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Unsurpassed Solutions in the Water Environment
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Did you know that Arbor Day is also National Planting Day in the United States? T&H employee-owners celebrated by planting plants for their workspaces. Plants have been proven to enhance the workplace, so our ESOP Committees decided to host this fun event. Happy Arbor Day!

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The 8.0 mgd DAF Long Pond Water Treatment Plant in Falmouth, MA is completed and in startup, and expected to be online by Memorial Day. Check out the aerial video provided by contractor Methuen Construction:

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America has nearly 15,500 high-hazard dams, with over 2,170 of these being deemed deficient. A dam is rated high-hazard when dam failure could result in the loss of human life, and deficient when it is at serious risk of failure. A deficient, high-hazard dam is a tragedy waiting to happen:

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We just love The Water Conservation Rap, performed by Klein ISD students from Kleb Intermediate Advanced Theatre, and one student from Mittelstadt Elementary School, all in Klein, Texas. Great job, kids!

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Congratulations to Tata & Howard Vice President Rhonda Harris on receiving the Water Environment Association of Texas (WEAT) Lifetime Achievement Award!

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49% of consumers believe they'll never be affected by a water shortage. In contrast, 40 out of 50 water utility managers say they expect a water shortage within the next 10 years:

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Happy Earth Week 2017! Earth Day is the perfect time to implement small changes in our daily lives to improve our environment. Earth Day is also an opportune time to reflect on the impact of our work. And here at Tata & Howard, improving our environment is an integral part of virtually everything we do:

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Congratulations to our own Molly Coughlin, Assistant Project Engineer, who completed the Boston Marathon yesterday. Not only is she a marathon finisher, but she also raised nearly $10,000 for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute of Boston, MA. Way to go, Molly!
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Innovation from Massachusetts: an engineer at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is designing a new system that keeps water purification membranes clean using safe, non-polluting nanoscale fibers to redirect and capture microbes, as well as unwanted biological and chemical matter, thus improving the lifetime filtering capacity of the membrane:

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Ryan Neyland, P.E., Project Manager, and Phil MacClellan, Assistant Project Engineer, recently conducted clearwell tracer studies at the new Long Pond Water Treatment Plant (WTP) in Falmouth, MA. Shown is Phil taking and testing hundreds of samples of water for the tracer chemical sodium fluoride using a spectrophotometer in the WTP laboratory. The Long Pond WTP is approaching Substantial Completion at the end of April 2017 in anticipation of providing water to the Town before Memorial Day.
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