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A fun and much-anticipated employee event, U.S. Water recently conducted our 3rd Annual Excavator Rodeo. With nearly 50 contestants, employees worked through a series of challenges which included: 1) Picking up a bucket full of water and placing it on top of a pedestal without spilling; 2) Placing a pipe on a chain into the […]

What are PFAS Substances? PFAS, short for per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances, have been making headlines for several years now. These persistent synthetic compounds are used in a variety of industrial and consumer products, including non-stick cookware, water-repellant clothing, and firefighting foams. They have been in use since the early 1940s and have earned the nickname […]

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) defines a Hierarchy of Controls with the rungs: elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls and personal protective equipment (PPE). The hierarchy is arranged beginning with the most effective controls and proceeds to the least effective. You can’t eliminate every […]

On January 31, 2023, U.S. Water’s Senior Technical Director Frank DeOrio received a U.S. patent for his work developing an artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can identify microscopic components in wastewater mixed liquor. By identifying these components, the technology can determine multiple features of the biomass predicting an indication of its health and deficiencies. A […]

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Case Studies

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Operators are required to get daily flow readings from their plants. This is done by either reading the totalizer reading or calculating the flow rate from an elapsed time meter. Wastewater flow is measured as a quantity (gallons) moving past a point (primary device) during a specific time interval. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection […]

U.S. Water was recently tasked with replacing the east well pump at the Pelican Bay Water Treatment Facility. The pump had experienced a catastrophic failure, and as it is a critical component in the production of clean drinking water for the surrounding community, time was of the essence for its repair. The responding team members […]

U.S. Water has been awarded the Pasco County Lift Station Rehabilitation contract for the last nine years in a row. As the County has the latitude to disqualify applicants at their discretion, this is no small accomplishment and clear evidence of their overall satisfaction with our work. We can thank the skill and professionalism of […]

A sanitary sewer manhole recently failed catastrophically in Lehigh Acres. In late December, an emergency call came in that the manhole had collapsed close to one of their busiest roads, creating a large opening. Recognizing the immediate danger to vehicles and pedestrians alike, the U.S. Water team acted quickly to secure the site and coordinate […]

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