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Articles Tagged with water regulations

“A Glass Half Full”

An interview with Enos Inniss, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Ever since Enos Inniss came to MU as an assistant professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering a short time ago, he has kept remarkably busy on various research projects involving water quality and safety.

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The Research Process

From an interview with Enos Inniss, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Enos Inniss describes the process of taking his work from lab-based and pilot scale to real-world and full-scale, a process that allows him to isolate specific variables and raise pertinent questions. “The pilot system is where you start to ask those questions, get those design parameters, in many cases operating parameters, that help you with the operation of the system,” he explains.

What Goes into Water Quality?

From an interview with Enos Inniss, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

When a new water quality regulation is introduced, the makeup of the source water must be compared to the updated requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act in order to determine which substances need to be removed from the water and which need to be added.