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Haiyan, one of the most powerful typhoons, swept through the Philippines last Friday, affecting at least 2 million people in 41 provinces, and...

According to a recent Wisconsin State Journal report, the Madison Water Utility has proposed a 22% rate increase for next year to cover...

The preliminary results of Water & Wastes Digest’s 2013 State of the Industry report are in and more than seven in 10 respondents (71...

They say information is power, but in today’s world, we have access to almost too much information.

I just typed the word “water” into...

For the fifth consecutive year, Water & Wastes Digest recognized industry-specific projects featuring innovative upgrades and notable...

For those studying or...

Thousands of water professionals arrived for day one of the exhibit portion of WEFTEC.13 at...

Last week WWEMA held its annual Finance & Contract Administration Council event in...

Pumps are involved in nearly every aspect of modern living, and...

While e-mail, conference calls, social media and various other forms of communication are helpful for building and maintaining professional...

The Water & Wastes Digest Top Water and Wastewater Projects award program deadline is just four days away—Aug. 30, 2013. Don’t miss...

This summer, as part of WWEMA’s strategic planning process, we sent out a member survey to learn the top concerns of today’s water and wastewater...

Regulatory compliance and funding generally tend to be top of mind for the majority of water professionals.

Other key concerns typically...

In July, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) released preliminary results from its study on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the Marcellus Shale...

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Every year Water & Wastes Digest supports future water and wastewater professionals through the WWEMA/WWD Scholarship, by awarding $1...

American financier Martin Levin once said of negotiations, “If you’re going to skin a cat, don’t keep it as a house cat.”

His point:...

The use of reclaimed water for irrigation and other purposes has been employed as a water conservation practice for many years. Consumers are...

From notable system improvements and rehabs, to complete overhauls and brand-new facilities, there is no project too small or too ordinary. Our...

Water’s increasing importance in the industrial arena is difficult to ignore, as is the ever-growing urgency to protect this precious resource....

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