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Earlier this month, the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Assn. (WWEMA) held its 42nd Washington Forum in our nation’s capital, with...

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

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From weather advisories to water and sewer bills, ways to save water, customer service, general news and watershed protection, most water systems...

Like so many other states across the country, New Jersey faces century-old infrastructure problems coupled with lack of financial resources needed...

Water & Wastes Digest’s sister publication Storm Water Solutions is gearing up to deliver its fourth-annual...

The city of San José, Calif., Environmental Services Department is taking recycled water a step further to help conserve precious drinking water...

How many times each day do you rely on immediate access to clean, safe water? If you’re like me, it’s a lot. Recently I kept track of a day in the...

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), household leaks can waste more than 1 trillion gal of water annually nationwide....

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) FY 2016 budget proposal of $8.6 billion is $452 million above the agency’s enacted funding level for...

In recent years, as public funds have become tighter and the need for infrastructure improvements has expanded, governments and utilities have...

In 2010, the city of Burlington, Iowa, selected American Water Resources, a subsidiary of American Water, to deliver a sewer and water line...

Four years ago I landed back in Washington, D.C. (from a great stay in Arizona) and into the warm embrace of the U.S. Water Alliance (USWA), the...

In December I had the opportunity to attend the AMTA Technology Transfer Workshop in Keystone, Colo. Between sessions, attendees had a chance to...

Despite all the talk about water conservation, a large number of utilities around the country still rely on a flat rate system to deliver water to...

I read with some interest today the Senate’s Friday, Jan. 16, dialogue on approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline, specifically with regard to three...

The increasing demand for water and concerns for reliable availability are driving water intensive industries such as petrochemical, food and...

Aside from aging infrastructure and limited funding, the municipal water and wastewater sector currently is ill-prepared for the departure of a...

Water & Wastes Digest's Top Projects Award Program is designed to...

This month marks the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), a law that has had far-reaching effects on the water and...

Over the past few years, advances in fracking technology have strengthened the U.S. reserves of natural gas.

According to the Energy...

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