“How can we treat our waste in a safe, sustainable, and cost-effective manner?” That was the question that led the Stevens Point Brewery and the City of Stevens Point to form a partnership for a brewery high-strength receiving station and force main. Donohue designed a solution for this partnership that utilized high-strength brewery waste to feed the City’s anaerobic digesters, resulting in significant savings in operating costs for both parties. The brewery has saved on labor costs, while the City’s electrical usage has decreased because of the reduced organic loading to its aeration system.
We’re proud to announce the addition of two highly experienced engineers to our growing Minneapolis office. Their knowledge and collaborative nature will undoubtedly prove valuable to...
Wishing you joy and peace this holiday season! In the spirit of giving, Donohue has made donations to Water for People, Global Water Stewardship, and Wisconsin Water for the World. These nonprofit organizations provide locally sustainable drinking water, sanitation, and health education programs to individuals in developing countries.
The Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology publication recently featured a paper co-authored by Donohue’s Allen Williams entitled “Ion Exchange-Precipitation for Nutrient Recovery from Dilute Wastewater.”...
The Indiana Water Environment Association's Annual Conference is taking place November 18-20 in Indianapolis and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more here.
The Michigan Water Environment Association's Process Seminar is taking place on November 12 in East Lansing and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more here.
The 30th annual "Conference on the Environment" is taking place on November 4 in Minneapolis and features presentations from Donohue professionals. Learn more at cswea.org.
There’s no denying that Bookworm Gardens is full of beautiful plants, displays, and sculptures based upon children’s literature. But one sculpture in particular is more than meets the eye. A whimsical turtle resting on a tree stump is featured in the new “Water Is Water” display. The tree stump cleverly serves as part of the overflow structure for a new raingarden/biofilter system designed by Donohue to collect stormwater, promote infiltration, and improve water quality.
Terry joins Donohue & Associates with 27 years of innovative process design experience in water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure for small to large facilities. He will serve as a Vice President based out of the Champaign office.
Three years of planning and six months of construction are condensed down to 30 seconds of time-lapse footage of the new 2-million-gallon water storage tank in O’Fallon, Missouri. Earlier this year, construction crews descended upon O’Fallon’s water treatment plant to build a glass-lined steel tank.