Peapack, NJ
800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487 Pumps - Alignment/
www.sensaphone.com
Smith & Loveless, Inc.
info@komline.com
www.komline.com
Vibration
Lenexa, KS Ad on page 69
Komline-Sanderson 800-898-9122 913-888-5201
Peapack, NJ
answers@smithandloveless.com KSB, Inc.
800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487 Henrico, VA
www.smithandloveless.com
info@komline.com 800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961 Proco Products, Inc.
www.komline.com Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. sales@ksbusa.com Stockton, CA
Ad on page 69 Meriden, CT www.ksbusa.com 800-344-3246 209-943-6088 Fax: 209-943-0242
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 sales@procoproducts.com
KSB, Inc. info.abs.usa@sulzer.com Lutz-JESCO America Corp. www.procoproducts.com
Henrico, VA www.sulzer.com Rochester, NY
800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 Wastecorp Pumps
sales@ksbusa.com Wastecorp Pumps mail@jescoamerica.com Grand Island, New York
www.ksbusa.com Grand Island, New York www.lutzjescoamerica.com 888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320 info@wastecorp.com
Lutz-JESCO America Corp. info@wastecorp.com NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC www.wastecorp.com
Rochester, NY www.wastecorp.com Exton, PA
800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971
mail@jescoamerica.com
www.lutzjescoamerica.com
Zoeller Pump Company
Louisville, KY
npa@netzsch.com
www.pumps.netzsch.com
Pumps - Archimedes/
NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC
800-928-7867 502-778-2731
Philadelphia Gear - A Timken Brand
Screw
www.zoeller.com
Exton, PA King of Prussia, PA Hidrostal Pumps
610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971 800-766-5120 610-265-3000 Fax: 610-337-5637 Aurora, IL
npa@netzsch.com
www.pumps.netzsch.com
Pump Parts/Supplies/ info@philagear.com
www.philagear.com
630-948-3355 Fax: 630-948-3353

Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc.


Service Pulsafeeder, Inc.
info@hidrostalpumps.com
www.hidrostalpumps.com
Corona, CA Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems Punta Gorda, FL JDV Equipment Corporation
877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111 Virginia Beach, VA 800-333-6677 941-575-3800 Fax: 941-575-4085 Dover, NJ
sales@4peabody.com 800-872-7867 757-463-7800 Fax: 757-463-7407 ppgspotech@idexcorp.com 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
www.4peabody.com marketing@buschusa.com www.pulsatron.com sales@jdvequipment.com
Phoenix Contact www.buschusa.com Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC www.jdvequipment.com
Middletown, PA Midvale, UT Ad on page 83
Crane Pumps & Systems
800-888-7388 717-944-1300 Piqua, OH 888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989
info@phoenixcon.com 937-778-8947 Fax: 937-773-7157 treyburn@rebuild-it.com
www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home cranepumps@cranepumps.com www.rebuild-it.com
www.cranepumps.com Smith & Loveless, Inc.
Lenexa, KS Lakeside Equipment Corporation
800-898-9122 913-888-5201 Bartlett, IL
PRIMEX answers@smithandloveless.com 630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647
Detroit Lakes, MN www.smithandloveless.com sales@lakeside-equipment.com
888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617 www.lakeside-equipment.com
Dragon Products, Ltd. SRS Crisafulli, Inc.
info@primexcontrols.com Ad on page 3
Beaumont, TX Glendive, MT
www.primexcontrols.com
800-231-8198 800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088
ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc. sales@modernusa.com srsc@crisafulli.com
Pittsburgh, PA www.dragonproductsltd.com www.crisafullipumps.com
412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704
Flowrox, Inc. Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc.
sales@prominent.us
Linthicum, MD Meriden, CT
www.prominent.us
410-636-2250 Fax: 410-636-9062 800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738
Pulsafeeder, Inc. sales-us@flowrox.com info.abs.usa@sulzer.com Ruthman Companies
Punta Gorda, FL www.flowrox.com www.sulzer.com Cincinnati, OH
800-333-6677 941-575-3800 Fax: 941-575-4085 859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248
Gardner Denver Inc. Wastecorp Pumps
ppgspotech@idexcorp.com www.gusher.com/contact-us
Quincy, IL Grand Island, New York
www.pulsatron.com www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies
866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780 888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320 Ad on page 37
Ronk Electrical www.gardnerdenver.com/gdproducts info@wastecorp.com
Nokomis, IL Ad on page 61 www.wastecorp.com
800-221-7665 217-563-8333 Fax: 217-563-8336
sales@ronkelectrical.com
Gorman-Rupp Company Wastewater Depot, LLC
Mansfield, OH Batavia, OH
www.ronkelectrical.com
419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251 513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485
Ad on page 116
grsales@gormanrupp.com info@wastewaterdepot.com
www.GRpumps.com www.wastewaterdepot.com

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Pumps - Centrifugal KSB, Inc.


Henrico, VA
Crane Pumps & Systems 800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961
Piqua, OH sales@ksbusa.com
937-778-8947 Fax: 937-773-7157 www.ksbusa.com
cranepumps@cranepumps.com Lutz-JESCO America Corp.
www.cranepumps.com Rochester, NY
800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025
mail@jescoamerica.com
www.lutzjescoamerica.com
Rain for Rent
Dragon Products, Ltd. Bakersfield, CA
Beaumont, TX 800-742-7246 661-399-9124
800-231-8198 info@rainforrent.com
sales@modernusa.com www.rainforrent.com
www.dragonproductsltd.com
Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies
EBARA Fluid Handling Carnegie, PA
Rock Hill, SC 412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878
803-327-5005 Fax: 803-327-5097 sales@redvalve.com
sales@pumpsebara.com www.redvalve.com
www.pumpsebara.com Ad on page 35
Gardner Denver Inc. Robuschi USA
Quincy, IL Quincy, IL
866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780
www.gardnerdenver.com/gdproducts www.gardnerdenver.com/robuschi/
Ad on page 61 Ad on page 119

Gorman-Rupp Company
Mansfield, OH
419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251 Ruthman Companies FREE INFO SEE ADVERTISER INDEX
grsales@gormanrupp.com Cincinnati, OH
www.GRpumps.com 859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248
www.gusher.com/contact-us
Hawkins Water Treatment Group www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies
Roseville, MN Ad on page 37
800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304
laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com Smith & Loveless, Inc.
www.hawkinsinc.com Lenexa, KS
800-898-9122 913-888-5201
Hidrostal Pumps answers@smithandloveless.com
Aurora, IL www.smithandloveless.com
630-948-3355 Fax: 630-948-3353
info@hidrostalpumps.com Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc.
www.hidrostalpumps.com Meriden, CT
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738
Hydra-Tech Pumps info.abs.usa@sulzer.com
Nesquehoning, PA www.sulzer.com
570-645-3779 Fax: 570-645-4061
htpump@hydra-tech.com Sunbelt Rentals
www.hydra-tech.com Fort Mill, SC
800-736-2504
IWAKI America www.sunbeltrentals.com
Holliston, MA Ad on page 27
508-429-1440
info@iwakiamerica.com Tapo
www.iwakiamerica.com S-442 34 Kunglv
Sweden
JDV Equipment Corporation 004630363390
Dover, NJ sales@tapflo.com
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 www.tapflo.com
sales@jdvequipment.com
www.jdvequipment.com Vaughan Company, Inc.
Ad on page 83 Montesano, WA
888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155
Kifco, Inc. info@chopperpumps.com
Havana, IL www.chopperpumps.com
800-452-7017 309-543-4425 Fax: 309-543-4945 Ad on page 120
sales@kifco.com
www.kifco.com
Ad on page 116

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Wastecorp Pumps
Grand Island, New York
Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc.
Corona, CA
SEEPEX Inc.
Enon, OH
Pumps - Dewatering/
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320 877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111 937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157 Bypass
info@wastecorp.com sales@4peabody.com sales.us@seepex.com
www.wastecorp.com www.4peabody.com www.seepex.com Crane Pumps & Systems
Ad on page 71 Piqua, OH
Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO) 937-778-8947 Fax: 937-773-7157
Salt Lake City, UT Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. cranepumps@cranepumps.com
801-359-8731 Fax: 801-530-7828 Meriden, CT
www.cranepumps.com
wemco@mail.weir 800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738
www.global.weir Penn Valley Pump Co., Inc. info.abs.usa@sulzer.com EBARA Fluid Handling
Warrington, PA www.sulzer.com Rock Hill, SC
Zoeller Pump Company 800-311-3311 215-343-8750 Fax: 215-343-8753 803-327-5005 Fax: 803-327-5097
Louisville, KY
info@pennvalleypump.com Vaughan Company, Inc. sales@pumpsebara.com
800-928-7867 502-778-2731 Montesano, WA
www.pennvalleypump.com www.pumpsebara.com
www.zoeller.com 888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155
Ad on page 41
info@chopperpumps.com Gardner Denver Inc.
ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc. www.chopperpumps.com Quincy, IL
Pumps - Chemical Feed Pittsburgh, PA Ad on page 120 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780
412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704 www.gardnerdenver.com/gdproducts
sales@prominent.us Wastecorp Pumps Ad on page 61
www.prominent.us Grand Island, New York
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320
Blue-White Industries Pulsafeeder, Inc. info@wastecorp.com
Huntington Beach, CA Punta Gorda, FL www.wastecorp.com
714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492 800-333-6677 941-575-3800 Fax: 941-575-4085
sales@blue-white.com
WEMCO
ppgspotech@idexcorp.com
www.blue-white.com www.pulsatron.com
Ad on page 2
Gorman-Rupp Company
SEEPEX Inc. Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO) Mansfield, OH
Boerger, LLC Enon, OH Salt Lake City, UT 419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251
Chanhassen, MN 937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157 801-359-8731 Fax: 801-530-7828 grsales@gormanrupp.com
612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301 sales.us@seepex.com wemco@mail.weir www.GRpumps.com
america@boerger.com www.seepex.com www.global.weir Hydra-Tech Pumps
www.boerger.com Ad on page 71 Nesquehoning, PA
Ad on page 55
Flowrox, Inc.
Wastecorp Pumps Pumps - Deep Well 570-645-3779 Fax: 570-645-4061
htpump@hydra-tech.com
Grand Island, New York
Linthicum, MD www.hydra-tech.com
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320 Kifco, Inc.
410-636-2250 Fax: 410-636-9062 info@wastecorp.com Havana, IL
sales-us@flowrox.com www.wastecorp.com 800-452-7017 309-543-4425 Fax: 309-543-4945
www.flowrox.com sales@kifco.com
Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group Komline-Sanderson
Harwil Corp. www.kifco.com
Wilmington, MA Peapack, NJ
Oxnard, CA 800-282-8823 978-658-6168 Fax: 978-658-0041 Ad on page 116
800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487
805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804 support@wmpg.us
sales@harwil.com
KSB, Inc. info@komline.com
www.watson-marlow.com Henrico, VA www.komline.com
www.harwil.com
Ad on page 53 800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961 Ad on page 69
Hawkins Water Treatment Group sales@ksbusa.com
NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC
Roseville, MN www.ksbusa.com
800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304 Pumps - Chopper Exton, PA
610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971
laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
JDV Equipment Corporation npa@netzsch.com
www.hawkinsinc.com
Dover, NJ www.pumps.netzsch.com
Hayward Flow Control 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
Clemmons, NC sales@jdvequipment.com
888-429-4635 Fax: 888-778-8410 www.jdvequipment.com
hfcsales@hayward.com Ad on page 83
Ruthman Companies
www.haywardflowcontrol.com Cincinnati, OH
Ad on page 15 Kifco, Inc. 859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248
Havana, IL www.gusher.com/contact-us Rain for Rent
IWAKI America 800-452-7017 309-543-4425 Fax: 309-543-4945 www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies Bakersfield, CA
Holliston, MA sales@kifco.com Ad on page 37 800-742-7246 661-399-9124
508-429-1440 www.kifco.com info@rainforrent.com
info@iwakiamerica.com Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc.
Ad on page 116 www.rainforrent.com
www.iwakiamerica.com Meriden, CT
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 ScreenCo Systems LLC
Lutz-JESCO America Corp. info.abs.usa@sulzer.com Genesee, ID
Rochester, NY www.sulzer.com 208-790-8770
800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025
sales@screencosystems.com
mail@jescoamerica.com
www.screencosystems.com
www.lutzjescoamerica.com
Ad on page 116
NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC Ruthman Companies
Exton, PA
SRS Crisafulli, Inc.
Cincinnati, OH
Glendive, MT
610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971 859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248
800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088
npa@netzsch.com www.gusher.com/contact-us
srsc@crisafulli.com
www.pumps.netzsch.com www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies
www.crisafullipumps.com
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Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc.


