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Oregon State University receives $3.28 million for water treatment initiative
Mar 21 2018
Oregon State University (OSU) has launched a new initiative to improve wastewater treatment methods after its College of Engineering was awarded $3....
A human fetus was discovered in a Tennessee water treatment facility
Mar 21 2018
A human fetus was discovered at the Johnson City water treatment facility in Tennessee on March 17, 2018. The fetus was found in a facility intake...
Scientists have developed a new industrial water pollution control material
Mar 20 2018
Scientists have developed a new material that may become the industry standard for reducing wastewater pollution, potentially replacing...
AMI System Provides Near-Real-Time Information With Simple Setup
Mar 20 2018
Advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems benefit utilities by providing near-real-time meter data with the convenience of remote reading....
More than 40% of Michigan industrial facilities exceed water pollution limits
Mar 20 2018
According to a new study executed by Environment Michigan and Frontier Group, more than 40% of Michigan’s major industrial facilities polluted...
Mar 20 2018
Nutrients, metals and carbon components in a liquid can be measured using the colorimetric measuring principle with or without digestion.
New bill would give New Hampshire wastewater permitting power
Mar 19 2018
A new bill would see the state of New Hampshire gain control of its own wastewater permitting processes, switching over from the federal control...
Mar 19 2018
The Keller LevelRat is purpose-built to provide reliable liquid level in conditions that typically foul traditional submersible level transmitters or...
Norwegian researchers to execute annual wastewater analysis for drug use
Mar 19 2018
Norwegian researchers from the Norwegian Institute of Water Research (NIVA) will soon enact their annual search of wastewater for different narcotics...

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