EPA Issues Engineering Grant for Drinking Water Research

May 17, 2018

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Virginia Tech Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Marc Edwards, Ph.D. and his colleagues at Louisiana State University and North Carolina State University were awarded the grant, which will be distributed over a period of three years. Edwards rose to prominence in 2016 during the height of the water contamination crisis in Flint, Michigan.

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DXP/Quadna was founded as a fluid-handling distributor more than 34 years ago. Today, the Phoenix, Ariz.– based company has nine branches in six states and Mexico, and is one of the leading suppliers of fluid handling systems in the U.S. Quadna is recognized globally for its system application expertise.

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Autodesk Forge Examples

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COVID-19: Construction Companies and Others Help with PPE

Article | April 21, 2020

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DXP/Quadna

DXP/Quadna was founded as a fluid-handling distributor more than 34 years ago. Today, the Phoenix, Ariz.– based company has nine branches in six states and Mexico, and is one of the leading suppliers of fluid handling systems in the U.S. Quadna is recognized globally for its system application expertise.

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