Meriden, CT
ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA
Dependable, High Quality Blowers
Price Savings Unmatched By Others
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704
info.abs.usa@sulzer.com sales@prominent.us
www.sulzer.com www.prominent.us
Sunbelt Rentals Pulsafeeder, Inc.
Fort Mill, SC Punta Gorda, FL
800-736-2504 800-333-6677 941-575-3800 Fax: 941-575-4085
www.sunbeltrentals.com ppgspotech@idexcorp.com
Ad on page 27 www.pulsatron.com
Vaughan Company, Inc. Rain for Rent
Montesano, WA Bakersfield, CA
888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155 800-742-7246 661-399-9124
info@chopperpumps.com info@rainforrent.com
www.chopperpumps.com www.rainforrent.com
Ad on page 120 Ruthman Companies
Wastecorp Pumps Cincinnati, OH
859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248
Grand Island, New York
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320 www.gusher.com/contact-us MB and ZG Series Blowers ZZ Series Blowers
info@wastecorp.com www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies Duroflow and RAM/RCS Replacements Drop-in Replacement for Roots
www.wastecorp.com Ad on page 37 Bi-lobe and tri-lobe models URAI, Sutorbilt Legend and Tuthill
Sunbelt Rentals Competitor Models
Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO) Pressures to 15 PSIG
Salt Lake City, UT Fort Mill, SC Airflow to 5,000 CFM Pressures to 15 PSIG
801-359-8731 Fax: 801-530-7828 800-736-2504 Airflow to 2,350 CFM
wemco@mail.weir www.sunbeltrentals.com
www.global.weir Ad on page 27
Zoeller Pump Company Tapo
Louisville, KY S-442 34 Kunglv PO Box 4588, Wheaton, IL 60189
800-928-7867 502-778-2731 Sweden
www.zoeller.com 004630363390
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Grand Island, New York
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320
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Lutz-JESCO America Corp.
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800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025
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419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251
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Rain for Rent NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC Hayward Flow Control Hawkins Water Treatment Group
Bakersfield, CA Exton, PA Clemmons, NC Roseville, MN
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Smith & Loveless, Inc. Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. Lutz-JESCO America Corp.
Lenexa, KS Meriden, CT IWAKI America Rochester, NY
800-898-9122 913-888-5201 800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 Holliston, MA 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025
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Meriden, CT Montesano, WA Lutz-JESCO America Corp. Pittsburgh, PA
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155 Rochester, NY 412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704
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Sunbelt Rentals Pulsafeeder, Inc.
Fort Mill, SC Wastecorp Pumps NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC Punta Gorda, FL
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Vaughan Company, Inc. Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Montesano, WA Zoeller Pump Company Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc. Wilmington, MA
888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155 Louisville, KY Corona, CA 800-282-8823 978-658-6168 Fax: 978-658-0041
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Wastecorp Pumps Pumps - High Pressure ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc.
Grand Island, New York
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320
Pittsburgh, PA
412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704
Pumps - Piston
info@wastecorp.com sales@prominent.us
www.wastecorp.com www.prominent.us
Komline-Sanderson
Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO) Peapack, NJ Pulsafeeder, Inc. Komline-Sanderson
Salt Lake City, UT 800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487 Punta Gorda, FL Peapack, NJ
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KSB, Inc.
Louisville, KY Henrico, VA Enon, OH
800-928-7867 502-778-2731
www.zoeller.com
800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961
sales@ksbusa.com
937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157
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Pumps - Grinder/Sump Lutz-JESCO America Corp.
Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Vancouver, BC
Canada
Rochester, NY
Crane Pumps & Systems 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 Wilmington, MA 877-379-2253 604-535-2238
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EBARA Fluid Handling


Pumps - Metering Linthicum, MD
410-636-2250 Fax: 410-636-9062
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www.flowrox.com
803-327-5005 Fax: 803-327-5097
sales@pumpsebara.com Lutz-JESCO America Corp.
www.pumpsebara.com Blue-White Industries
Huntington Beach, CA Rochester, NY
Hidrostal Pumps 714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492 Blue-White Industries 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025
Aurora, IL sales@blue-white.com Huntington Beach, CA mail@jescoamerica.com
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www.hidrostalpumps.com www.blue-white.com Exton, PA
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Hydra-Tech Pumps 610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971
Linthicum, MD
Nesquehoning, PA Flowrox, Inc. npa@netzsch.com
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570-645-3779 Fax: 570-645-4061 Linthicum, MD www.pumps.netzsch.com
sales-us@flowrox.com
htpump@hydra-tech.com www.flowrox.com 410-636-2250 Fax: 410-636-9062 ScreenCo Systems LLC
www.hydra-tech.com sales-us@flowrox.com Genesee, ID
Hawkins Water Treatment Group www.flowrox.com
Milwaukee Rubber Products, Inc. 208-790-8770
Roseville, MN
Menomonee Falls, WI Gardner Denver Inc. sales@screencosystems.com
800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304
800-325-3730 262-781-7888 Fax: 262-781-1742 Quincy, IL www.screencosystems.com
laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
sales@milwaukeerubber.com www.hawkinsinc.com 866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780 Ad on page 116
www.milwaukeerubber.com www.gardnerdenver.com/gdproducts
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SEEPEX Inc. EBARA Fluid Handling Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group
Enon, OH Rock Hill, SC Carnegie, PA Wilmington, MA
937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157 803-327-5005 Fax: 803-327-5097 412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878 800-282-8823 978-658-6168 Fax: 978-658-0041
sales.us@seepex.com sales@pumpsebara.com sales@redvalve.com support@wmpg.us
www.seepex.com www.pumpsebara.com www.redvalve.com www.watson-marlow.com
Ad on page 71 Ad on page 35 Ad on page 53
Gorman-Rupp Company
Wastecorp Pumps Mansfield, OH Robuschi USA
Grand Island, New York
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320
419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251
grsales@gormanrupp.com
Quincy, IL
866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780
WEMCO
info@wastecorp.com www.GRpumps.com www.gardnerdenver.com/robuschi/ Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO)
www.wastecorp.com Ad on page 119 Salt Lake City, UT
Hidrostal Pumps 801-359-8731 Fax: 801-530-7828
Zoeller Pump Company Aurora, IL wemco@mail.weir
Louisville, KY 630-948-3355 Fax: 630-948-3353 www.global.weir
800-928-7867 502-778-2731 info@hidrostalpumps.com
www.zoeller.com www.hidrostalpumps.com
Hydra-Tech Pumps Pumps - Submersible
Pumps - Reciprocating Nesquehoning, PA
570-645-3779 Fax: 570-645-4061 Boerger, LLC
Ruthman Companies Chanhassen, MN
htpump@hydra-tech.com Cincinnati, OH
www.hydra-tech.com 612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301
859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248 america@boerger.com
IWAKI America www.gusher.com/contact-us www.boerger.com
Holliston, MA www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies Ad on page 55
Penn Valley Pump Co., Inc. 508-429-1440 Ad on page 37
Warrington, PA info@iwakiamerica.com Crane Pumps & Systems
800-311-3311 215-343-8750 Fax: 215-343-8753 Schwing Bioset, Inc. Piqua, OH
www.iwakiamerica.com Somerset, WI
info@pennvalleypump.com 937-778-8947 Fax: 937-773-7157
www.pennvalleypump.com JDV Equipment Corporation 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438 cranepumps@cranepumps.com
Dover, NJ marketing@schwingbioset.com www.cranepumps.com
Ad on page 41
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 www.schwingbioset.com
sales@jdvequipment.com ScreenCo Systems LLC
Pumps - Rotary Lobe www.jdvequipment.com Genesee, ID
Ad on page 83 208-790-8770
Boerger, LLC sales@screencosystems.com Dragon Products, Ltd.
Chanhassen, MN www.screencosystems.com Beaumont, TX
612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301 Ad on page 116 800-231-8198
america@boerger.com Komline-Sanderson sales@modernusa.com
www.boerger.com Peapack, NJ SEEPEX Inc. www.dragonproductsltd.com
Ad on page 55 800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487 Enon, OH
info@komline.com 937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157
NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC www.komline.com sales.us@seepex.com
Exton, PA www.seepex.com
Ad on page 69
610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971 Ad on page 71
npa@netzsch.com KSB, Inc.
www.pumps.netzsch.com Henrico, VA Smith & Loveless, Inc.
800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961 Lenexa, KS
Wastecorp Pumps 800-898-9122 913-888-5201
sales@ksbusa.com
Grand Island, New York answers@smithandloveless.com EBARA Fluid Handling
www.ksbusa.com
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320 www.smithandloveless.com Rock Hill, SC
info@wastecorp.com Mud Cat, Division of Ellicott Dredge Technologies 803-327-5005 Fax: 803-327-5097
www.wastecorp.com New Richmond, WI SRS Crisafulli, Inc. sales@pumpsebara.com
866-467-4010 913-642-5100 Fax: 913-642-5119 Glendive, MT www.pumpsebara.com
sales@mudcatdredge.com 800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088
Pumps - Solids/Sludge www.mudcatdredge.com srsc@crisafulli.com Gorman-Rupp Company
Mansfield, OH
www.crisafullipumps.com
Boerger, LLC NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC 419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251
Chanhassen, MN Exton, PA Sunbelt Rentals grsales@gormanrupp.com
612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301 610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971 Fort Mill, SC www.GRpumps.com
america@boerger.com npa@netzsch.com 800-736-2504
www.sunbeltrentals.com Hidrostal Pumps
www.boerger.com www.pumps.netzsch.com
Aurora, IL
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630-948-3355 Fax: 630-948-3353
Crane Pumps & Systems Vaughan Company, Inc. info@hidrostalpumps.com
Piqua, OH Montesano, WA www.hidrostalpumps.com
937-778-8947 Fax: 937-773-7157 888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155
Hydra-Tech Pumps
cranepumps@cranepumps.com Penn Valley Pump Co., Inc. info@chopperpumps.com
Nesquehoning, PA
www.cranepumps.com Warrington, PA www.chopperpumps.com
570-645-3779 Fax: 570-645-4061
800-311-3311 215-343-8750 Fax: 215-343-8753 Ad on page 120 htpump@hydra-tech.com
info@pennvalleypump.com www.hydra-tech.com
www.pennvalleypump.com Wastecorp Pumps
Grand Island, New York JDV Equipment Corporation
Ad on page 41
888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320 Dover, NJ
Dragon Products, Ltd. Rain for Rent info@wastecorp.com 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
Beaumont, TX Bakersfield, CA www.wastecorp.com sales@jdvequipment.com
800-231-8198 800-742-7246 661-399-9124 www.jdvequipment.com
sales@modernusa.com info@rainforrent.com
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www.dragonproductsltd.com www.rainforrent.com

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KSB, Inc. Zoeller Pump Company Wastecorp Pumps Geomembrane Technologies Inc.
Henrico, VA Louisville, KY Grand Island, New York Fredericton, NB
800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961 800-928-7867 502-778-2731 888-829-2783 201-445-2882 Fax: 888-888-3320 Canada
sales@ksbusa.com www.zoeller.com info@wastecorp.com 855-484-4630 506-452-7304 Fax: 506-452-6625
www.ksbusa.com www.wastecorp.com covers@gticovers.com
www.gticovers.com
NETZSCH Pumps North America, LLC Pumps - Vacuum
Exton, PA
610-363-8010 Fax: 610-363-0971 Busch Vacuum Pumps and Systems
WEMCO Ovivo USA, LLC
Austin, TX
npa@netzsch.com Virginia Beach, VA Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO) 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039
www.pumps.netzsch.com 800-872-7867 757-463-7800 Fax: 757-463-7407 Salt Lake City, UT info.us@ovivowater.com
marketing@buschusa.com 801-359-8731 Fax: 801-530-7828 www.ovivowater.com
Rain for Rent wemco@mail.weir
Bakersfield, CA www.buschusa.com Permastore
www.global.weir
800-742-7246 661-399-9124 Suffolk
Zoeller Pump Company
info@rainforrent.com
www.rainforrent.com Pumps - Vertical/ Louisville, KY
England
011 44 1379870723
Lift Station 800-928-7867 502-778-2731
www.zoeller.com
sales@permastore.com
www.permastore.com
Crane Pumps & Systems Phoenix Contact
Piqua, OH
937-778-8947 Fax: 937-773-7157
Rectangular Collectors Middletown, PA
800-888-7388 717-944-1300
cranepumps@cranepumps.com info@phoenixcon.com
AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp.
www.cranepumps.com www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home
Aurora, IL
Ruthman Companies Gorman-Rupp Company 630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647
Cincinnati, OH Sierra Instruments, Inc.
Mansfield, OH phaizman@amwell-inc.com Monterey, CA
859-824-3100 Fax: 859-824-7248 www.amwell-inc.com
419-755-1011 Fax: 419-755-1251 800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402
www.gusher.com/contact-us
grsales@gormanrupp.com info@sierrainstruments.com
www.ruthmancompanies.com/ruthman-companies
www.GRpumps.com
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Hidrostal Pumps
Rehab/Retrofit www.sierrainstruments.com

SEEPEX Inc. Unison Solutions, Inc.


