Water Blog

Jan
11

Corrosion Control

If sequestration of iron and manganese is practiced, the chlorine residual in the water system should always be maintained at or above:

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Jan
11

Water Treatment and Distribution System

An easily corroded material, deliberately installed in a pipe or tank. The intent is to sacrifice this anode to corrosion, while the water supply facilities remain relatively corrosion free.

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Jan
10

Breakpoint Chlorination

Tap or click on the “+ ” to learn about the breakpoint chlorination curve.

By jay@americanwatercollege.org | Certification Exams . Distribution . Wastewater Treatment . Water Treatment
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Jan
10

Water Storage

When is the stored water age the highest in the distribution system?

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Jan
10

Water Treatment and Distribution System

A DC electrical system for preventing corrosion of metal storage tanks and piping.

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Dec
15

How to Stay Focused at Work

Our constant access to information is killing our productivity.  Do you and your coworkers start your day by picking up your phones and getting lost in a stream of notifications and information? Maybe it’s an endless barrage of texts, tweets, and emails.  This digital fog can negatively impact you throughout the day and reduce your effectiveness and […]

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Pounds Per Day – Wastewater Math

Today, we’re going to look at a Pounds Per Day math problem. Watch the video below and learn how this type of Wastewater Treatment math problem is solved. If you are preparing for a certification exam, you may be interested in our FREE Exam Tips or in signing up for one of our Exam Prep courses. We are here […]

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Dec
13

Maximizing One-on-One Meetings

You know it’s important to regularly check in with each of your employees.  But too often one-on-one meetings are rushed and disorganized. How can you make the meetings more productive and collaborative? What do you need to change as the manager?  What do you need to ask your direct report to do differently? Here are 7 tips to […]

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