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Feb 4 2021
The Port of Mattawa, Washington is working to expand and improve the infrastructure of its wastewater treatment system to accommodate the increasing…
Feb 2 2021
Hornell, New York officials want to improve the municipality's ability to deal with wastewater generated by heavy industry. Hornell is applying for a…
Jan 28 2021
Hundreds of California wineries will be governed by statewide wastewater processing rules for the first time.  The move toward a statewide regulatory…
Jan 21 2021
Industrial leaders have pledged to help the flow of chloride into Minnesota's Lake Winona during the first meeting of a citizen’s chloride committee…
Jan 19 2021
Pennsylvania’s Turtle Creek Watershed association plans to assess the areas where abandoned mine discharges pollute the creek and its tributaries.…
Jan 15 2021
The president and owner of Oil Chem Inc. pleaded guilty in federal court in Flint, Michigan, to a criminal charge of violating the Clean Water Act. …
Jan 5 2021
Molecularly imprinted polymers, created with the participation of a SUSU scientist, have become a base for a unique sensor which detects banned…
Dec 31 2020
For the first time in over 25 years, the U.S. EPA approved the formal transfer of section 404 permitting authority to a third state, Florida.   The…
Dec 22 2020
Environmental and farm groups are lobbying Wisconsin for significant funding. The goal of these groups is to support farms across Wisconsin and…

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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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