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February 24, 2015

Donohue Participates in 36th Annual IWEA Conference

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Donohue’s Craig Heisel, PE, Joseph Pisula, PE, and Kendra Sveum, PE are among the presenters featured at the 36th annual conference and exposition held by the Illinois Water Environment Association (IWEA) on February 23-25 in Champaign, IL. Craig is a process engineer from Donohue’s South Bend, IN office and has two presentations; the first is “How Much Selector Zone Mixing Energy is Enough?” and the second is “Getting “Bang for Your Buck” – Maximizing Wet Weather Full Treatment Capacity.” Joseph is a vice president from Donohue’s Champaign, IL office and his presentation is “Enhanced Sludge Thickening at Decatur.” Kendra is process engineer from Donohue’s Chicago, IL office and her presentation is “How Aeration Basin Configurations Impact Nutrients, Aeration, and Biomass Health.”

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February 3, 2015

Donohue Marks 18 Years

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From its modest beginnings in downtown Sheboygan, Donohue & Associates is marking its 18th year in providing water, wastewater, transportation, and stormwater engineering solutions to municipal, county, state, and industrial clients. During that time, Donohue has grown from 7 employees to nearly 100 engineers and specialists across five Midwest states.

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January 21, 2015

Cassity to Present at Wastewater Administrators Conference

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Donohue’s Nathan Cassity is one of the presenters featured at the upcoming Wastewater Administrators Conference held by the Michigan Water Environment Association on January 22-23. Nathan’s presentation titled “Low Level DO Operations: Impact on Energy, Nutrients, and Ecology” examines two full scale facilities that operate consistently under low DO (dissolved oxygen) conditions (DO setpoints less than 1 mg/L): the Trinity River Authority (TRA) Central Regional Wastewater System (CRWS) Treatment Plant in Texas and the Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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January 20, 2015

Challenging the Limits of Technology

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An article by Donohue’s Eric Lynne, Leon Downing, and Bill Marten in the January 2015 issue of “WE&T” magazine examines the expectations for disc filtration systems...

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November 21, 2014

Operator Essentials: What Every Operator Should Know About Biological Nutrient Removal

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In the October 2014 issue of “WE&T” (Water Environment & Technology) magazine is an article by Donohue’s Bill Marten that has been garnering considerable praise from...

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November 18, 2014

Donohue Staff Presenting at Water Association Conferences

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The Central States Water Environment Association and the Indiana Water Environment Association are holding their annual conferences this week...

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October 15, 2014

Simpson Featured in “Stay Tuned” Episode on Water Infrastructure

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Communities throughout the United States are facing a potential water crisis due to aging infrastructure; in many cases this infrastructure is over 100 years old. Kelly...

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October 9, 2014

Cassity to Present at MWEA Sustainable Energy Seminar

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The Michigan Water Environment Association (MWEA) has a newly formed Sustainable Energy Committee which consists of members interested in energy matters related to water and wastewater...

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October 8, 2014

CSWEA Global Initiative: Piedras Blancas, Costa Rica

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The Central States Water Environment Association (CSWEA) has launched a Global Initiative program to help solve water treatment and environmental issues around the world. The program’s chairperson is Donohue’s Eric Lynne. The first project that the Initiative has undertaken is addressing the wastewater treatment challenges in the small community of Piedras Blancas, Costa Rica.

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October 8, 2014

Plant Profile: Western Lake Superior Sanitary District WWTF

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The Western Lake Superior Sanitary District (WLSSD) wastewater treatment facility is the featured Plant Profile in the Fall 2014 issue of the “Central States Water” magazine. The WLSSD was established in 1971 and has a cultivated a reputation for innovative pollution prevention strategies while serving 17 Duluth area communities and four large industrial customers on the western edge of Lake Superior.

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