Aurora, IL Evoqua Water Technologies LLC Dubuque, IA
Enon, OH 630-948-3355 Fax: 630-948-3353 Warrendale, PA 563-585-0967 Fax: 563-585-0970
937-864-7150 Fax: 937-864-7157 info@hidrostalpumps.com 800-466-7873 724-772-0044 sales@unisonsolutions.com
sales.us@seepex.com www.hidrostalpumps.com municipalmarketing@evoqua.com www.unisonsolutions.com
www.seepex.com
KSB, Inc. www.evoqua.com
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Henrico, VA Montesano, WA
SRS Crisafulli, Inc.
Glendive, MT
800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961
sales@ksbusa.com
Remote Monitoring 888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155
800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088 info@chopperpumps.com
www.ksbusa.com www.chopperpumps.com
srsc@crisafulli.com
www.crisafullipumps.com Robuschi USA Ad on page 120
Quincy, IL WesTech Engineering
866-428-4890 Fax: 217-221-8780 PRIMEX
Detroit Lakes, MN Salt Lake City, UT
www.gardnerdenver.com/robuschi/ 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080
Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. Ad on page 119
888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617
Meriden, CT info@primexcontrols.com info@westech-inc.com
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 Smith & Loveless, Inc. www.primexcontrols.com www.westech-inc.com
info.abs.usa@sulzer.com Lenexa, KS
www.sulzer.com 800-898-9122 913-888-5201
answers@smithandloveless.com Renewable Energy Rental Equipment
Sunbelt Rentals
Fort Mill, SC
www.smithandloveless.com
Products Aeration Industries International
800-736-2504 SRS Crisafulli, Inc. Chaska, MN
www.sunbeltrentals.com Glendive, MT Amiad USA 800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293
Ad on page 27 800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088 Mooresville, NC aii@aireo2.com
srsc@crisafulli.com 704-662-3133 Fax: 704-662-3155 www.aireo2.com
ValveUSA www.crisafullipumps.com infousa@amiad.com
786-571-8258 www.amiadusa.com Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
info@valveusa.com Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. Loves Park, IL
www.valveusa.com Meriden, CT CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corp. 800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 Kenosha, WI solutions@aqua-aerobic.com
Vaughan Company, Inc. info.abs.usa@sulzer.com 262-764-3651 Fax: 262-764-8705 www.aqua-aerobic.com
Montesano, WA www.sulzer.com info@cnp-tec.com Ad on page 11
888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155 www.cnp-tec.com
info@chopperpumps.com Tapo Ad on page 85 Centrisys Corporation
www.chopperpumps.com S-442 34 Kunglv Kenosha, WI
Ad on page 120 Sweden Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc. 262-654-6006 Fax: 262-764-8705
004630363390 Independence, KY info@centrisys.us
sales@tapflo.com 859-448-2331 Fax: 859-448-2333
WEMCO www.centrisys.com
www.tapflo.com sales@flottweg.net Ad on page 81
www.flottweg.com
Weir Specialty Pumps (WEMCO) Vaughan Company, Inc. Mud Cat, Division of Ellicott Dredge Technologies
Salt Lake City, UT Montesano, WA New Richmond, WI
801-359-8731 Fax: 801-530-7828 888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155 866-467-4010 913-642-5100 Fax: 913-642-5119
wemco@mail.weir info@chopperpumps.com sales@mudcatdredge.com
www.global.weir www.chopperpumps.com www.mudcatdredge.com
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SRS Crisafulli, Inc. Schwing Bioset, Inc. Industrial Scientific


Glendive, MT Somerset, WI Pittsburgh, PA
800-442-7867 406-365-3393 Fax: 406-365-8088 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438 412-788-4353 Fax: 412-788-8353
srsc@crisafulli.com marketing@schwingbioset.com info@indsci.com
www.crisafullipumps.com www.schwingbioset.com www.indsci.com Emerson Automation Solutions
Sunbelt Rentals Pittsburgh, PA
800-445-9723 412-963-4000
Fort Mill, SC
800-736-2504
Rotating Biological powerwater@emerson.com
www.sunbeltrentals.com Contactors www.emerson.com/water
Ad on page 27 Flomatic Valves
Walker Process Equipment, Glens Falls, NY
A Div. of McNish Corp. 800-833-2040 518-761-9797 Fax: 518-761-9798
Reverse Osmosis Aurora, IL Kee Safety, Inc. flomatic@flomatic.com
Buffalo, NY
Equipment 800-992-5537 630-892-7921 Fax: 630-892-7951
walker.process@walker-process.com 800-851-5181 716-896-4949 Fax: 716-896-5696
www.flomatic.com

www.walker-process.com info@keesafety.com Phoenix Contact


AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC www.keesafety.com Middletown, PA
Duluth, GA Ad on page 87
800-888-7388 717-944-1300
866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057 Milwaukee Rubber Products, Inc. info@phoenixcon.com
sales@adedgetechnologies.com
www.adedgetech.com
Safety Equipment/Personal Menomonee Falls, WI www.phoenixcontact.com/usa_home
800-325-3730 262-781-7888 Fax: 262-781-1742
Ad on page 25 Protection Products sales@milwaukeerubber.com
KCH Engineered Systems www.milwaukeerubber.com
Forest City, NC
American Pleasure Products, Inc. PRIMEX
Rose City, MI RKI Instruments, Inc. Detroit Lakes, MN
828-245-9836 Union City, CA
989-685-2697 Fax: 989-685-8484 888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617
khankinson@kchservices.com 800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650
info@aquacycleusa.com info@primexcontrols.com
www.kchservices.com orders@rkiinstruments.com
www.aquacycleusa.com www.primexcontrols.com
Pick Heaters, Inc. Ad on page 77 www.rkiinstruments.com
West Bend, WI Sensaphone
ElectroSwitch Corporation ScreenCo Systems LLC Aston, PA
262-338-1191 Fax: 262-338-8489 Genesee, ID
info1@pickheaters.com Weymouth, MA 877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222
781-335-5200 208-790-8770 contact@sensaphone.com
www.pickheaters.com sales@screencosystems.com
info@electroswitch.com www.sensaphone.com
Sulzer Pumps Solutions Inc. www.electroswitch.com www.screencosystems.com
Meriden, CT Ad on page 116 Trihedral Engineering Limited
800-525-7790 203-238-2700 Fax: 203-238-0738 ENMET Bedford, NS
Ann Arbor, MI Uticom Systems, Inc. Canada
info.abs.usa@sulzer.com Coatesville, PA
www.sulzer.com 800-521-2978 734-761-1270 Fax: 734-761-3220 800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369
info@enmet.com 800-548-5321 610-857-2655 Fax: 610-857-2986 pcooke@trihedral.com
www.enmet.com graphics@uticom.net www.trihedral.com
Root Control Fibergrate Composite Structures
www.uticom.net

