The Orange County Water District manages the vast groundwater basin under northern and central Orange County, California, that supplies water to more than 20 cities and water agencies, and serves more than 2.4 million residents.
GA Surge Relief Valves help protect sewer lines in a New Jersey community
Two Bridges Sewerage Authority serves over 40,000 residents and businesses within its 56 square mile catchment area. The past few decades have seen increasing population growth, as the region transitions from a rural to suburban area.
CHECKtronic® Pump Control Valves help control surge at a Rhode Island pump station
The Kent County Water Authority supplies and distributes water services to residential, commercial, industrial, and other consumers in Kent County and parts of Cranston, Scituate, and North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Metal Seated Ball Valves provide rugged dependability at a Georgia raw water pump station
Lake Lanier — formed by Buford Dam holding the Chattahooche and Chestatee Rivers in northern Georgia — is key to providing water to the metropolitan Atlanta area. Approximately 60 percent of Georgia’s population receives drinking water from the...