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Every year Water & Wastes Digest supports future water and wastewater
professionals through the WWEMA/WWD 2011...

Last month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it had withdrawn the proposed rule that would have revised effluent...

Public awareness about water management and conservation starts at an early age with the help of children's award programs, such as the 26th...

Managing Editor Caitlin Cunningham and I are in Phoenix for the 26th Annual WateReuse Symposium. Water reuse and recycling continues to be an...

Water & Wastes Digest is happy to announce the debut of its new website and weekly newsletter....

Last week I traveled to Israel as part of the Water and Energy Environmental USA Press Tour.

During my trip I had the opportunity to tour...
Reverse osmosis has come a long way since its first successful salt rejection application in 1959.
Critics of RO desalination have...
Pumping requirements vary from application to application—that’s a no-brainer—but it is easy
to overlook the fact that they also...
More cities across the U.S. are considering selling municipal water and sewer systems to
private companies due to shrinking budgets...
From weather advisories to water and sewer bills, ways to save water, customer service,
general news and watershed protection, most...
“Comprehensive asset management helps utilities identify needs and plan future
investment.” In theory this statement is absolutely...

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