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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Celebrates the Opening of the Duperon Learning Center for Children with Special Needs


Ghana, Africa — July 16, 2023 — The Duperon Learning Center, which provides support services for developmentally disabled children aged 8-25, celebrated their grand opening with a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on July 16, 2023, from 2 to 4 p.m. The opening of the Center is much awaited and welcomed as the demand for services to meet… Continue reading

Featured – WaterOnline.com – Ready For The Storm: Bar Screens That Are At Their Best During Nature’s Worst


Pump stations play a critical role in keeping communities safe from flooding during storms. This is particularly true of those situated near coasts, rivers, and lakes. Bar screens and trashrakes are commonly employed to protect these pumps, but not just any screen will work in these scenarios. With this in mind, Duperon has developed its… Continue reading

Featured – WaterOnline.com – Relieving The Pressures Of ‘Flushable Wipe’ Clogs In Public Sewers


The adage about the three most important factors in real estate value — location, location, location — carries a certain degree of truth for wastewater collection systems as well. How close to the source of problematic clogging materials a debris handling solution is installed can be just as important as how efficiently that solution neutralizes… Continue reading

Featured – WaterOnline.com – How To Increase The Lifespan Of Your Bar Screen Without Replacing It


Most bar screen and raking systems are expected to last 10 to 25 years before needing replacement. As components wear, and steel corrodes, wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) have to choose between replacing parts and specifying a new system. Both situations can present a serious challenge. For example, replacing parts may seem more cost-effective in the… Continue reading

Featured – WaterOnline.com – Adaptability Comes To A Head With Wastewater Screening Technology


Effective wastewater screening during normal flow looks very different from screening during peak flow events. Under most circumstances, however, it isn’t possible to address both effectively. As such, engineers and municipalities design their screening with peak flow in mind. This means debris bypass or larger screen opening sizes and slower scraper speeds, a compromise that… Continue reading

Featured – WaterOnline.com – New Bar Screen Design Targets Heavy Vegetation In Waterways


Keeping loose vegetation out of a waterway is a common purpose for nearly every trashrack. As vegetation accumulates on a screen, it can cause blinding and lead to head loss. In applications with heavy vegetation, large floating mats can be particularly problematic. There are a lot of trashrack designs that have capabilities to address vegetation,… Continue reading

Duperon Corporation Awarded ISO 9001:2015 Certification – Wastewater solutions provider takes the lead on quality management


Duperon Corporation, a near 40-year old screening and solids handling equipment manufacturer, has been awarded International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Certification for its systems and processes under ISO 9001:2015. This marked the company’s first ISO audit, which it completed with zero findings. The ISO is a global leader in developing standards across industries to keep… Continue reading

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