Right In The Mix

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Right In The Mix

Right In The Mix
January 2011
Treatment Plant Operator Magazine
by Angus W. Stocking, L.S.

Microbiologically induced corrosion (MIC) was a persistent maintenance issue for Miami-Dade (Fla.) Water and Sewer Deapartment (MDWASD). "We spent a lot of money repairing corrosion," says assocate director John Chorlog, P.E. "Over the 20 years, MIC has cost us hundreds of millions of dollars."

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