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Mar 22 2018
Environmental regulators in Michigan are attempting to significantly reduce per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAs) in the state’s drinking water…
Mar 20 2018
Scientists have developed a new material that may become the industry standard for reducing wastewater pollution, potentially replacing activated…
Mar 9 2018
The company Northrop Grumman will launch a new water recycling project in unison with the West Basin Municipal Water District’s Redondo Beach…
Mar 8 2018
The California-based company Mesofilter Inc., has developed a new water filtration solution that reportedly removes 99% of arsenic, lead, uranium and…
Mar 7 2018
The Taiwan-based company Foxconn Technology Group is opening a new plant in Waukesha, Wisc., that would see the company siphon water from Lake…
Mar 6 2018
Custom engineered solutions from Kaeser are built to specification for challenging installation environments. The company’s designers work with…
Feb 23 2018
In 2014, a major global manufacturer of carbon fiber products announced plans to invest $1 billion to build a manufacturing plant on 400 acres in…
Feb 23 2018
Puck Custom Enterprises (PCE) is passionate about helping the animal agriculture industry be good stewards of the environment. The Iowa-based company…
Feb 23 2018
For many years now, private narrowband wireless systems and carrier-based leased-line services have played a critical role in establishing data…

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It is hard to believe I’m already preparing and thinking about what Industrial Water & Wastes Digest will be covering in 2018. And in preparation…
As we gear up for American Water Works Assn. ACE 2017 in Philadelphia, we also are starting an email newsletter for Industrial Water & Wastes…
The Olympic Games are all about celebrating champions, but the 2016 Games host city is the site of some less-than-desirable attention as well.…
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