Denver Educates Students on Trenchless Technology

Oct 27

Denver Educates Students on Trenchless Technology

Trenchless professionals from around the world traveled to Denver for the North American Society of Trenchless Technology (NASTT) No-Dig Show, to share ideas and learn about the newest equipment and trends in the industry. A total of 67 college students from across North America were awarded the chance to hear from top professionals in the field. The four-day...

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2015 Annual AWRA Conference

Oct 13

2015 Annual AWRA Conference

The mile high city has a great event coming up!  Denver will host this year’s American Water Resources Association (AWRA) Annual Conference on Water Resources. Starting on Monday, November 16 and ending Thursday, November 19, the conference will be held in downtown Denver at the Grand Hyatt Hotel Denver.  You can look forward to an engaging week of cutting...

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Snowmass’s In House Efficiency for Sewer

Sep 20

Snowmass’s In House Efficiency for Sewer

The town of Snowmass, outside of Denver, has history stemming back from 1910.  The population in this ski town sustains the usual fluctuation, depending on the season, there can be approximately 2,500 residents all the way up to 18,000.  During the beginning of the ski season (typically from November 15th-December 15th) the water and sewer department can expect to...

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Westminster’s Improved Sanitary Sewer Overflow Results

Sep 11

Westminster’s Improved Sanitary Sewer Overflow Results

The City of Westminster has had a growth spurt and there are sewer improvements being made because of it. Keeping in mind, Westminster is in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains at 5,300 feet elevation. Soil in the area contains pockets of clay, which expands as it absorbs moisture, and corrosive minerals that wreak havoc on metal pipe. In places, the water table is...

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Crested Butte Wastewater Reclamation Spill

Aug 31

Crested Butte Wastewater Reclamation Spill

A wastewater cleanup cooperative is currently in process at the Cement Creek gold Mine in Crested Butte. The cause is determined to be due to an accidental discharge of wastewater during an EPA investigation. The flow of waste has made its way to New Mexico causing river intakes to be shut down. An estimated 3 million gallons of waste was released. The waste...

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