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State-of-the-Art Water Filtration Demonstration Project
The state-of-the-art water filtration demonstration project at Reed Street Yards is set to start its first season of operation. The lively water feature pumps dirty canal water through a Watertronics Portable Ultra-Filtration unit, aerates it through a series of cascading streams, then delivers clean water back into the Menomonee Canal. The system cleans 15,000 gallons of canal water each day using ultra-filtration technology to clean the water to the 0.01 micron (virus) level. The system incorporates triple redundancy using UF filtration, UV light and residual chlorine disinfection. This demonstration project is intended to showcase state-of-the-art water filtration technology that can be used for disaster relief, surface water clarification, well water clarification, Cryptosporidium and Giardia removal and wastewater reuse.
 
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Ohio Tough on Invasive Species Issues - People who dump quagga mussels, snakeheads and other invasive species into Ohio's waterways would face criminal penalties, under legislation being considered in the Ohio House. HB 396 would prohibit the possession, sale or introduction of quagga and zebra mussels, rusty crayfish, snakeheads and certain carp, among other species.


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