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U.S. Steel faces backlash over revised wastewater management plan
U.S. Steel faces backlash over revised wastewater management plan
Aug 3 2018
The National Parks Conservation Assn. (NPCA) and the Hoosier Environmental Council have urged the U.S. EPA to reject U.S. Steel’s revised wastewater…
Dayton, Ohio, finds high levels of industrial chemical in wastewater system
Dayton, Ohio, finds high levels of industrial chemical in wastewater system
Aug 2 2018
The water department of Dayton, Ohio, has declared an emergency in order to buy equipment necessary to combat dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide in…
Jul 26 2018
The U.S. EPA has signed as Memorandum of Understanding with the state of New Mexico, which will validate and make clear the current standards as they…
Jul 24 2018
The groundwater at an industrial site in India is currently contaminated with excessive levels of heavy metals and total dissolved solids (TDS). The…
Jul 11 2018
In the face of the problem of water demand across the world, which is estimated to increase by approximately 50% by the year 2050, businesses may…
Ruling in the favor of Golden, Colo., the Colorado Supreme Court concluded Coors Brewing Co. needs to apply for a new water right to reuse and lease the water it discharges from its water treatment plant.
Water flows through a Colorado valley lush with autumn colored trees and flowers.
Jul 3 2018
Coors Brewing Co. must get a new water right so it can reuse or lease water to other businesses. The company applied to amend its augmentation plans…
Jun 29 2018
Earlier in the month of June, the city of Burlington, Vt., was forced to discharge 1.8 million gal of wastewater into Lake Champlain. This prompted…
Jun 28 2018
Managing Editor Bob Crossen talks with Nate Bach and Mary Sitko about how U.S. Water and Tonka Water are using their expertise to solve water…
Jun 26 2018
Farmers in Kewaunee and Door counties in the state of Wisconsin have teamed up over past years in order to improve soil and water quality in their…

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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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