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Water Research Center:
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See what our researchers are up to at the Water Research Center.

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Lab Area

Water Research Center lab area.

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Testing Water

Water Research Center testing water.

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pH of a Solution

Ben Pakzadeh, senior civil and environmental engineer, Southern Research Institute, is recording the results of total suspended solids measurements for the FGD wastewater in the lab logbook.

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Suspended Solids

Jay Renew, senior environmental engineer, Southern Research Institute, is adjusting the pH of a solution.

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Adjusting the pH

(L to R) Ben Pakzadeh, senior civil and environmental engineer, Southern Research Institute, is centrifuging a sample, and Jay Renew, senior environmental engineer, Southern Research Institute, is adjusting the pH of a solution.

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Thermosyphon Pilot Unit

(L to R) Ben Pakzadeh, senior civil and environmental engineer, Southern Research Institute, is adjusting a valve while Jay Renew, senior environmental engineer, Southern Research Institute, adjusts the controls on the Thermosyphon pilot unit.

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Water Research Center

Jay Renew, senior environmental engineer, Southern Research Institute, is adjusting the pH of a solution.

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Evapco Pilot Unit

Arrival of the Evapco pilot unit.

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Electrostatic Precipitator

The Wet Electrostatic Precipitator under construction.

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Plant Bowen Activities

Cassie Willingham, engineer, Plant Bowen, discusses the day's activities with contractors.

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Did You Know?

Did You Know?

Georgia Power withdraws 1.3 billion gallons of water per day from public waterways to generate electricity and returns 90 percent (or 1.1 billion gallons).