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Jul 17 2019
UPDATE July 19, 2019: This article has been revised to accurately reflect revisions of the Administrator's Emphasis of Superfund Sites. The U.S. EPA…
Jul 15 2019
The East County Advanced Water Purification (AWP) Program and its partner agencies committed to continue program funding to aid in drinking water…
Jul 10 2019
The U.S. EPA awarded $959,049 to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) to protect the environment and human health. According to an EPA…
By using a system map like this and overlaying satellite imagery data with potential leak locations, utilities can more specifically target problem areas for water loss and leaks.
By using a system map like this and overlaying satellite imagery data with potential leak locations, utilities can more specifically target problem areas for water loss and leaks.
Jul 9 2019
Water utilities across the country struggle with aging infrastructure that results in water loss from leaks. The cost to rehabilitate or replace pipe…
Jul 9 2019
Although named for the idyllic garden of the Old Testament, the city of Eden, N.C., has battled infrastructure challenges that have been anything but…
Jul 9 2019
West Virginia University (WVU) researchers hope to reduce freshwater use at power plants by combining fracking wastewater and power plant wastewater…
Jul 8 2019
A California water district developed a groundwater trading project that could help farmers in the area with state restrictions for over pumping…
Duperon Corp. employee inducted; Itron to deploy solution for Liberty Utilities
Duperon Corp. employee inducted into industry society.
Jul 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…
Jul 4 2019
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a $45 billion state construction bill Friday, June 28.  The state’s capital plan entitled Rebuild Illinois will…
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Sara Myers, associate editor of iWWD.
Jul 3 2019
Like many months in the year, these past have been especially busy for the U.S. EPA. The issue of coal ash ponds have come up yet again, and EPA…
Jun 13 2019
The city of Jackson, Miss., is suing the company Siemens. According to the Clarion Ledger, “the lawsuit seeks to ‘recover more than $225 million from…
Jun 11 2019
The Water Systems Council (WSC) and the National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) filed an amici curiae (friends of the court) brief in a case currently…
Zain Mahmood, former CEO of Parkson, assumes the role
Zain Mahmood, former CEO of Parkson, assumes the role.
May 31 2019
Nuvoda appointed Zain Mahmood as its new chief executive officer. Mahmood has more than 25 years of experience developing and marketing industrial,…
May 16 2019
A J.D. Power 2019 Water Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study addressed water quality issues and provided insight into customer…
May 15 2019
The U.S. EPA announced the addition of seven hazardous waste sites to the Superfund Program’s National Priorities List (NPL) May 13. According to EPA…
May 14 2019
TreaTech developed a new system that has turned sludge from wastewater treatment plants into mineral salts and biogas. According to Phys.org, the…
May 13 2019
The next phase of construction of a U.S. EPA-mandated resident septic tank to sanitary sewer conversion in Parma, Ohio, is set to begin this summer.…
Briefings on key  topics discussed by industry associations in Washington, D.C.
Briefings on key topics discussed by industry associations in Washington, D.C.
May 1 2019
During the first week of April, virtually every water and wastewater association in the industry visited Washington, D.C., for Water Week in…
May 1 2019
Across the country, many of the areas with the worst wastewater infrastructure are small, unincorporated rural communities with no money, no formal…
Around $87 billion in EPA funding will go towards improving drinking water in schools and small communities
Around $87 billion in EPA funding will go towards improving drinking water in schools and small communities.
May 1 2019
States, schools, tribes, territories and disadvantaged communities have accessed to nearly $87 million in drinking water funding through two U.S. EPA…
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