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With at least 70 million baby boomers expected to retire before 2030, according to the Social Security Administration, a significant portion of the...
I had the opportunity in April to attend the Environmental Council of States’ (ECOS) spring meeting, which was held in the grand ole city of...
In 1998, Kentucky Sanitation District No. 1 (SD1) landscaped its Fort Mitchell campus as a 20-acre demonstration of the journey storm water makes...
The Evanston Water Treatment Plant and the city of Evanston, Ill., are like love and marriage in the Frank Sinatra song: You can’t have one without...
Solid-state water meters offer innovative, fully electronic metering technology that is designed to reduce maintenance, improve accuracy and...
The city of Niagara Falls, N.Y., is located on the Niagara River, across from the city of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, and named for the famed...
The Rivanna Water & Sewer Authority (RWSA) in Charlottesville, Va., operates four water resource recovery facilities (formerly called wastewater...
Poisoning conjures up images of evil men sneaking away as unsuspecting victims clutch their throats and fall over dead at the dinner table. The...
In the wake of the crisis in Flint, Mich., this nation’s citizens and public officials have become hyperaware of the critical importance of water...
Small water districts face huge challenges, grappling with the same water quality regulations, ratepayer demands and environmental strictures as...
In 2014, the California Department of Public Health set a new maximum contaminant level (MCL) for hexavalent chromium (chromium-6) in drinking water...
In drought-ridden California, water utilities such as the City of Santa Cruz Water Department (SCWD) are tasked with addressing water supply...
Only 1% of the 1,274 professionals the American Water Works Assn. surveyed in its 2016 State of the Water Industry report believed the water industry...
The American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) will hold its Annual Conference & Exposition June 19 to 22 at McCormick Place West in Chicago. The Opening...
More than 650 million people worldwide live without access to safe drinking water. Sarina Prabasi, chief executive of WaterAid America—an...
Industrial water reuse is gaining ground, and yielding some pretty impactful results. For example, recent applications have proven successful in...
Food and beverage processing is resource-intensive. The industry requires large amounts of water, power and operator time in order to keep producing...
In recent years, the use of high-quality recycled water has been increasing in many regions of the country. In addition to traditional applications...
Maintenance teams focus so much of their time and energy making sure equipment is running smoothly on a daily basis that they often do not have time...
The Colombian state of Antioquia creates much of its clean power from hydroelectric plants along the Guadalupe River. In the case of the Guadalupe IV...

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