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Richard F. Hartenstein Jr.
Town Of Stafford W.P.C.F.
50 River Road, Stafford Springs, CT 06076
September 16, 2013
Dear Board Members of the CWPAA and NWPCA:
As you know, I was the 2013 Operator Exchange person who was elected to travel to Rhode Island and tour different water pollution control facilities. I was greeted with […]
2013 CWPAA Ski Classic
On Friday March 1st 24 CWPAA members met atStrattonMountain inVermont for a great day of skiing and catching up.
The weather seems to work out well on this day. The wind was calm and the temperature was 36 degrees and sunny. We could not have asked for a better day. The […]
In order to remove nitrogen at your wastewater treatment facility you must understand the different forms of nitrogen and some commonly referred to terms that you will be dealing with.
Total Nitrogen (TN) is the sum of all nitrogen forms or;
Total Nitrogen = TKN + NO2 + NO3
TKN stands for Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen […]
Smoke testing is one of the most efficient and cost effective ways to locate and identify the source of an inflow or infiltration problem! It is important to find and identify these sources because they may seriously affect the efficiency of the wastewater treatment facility and increase operating expenses.
Some examples of the impact that […]
The Windsor Locks Water Pollution Control Facility was host to State and Federal regulatory officials and plant superintendents on August 1, 2000.
The occasion was to highlight the Youth in the Environment program administered by the E.P.A. Windsor Locks W.P.C.F recieved a grant through NEIWPCC to hire Bill Greer an intern from Springfield Technical Community College. […]
TO: Director, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
FROM: Iowa FACE Program Submission Date: 3/23/2000
SUBJECT: Sewer maintenance worker killed by nozzle tip on jet/vac hose.