NozzTeq Inc.
Dallas, TX
800-527-4043 972-250-1633 Fax: 972-250-1530 Samplers/Sampling Scales
Clearwater, FL info@fibergrate.com
866-620-5915 727-223-4979 Fax: 603-413-6744 www.fibergrate.com Systems Eagle Microsystems, Inc.
Pottstown, PA
info@nozzteq.com
www.nozzteq.com Ford Hall Company, Inc. Hach 800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114
Richmond, KY Loveland, CO info@eaglemicrosystems.com
859-624-1077 Fax: 859-624-3320 800-227-4224 970-669-3050 www.eaglemicrosystems.com
sperry@fordhall.com orders@hach.com
www.weir-wolf.com www.hach.com
Ad on page 79 Ad on page 5
RootX GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS Nasco Whirl-Pak
Salem, OR Beaverton, OR Fort Atkinson, WI
800-844-4974 503-364-2999 Fax: 503-485-5229 866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293 800-558-9595 920-568-5578 Fax: 920-568-5778 Force Flow
rootx@rootx.com brentgill@gilltrading.com info@enasco.com Concord, CA
www.rootx.com www.gilltrading.com www.enasco.com/whirlpak 800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713
Ad on page 117 info@forceflow.com
Glasdon, Inc.
www.forceflow.com
Rotary Press Sandston, VA
Ad on page 89
855-874-5273 804-726-3777 Fax: 804-726-3778
inquiries@glasdon.com SCADA Systems
www.us.glasdon.com
Data Flow Systems, Inc. Screens/Strainers/
Halogen Valve Systems, Inc.
Fournier Industries, Inc. Irvine, CA
Melbourne, FL
321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006 Screening Systems
Thetford Mines, QC 949-261-5030 Fax: 949-261-5033 info@dataflowsys.com
Canada info@halogenvalve.com www.dataflowsys.com
Amiad USA
418-423-4241 941-757-7201 Fax: 418-423-7366 Mooresville, NC
www.halogenvalve.com
f.caouette@fournierindustries.com ElectroSwitch Corporation 704-662-3133 Fax: 704-662-3155
www.rotary-press.com HEMCO Corporation Weymouth, MA infousa@amiad.com
Ad on page 91 Independence, MO 781-335-5200 www.amiadusa.com
800-779-4362 816-796-2900 Fax: 816-796-3333 info@electroswitch.com
info@hemcocorp.com www.electroswitch.com
www.hemcocorp.com
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AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp.
Aurora, IL
Hydro International
Hillsboro, OR
Aqseptence Group Inc.
New Brighton, MN
Scrubbers/Biofilters
630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647 866-615-8130 503-615-8130 Fax: 503-615-2906 800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171 AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC
phaizman@amwell-inc.com questions@hydro-int.com matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com Duluth, GA
www.amwell-inc.com www.hydro-int.com www.johnsonscreens.com 866-823-3343 678-835-0052 Fax: 678-835-0057
Ad on page 63 sales@adedgetechnologies.com
Aqseptence Group Inc. Charter Machine Company
New Brighton, MN JDV Equipment Corporation Metuchen, NJ www.adedgetech.com
800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171 Dover, NJ 732-548-4400 Ad on page 25
matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 walterk@chartermachine.com
BioAir Solutions LLC
www.johnsonscreens.com sales@jdvequipment.com www.chartermachine.com
Voorhees, NJ
www.jdvequipment.com
Aqualitec Corp. CleanTek Water Solutions 856-258-6969 Fax: 856-258-6975
Los Angeles, CA Ad on page 83 Fridley, MN cwest@bioairsolutions.com
855-650-2214 866-929-7773 www.bioairsolutions.com
info@aqualitec.com info@cleantekwater.com
www.aqualitec.com www.cleantekwater.com
DRYCAKE BOHN BIOFILTER
Lakeside Equipment Corporation Vancouver, BC
Bartlett, IL Tucson, AZ
Canada 520-624-4644
630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647
877-379-2253 604-535-2238 info@bohnbiofilter.com
CleanTek Water Solutions sales@lakeside-equipment.com
sales@drycake.com www.bohnbiofilter.com
Fridley, MN www.lakeside-equipment.com
www.drycake.com
866-929-7773 Ad on page 3 Bradley Innovation Group
info@cleantekwater.com Garland Manufacturing Company Indianapolis, IN
www.cleantekwater.com Saco, ME 317-726-6615
800-727-1900 207-283-3693 Fax: 207-283-4834 sales@big-h2o.com
wastewater@garlandmfg.com www.big-h2o.com
Ovivo USA, LLC www.garlandmfg.com/plastics/wastewater.html
Austin, TX Ad on page 89 Indusco Environmental Services, Inc.
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 Spanish Fort, AL
info.us@ovivowater.com Headworks International, Inc. 251-621-2338
www.ovivowater.com Houston, TX sales@induscoenviro.com
713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999 www.induscoenviro.com
DRYCAKE Park Process hw@headworksintl.com
Vancouver, BC Houston, TX www.headworksintl.com KCH Engineered Systems
Canada 855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254 Forest City, NC
877-379-2253 604-535-2238 rcaughman@parkprocess.com Huber Technology, Inc. 828-245-9836
sales@drycake.com www.parkprocess.com Huntersville, NC khankinson@kchservices.com
www.drycake.com Ad on page 116 704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020 www.kchservices.com
marketing@hhusa.net
Parkson Corporation www.huberforum.net Premier Tech Aqua
Ft. Lauderdale, FL Ad on page 9 Riviere-du-Loup, QC
888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 Canada
technology@parkson.com JDV Equipment Corporation 800-632-6356 418-867-8883 Fax: 418-862-6642
Duramax Cast Stainless Steel www.parkson.com Dover, NJ pta@premiertech.com
Chain & Equipment Products 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 www.premiertechaqua.com
Pewaukee, WI Paxxo sales@jdvequipment.com
800-691-0998 262-691-0998 Fax: 262-691-0992 Newnan, GA www.jdvequipment.com
www.duramaxchain.com 770-502-0055 Fax: 770-502-0088
Ad on page 83
chris.pettigrew@paxxo.com
www.paxxo.com Lakeside Equipment Corporation
Bartlett, IL
ScreenCo Systems LLC 630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647 Varec Biogas
Genesee, ID Huntington Beach, CA
Enviro-Care Company sales@lakeside-equipment.com
208-790-8770 866-424-6427 Fax: 714-952-2701
Gurnee, IL www.lakeside-equipment.com
sales@screencosystems.com info@varec-biogas.com
815-636-8306 Fax: 847-672-7968 Ad on page 3
www.screencosystems.com www.varec-biogas.com
ecsales@enviro-care.com
www.enviro-care.com Ad on page 116 Paxxo
Newnan, GA
Ad on page 59 Smith & Loveless, Inc. 770-502-0055 Fax: 770-502-0088
GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS Lenexa, KS
800-898-9122 913-888-5201
chris.pettigrew@paxxo.com Secondary Containment
Beaverton, OR www.paxxo.com
answers@smithandloveless.com AmTech Tank Lining & Repair
866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293
brentgill@gilltrading.com
www.smithandloveless.com Schwing Bioset, Inc. Plymouth, NH
Somerset, WI 888-839-0373 Fax: 603-947-9500
www.gilltrading.com Sure Flow Products, LLC 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438
Wixom, MI info@amtechtanklining.com
Headworks International, Inc. marketing@schwingbioset.com www.amtechtanklining.com
248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568
Houston, TX www.schwingbioset.com
sales@sureflowproducts.com Ad on page 91
713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999
hw@headworksintl.com
www.flowmetersource.com Smith & Loveless, Inc.
Lenexa, KS
www.headworksintl.com
800-898-9122 913-888-5201 Sensors
Huber Technology, Inc. Screw Conveyors answers@smithandloveless.com
Huntersville, NC www.smithandloveless.com BinMaster Level Controls
704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020 AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp. Lincoln, NE
marketing@hhusa.net Aurora, IL 800-278-4241 402-434-9102 Fax: 402-434-9133
www.huberforum.net 630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647 info@binmaster.com
Ad on page 9 phaizman@amwell-inc.com www.binmaster.com
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Chromalox Industrial Scientific Sure Flow Products, LLC LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc.
Pittsburgh, PA Pittsburgh, PA Wixom, MI North Kingstown, RI
800-443-2640 412-967-3800 Fax: 412-967-5148 412-788-4353 Fax: 412-788-8353 248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568 401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108
sales@chromalox.com info@indsci.com sales@sureflowproducts.com adox@lanxess.com
www.chromalox.com www.indsci.com www.flowmetersource.com www.lanxess.com
IWAKI America Van London Co. Park Process
Holliston, MA Houston, TX Houston, TX
508-429-1440 800-522-7920 832-456-6641 Fax: 832-456-6642 855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254
Delta M Corporation info@iwakiamerica.com anna@vanlondon.com rcaughman@parkprocess.com
Oak Ridge, TN www.iwakiamerica.com www.vanlondon.com www.parkprocess.com
800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142 Ad on page 116
Keller America Inc.
sales@deltamcorp.com
www.deltamcorp.com
Newport News, VA
877-253-5537 757-596-6680 Fax: 757-596-6659
Septage Receiving Stations
Eagle Microsystems, Inc. sales@kelleramerica.com Bio-Microbics, Inc.
Pottstown, PA www.kelleramerica.com Shawnee, KS ScreenCo Systems LLC
800-780-8636 610-323-2250 Fax: 610-323-0114 Ad on page 7 800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808 Genesee, ID
info@eaglemicrosystems.com sales@biomicrobics.com 208-790-8770
LaMotte Company sales@screencosystems.com
www.eaglemicrosystems.com Chestertown, MD www.biomicrobics.com
www.screencosystems.com
800-344-3100 410-778-3100 Fax: 410-778-6394 CleanTek Water Solutions Ad on page 116
mkt@lamotte.com Fridley, MN
www.lamotte.com 866-929-7773 Smith & Loveless, Inc.
info@cleantekwater.com Lenexa, KS
MoistTech Corp. 800-898-9122 913-888-5201
Sarasota, FL www.cleantekwater.com
Emerson / Rosemount answers@smithandloveless.com
941-351-7870 www.smithandloveless.com
Shakopee, MN www.moisttech.com/
800-854-8257 952-906-8888 Vaughan Company, Inc.
liquid.csc@emerson.com Montesano, WA
www.rosemount.com 888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155
info@chopperpumps.com
Myron L Company www.chopperpumps.com
Carlsbad, CA
Endress+Hauser 760-438-2021 Fax: 760-931-9189 DRYCAKE Ad on page 120
info@myronl.com Vancouver, BC
Greenwood, IN
Canada
888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498
info@us.endress.com
www.myronl.com
Ad on page 57
877-379-2253 604-535-2238 Sequencing Batch
www.us.endress.com
sales@drycake.com
www.drycake.com
Reactors (SBR)
PMC Engineering
EnviroSuite Danbury, CT Aeration Industries International
Burlingame, CA Chaska, MN
203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051
424-335-1331 800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293
sales@pmc1.com
inquiries@envirosuite.com Enviro-Care Company aii@aireo2.com
www.pmc1.com
www.envirosuite.com Gurnee, IL www.aireo2.com
PRIMEX 815-636-8306 Fax: 847-672-7968
FCI - Fluid Components International Detroit Lakes, MN Alfa Laval Inc.
San Marcos, CA ecsales@enviro-care.com
888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617 www.enviro-care.com Richmond, VA
800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250 866-253-2528
info@primexcontrols.com Ad on page 59
eflow@fluidcomponents.com customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com
www.primexcontrols.com
www.fluidcomponents.com Huber Technology, Inc. www.alfalaval.us
ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc. Huntersville, NC
Force Flow Pittsburgh, PA Aqua Operations, Inc.
Concord, CA 704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020
412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704 marketing@hhusa.net Bakersfield, CA
800-893-6723 925-686-6700 Fax: 925-686-6713 sales@prominent.us 888-746-6535 661-331-1181 Fax: 661-833-1861
info@forceflow.com www.huberforum.net
www.prominent.us childerbrand@aquaoperations.com
www.forceflow.com Ad on page 9
www.aquaoperations.com
Ad on page 89 RKI Instruments, Inc. JDV Equipment Corporation
Union City, CA Dover, NJ
Hach 800-754-5165 510-441-5656 Fax: 510-441-5650
Loveland, CO 973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193
orders@rkiinstruments.com sales@jdvequipment.com
800-227-4224 970-669-3050 www.rkiinstruments.com
orders@hach.com www.jdvequipment.com
www.hach.com Sensaphone Ad on page 83
Ad on page 5 Aston, PA Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
877-373-2700 610-558-2700 Fax: 610-558-0222 Loves Park, IL
Harwil Corp. contact@sensaphone.com
Oxnard, CA 800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508
www.sensaphone.com solutions@aqua-aerobic.com
805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804
sales@harwil.com Sensorex Lakeside Equipment Corporation www.aqua-aerobic.com
www.harwil.com Garden Grove, CA Bartlett, IL Ad on page 11
800-835-4344 714-895-4344 630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647
Hawk Measurement sales@lakeside-equipment.com
Enterprise Specialty Products
sales@sensorex.com Laurens, SC
Lawrence, MA www.sensorex.com www.lakeside-equipment.com
888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462 864-984-7700 Fax: 864-984-2241
Ad on page 3
info@hawkmeasure.com Sierra Instruments, Inc. www.enterprisesp.com
www.hawkmeasure.com Monterey, CA
800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402
info@sierrainstruments.com
www.sierrainstruments.com

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Evoqua Water Technologies LLC F & V Operations and Resource Management Hawk Measurement Centrisys Corporation
Warrendale, PA Grand Rapids, MI Lawrence, MA Kenosha, WI
800-466-7873 724-772-0044 888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005 888-429-5538 978-304-3000 Fax: 978-304-1462 262-654-6006 Fax: 262-764-8705
municipalmarketing@evoqua.com bselover@fv-operations.com info@hawkmeasure.com info@centrisys.us
www.evoqua.com www.fv-operations.com www.hawkmeasure.com www.centrisys.com
Ad on page 81
F & V Operations and Resource Management JPCI Services Mud Cat, Division of Ellicott Dredge Technologies
Grand Rapids, MI Mesa, AZ New Richmond, WI
888-773-8806 616-588-2900 Fax: 616-977-1005 480-986-1212 866-467-4010 913-642-5100 Fax: 913-642-5119
bselover@fv-operations.com info@jpciservices.com sales@mudcatdredge.com
www.fv-operations.com www.jpciservices.com www.mudcatdredge.com Charter Machine Company
Metuchen, NJ
Fluidyne Corporation Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC Nasco Whirl-Pak 732-548-4400
Cedar Falls, IA Midvale, UT Fort Atkinson, WI walterk@chartermachine.com
319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034 888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989 800-558-9595 920-568-5578 Fax: 920-568-5778 www.chartermachine.com
fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com treyburn@rebuild-it.com info@enasco.com
www.fluidynecorp.com www.rebuild-it.com www.enasco.com/whirlpak
Ad on page 117
U.S. Submergent Technologies LLC
Sarasota, FL
844-765-7866 941-444-1440 Fax: 941-219-3080
info@ussubmergent.com
Sludge - Dewatering/
Lakeside Equipment Corporation www.ussubmergent.com Presses
Bartlett, IL DRYCAKE
630-837-5640 Fax: 630-837-5647 U.S. Water Services Corporation Alfa Laval Inc. Vancouver, BC
sales@lakeside-equipment.com New Port Richey, FL
Richmond, VA Canada
www.lakeside-equipment.com 866-753-8292 515-269-2336 Fax: 727-848-7701
866-253-2528 877-379-2253 604-535-2238
info@uswatercorp.net
Ad on page 3 customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com sales@drycake.com
www.uswatercorp.com
www.alfalaval.us www.drycake.com
Ovivo USA, LLC
Austin, TX Aqseptence Group Inc. FKC Co., Ltd.
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 Sight Flow Indicators New Brighton, MN Port Angeles, WA
info.us@ovivowater.com 800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171 360-452-9472 Fax: 360-452-6880
www.ovivowater.com Sure Flow Products, LLC matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com mail@fkcscrewpress.com
Wixom, MI www.johnsonscreens.com www.fkcscrewpress.com
Parkson Corporation 248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568
Ft. Lauderdale, FL sales@sureflowproducts.com Aqualitec Corp. Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc.
888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 www.flowmetersource.com Los Angeles, CA Independence, KY
technology@parkson.com 855-650-2214 859-448-2331 Fax: 859-448-2333
www.parkson.com info@aqualitec.com sales@flottweg.net
Skimmers www.aqualitec.com www.flottweg.com

AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp. BCR Environmental Corporation


Jacksonville, FL
Aurora, IL
Premier Tech Aqua 904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828
630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647 Fournier Industries, Inc.
Riviere-du-Loup, QC marketing@bcrenv.com
phaizman@amwell-inc.com Thetford Mines, QC
Canada www.bcrenv.com
www.amwell-inc.com Canada
800-632-6356 418-867-8883 Fax: 418-862-6642
pta@premiertech.com Park Process BDP Industries 418-423-4241 941-757-7201 Fax: 418-423-7366
www.premiertechaqua.com Greenwich, NY f.caouette@fournierindustries.com
Houston, TX
518-695-6851 Fax: 518-695-5417 www.rotary-press.com
855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254
dan@bdpindustries.com Ad on page 91
rcaughman@parkprocess.com
Service Company www.parkprocess.com
www.bdpindustries.com
Garland Manufacturing Company
Ad on page 73
Ad on page 116 Saco, ME
Activated Carbon Services - PACS Boerger, LLC
Coraopolis, PA Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC 800-727-1900 207-283-3693 Fax: 207-283-4834
Chanhassen, MN wastewater@garlandmfg.com
800-367-2587 724-457-6576 Midvale, UT
612-435-7300 Fax: 612-435-7301 www.garlandmfg.com/plastics/wastewater.html
henry@pacslabs.com 888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989
america@boerger.com Ad on page 89
www.pacslabs.com treyburn@rebuild-it.com
www.boerger.com
www.rebuild-it.com
CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc. Ad on page 55
Circleville, OH
Bright Technologies,
800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656
info@ceicompanies.com
Sludge - Collectors/ Division of Sebright Products, Inc.
GEA Group
Northvale, NJ
www.ceifiltration.com Measurement Hopkins, MI 800-722-6622 201-767-3900 Fax: 201-767-3901
800-253-0532 269-793-7183 Fax: 269-793-4022 info.wsus@gea.com
Centrisys Corporation AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp. julie@brightbeltpress.com www.gea.com
Kenosha, WI Aurora, IL www.brightbeltpress.com
262-654-6006 Fax: 262-764-8705 630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647 Ad on page 83
info@centrisys.us phaizman@amwell-inc.com
www.centrisys.com www.amwell-inc.com
Brown Bear Corporation
Ad on page 81 Corning, IA
Garland Manufacturing Company 641-322-4220 Fax: 641-322-3527 Huber Technology, Inc.
CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corp. Saco, ME sales@brownbearcorp.com Huntersville, NC
Kenosha, WI 800-727-1900 207-283-3693 Fax: 207-283-4834 www.brownbearcorp.com 704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020
262-764-3651 Fax: 262-764-8705 wastewater@garlandmfg.com marketing@hhusa.net
info@cnp-tec.com www.garlandmfg.com/plastics/wastewater.html www.huberforum.net
www.cnp-tec.com Ad on page 89 Ad on page 9
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Hydra-Tech Pumps
Nesquehoning, PA
Sludge - Land Application
570-645-3779 Fax: 570-645-4061 Schwing Bioset, Inc.
htpump@hydra-tech.com Komline-Sanderson
VFOLD INC. Peapack, NJ Somerset, WI
www.hydra-tech.com 15700 Robins Hill Rd., Unit #2 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438
800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487
Hydro International London, ON N5V 0A4 info@komline.com marketing@schwingbioset.com
Hillsboro, OR Canada www.komline.com www.schwingbioset.com
866-615-8130 503-615-8130 Fax: 503-615-2906 877-818-3653 Fax: 519-659-6941
Ad on page 69
sales@vfoldinc.com
questions@hydro-int.com
www.hydro-int.com www.vfoldinc.com Parkson Corporation Sludge - Mixers/Thickeners
Ad on page 63 Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Wastewater Depot, LLC 888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 Aeration Industries International
JDV Equipment Corporation Batavia, OH technology@parkson.com Chaska, MN
Dover, NJ 513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485 www.parkson.com 800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 info@wastewaterdepot.com aii@aireo2.com
sales@jdvequipment.com Schwing Bioset, Inc. www.aireo2.com
www.wastewaterdepot.com Somerset, WI
www.jdvequipment.com
844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438 Alfa Laval Inc.
Ad on page 83
Sludge - Dryers marketing@schwingbioset.com
www.schwingbioset.com
Richmond, VA
866-253-2528
customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com
BCR Environmental Corporation www.alfalaval.us
Komline-Sanderson
Peapack, NJ
Jacksonville, FL
904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828
Sludge - Hauling/Disposal AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp.
800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487 marketing@bcrenv.com BCR Environmental Corporation Aurora, IL
info@komline.com www.bcrenv.com Jacksonville, FL 630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647
www.komline.com 904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828 phaizman@amwell-inc.com
BDP Industries www.amwell-inc.com
Ad on page 69 Greenwich, NY marketing@bcrenv.com
LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc. 518-695-6851 Fax: 518-695-5417 www.bcrenv.com Aqseptence Group Inc.
North Kingstown, RI dan@bdpindustries.com Kuhn North America, Inc. New Brighton, MN
401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108 www.bdpindustries.com Brodhead, WI 800-833-9473 651-636-3900 Fax: 651-638-3171
adox@lanxess.com Ad on page 73 608-897-2131 Fax: 608-897-2561 matthew.bentley@aqseptence.com
www.lanxess.com chris.searles@kuhn.com www.johnsonscreens.com
Brown Bear Corporation
Mud Cat, Division of Ellicott Dredge Technologies Corning, IA www.kuhnnorthamerica.com AQUATURBO SYSTEMS, Inc.
New Richmond, WI 641-322-4220 Fax: 641-322-3527 Ad on page 8 Springdale, AR
866-467-4010 913-642-5100 Fax: 913-642-5119 sales@brownbearcorp.com 479-927-1300 Fax: 479-927-0700
Schwing Bioset, Inc.
sales@mudcatdredge.com www.brownbearcorp.com ats@aquaturbo.com
Somerset, WI
www.mudcatdredge.com www.aquaturbousa.com
Centrisys Corporation 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438
Kenosha, WI marketing@schwingbioset.com BDP Industries
262-654-6006 Fax: 262-764-8705 www.schwingbioset.com Greenwich, NY
info@centrisys.us 518-695-6851 Fax: 518-695-5417
www.centrisys.com dan@bdpindustries.com
Ovivo USA, LLC
Austin, TX Ad on page 81 Sludge - Heaters www.bdpindustries.com
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 Ad on page 73
CleanTek Water Solutions
info.us@ovivowater.com Brown Bear Corporation
Fridley, MN
www.ovivowater.com Corning, IA
866-929-7773
Park Process info@cleantekwater.com 641-322-4220 Fax: 641-322-3527
Houston, TX www.cleantekwater.com sales@brownbearcorp.com
855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254 www.brownbearcorp.com
rcaughman@parkprocess.com Centrisys Corporation
www.parkprocess.com DRYCAKE
Vancouver, BC Kenosha, WI
Ad on page 116 262-654-6006 Fax: 262-764-8705
Canada
Schwing Bioset, Inc. 877-379-2253 604-535-2238 info@centrisys.us
Somerset, WI sales@drycake.com www.centrisys.com
844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438 www.drycake.com HRS HEAT EXCHANGERS Ad on page 81
marketing@schwingbioset.com Marietta, GA
Gryphon Environmental 770-726-3540 Charter Machine Company
www.schwingbioset.com Metuchen, NJ
Owensboro, KY info@hrs-heatexchangers.com
270-485-2680 www.hrs-heatexchangers.com 732-548-4400
info@2gryphon.com walterk@chartermachine.com
www.2gryphon.com www.chartermachine.com
Trident Processes LLC
Sumas, WA Huber Technology, Inc. Sludge - Hydrolysis CleanTek Water Solutions
800-799-3740 604-330-2500 Huntersville, NC Fridley, MN
info@tridentprocesses.com 704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020 CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corp. 866-929-7773
www.tridentprocesses.com marketing@hhusa.net Kenosha, WI info@cleantekwater.com
www.huberforum.net 262-764-3651 Fax: 262-764-8705 www.cleantekwater.com
USP Technologies (US Peroxide)
Ad on page 9 info@cnp-tec.com DRYCAKE
Atlanta, GA
www.cnp-tec.com Vancouver, BC
877-346-4262 404-352-6070 Fax: 404-352-6077
info@usptechnologies.com Ad on page 85 Canada
www.usptechnologies.com 877-379-2253 604-535-2238
sales@drycake.com
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FKC Co., Ltd. Smith & Loveless, Inc. Bradley Innovation Group Smith & Loveless, Inc.
Port Angeles, WA Lenexa, KS Indianapolis, IN Lenexa, KS
360-452-9472 Fax: 360-452-6880 800-898-9122 913-888-5201 317-726-6615 800-898-9122 913-888-5201
mail@fkcscrewpress.com answers@smithandloveless.com sales@big-h2o.com answers@smithandloveless.com
www.fkcscrewpress.com www.smithandloveless.com www.big-h2o.com www.smithandloveless.com
Huber Technology, Inc. Trident Processes LLC Bright Technologies, Trident Processes LLC
Huntersville, NC Sumas, WA Division of Sebright Products, Inc. Sumas, WA
704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020 800-799-3740 604-330-2500 Hopkins, MI 800-799-3740 604-330-2500
marketing@hhusa.net info@tridentprocesses.com 800-253-0532 269-793-7183 Fax: 269-793-4022 info@tridentprocesses.com
www.huberforum.net www.tridentprocesses.com julie@brightbeltpress.com www.tridentprocesses.com
Ad on page 9 www.brightbeltpress.com
Vaughan Company, Inc.
JDV Equipment Corporation Montesano, WA
888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155
Ad on page 83
Software - Operations/
Dover, NJ Brown Bear Corporation
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 info@chopperpumps.com Corning, IA Maintenance
sales@jdvequipment.com www.chopperpumps.com 641-322-4220 Fax: 641-322-3527
www.jdvequipment.com Ad on page 120 sales@brownbearcorp.com AllMax Software, Inc.
Ad on page 83 www.brownbearcorp.com Kenton, OH
Walker Process Equipment, 800-670-1867 419-673-8863 Fax: 419-673-8864
A Div. of McNish Corp. Byo-Gon, Inc. sales@allmaxsoftware.com
Aurora, IL Charleston, SC www.allmaxsoftware.com
Komline-Sanderson 800-992-5537 630-892-7921 Fax: 630-892-7951 888-796-4661 843-822-3415 Fax: 843-606-6318 Ad on page 31
Peapack, NJ walker.process@walker-process.com info@byogon.com
www.walker-process.com www.byogon.com BinMaster Level Controls
800-225-5457 908-234-1000 Fax: 908-234-9487 Lincoln, NE
info@komline.com Ad on page 87 Ad on page 117
800-278-4241 402-434-9102 Fax: 402-434-9133
www.komline.com CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corp. info@binmaster.com
Ad on page 69 Sludge - Screening Kenosha, WI
262-764-3651 Fax: 262-764-8705
www.binmaster.com
KSB, Inc. Ad on page 117
Henrico, VA Enviro-Care Company info@cnp-tec.com
www.cnp-tec.com Emerson Automation Solutions
800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961 Gurnee, IL Pittsburgh, PA
sales@ksbusa.com 815-636-8306 Fax: 847-672-7968 Ad on page 85
800-445-9723 412-963-4000
www.ksbusa.com ecsales@enviro-care.com Flottweg Separation Technology, Inc. powerwater@emerson.com
www.enviro-care.com Independence, KY www.emerson.com/water
Kuhn North America, Inc. Ad on page 59
Brodhead, WI 859-448-2331 Fax: 859-448-2333
sales@flottweg.net EnviroSuite
608-897-2131 Fax: 608-897-2561 Huber Technology, Inc. Burlingame, CA
chris.searles@kuhn.com Huntersville, NC www.flottweg.com
424-335-1331
www.kuhnnorthamerica.com 704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020 Fluidyne Corporation inquiries@envirosuite.com
Ad on page 8 marketing@hhusa.net Cedar Falls, IA www.envirosuite.com
www.huberforum.net 319-266-9967 Fax: 319-277-6034
Ad on page 9 fluidyne@fluidynecorp.com
www.fluidynecorp.com
Ovivo USA, LLC Sludge Reduction/ Hydromantis Environmental
Austin, TX Software Solutions, Inc.
512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 Treatment Hamilton, ON
info.us@ovivowater.com Canada
www.ovivowater.com Aeration Industries International Greener Planet Systems
905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031
Chaska, MN Monroe, IA
info@hydromantis.com
Parkson Corporation 800-328-8287 952-448-6789 Fax: 952-448-7293 888-669-1787 517-719-2580
www.hydromantis.com
Ft. Lauderdale, FL aii@aireo2.com brianm@greenerplanetsystems.com
888-727-5766 Fax: 954-974-6182 www.aireo2.com www.greenerplanetsystems.com ProComSol, Ltd
technology@parkson.com Lakewood, OH
www.parkson.com Airmaster Aerator LLC Huber Technology, Inc.
877-221-1551 216-221-1550 Fax: 216-221-1554
DeRidder, LA Huntersville, NC
sales@procomsol.com
Pulsed Hydraulics, Inc. 888-813-3680 337-463-6567 Fax: 337-463-9119 704-949-1010 Fax: 704-949-1020
www.procomsol.com
Oroville, WA deanc@airmasteraerator.com marketing@hhusa.net
800-641-1726 425-785-3225 www.huberforum.net Ad on page 85
www.airmasteraerator.com
info@phiwater.com Ad on page 4 Ad on page 9
www.phiwater.com
Ad on page 116 Aqualitec Corp. LANXESS / International Dioxcide, Inc. Software - Process
Rebuild-It Service Group, LLC
Los Angeles, CA
855-650-2214
North Kingstown, RI
401-295-8800 Fax: 401-295-7108
Control/Regulatory
Midvale, UT info@aqualitec.com adox@lanxess.com
Activated Carbon Services - PACS
888-709-5676 Fax: 385-355-6989 www.aqualitec.com www.lanxess.com
Coraopolis, PA
treyburn@rebuild-it.com
www.rebuild-it.com BCR Environmental Corporation Mud Cat, Division of Ellicott Dredge Technologies 800-367-2587 724-457-6576
Jacksonville, FL New Richmond, WI henry@pacslabs.com
ScreenCo Systems LLC 904-819-9170 Fax: 904-998-3828 866-467-4010 913-642-5100 Fax: 913-642-5119 www.pacslabs.com
Genesee, ID marketing@bcrenv.com sales@mudcatdredge.com
AllMax Software, Inc.
208-790-8770 www.bcrenv.com www.mudcatdredge.com
Kenton, OH
sales@screencosystems.com
Bionetix International Ovivo USA, LLC 800-670-1867 419-673-8863 Fax: 419-673-8864
www.screencosystems.com sales@allmaxsoftware.com
Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC Austin, TX
Ad on page 116 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 www.allmaxsoftware.com
Canada
514-457-2914 Fax: 514-457-3589 info.us@ovivowater.com Ad on page 31
info@bionetix.ca www.ovivowater.com
www.bionetix-international.com

