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Water & Power Technologies, Inc. (WPT) is a leader in the supply of high purity water treatment systems and is a division of Degrémont through its parent company Suez Environnement.

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SAN PEDRO BREAKWATER A TESTAMENT TO 100-YEAR-OLD ENGINEERING FEAT

Port Operation | December 27, 2016

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When the first barge-load of rock was dumped in 1899 to begin building San Pedro’s breakwater, some 10,000 to 15,000 people gathered near Plaza Park and Point Fermin to witness the event. According to an account in the book “San Pedro A Pictorial History,” the spectators ate a free barbecue lunch as they endured a sales pitch from the real estate salesmen who organized the celebration....

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WESTECH ENGINEERING EMPLOYEES DONATE WATER PURIFICATION FILTERS TO HURRICANE MATTHEW VICTIMS

businessreviewusa | December 14, 2016

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Employee-owned wastewater treatment solutions provider, WesTech Engineering, is leading an initiative to provide clean drinking water for Haiti citizens who have been affected by Hurricane Matthew....

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BOIL WATER ADVISORY ISSUED FOR SOME AIKEN CITY RESIDENTS

Wrdw | September 14, 2016

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According to the City of Aiken Engineering and Utilities Department, the advisory was issued for customers affected by the break who lost water pressure. In addition, customers who observe cloudy water should not consume it and run water until its clear. Once it is clear, it is safe to drink....

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CITY: TREE ROOT TO BLAME FOR WATER MAIN BREAK ON PARK AVENUE

Aiken Engineering | January 09, 2017

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A tree root is to blame for Sunday's water main break that closed a section of Park Avenue in Aiken, according to Aiken City officials. Park Avenue S.E., between Kershaw and Sumter streets, was closed Sunday to traffic because of a water main break. The road was expected to reopen late Monday....

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SAN PEDRO BREAKWATER A TESTAMENT TO 100-YEAR-OLD ENGINEERING FEAT

Port Operation | December 27, 2016

When the first barge-load of rock was dumped in 1899 to begin building San Pedro’s breakwater, some 10,000 to 15,000 people gathered near Plaza Park and Point Fermin to witness the event. According to an account in the book “San Pedro A Pictorial History,” the spectators ate a free barbecue lunch as they endured a sales pitch from the real estate salesmen who organized the celebration....

Read More
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WESTECH ENGINEERING EMPLOYEES DONATE WATER PURIFICATION FILTERS TO HURRICANE MATTHEW VICTIMS

businessreviewusa | December 14, 2016

Employee-owned wastewater treatment solutions provider, WesTech Engineering, is leading an initiative to provide clean drinking water for Haiti citizens who have been affected by Hurricane Matthew....

Read More
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BOIL WATER ADVISORY ISSUED FOR SOME AIKEN CITY RESIDENTS

Wrdw | September 14, 2016

According to the City of Aiken Engineering and Utilities Department, the advisory was issued for customers affected by the break who lost water pressure. In addition, customers who observe cloudy water should not consume it and run water until its clear. Once it is clear, it is safe to drink....

Read More
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CITY: TREE ROOT TO BLAME FOR WATER MAIN BREAK ON PARK AVENUE

Aiken Engineering | January 09, 2017

A tree root is to blame for Sunday's water main break that closed a section of Park Avenue in Aiken, according to Aiken City officials. Park Avenue S.E., between Kershaw and Sumter streets, was closed Sunday to traffic because of a water main break. The road was expected to reopen late Monday....

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