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Colorado has suffered a 17% increase of oil and gas spills throughout 2017
Jan 15 2018
The state of Colorado saw a 17% increase in oil and gas industry spills throughout 2017, following two years of decline. The state received reports...
Singapore to use robotic swans to monitor raw water quality in reservoirs
Jan 15 2018
Singapore has begun to utilize robotic swans to assess raw water quality at various reservoirs scattered about the city-state. The five robots are...
Egypt to construct largest ever water treatment plant
Jan 12 2018
To prevent future water shortages, Egypt will construct the country’s largest ever water treatment plant, according to President Abdel-Fattah el-...
Jerome Devillers is interviewed about the state of the water industry
Jan 11 2018
The Mazars USA 2017 Water Survey offers information the water industry is looking for: insight into the current state of the industry and how it may...
Erin Boudreaux writes on infrastructure and population growth in Sioux Falls
Jan 11 2018
Sioux Falls is the largest city in South Dakota and growing larger each day. In 2016, the city’s population increased by 5,200 people to a current...
Jeff B. Jensen writes on Canadian community using automatic flushing unit
Jan 11 2018
The Cape Breton Regional Municipal (CBRM) Water Utility in Nova Scotia supplies potable water to a population of 81,000 over 478 miles of pipeline....
Joshua Herchl writes on the enhancement of sanitary sewer pump stations
Jan 11 2018
Today’s utilities often find that existing pump stations do not have the necessary power or capacity to meet demand. Frequent breakdowns and...
The WWD team recounts their top project site visits in Arizona
Jan 11 2018
After evaluating all the 2017 Water & Wastes Digest Top Projects, it became clear to WWD staff that Arizona was an epicenter for great projects...
Wyoming craft brewery prompts new wastewater ordinance
Jan 11 2018
A brewery located outside Ten Sleep, Wyo., has prompted the City Council to implement new wastewater ordinance procedures so it may accommodate...

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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,...
Here at W&WD, we realize you don't always have time to stop and smell the roses, let alone make time for any more legwork than already required...