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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May 22 2018
The state of Washington’s Department of Ecology (WDE) has announced that approximately 100 wineries throughout the state will need a permit in order…
May 18 2018
The Wasco Treatment Plant in Bakersfield, Calif., has announced plans to expand its facility. The plant is the first merchant facility in the state…
May 7 2018
Researchers have long been at work studying the oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) present in the Gulf of Oman in the Arabian Sea. According to the analysis,…
Apr 30 2018
On April 27, 2018, city officials for Kilgore, Texas, approved a new industrial water pretreatment program. The approval was seven years in the…
Apr 27 2018
The state of Wyoming has been approved to receive $1.4 million in order to restore defunct industrial sites statewide that involve possible soil or…
Apr 24 2018
Resulting from a federal investigation by the U.S. EPA, eyeglass lens manufacturer Carl Zeiss Vision has been ordered to pay $750,000 for its…
Apr 23 2018
Replacing the electrodeionization (EDI) system at a power plant is not quite as simple as changing the batteries in a smoke alarm or installing new…
Apr 23 2018
The Grangemouth facility, located on the Firth of Forth in Scotland, is a petrochemical and crude oil refining plant that produces more than 1…
Apr 23 2018
Following a unanimous vote, North Las Vegas City Council approved plans for a water pipeline running to the city’s Apex Industrial Park. The pipeline…
Apr 19 2018
Following recent waste dumping, police in Shanxi, China are investigating potential bribes taken by village officials to protect the source of…
Apr 10 2018
On April 9, 2018, Gradiant Corp., which focuses on solutions for industrial wastewater treatment, announced the creation of a new Indian subsidiary…
Apr 4 2018
In a controversial decision, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has agreed to allow Nestlé to extract significant daily sums of…
Mar 30 2018
According to a new report released on March 29, 2018, by Environment Florida Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group, Florida industrial…
Mar 29 2018
According to a new data reveal by the U.S. EPA, groundwater surrounding many Indiana plants powered by coal constitutes a toxic mixture of arsenic,…
Mar 27 2018
Over the past year, more than 1,350 residents of Tucson, Ariz., have filed formal claims with the U.S. Air Force regarding illnesses caused by…
Mar 27 2018
According to a joint report by the Associated Press and the Houston Chronicle, petrochemical contamination resulting from Hurricane Harvey is far…
Mar 23 2018
The Oregon dairy producer Lost Valley Farm has settled a lawsuit with the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) over wastewater violations. The…
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…
More than 40% of Michigan industrial facilities exceed water pollution limits
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Mar 20 2018
According to a new study executed by Environment Michigan and Frontier Group, more than 40% of Michigan’s major industrial facilities polluted…
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