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Why Are Cable Parks Popular?

Cable parks are a natural fit for water sports enthusiasts who don't live within an easy driving distance

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How Do Cable Systems in a Cable Park Work?

Most frequently, park designers will set full cable systems up in a circle, which means 

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What Sports Use Cable Parks?

Cable parks are suitable for any surface water sport that doesn't require a boat's wake. 

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What is a Cable Park?

A cable park is an entertainment venue featuring an overhead cable system composed of two or more towers

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Additional Considerations Related to Sludge Management

Practically and philosophically, any discussion of sludge management, particularly the treated sludge from municipal wastewater treatment plants

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Should Sewage Lagoon Liners Be Reinforced?

Although it is standard that geomembranes for water retention are formed or extruded from a single sheet of seamless material

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What Liners are Recommended for Sewage Lagoons?

Perhaps we should start by discussing what is not adequate to meet contemporary specifications for water treatment plants.

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New Developments in Sludge Management

New emphasis on clean water worldwide and improved sanitation procedures in developing countries has altered prospects for regulation of sewage sludge 

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Sludge Management in the European Union

The European Parliament issued a directive on sewage sludge management in November 2008, known as the Waste Framework Directive. 

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What Happens to the Sludge in Wastewater Treatment

Modern sewage treatment means that raw sewage is rarely released directly into the earth’s water supplies anymore

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The Different Types of Sewage Treatment

Breaking down raw sewage requires the addition of bacteria. Although the bacteria can be harmful to human health

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The History of Wastewater Treatment

Even though a primitive box toilet is said to have been invented in 1596, the first patent for a flush toilet was issued in 1775

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The Definition of Sludge

Sludge, a semi-solid slurry, is produced by a wide variety of industrial processes, including oil and gas drilling, wastewater treatment or

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What is Sludge Management?

The Environmental Protection Agency definition of Sludge is “any solid, semisolid or liquid waste generated from a municipal, commercial, or industrial wastewater treatment plant

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Harvesting Rainwater for Use During California Droughts: What is the Difference Between Detention and Retention Ponds?

Between a growing agricultural sector and an ever-expanding population, California’s need for water is getting bigger all the time. 

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How are Pond Liners Affected by California’s Climate and Soil Conditions?

Every region is unique—but California’s Central Valley is among the most unique

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Types of Liners for Rainwater Collection and Storage Systems

Rainwater collection and storage is one way that people in California

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Types of Rainwater Harvesting Systems

If rainwater harvesting and storage is one of the key solutions to help agricultural producers work through California’s notable drought periods

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Crops and Water Preservation in California

We’ve established that capturing and storing rainwater is one of the key ways that California can address water shortage issues during drought times

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Rainwater Harvesting During California Drought Periods

Rainwater harvesting may prove a vital solution in drought-prone areas like California. 

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Droughts in California

Of all the regions in the United States, there are only a handful of places where droughts are common

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Is an Irrigation Reservoir the Right Solution?

Building an irrigation pond isn’t a casual, spur-of-the moment undertaking.

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Using Farm Ponds to Extend a Limited Water Supply

Sometimes the issue isn’t a simple, steady lack of rain. 

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More Best Practices to Conserve Farm Water

Conservation tillage is defined as any minimal tillage system that leaves enough crop residue behind to cover at least 30% of the soil surface. 

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Ten Best Practices to Conserve Farm Water

t the most basic level, the only realistic way to evaluate whether water-saving strategies are working is to directly monitor usage.

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