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May 1 2019
Before I was the managing editor for Water & Wastes Digest, I worked for its sister publication, Water Quality Products in 2016 and 2017. At the…
Certification director for the California-Nevada Section of American Water Works Association Yan Zhang discusses a certification program for drinking water treatment and wastewater treatment operators in California
Certification director for the California-Nevada Section of American Water Works Association Yan Zhang discusses a certification program for drinking water treatment and wastewater treatment operators in California.
Apr 8 2019
 The Advanced Water Treatment Operator (AWTO) certification program is under development by the California-Nevada Section (CA-NV) of American Water…
De Nora acquires Neptune Enterprises, LLC, forming De Nora Neptune, LLC
De Nora acquires Neptune Enterprises, LLC, forming De Nora Neptune, LLC.
Apr 5 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
An ex water plant owner in West Virginia has admitting to discharging untreated sewage into the Potomac River, violating the Clean Water Act
An ex water plant owner in West Virginia has admitting to discharging untreated sewage into the Potomac River, violating the Clean Water Act.
Apr 5 2019
A former owner of a West Virginia water treatment plant admits to discharging untreated sewage into the Potomac River. According to the Associated…
A water plant in Hamburg, Iowa, has been forced to shut down due to flooding
A water plant in Hamburg, Iowa, has been forced to shut down due to flooding
Mar 19 2019
In Hamburg, Iowa, the city’s water plant has fallen victim of one of the floods of 2019. According to KMA News, city officials were forced to shut…
State senator tours Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc.
State senator tours Advanced Drainage Systems, Inc.
Mar 15 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
 A water technology company saved thousands of gallons of water as part of a government study to find alternative technologies to conserve energy and water
A water technology company saved thousands of gallons of water as part of a government study to find alternative technologies to conserve energy and water.
Mar 15 2019
Dynamic Water Technologies saved thousands of gallons of water and cut operating costs at a federal building in Georgia as part of a government study…
 Pit water in Butte, Mont., could be pumped into SIlver Bow Creek at the end of this month
Pit water in Butte, Mont., could be pumped into SIlver Bow Creek at the end of this month.
Mar 7 2019
In Butte, Mont., the toxic water steadily rising in Butte’s Berkeley Pit will be pumped out and cleaned. “For the first time in 30 years, the pit won…
In Birmingham, Ala., toxic gas at a water treatment plant has sent 55 workers to the hospital
In Birmingham, Ala., toxic gas at a water treatment plant has sent 55 workers to the hospital.
Feb 28 2019
On the morning of Feb. 27, toxic gas at a water treatment plant in Alabama sent dozens of people to the hospital. According to Fox News, a chemical…
Coachella Valley Water District receives multiple awards
Coachella Valley Water District receives multiple awards.
Feb 22 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
Feb 4 2019
Throughout history, one of society’s core responsibilities has been to provide clean, running water. In the ancient world, Rome was the most…
Feb 4 2019
The chief operator for a 6-million-gal-per-day (mgd) surface water treatment plant reported enhanced safety regarding chlorine gas for disinfection…
 An Oregon state board has approved $120 million in publicly issued bonds to help finance a $600 million water treatment project at Intel
An Oregon state board has approved $120 million in publicly issued bonds to help finance a $600 million water treatment project at Intel.
Jan 28 2019
In Oregon, a state board has approved $120 million in publicly issued bonds to help finance a $600 million water treatment project at Intel.…
The City of Longmont has begun construction on its Biogas Treatment and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Fueling Station Project
The City of Longmont has begun construction on its Biogas Treatment and Renewable Natural Gas Fueling Station Project.
Jan 25 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
An NACE International report identifies aging water infrastructure as a threat to public health and recommends the adoption of Corrosion Management Systems as an immediate solution
An NACE International report identifies aging water infrastructure as a threat to public health and recommends the adoption of Corrosion Management Systems as an immediate solution.
Jan 18 2019
NACE International has released its Spotlight on Corrosion Report: The Critical Need for Corrosion Management in the Water Treatment Sector.…
The International Desalination Association handbook reports project that 2019 will see the most growth in seawater desalination since the late 2000s
The International Desalination Association handbook reports project that 2019 will see the most growth in seawater desalination since the late 2000s.
Jan 14 2019
The International Desalination Association (IDA) and Global Water Intelligence (GWI) have released the latest market overview for the worldwide…
Ensure the sensor flow cell is level.
Ensure the sensor flow cell is level.
Jan 9 2019
Ensuring that pathogen-free water is provided to customers is one of the most important functions of a water treatment plant. Accurate turbidity…
Bob Crossen Headshot
Bob Crossen, managing editor of WWD.
Jan 8 2019
Between November and December, I had the privilege to visit two manufacturing facilities for original equipment manufacturers within the water and…
A semiconductor chip manufacturer determined that blending chemicals on-site would be more cost-effective for its operations, so it sought a complete system from a manufacturer.
A semiconductor chip manufacturer determined that blending chemicals on-site would be more cost-effective for its operations, so it sought a complete system from a manufacturer.
Jan 7 2019
For equipment designers in processing industries, there are aspects of any system that are more functional in nature, yet still critical. This…
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