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Apr 23 2018
Despite a recent uptick in contaminant content, water sourced from the Bay Area does not currently pose any significant threat to human health.…
Apr 19 2018
Following a study conducted by the Water Chemistry and Microbiology group from the Technical University of Valencia, it was discovered that…
Apr 19 2018
Following recent waste dumping, police in Shanxi, China are investigating potential bribes taken by village officials to protect the source of…
Apr 18 2018
The U.S. EPA has completed the Illinois River Watershed Basin and Lake Tenkiller models and released them to the partnering agencies for use. EPA…
Apr 17 2018
The Dynasonics iSonic 4000 flowmeter from Badger Meter is an economical solution for a wide range of open channel flow measurement applications,…
Apr 17 2018
Learn how GridBee AP Series equipment can mix your equalization basin effectively and at a low energy cost. How much can be saved? The project…
Apr 16 2018
Securing remote water and wastewater treatment sites has become easier and more affordable. Bedrock Automation, maker of the award-winning Bedrock…
Apr 16 2018
The U.S. EPA has found itself mired in a public battle with the Colorado mining company Sunnyside Gold Corp. concerning who should foot the bill for…
Apr 13 2018
According to a Chicago Tribune analysis of a 2-year study, hundreds of Chicago homes exhibited heightened levels of lead in their tap water.…

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Left to right, Water & Wastes Digest Designer Jason Kenny, Managing Editor Bob Crossen, Editorial Director Bill Wilson, Associate Editor Amy…
It is hard to believe I’m already preparing and thinking about what Industrial Water & Wastes Digest will be covering in 2018. And in preparation…
Happy ACE17 week! I know many of you have descended upon Philadelphia June 11 to 14 for the American Water Works Assn.'s Conference and Exposition,…
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