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Nov 12 2020
Every year, you and your peers nominate industrial projects to the Industrial Water & Wastes Digest Top Projects Awards. The editors read through…
Oct 28 2020
Construction is complete on a water treatment plant in New Mexico that will help provide the Navajo Nation and surrounding areas with clean drinking…
Oct 27 2020
Nestlé Waters North America plans to pump up to 65 million gallons of groundwater a year out of the Upper Arkansas River Valley for bottling in…
Oct 20 2020
The Trump administration will allow some leaking or otherwise dangerous coal ash storage ponds to stay in operation for years more.  Additionally,…
Oct 13 2020
MilliporeSigma, a manufacturer of equipment for the biopharmaceutical industry, has taken a step forward in limiting its environmental impact.  The…
Oct 6 2020
Startup company Encore Green Environmental has officially launched its initiative to repurpose byproduct water from oil and gas drilling for…
Oct 1 2020
On Sept. 23 the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the draft law "On Prevention, Reduction and Control of Industrial Pollution.” According to…
Sep 24 2020
The Samsung Hwaseong Campus became the first semiconductor site to earn the Carbon Trust Standard for Water.  This certification recognizes…
Sep 22 2020
Malaysian authorities have taken action against 525 premises for water pollution offenses between January and August this year under the…

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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…
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