Industrial Water

Water & Wastes Digest and Industrial Water & Wastes Digest offer extensive coverage of topics related to industrial water use, including recycling/reuse, water purification and wastewater treatment. Plant operators use W&WD to learn how best to manage the water in their facilities, making them more efficient and meeting their often-stringent local discharge requirements.
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Nov 23 2021
Franklin Electric Co., Inc. announced personnel moves and additions within its Water Systems Sales team: Travis Bradley has been promoted to Business…
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Nov 22 2021
At the current time, industry regulations are in the process of changing to require all fire suppression systems using 6 and 8 carbon chain PFAS…
Nov 18 2021
Commercial and industrial developments in Salt Lake City, Utah, could potentially be limited to 300,000 gallons of water per day under a proposed…
Nov 16 2021
Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems consisting of hardware and software components allow industrial organizations to control…
Nov 11 2021
Many of the world’s largest food and beverage companies have taken priority in making commitments to address the climate impact associated with food…
Nov 11 2021
Biosolids and wastewater are necessary byproducts of food processing facilities, specifically hog processing facilities. According to the National…
Nov 10 2021
Mesa Water District is building two new wells to increase local supply in Santa Ana, California, significantly. Two potable water wells are under…
Nov 9 2021
On President Joe Biden’s first day in office, White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain issued a memo calling for a regulatory freeze. This call affected…
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The WaterHub at Philip Morris USA meets Level 1 recycled water treatment standards in Virginia.
Nov 9 2021
The WaterHub at Philip Morris USA (PMUSA) is an eco-engineered wastewater reclamation and reuse system operating in Richmond, Virginia. This facility…
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The first step in complying with the Multi-Sector General Permit is sampling storm water runoff.
Nov 9 2021
The recent EPA issuance of the final 2021 Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) sounded the alarm for eventual adoption of stricter standards for storm…
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 2 2021
With the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) giving the U.S. wastewater infrastructure a D+, the time is right for innovations to mitigate…
Nov 2 2021
The city of The Dalles, Oregon, filed suit in state court to keep Google’s water use a secret. This is ahead of a city council vote on a $28.5…
Oct 29 2021
Tnemec Co. Inc. has acquired Epoxytec International Inc. The acquisition brings the two family-owned companies together to offer industry-leading…
Oct 28 2021
Singapore's Tuas Water Reclamation Plant will house the world's largest ceramic membrane bioreactor (MBR) system to treat industrial used water. The…
Oct 28 2021
Pacifica, California's, Linda Mar Beach closed Oct. 24 evening after Pacifica’s sewage system flooded with rainwater, according to the city. Pacifica…
Oct 26 2021
The Regional Water Improvement Pipeline Project in Sparks, Nevada, has commenced.  The 16-mile pipeline will deliver 4,000 acre-feet of treated…
Oct 8 2021
GeoTree Solutions has launched a new product which will make relining sanitary sewers and aggressive industrial pipelines, a one step process. …
Oct 4 2021
An oil spill about five miles off the coast of Huntington Beach, California, left 3,000 barrels' worth of oil pouring into the Pacific Ocean.…
Sep 29 2021
The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and state of Nebraska finalized a settlement with Big Ox Energy - Siouxland LLC and NLC Energy Venture 30 LLC…
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