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Emerson Automation Solutions


Pittsburgh, PA
Duperon Corporation
Saginaw, MI
Switches/Relays Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc.
Corona, CA
800-445-9723 412-963-4000 800-383-8479 989-754-8800 Fax: 989-754-2175 ElectroSwitch Corporation 877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111
powerwater@emerson.com bbauer@duperon.com Weymouth, MA sales@4peabody.com
www.emerson.com/water www.duperon.com 781-335-5200 www.4peabody.com
EnviroSuite EnviroSuite info@electroswitch.com Pittsburg Tank & Tower Co., Inc.
Burlingame, CA Burlingame, CA www.electroswitch.com Henderson, KY
424-335-1331 424-335-1331 Harwil Corp. 270-826-9000 Fax: 270-827-4417
inquiries@envirosuite.com inquiries@envirosuite.com Oxnard, CA pheltsley@watertank.com
www.envirosuite.com www.envirosuite.com 805-988-6800 Fax: 805-988-6804 www.watertank.com
Hach Hydro International sales@harwil.com Rhino Linings Corporation
Loveland, CO Hillsboro, OR www.harwil.com San Deigo, CA
800-227-4224 970-669-3050 866-615-8130 503-615-8130 Fax: 503-615-2906 PRIMEX 800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881
orders@hach.com questions@hydro-int.com Detroit Lakes, MN sales@rhinolinings.com
www.hach.com www.hydro-int.com 888-342-5753 218-847-1317 Fax: 218-847-4617 www.rhinolinings.com
Ad on page 5 Ad on page 63 info@primexcontrols.com Ad on page 19
Hydromantis Environmental IWAKI America www.primexcontrols.com
Software Solutions, Inc.
Hamilton, ON
Holliston, MA
508-429-1440
Ronk Electrical Tanks - Cleaning/
Canada info@iwakiamerica.com
Nokomis, IL
800-221-7665 217-563-8333 Fax: 217-563-8336 Inspection/Repair
905-522-0012 Fax: 905-522-0031 www.iwakiamerica.com sales@ronkelectrical.com
info@hydromantis.com www.ronkelectrical.com
www.hydromantis.com Keller America Inc.
Newport News, VA Ad on page 116
Trihedral Engineering Limited 877-253-5537 757-596-6680 Fax: 757-596-6659 WEG Electric Corp
Bedford, NS sales@kelleramerica.com Duluth, GA
Canada www.kelleramerica.com 800-275-4934 AmTech Tank Lining & Repair
800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369 Ad on page 7 info-us@weg.net Plymouth, NH
pcooke@trihedral.com www.weg.net/us 888-839-0373 Fax: 603-947-9500
www.trihedral.com info@amtechtanklining.com
WEG Electric Corp www.amtechtanklining.com
Duluth, GA Tanks - Chemical Storage Ad on page 91
800-275-4934 Myron L Company Deep Trekker Inc.
info-us@weg.net Carlsbad, CA AmTech Tank Lining & Repair
Plymouth, NH Kitchener, ON
www.weg.net/us 760-438-2021 Fax: 760-931-9189 Canada
info@myronl.com 888-839-0373 Fax: 603-947-9500
info@amtechtanklining.com 519-342-3177
www.myronl.com
Stormwater Monitoring/ Ad on page 57 www.amtechtanklining.com sales@deeptrekker.com
www.deeptrekker.com
Ad on page 91
Treatment PMC Engineering CST Industries, Inc.
Ad on page 93
Danbury, CT Kansas City, MT Environmental Coatings LLC
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. Mesa, AZ
Loves Park, IL 203-792-8686 Fax: 203-743-2051 913-621-3700
sales@pmc1.com sales@cstindustries.com 480-984-7608
800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508
www.pmc1.com www.cstindustries.com info@sewershield.com
solutions@aqua-aerobic.com
www.sewershield.com
www.aqua-aerobic.com Rain for Rent
Ad on page 11 Bakersfield, CA Ford Hall Company, Inc.
800-742-7246 661-399-9124 Richmond, KY
info@rainforrent.com 859-624-1077 Fax: 859-624-3320
www.rainforrent.com Dragon Products, Ltd. sperry@fordhall.com
Beaumont, TX www.weir-wolf.com
Bio-Microbics, Inc. Trihedral Engineering Limited 800-231-8198 Ad on page 79
Shawnee, KS Bedford, NS
sales@modernusa.com
800-753-3278 913-422-0707 Fax: 913-422-0808 Canada
www.dragonproductsltd.com
GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS
sales@biomicrobics.com 800-463-2783 902-835-1575 Fax: 902-835-0369 Beaverton, OR
www.biomicrobics.com pcooke@trihedral.com Hawkins Water Treatment Group 866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293
www.trihedral.com Roseville, MN brentgill@gilltrading.com
CHEMetrics, Inc. 800-328-5460 612-331-6910 Fax: 612-331-5304 www.gilltrading.com
Midland, VA laura.eilek@hawkinsinc.com
800-356-3072 540-788-9026 Fax: 540-788-4856
sales@chemetrics.com
Struvite Removal/Recovery www.hawkinsinc.com
JPCI Services
Mesa, AZ
www.chemetrics.com CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corp. KCH Engineered Systems 480-986-1212
Kenosha, WI Forest City, NC info@jpciservices.com
Data Flow Systems, Inc. 828-245-9836 www.jpciservices.com
Melbourne, FL 262-764-3651 Fax: 262-764-8705
info@cnp-tec.com khankinson@kchservices.com
321-259-5009 Fax: 321-259-4006 www.kchservices.com
Permastore
info@dataflowsys.com www.cnp-tec.com Suffolk
www.dataflowsys.com Ad on page 85 Lutz-JESCO America Corp. England
Rochester, NY 011 44 1379870723
Deep Trekker Inc. 800-554-2762 585-426-0990 Fax: 585-426-4025 sales@permastore.com
Kitchener, ON mail@jescoamerica.com www.permastore.com
Canada www.lutzjescoamerica.com
519-342-3177
sales@deeptrekker.com
www.deeptrekker.com
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Pittsburg Tank & Tower Co., Inc.
Henderson, KY
Tanks - Mixers Tanks - Storage Rhino Linings Corporation
San Deigo, CA
270-826-9000 Fax: 270-827-4417 AQUATURBO SYSTEMS, Inc. 800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881
pheltsley@watertank.com Springdale, AR sales@rhinolinings.com
www.watertank.com 479-927-1300 Fax: 479-927-0700 www.rhinolinings.com
ats@aquaturbo.com CST Industries, Inc. Ad on page 19
Rhino Linings Corporation
San Deigo, CA www.aquaturbousa.com Kansas City, MT Superior Tank Co., Inc.
800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881 913-621-3700 Rancho Cucamonga, CA
sales@rhinolinings.com sales@cstindustries.com 877-974-4438 909-912-0580 Fax: 909-912-0585
www.rhinolinings.com www.cstindustries.com marketing@superiortank.com
Ad on page 19 www.superiortank.com
Superior Tank Co., Inc. Dragon Products, Ltd. Ad on page 75
Beaumont, TX
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
800-231-8198
877-974-4438 909-912-0580 Fax: 909-912-0585
marketing@superiortank.com
sales@modernusa.com Dragon Products, Ltd. Thermal Flow Meters
www.dragonproductsltd.com Beaumont, TX
www.superiortank.com
800-231-8198
Ad on page 75 DRYCAKE sales@modernusa.com
Vancouver, BC
www.dragonproductsltd.com
Canada
Tanks - Coatings/Linings 877-379-2253 604-535-2238
Delta M Corporation
Oak Ridge, TN
sales@drycake.com
800-922-0083 865-483-1569 Fax: 865-483-1142
www.drycake.com
sales@deltamcorp.com
JDV Equipment Corporation www.deltamcorp.com
Dover, NJ Emerson / Rosemount
973-366-6556 Fax: 973-366-3193 Shakopee, MN
AmTech Tank Lining & Repair sales@jdvequipment.com DRYCAKE 800-854-8257 952-906-8888
Plymouth, NH www.jdvequipment.com Vancouver, BC liquid.csc@emerson.com
888-839-0373 Fax: 603-947-9500 Ad on page 83 Canada www.rosemount.com
info@amtechtanklining.com 877-379-2253 604-535-2238
www.amtechtanklining.com
KSB, Inc.
Henrico, VA sales@drycake.com
Ad on page 91 www.drycake.com
800-945-7867 804-222-1818 Fax: 804-226-6961
FCI - Fluid Components International
CST Industries, Inc. sales@ksbusa.com Park Process San Marcos, CA
Kansas City, MT www.ksbusa.com Houston, TX 800-854-1993 760-744-6950 Fax: 760-736-6250
913-621-3700 855-511-7275 713-849-7189 Fax: 713-937-4254
Pittsburg Tank & Tower Co., Inc. eflow@fluidcomponents.com
sales@cstindustries.com rcaughman@parkprocess.com www.fluidcomponents.com
Henderson, KY
www.cstindustries.com www.parkprocess.com
270-826-9000 Fax: 270-827-4417
Ad on page 116 Sierra Instruments, Inc.
DRYCAKE pheltsley@watertank.com
Monterey, CA
Vancouver, BC www.watertank.com Parker Boiler Co. 800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402
Canada Los Angeles, CA
Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies info@sierrainstruments.com
877-379-2253 604-535-2238 323-727-9800 Fax: 323-722-2848 www.sierrainstruments.com
Carnegie, PA
sales@drycake.com mleeming@parkerboiler.com
412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878
www.drycake.com www.parkerboiler.com
sales@redvalve.com
Environmental Coatings LLC www.redvalve.com Peabody Engineering and Supply Inc. Truck Loading Bins & Silos
Mesa, AZ Ad on page 35 Corona, CA
480-984-7608 Schwing Bioset, Inc.
Vaughan Company, Inc. 877-734-3759 Fax: 951-734-4111
info@sewershield.com Somerset, WI
Montesano, WA sales@4peabody.com
www.sewershield.com 844-246-7381 715-247-3433 Fax: 715-247-3438
888-249-2467 360-249-4042 Fax: 360-249-6155 www.4peabody.com
marketing@schwingbioset.com
JPCI Services info@chopperpumps.com Permastore www.schwingbioset.com
Mesa, AZ www.chopperpumps.com Suffolk
480-986-1212 Ad on page 120 England
info@jpciservices.com 011 44 1379870723 Turbidity Analyzers
www.jpciservices.com sales@permastore.com
Pittsburg Tank & Tower Co., Inc.
Tanks - Pressure www.permastore.com CHEMetrics, Inc.
Midland, VA
Henderson, KY AmTech Tank Lining & Repair Pittsburg Tank & Tower Co., Inc. 800-356-3072 540-788-9026 Fax: 540-788-4856
270-826-9000 Fax: 270-827-4417 Plymouth, NH Henderson, KY sales@chemetrics.com
pheltsley@watertank.com 888-839-0373 Fax: 603-947-9500 270-826-9000 Fax: 270-827-4417 www.chemetrics.com
www.watertank.com info@amtechtanklining.com pheltsley@watertank.com
Rhino Linings Corporation www.amtechtanklining.com www.watertank.com
San Deigo, CA Ad on page 91
800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881
sales@rhinolinings.com
www.rhinolinings.com Premier Tech Aqua Emerson / Rosemount
Ad on page 19 Riviere-du-Loup, QC Shakopee, MN
Canada 800-854-8257 952-906-8888
Superior Tank Co., Inc. liquid.csc@emerson.com
800-632-6356 418-867-8883 Fax: 418-862-6642
Rancho Cucamonga, CA www.rosemount.com
pta@premiertech.com
877-974-4438 909-912-0580 Fax: 909-912-0585
www.premiertechaqua.com
marketing@superiortank.com
www.superiortank.com
Ad on page 75

