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May 14 2020
For the past seven decades, the City of Baltimore, Maryland has been funneling millions of gallons of wastewater through five miles of pipes daily…
May 12 2020
Liberty Lake, Washington’s wastewater treatment plant has noticed thinner bacteria colonies that aid sewage treatment, reported the Spokesman-Review…
May 7 2020
Due to discharges from the nearby Takahama nuclear power plant, tropical fish and other species were able to colonize a small coastal area in the Sea…
May 5 2020
The Dakota County Board of Commissioners scheduled a public hearing ahead of a vote that would place a one-year moratorium on new industrial water…
Apr 28 2020
In the midst of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the production of ethanol plants is decreasing, so the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) they…
Apr 21 2020
Dwindling supplies of carbon dioxide from ethanol plants are sparking concern about shortages of beer, soda and seltzer water.  Ethanol, which is…
Apr 16 2020
The U.S. EPA announced that Roubin & Janeiro, Inc., owner of an asphalt manufacturing facility in Washington, D.C., has agreed to actions to…
Apr 14 2020
  Birmingham craft brewer Griffin Claw Brewing Co. has repurposed distillery operations to make hand sanitizer. The brewer has bottled 2,000 2-ounce…
Mar 26 2020
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that the agency is reviewing a request from the oil and gas industry to ease enforcement of…

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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…
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