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May 2 2019
It is being increasingly recognized that wastewater, rather than just being a waste product, can be a valuable resource. Not only does recovering and…
May 1 2019
When the West Side sewage pump station in Onondaga County, N.Y., prepared to undergo its first major expansion and upgrade in more than 30 years, the…
During the Plastics Pipe Institute DC Fly-In event,  Dan Currence (left) and Tony Radoszewski (right) of the Plastics Pipe Institute met with members of Congress including Daniel Webster (R) from Florida’s 11th District, who is a member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
During the Plastics Pipe Institute DC Fly-In event, Dan Currence (left) and Tony Radoszewski (right) of the Plastics Pipe Institute met with members of Congress including Daniel Webster (R) from Florida’s 11th District, who is a member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
Apr 26 2019
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Barbara Leigh Shields is a writer for Esri
Barbara Leigh Shields is a writer for Esri.
Apr 2 2019
While growing cities struggle with water infrastructure built in the last century, they must plan new projects to accommodate growing populations. …
Mar 26 2019
The current world population is 7.2 billion and is projected to increase by one billion over the next 12 years, reaching 9.6 billion by 2050,…
Mar 22 2019
In celebration of World Water Day, Evoqua is releasing an infographic that illustrates the power of water across a variety of industries and on…
Process using activated charcoal foam to remove all traces of oil in produced water has been developed at Purdue University
Process using activated charcoal foam to remove all traces of oil in produced water has been developed at Purdue University.
Mar 21 2019
Purdue University researchers have developed a process to remove nearly all traces of oil in produced water. According to Phys.org, the process uses…
An Indiana town may see water and sewer rate increases in May 2019
An Indiana town may see water and sewer rate increases in May 2019.
Mar 18 2019
In Crothersville, Ind., when residents receive their May bills, they may see increases in their water and sewer base rates. According to Seymour…
As the Official Water Quality Sponsor of USA Swimming, Evoqua’s Neptune-Benson will provide filtration and disinfection treatment systems for the U.S. Olympic Team trial and other major USA Swimming events
As the Official Water Quality Sponsor of USA Swimming, Evoqua’s Neptune-Benson will provide filtration and disinfection treatment systems for the U.S. Olympic Team trial and other major USA Swimming events.
Mar 13 2019
Evoqua Water Technologies Corp. (Evoqua) has announced that Neptune-Benson will become the Official Water Quality Sponsor of USA Swimming, the…
CST announces award winners
CST announces award winners.
Mar 8 2019
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Mar 6 2019
Thanks to better chips, sensors and networking, we are inundated with data on a daily basis. While the accumulation of data shows no sign of slowing…
Mar 5 2019
The world has not yet woken up to the coming water crisis, as water scarcity will lead to conflicts across the globe, according to a 2018 United…
Mar 5 2019
The typical zero liquid discharge (ZLD) configuration is pretreatment followed by reverse osmosis (RO), thermal evaporation and thermal…
Mar 5 2019
A call for abstracts for the 7th biannual Emerging Water Technology Symposium (EWTS), to be held from May 12-13, 2020, in San Antonio, Texas, can be…
Mar 1 2019
After more than 30 years and over 1,100 AquaSBR installations, Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. has demonstrated the expertise to provide the best level of…
Feb 15 2019
The text of the omnibus appropriations bill was released on Feb. 13. This gave Members of Congress a short window to review the legislative language…
Feb 8 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…
The SP Enviro, aims to use microbial fuel cells to process textile wastewater and generate electricity that will render this exercise energy-efficient
The SP Enviro, aims to use microbial fuel cells to process textile wastewater and generate electricity that will render this exercise energy-efficient.
Feb 5 2019
Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are emerging as an option to treat textile wastewater. According to The Hindu, a startup called the SP Enviro, aims to…
Feb 4 2019
In Seabrook, a small town on Galveston Bay can boast one of the world’s most pleasant wastewater treatment centers and a submersible mixer. A…
Advanced oxidation treatment system eliminates taste & odor issues in drinking water
The Anderson Regional Joint Water System pretreatment facility in South Carolina no longer receives odor complaints as of March 2018.
Feb 4 2019
Since the March 2018 opening of the Anderson Regional Joint Water System (ARJWS) pretreatment facility in South Carolina, complaints about the water…
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