Coronavirus COVID-19

The coronavirus COVID-19 swept through China and Italy killing thousands. It spread across the globe resulting in the World Health Organization declaring the virus a global pandemic. Water treatment plants and wastewater treatment plants both are resilient to this virus in the same way they are resilient to other coronaviruses like SARS and MERS. 

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May 28 2020
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Community Benefits Director Ronak Okoye explains the though process and purpose behind its emergency…
May 26 2020
American Public Works Association 2019-2020 President Bill Spearman and CEO Scott Grayson talk about the challenges the coronavirus has posed for the…
May 20 2020
Coronavirus. Coronavirus. Coronavirus. It has dominated the news cycle for the better part of the past two months, and it looks as though it will…
May 18 2020
The U.S. House approved the latest approximate $3 trillion COVID-19 (coronavirus) relief package.  This is one of four separate measures created to…
May 14 2020
COVID-19 swept across the globe in late 2019 and early 2020, resulting in events cancellations, business closures, and project delays, among other…
May 13 2020
The House of Representatives introduced a new stimulus bill, the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act, or the "HEROES Act,"…
May 12 2020
Liberty Lake, Washington’s wastewater treatment plant has noticed thinner bacteria colonies that aid sewage treatment, reported the Spokesman-Review…
May 11 2020
WEF President Jackie Jarrell and WEF Executive Director Walt Marlowe announced in a WEFTEC 2020 Coronavirus Update Post that WEFTEC will continue to…
May 4 2020
Both chambers of Congress are moving ahead on water infrastructure legislation. The bills reauthorize legislation on water resource development and…
Apr 30 2020
Bungard and Muz Moeller, of Ghost Brewing, have teamed up and launched the New Zealand Beer Exchange in the wake of the COVID-19 (coronavirus)…
Apr 29 2020
During this time of uncertainty, I hope that I can provide some information to help you all guide decisions throughout 2020. In late March to early…
Apr 29 2020
WEF’s WEFTEC is still being held this year, according to an Apr. 28, 2020 WEF press release. WEFTEC, originally scheduled for Oct. 3-7, 2020, in New…
Apr 28 2020
In the midst of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the production of ethanol plants is decreasing, so the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) they…
Apr 27 2020
President Trump signed legislation providing $484 billion to replenish the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and provide more funding for COVID-19 (…
Apr 24 2020
AWWA’s COVID-19 Response Bob Crossen: So what has been AWWA's response to COVID-19. How has the organization been affected by it internally,…
Apr 24 2020
Wrangler Surpasses Global Water Goal with More Than 7 Billion Liters Saved Since 2008 In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Wrangler…
Apr 21 2020
Dwindling supplies of carbon dioxide from ethanol plants are sparking concern about shortages of beer, soda and seltzer water.  Ethanol, which is…
Apr 20 2020
Recent testing conducted at all of the sewer treatment plants operated by Lake County Special Districts have revealed the presence of the virus that…
Apr 17 2020
In this month's episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, Lauren Del Ciello, Katie Johns and Bob Crossen host the first-ever completely…
Apr 15 2020
COVID-19 (coronavirus) was detected in Massachusetts sewage at higher levels than expected.  This suggests that there are many more undiagnosed…
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