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Jan 27 2004
The 2004 Pacific Northwest Ground Water Exposition, the region’s premier industry event, is the place to be for those who want to improve their…
Dec 26 2003
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ordered an auto dismantler in Sun Valley, Calif. near Los Angeles to comply with federal and state…
Oct 9 2003
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $229,800 grant the Midland Public Service District, Randolph County, West Virginia to help pay…
Sep 2 2003
Some tainted wells, old landfills and Coronet Industries are being named as the culprits of Plant City, Fla., residents' failing health. Residents of…
Aug 20 2003
Richard Ely, Carmel, Calif., councilman, proposed to the city council that it should look into bottling water from its artesian spring that was…
Aug 5 2003
The Association of California Water Agencies' (ACWA) statewide Board of Directors voted August 1 to support a constitutional amendment that would…
Aug 5 2003
Consolidated Water Co. Ltd., which is engaged in the development and operation of seawater conversion plants and water distribution systems in areas…
Oct 24 2002
Stormwater management and its role in the larger challenge of preservation of water quality around the world is an evolving issue. As commercial…
Mar 26 2002
With an area of 9.6 million square kilometers, China possesses 28,124 * 108 m3 of total water resources. The annual average runoff is 27,115 * 108 m3…
Mar 26 2002
As the population in Southern California increases, more and more demands are being put on the state’s groundwater resources, further exacerbating…
Test strip technology advances make difficult arsenic detection a thing of the past
Test strip technology advances make difficult arsenic detection a thing of the past.
Dec 3 2001
In the past, testing for arsenic in drinking water has been as difficult as removing it. A variety of test kits have appeared on the market deriving…
Nov 13 2001
High quality groundwater that can be pumped and disinfected for municipal use is becoming a scarce commodity. Naturally occurring and man-made…
Oct 19 2001
The Las Vegas Wash is a unique ecosystem in southern Nevada. Rarely would one expect to find an oasis of water, wildlife and vegetation on the floor…
Dec 28 2000
Spectrum Laboratories, Inc. received a $200,000 grant from Electrical Power Research Institute and the California Energy Commission. The support will…
Dec 28 2000
According to George Bernard Shaw, "You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear" (Man and Superman–1903). There is a good chance that the recent…
Dec 28 2000
When ground water contamination is discovered at a site, a host of questions must be answered before it can be effectively removed or minimized.…
Dec 28 2000
The most common process for iron removal from water is to allow water-soluble ferrous iron (FE2+) in water to turn into water-insoluble ferric iron (…
Dec 28 2000
Ground water is the most popular source for water in the United States. Now with growth of proven treatment methods and advances in treatment…
Dec 28 2000
In many areas of the United States, artificial recharge techniques are emerging as effective solutions for maintaining or enhancing the water-bearing…
Dec 28 2000
Artificial recharge of groundwater has become a necessity in Orange County, California, where natural recharge is insufficient to satisfy water…
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