If there is a state that knows a thing or two about water, it’s Florida. The state contends with hurricanes that dump heavy rainfalls in short amounts of time, two massive coastlines, world-famous beaches, the Everglades, and many canals.
Cost Effective Pump Repair Water District Pump Repair Project MWI Pumps handles many clients across the U.S., and when a water district approached MWI to repair a continually failing pump, the team jumped at the chance to solve the problem. The client…
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Moving Water Industries (www.mwicorp.com) announced today that they had won a competitive request for proposal and had signed a major contract with the Bureau of Reclamation of the United States Department of the Interior to furnish pumps and motors for the Red Bluff Pumping Plant and Fish Screen Project located in Red Bluff, California in Tehama County.
Engineers took the first steps Thursday to closing the 700-foot levee breach that flooded New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and Louisiana state officials said water removal from the stricken city could begin by Saturday.
Engineers have begun pumping water out of New Orleans, eight days after the Louisiana city was submerged by the deadly Hurricane Katrina.
As officials deal with the large human crisis from Hurricane Katrina, the Army Corps of Engineers is working on a plan to get rid of the floodwaters drowning New Orleans.
If any company has been molded and shaped over the years by nature’s wrath, it’s been MWI Pumps of Deerefield Beach, Fla.
When the worst drought in years threatened the lifeline of water to the burgeoning population of Southern Florida, threatening countless farms and cities, South Florida Water Management District managers installed a new pumping system to overcome the challenge.
With no substantial rain and only glorious sunshine in the forecast, the Everglades demanded emergency human measures on Wednesday to drown one of the largest muck fires in recent years and stifle the acrid smoke pouring over South Florida communities each morning.