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UV Disinfection Equipment Flomatic Valves


Glens Falls, NY
Hayward Flow Control
Clemmons, NC
Endress+Hauser Amiad USA 800-833-2040 518-761-9797 Fax: 518-761-9798 888-429-4635 Fax: 888-778-8410
Greenwood, IN Mooresville, NC flomatic@flomatic.com hfcsales@hayward.com
888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498 704-662-3133 Fax: 704-662-3155 www.flomatic.com www.haywardflowcontrol.com
info@us.endress.com infousa@amiad.com Ad on page 15
Flowrox, Inc.
www.us.endress.com www.amiadusa.com Linthicum, MD Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies
Hach Ovivo USA, LLC 410-636-2250 Fax: 410-636-9062 Carnegie, PA
Loveland, CO Austin, TX sales-us@flowrox.com 412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878
800-227-4224 970-669-3050 512-834-6000 Fax: 512-834-6039 www.flowrox.com sales@redvalve.com
orders@hach.com info.us@ovivowater.com www.redvalve.com
Halogen Valve Systems, Inc.
www.hach.com www.ovivowater.com Irvine, CA Ad on page 35
Ad on page 5 949-261-5030 Fax: 949-261-5033 Shand & Jurs
Premier Tech Aqua
LaMotte Company Riviere-du-Loup, QC info@halogenvalve.com Hillside, IL
Chestertown, MD Canada www.halogenvalve.com 708-236-6000 Fax: 708-236-6006
800-344-3100 410-778-3100 Fax: 410-778-6394 800-632-6356 418-867-8883 Fax: 418-862-6642 Hayward Flow Control sales@ljtechnologies.com
mkt@lamotte.com pta@premiertech.com Clemmons, NC www.ljtechnologies.com
www.lamotte.com www.premiertechaqua.com 888-429-4635 Fax: 888-778-8410 Ad on page 29
Van London Co. ProMinent Fluid Controls, Inc. hfcsales@hayward.com Singer Valve Inc.
Houston, TX Pittsburgh, PA www.haywardflowcontrol.com Surrey, BC
800-522-7920 832-456-6641 Fax: 832-456-6642 412-787-2484 Fax: 412-787-0704 Ad on page 15 Canada
anna@vanlondon.com sales@prominent.us Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies 888-764-7858 604-594-5404 Fax: 604-594-8845
www.vanlondon.com www.prominent.us Carnegie, PA singer@singervalve.com
412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878 www.singervalve.com
Ad on page 79
Ultrasonic Flow Meters sales@redvalve.com
www.redvalve.com
AMETEK Drexelbrook
SALCOR, Inc.
Ad on page 35
Valves - Backflow
Horsham, PA
215-674-1234 Fax: 215-674-2731 Fallbrook, CA
Ronk Electrical
Nokomis, IL
Prevention/Check/Float
drexelbrook.info@ametek.com 760-731-0745 Fax: 760-731-2405 800-221-7665 217-563-8333 Fax: 217-563-8336
www.drexelbrook.com jscruver@aol.com Asahi/America, Inc.
sales@ronkelectrical.com
Ad on page 95 Lawrence, MA
www.ronkelectrical.com
800-343-3618 781-321-5409 Fax: 800-787-6861
Ad on page 116 asahi@asahi-america.com
Sensorex
Blue-White Industries Garden Grove, CA Shand & Jurs www.asahi-america.com
Huntington Beach, CA 800-835-4344 714-895-4344 Hillside, IL Cla-Val
714-893-8529 Fax: 714-894-9492 sales@sensorex.com 708-236-6000 Fax: 708-236-6006 Costa Mesa, CA
sales@blue-white.com www.sensorex.com sales@ljtechnologies.com 800-942-6326 949-722-4800 Fax: 949-574-5703
www.blue-white.com www.ljtechnologies.com info@cla-val.com
Ad on page 2 Ad on page 29 www.cla-val.com
Emerson / Rosemount Singer Valve Inc. Flomatic Valves
Shakopee, MN Surrey, BC Glens Falls, NY
800-854-8257 952-906-8888 Canada 800-833-2040 518-761-9797 Fax: 518-761-9798
liquid.csc@emerson.com UV Pure Technologies, Inc. 888-764-7858 604-594-5404 Fax: 604-594-8845 flomatic@flomatic.com
www.rosemount.com Toronto, ON singer@singervalve.com www.flomatic.com
Canada www.singervalve.com
888-407-9997 416-208-9884 Fax: 416-208-5808 Ad on page 79 Flowrox, Inc.
info@uvpure.com Linthicum, MD
Endress+Hauser ValveUSA 410-636-2250 Fax: 410-636-9062
www.uvpure.com 786-571-8258
Greenwood, IN sales-us@flowrox.com
888-363-7377 Fax: 317-535-8498 Wastewater Depot, LLC info@valveusa.com www.flowrox.com
info@us.endress.com Batavia, OH www.valveusa.com
www.us.endress.com 513-732-0129 Fax: 513-735-1485 Hayward Flow Control
info@wastewaterdepot.com Clemmons, NC
www.wastewaterdepot.com Valves - Air Relief 888-429-4635 Fax: 888-778-8410
hfcsales@hayward.com
Cla-Val www.haywardflowcontrol.com
Sierra Instruments, Inc.
Monterey, CA
Valves - Actuators/ Costa Mesa, CA
800-942-6326 949-722-4800 Fax: 949-574-5703
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800-866-0200 831-373-0200 Fax: 831-373-4402 Controls info@cla-val.com


