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Nov 17 2021
The U.S. EPA is asking the agency’s Science Advisory Board to review draft scientific documents regarding the health effects of some per- and…
Nov 8 2021
In the last issue of iWWD, we published an article on the Multi-Sector General Permit from Stanley Consultants. It was the first part in a three-part…
Nov 5 2021
The Water Council, a nonprofit membership organization driving freshwater innovation and advancing water stewardship, announced its new Water…
Apr 28 2021
On Apr. 27, 2021, U.S. EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan announced the 2021 notice of funding availability under the agency’s Water Infrastructure…
Mar 19 2021
A hearing entitled “Examining the Challenges Facing Drinking Water and Waste Water Infrastructure Projects” shed light on water and wastewater…
Mar 12 2021
The American Public Works Association (APWA), representing 30,000 public works professionals across North America, and the Federación Mexicana de…
Mar 8 2021
The North Carolina Coastal Federation released the Action Plan for Nature-based Stormwater Strategies, which addresses frequent and intense rain…
UV technology
Ultraviolet LEDs can be as small as the width of a blade of grass and still produce the correct frequency of light to disinfect water.
Feb 23 2021
Ultraviolet (UV) light technology for disinfection has seen a massive surge of interest in 2020. The evidence that UV can be deployed for air and…
Feb 23 2021
Think about this: only 3% of the water on Earth is freshwater and, of that, only a mere 0.5% is available for everything from drinking water to…
Feb 1 2021
Xylem has announced it received a score of 100 on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2021 Corporate Equality Index, the U.S. benchmarking survey…
Jan 21 2021
Join us this March for the 36th Annual WateReuse Symposium to participate in virtual education and training covering the latest trends in water reuse…
Nov 4 2020
The U.S. EPA announced a $142,758 grant to the Maryland Department of Environment to enhance its wetlands program by emphasizing a living shoreline…
Oct 21 2020
At the peak of the COVID-19 quarantine, a shocking number of U.S. businesses and services came to a jarring halt, forcing ourselves to stay at home…
Jul 22 2020
The Utility Department at the city of Fort Smith, Arkansas, provides water and wastewater services to 150,000 people within the city limits and in…
May 8 2020
IAPMO Makes Illustrated Training Manuals and Study Guides Available Free Online IAPMO has made its 2018 Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) and Uniform…
Jan 28 2020
Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, is now available on all major podcast streaming platforms. The one water podcast is hosted by Water…
Dec 5 2019
Metropolitan Industries provides versatile solutions to the most dynamic water and wastewater movement and management challenges.   Editor's Note:…
Oct 14 2019
Part one of "Preventing & Controlling Transients" in the September issue of WWD discussed what water hammer is and provided information on wave…
Apr 3 2018
In collaboration with local municipalities, Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) in Grand Rapids, Mich., will offer a new Public Works Academy to…
Mar 26 2018
The new mobile application Water Watch App will allow Arizona residents to monitor and preserve the water quality of the state’s lakes, streams and…
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