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Jan 20 2012
The launch of the International Water Summit was announced collaboratively by the Abu Dhabi government, Masdar and the International Water Assn. (IWA…
Jan 17 2012
After a surprise algae bloom impacted the taste and odor of the drinking water in the city of Westminster, Colo., before any of the testing…
Jan 13 2012
Rockets in the early part of the 20th century were found only in science fiction. It was not until the onset of World War II that a few pioneering…
Jan 13 2012
The ultraviolet (UV) industry welcomes a new line of products to the drinking water market courtesy of LUMINOR Environmental Inc. Myron Lupal, a…
Dec 14 2011
In November 2009, AdEdge Water Technologies LLC was contacted by Great West Eng. to provide an arsenic and iron removal system for the Gore Hill…
Dec 13 2011
A new, low-cost spray nozzle THM removal system for medium and small tanks can help municipalities with limited budget comply with the U.S.…
Nov 9 2011
CBI Polymers Inc., the U.S.-based innovator of DeconGel nuclear decontaminant, announced the collaborative effort to remediate radiation from the…
Oct 25 2011
The Ovivo Carrousel UNR System offered in 2011 can meet the most stringent nutrient removal requirements in the U.S. without chemicals. Today’s…
Oct 6 2011
This machine removes debris and inorganic solids from municipal, industrial and septic tank sludges. This heavy-duty machine incorporates the Raptor…
Sep 12 2011
The swirling controversy over eutrophication and nutrients is prompting a stormy debate over federal and state power-sharing, but the solution to the…
Nov 15 2010
The SORB 09 system is designed to treat fluoride contamination in groundwater. With capacities ranging from 100 to 3,000 gpm, systems feature a…
Jul 26 2010
SolarBee mixers are designed to solve wastewater quality problems including odor control, EPA discharge permit violations and high energy costs.…
Investigating Drain Field Rehabilitation
Optimizing the performance of onsite wastewater systems.
Apr 6 2006
The septic system, once thought of as a temporary solution for the treatment of domestic wastewater, is still the best choice for individual…
Mar 7 2005
Your water might be safer, but your home is at risk of potential water damage caused by the possible failure of state-mandated copper piping, warns…
Feb 25 2005
A ship’s captain recently pled guilty to charges he obstructed justice by advising crew members to destroy and conceal from U.S. Coast Guard…
Feb 15 2005
The EPA’s National Homeland Security Research Center (NHSRC), headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, has signed an interagency agreement with the…
Dec 21 2004
Collecting drug data from pharmacies and emergency rooms could give public health officials a heads-up to tainted water problems. In 2001, 7,000…
Dec 20 2004
The former manager of Walkerton, Ont.’s utilities commission was jailed for one year today for his role in the 2000 tainted-water tragedy, while his…
Nov 23 2004
In two weeks, the state Department of Environmental Conservation will start removing the chemical perchloroethylene (PERC), from the soil at a former…
Nov 9 2004
Dozens of northeastern Illinois communities are stripping their drinking water of cancer-causing radium, only to dump the radioactive element back…
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