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Mar 9 2020
There is legislation with the intent to expand and put more regulations on discharge permits for poultry houses in Maryland.  This legislation is…
Mar 4 2020
On Feb. 27, 2020, the Trump administration moved on a water-recycling push, alleging it could get good use out of more of the wastewater generated by…
Mar 2 2020
A trio of engineering students is exploring the use of cheap hydrogen supplies with a new technology. This technology can convert the wastewater…
Feb 10 2020
A state bill aims to better notify water utilities of industrial spills is effective July 1, 2020, according to WFYI. The bill, which was authored by…
Feb 4 2020
Beer brewing companies really know their water. I’ve come to learn that brewers large and small are keenly aware of this ingredient’s importance in…
Feb 3 2020
Brunswick County, North Carolina is paying approximately $1.2 million to replace 45 year old filters at its Highway 211 Water Treatment Plant.…
Jan 30 2020
The Democratic Republic of the Congo has begun the construction of an industrial water treatment complex in Kinshasa, its capital. President Félix-…
Dec 27 2019
Vermont craft brewers have launched an alliance to raise awareness about what the industry can do to protect water resources. The initiative makes…
Dec 17 2019
After meetings with Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, Marshall Energy Center will use a closed loop system in 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…
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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