info@sierrainstruments.com www.cla-val.com
www.sierrainstruments.com Asahi/America, Inc.
Lawrence, MA Flomatic Valves Proco Products, Inc.
Sure Flow Products, LLC 800-343-3618 781-321-5409 Fax: 800-787-6861 Glens Falls, NY Stockton, CA
Wixom, MI asahi@asahi-america.com 800-833-2040 518-761-9797 Fax: 518-761-9798 800-344-3246 209-943-6088 Fax: 209-943-0242
248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568 www.asahi-america.com flomatic@flomatic.com sales@procoproducts.com
sales@sureflowproducts.com www.flomatic.com
Cla-Val www.procoproducts.com
www.flowmetersource.com
Costa Mesa, CA Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies
800-942-6326 949-722-4800 Fax: 949-574-5703 Carnegie, PA
info@cla-val.com 412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878
www.cla-val.com sales@redvalve.com
www.redvalve.com
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Shand & Jurs
Hillside, IL
Sunbelt Rentals
Fort Mill, SC
Valves - Telescoping/Gate Headworks International, Inc.
Houston, TX
708-236-6000 Fax: 708-236-6006 800-736-2504 AMWELL, A Div. of McNish Corp. 713-647-6667 Fax: 713-647-0999
sales@ljtechnologies.com www.sunbeltrentals.com Aurora, IL hw@headworksintl.com
www.ljtechnologies.com Ad on page 27 630-898-6900 Fax: 630-898-1647 www.headworksintl.com
Ad on page 29 phaizman@amwell-inc.com Praxair, Inc.
Singer Valve Inc.
Surrey, BC
Valves - Pinch www.amwell-inc.com Burr Ridge, IL
800-772-9247 630-320-4000 Fax: 630-320-4508
Asahi/America, Inc.
Canada Red Valve Co. / Tideex Technologies Lawrence, MA info@praxair.com
888-764-7858 604-594-5404 Fax: 604-594-8845 Carnegie, PA 800-343-3618 781-321-5409 Fax: 800-787-6861 www.praxair.com/wastewater
singer@singervalve.com 412-279-0044 Fax: 412-279-7878 asahi@asahi-america.com RWL Water
www.singervalve.com sales@redvalve.com www.asahi-america.com Golden Valley, MN
Ad on page 79 www.redvalve.com 800-879-3677 763-746-8400 Fax: 763-746-8408
Ad on page 35
Flomatic Valves
Sure Flow Products, LLC Glens Falls, NY info@rwlwater.com
Wixom, MI 800-833-2040 518-761-9797 Fax: 518-761-9798 www.rwlwater.com
248-380-3569 Fax: 248-380-3568
sales@sureflowproducts.com Valves - Plug flomatic@flomatic.com
www.flomatic.com
www.flowmetersource.com
Flomatic Valves ValveUSA
ValveUSA Glens Falls, NY 786-571-8258 SALCOR, Inc.
786-571-8258 800-833-2040 518-761-9797 Fax: 518-761-9798 info@valveusa.com Fallbrook, CA
info@valveusa.com flomatic@flomatic.com www.valveusa.com 760-731-0745 Fax: 760-731-2405
www.valveusa.com www.flomatic.com jscruver@aol.com
Ad on page 95
Zoeller Pump Company
Louisville, KY Valves - Pressure Water Towers Smith & Loveless, Inc.
800-928-7867 502-778-2731
www.zoeller.com Regulating/Solenoid Pittsburg Tank & Tower Co., Inc.
Henderson, KY
Lenexa, KS
800-898-9122 913-888-5201
270-826-9000 Fax: 270-827-4417 answers@smithandloveless.com
Asahi/America, Inc.
Valves - Ball/Butterfly Lawrence, MA pheltsley@watertank.com
www.watertank.com
www.smithandloveless.com
800-343-3618 781-321-5409 Fax: 800-787-6861
Asahi/America, Inc. asahi@asahi-america.com Rhino Linings Corporation
Lawrence, MA www.asahi-america.com San Deigo, CA
800-343-3618 781-321-5409 Fax: 800-787-6861 800-747-6966 858-450-0441 Fax: 858-450-6881
asahi@asahi-america.com Cla-Val
Costa Mesa, CA sales@rhinolinings.com
www.asahi-america.com www.rhinolinings.com
800-942-6326 949-722-4800 Fax: 949-574-5703 UV Pure Technologies, Inc.
Flomatic Valves info@cla-val.com Ad on page 19 Toronto, ON
Glens Falls, NY www.cla-val.com Canada
800-833-2040 518-761-9797 Fax: 518-761-9798
flomatic@flomatic.com Flomatic Valves Water/Wastewater 888-407-9997 416-208-9884 Fax: 416-208-5808
info@uvpure.com
Glens Falls, NY
www.flomatic.com
800-833-2040 518-761-9797 Fax: 518-761-9798 Reuse Systems www.uvpure.com
flomatic@flomatic.com VAF Filtration Systems
www.flomatic.com Alfa Laval Inc. Arvada, CO
Richmond, VA
Hayward Flow Control Hayward Flow Control 866-253-2528
303-425-4242 Fax: 303-425-0112
Clemmons, NC sales.vaf@evoqua.com
Clemmons, NC customerservice.usa@alfalaval.com www.vafusa.com
888-429-4635 Fax: 888-778-8410
888-429-4635 Fax: 888-778-8410 www.alfalaval.us
hfcsales@hayward.com WesTech Engineering
hfcsales@hayward.com
www.haywardflowcontrol.com Salt Lake City, UT
www.haywardflowcontrol.com
Ad on page 15 801-265-1000 Fax: 801-265-1080
Ad on page 15
Milwaukee Rubber Products, Inc. info@westech-inc.com
Singer Valve Inc. Anue Water Technologies, Inc. www.westech-inc.com
Menomonee Falls, WI
Surrey, BC Oceanside, CA
800-325-3730 262-781-7888 Fax: 262-781-1742
Canada 760-727-2683
sales@milwaukeerubber.com
www.milwaukeerubber.com
888-764-7858 604-594-5404 Fax: 604-594-8845
singer@singervalve.com
info@anuewater.com Wireless Ethernet and I/O
www.anuewater.com
Shand & Jurs www.singervalve.com
Hillside, IL Ad on page 79 Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.
708-236-6000 Fax: 708-236-6006 Loves Park, IL
sales@ljtechnologies.com 800-940-5008 815-654-2501 Fax: 815-654-2508
www.ljtechnologies.com solutions@aqua-aerobic.com
Ad on page 29 www.aqua-aerobic.com
Ad on page 11
CEI - Carbon Enterprises Inc.
Circleville, OH
800-344-5770 Fax: 888-204-9656
info@ceicompanies.com
www.ceifiltration.com Weidmuller
Richmond, VA
www.tpomag.com GillTrading.com, Inc./WeirWasher, ACS
Beaverton, OR
800-849-9343 Fax: 804-379-2593
info@weidmuller.com
866-447-2496 503-628-0197 Fax: 503-646-9293 www.weidmuller.com
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product spotlight product spotlight
Scale allows operators to B-frame circuit breaker offers
accurately gauge polymer usage smaller footprint, installation flexibility
By Craig Mandli By Craig Mandli

Increasingly strict Water system operators are con-


federal and state report- stantly on the lookout for ways to add
ing requirements have efficiency and reduce overall footprint.
created a need for water The PowerPact B thermal-magnetic-
and wastewater plant oper- type circuit breaker from Schneider
ators to easily and accu- Electric accomplishes that, offering
rately track chemical feed power protection in a compact size
rates and usages. The IBC with easy installation.
Tote Scale from Force The breaker supersedes the popu-
Flow does just that, lar Square D FA circuit breaker used
while providing in multiple water and wastewater appli-
the assurance that cations for circuit protection. It has 25
the chemical supply wont percent more capacity and takes up less
unexpectedly run out. Accurately mea- space in electrical equipment. Common
suring chemical application can also water applications include control panel
IBC Tote Scale from Force Flow
be a big cost saver in the long run. disconnects and multi-motor feeder cir-
Polymer especially is expensive, cuit protection in remote pumping panels, in PowerPact B from
says Christina Rumbel, marketing coordinator for Force Flow/Halo- treatment plant motor control center feeder cir- Schneider Electric
gen. When adding for dewatering, volumes reach a point where there cuit units (otherwise known as buckets) and
is little to no more benefit of increasing feed rate further. By cross- inside Square D I-Line power distribution panels.
checking the amount fed to the solids level achieved, polymer feed can Its smaller footprint not only saves space and costs, it is essential
be fine-tuned to maximize effect with minimum expense. when upsizing infrastructure in existing facilities where space is lim-
The units heavy-duty steel platform is protected with 80-mil-thick ited, says Ross Marostica, product manager for Schneider Electric. For
Tuf-Coat Environmental Armor. Tuf-Coat is highly resistant to chem- example, it is often necessary to upsize pumps, therefore increasing
icals, abrasion, impact and ultraviolet light degradation, making the power requirements, but there may not be enough space to replace exist-
IBC Tote Scale ideal for harsh environments. Options include 316 stain- ing electrical gear to meet the load requirements. This breaker allows
less steel and MaxSense high-accuracy models. you to provide for higher power requirements within existing spaces.
The unit creates a highly reliable, non-contacting chemical moni- The breaker uses economical, thermal magnetic sensing elements
toring system that avoids problems other sensor technologies can face in each of the various one-, two-, three- and four-pole construction
caused by irregular tank shapes, corrosive chemical fumes, fluctuat- types. A wide variety of external mechanical operators for control panel
ing temperatures and changes in specific gravity. According to Rum- applications complement field-installable electrical accessories that let
bel, users of the product in treatment plant settings have taken notice customers easily configure the product to their specific needs. The Ever-
of that reliability. Link creep-compensating lug spring-based power terminal system
Those using it have told us that the IBC Tote Scale is very dura- ensures a lasting connection by mitigating the loosening effects of heat
ble due to the non-contacting, noninvasive nature into the chemical cycling or vibration. EverLink lugs are even offered with optional built-
environment of a weigh scale, as no part of the system is actually inside in control wire terminals.
the vessel, she says. No technology is more accurate than a scale using It was time to give our customers more flexibility, says Marostica
electronic load cells. about the new circuit breaker. And with global challenges of counter-
Using the scale is easy for plant operators. Simply place a chemi- feiting, safe electrical infrastructure and support logistics, we were also
cal tote on the platform and monitoring begins. There is nothing to able to design in features to help eliminate some of these issues.
install inside the tote, making the unit virtually plug-and-play. To make functionality even more convenient, each breaker includes
Unlike other sensor technologies, a scale is perfectly suited for a QR code that provides access to online product information, customer
monitoring portable vessels since there is no installation on or into the care center contact info, a serial number for tracking, and an embed-
vessel of any kind required, says Rumbel. Our experience with using ded anti-counterfeit system.
our scales to monitor other portable tanks such as 55-gallon drums and The importance of a circuit breaker in the water industry is criti-
smaller carboys made it a straightforward jump to take the same tech- cal, as its your last line of defense when everything else does not catch
nology and use it for a larger vessel. an electrical failure, says Marostica. It is an unsung hero, waiting a
Systems can be remotely monitored from SCADA or PLC, and are decade to do its job in fractions of a second, all to protect from even
available with the SOLO G2 digital display or with the advanced greater issues that could arise from an electrical fault. Thats why qual-
Wizard 4000 Chemical Inventory Monitoring System. 800/893-6723; ity and reliability is the most important feature in a new circuit breaker
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industry news
Endress+Hauser installs high-pressure test rig
Endress+Hauser installed a high-pressure test rig at its U.S. headquar-
ters in Greenwood, Indiana. The rig allows for testing complete instrument
assemblies to customer specifications, and provides a 100 percent test indi-
cating a specific instrument can withstand the design process pressure up
to 15,000 psi.

AWWA CEO David LaFrance joins


Executive Council of NOAAs NIDIS
The American Water Works Association announced that CEO David
LaFrance has joined the Executive Council of the National Integrated Drought
Information System for a five-year term. NIDIS is a multiagency partner-
ship led by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that
provides information and tools to forecast, prepare for and mitigate the effects
of drought.

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worth noting events
May 3-5

people/awards AWWA Arizona Section Annual Conference, Phoenix. Visit


www.azwater.org.

The South Kingstown (Rhode Island) Regional Wastewater Treatment May 3-5
AWWA Pacific Northwest Section Annual Conference,
Facility received a 2016 Wastewater Treatment Regional Operations and
Three Rivers Convention Center, Kennewick, Washington. Visit
Maintenance Excellence Award from the U.S. EPA. www.pnws-awwa.org.

Kara French began training as the new operator apprentice at the Three May 7-10
Rivers (Michigan) Wastewater Treatment Plant. AWWA Ontario Section Annual Conference, Scotiabank Conven-
tion Centre, Niagara Falls, Ontario. Visit www.owwa.ca.
The city of Holtville, California, held a ribbon-cutting at its new $15
May 8-12
million wastewater treatment plant. The U.S. EPA and Border Environment
New Jersey Water Environment Associations John J. Lagrosa
Cooperation Commission along with the North American Development Bank Conference and Exposition, Ballys, Atlantic City. Visit www.njwea.org.
provided more than $7.2 million in grant funds. The state Clean Water Revolv-
ing Fund provided a $4 million grant and a $3.8 million low-interest loan. May 9-10
Michigan Water Environment Association Upper Peninsula
The Rural Community Assistance Partnership received $1.2 million Wastewater Operators Conference, Island Resort & Casino, Harris.
from the U.S. EPA to improve small, publicly owned wastewater systems. Visit www.mi-wea.org.

May 15-16
The Eustis (Florida) Public Works Department broke ground on a $6.85 Greater Water Cities Summit 2017, New York Marriott Marquis.
million upgrade and expansion project at its Eastern Wastewater Treatment Visit www.wef.org.
Plant, funded in part by a $2.475 million cost-share grant from the St. Johns
River Water Management District. May 18-19
Water Environment Association of Texas WateReuse in Texas
Conference, El Paso Convention Center. Visit www.weat.org.
The Mount Olivet (Kentucky) Wastewater Treatment Facility received
a $259,000 USDA Water and Waste Disposal grant to assist upgrades at the May 21-24
facility. AWWA West Virginia Annual Conference, Oglebay Resort,
Wheeling. Visit www.wvawwa.org.
Bill Breeden retired as wastewater superintendent for the city of Chilli-
cothe, Missouri. He held the position for 20 years. May 21-24
Collection Systems Conference 2017, presented by the Water
Environment Federation and the Nebraska Water Environment
The town of Chazy, New York, received a $6,800 state grant to conduct
an engineering study on a new disinfection station at its wastewater treat- May 22-24
ment plant. Oklahoma Water Environment Association Technical Conference:
Progress In The Heartland, Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center,
The city of Huron, South Dakota, received a $352,930 Community Devel- Oklahoma City. Visit www.owea.org.
opment Block Grant for improvements to its wastewater system.
May 22-25