The Dorothy B. Bunce Elementary School in Pavilion, New York, serves kindergarten through 5th grade students in the Pavilion Central School District. In August, the school underwent an evaluation of their current hydronic system and determined it was becoming less efficient and needed to be replaced. To help assess its needs, the school brought in
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In the heart of New York’s Hudson Valley sits the scenic Quaker Hill Country Club, voted a “Top 25 Nine-Hole Course in America” by GolfWorld Magazine. Founded by adventurer, traveler, and broadcaster Lowell Thomas in 1940, the nine-hole golf course was created by famed designer Robert Trent Jones. One of Quaker Hill’s most famous guests
Stainless steel submersible pumps preserve historical site It’s not every day that a company has an opportunity to help save the last of the remaining Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. When the Egyptian Antiquities Authority (EAA) determined that the groundwater levels at the Pyramids Plateau were too shallow and threatened the longevity of the
How often do we hear the term ‘built to last’? Today, the term ‘built to last’ to some manufacturers simply means, lasting until the newest model comes to market. It goes without saying that many products nowadays are manufactured with planned obsolescence instead of being built for a lifetime of service. Such is not the
Thanks to an innovative tertiary treatment package from Xylem Inc., the city of Galesburg, Illinois, has been providing residents with a very innovative, green and economical solution to their wastewater needs since 2010. In 2008, the city was seeking an economical way to improve their wastewater treatment needs and reduce Total Suspended Solids (TSS) concentrations,
Ningbo Metro Plan 2015, Ningbo, China The city of Ningbo subway system, located in the China province of Zhejiang, is among the most convenient and fastest modes of transportation in the city. With a population of 7.6 million people, the city and surrounding municipality is one of the most developed areas in the province and
Recently, the California community of Lamont was left high and dry without running water for more than a week. Now, water is once again flowing for residents, thanks to the help of Western Hydro Corp. and Xylem’s Goulds Water Technology. When the lone well that served 65 families ran dry in early March and left
Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pennsylvania, is a high-quality health care facility that provides services to over 2 million residents on a yearly basis. The medical center was recently named a Thompson Reuter’s Top 100 Hospital as well as a Magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. A Magnet hospital designation identifies the top
Standard Xchange heat exchangers are part of a cool new technology that turns waste products and cheap feedstock into homemade ethanol fuel for cars. The MicroFueler (left) lets homeowners and small businesses turn feedstock like cheap sugar into clean-burning ethanol fuel, using Standard Xchange heat exchangers (right). The MicroFueler from E-Fuel looks like a typical gas
Children’s Memorial Hospital of Chicago is one of the premier medical facilities in the country. It comes as no surprise that only the best partners would be invited to construct the hospital’s new location, the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
Xylem and its ACFire brand host an accredited day of classroom and hands-on fire pump training for Chicago Fire Department Fire Prevention Bureau Inspectors. The side-by-side live burn of 2 mocked-up home living rooms–one equipped with a home fire sprinkler system, and the other with only smoke alarms–was a new feature of this year’s training,
A country perched on a beautiful coastline just across the Adriatic Sea from Italy, Montenegro has been experiencing a steady growth in both tourism and population following the Bosnian War in the mid 1990s. However, this increased popularity has also placed increased demand on their fresh water supply. This is especially true during the summer