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Dr. Andrew Sawyers
Dr. Andrew Sawyers, director of the Office of Wastewater Management for the U.S. EPA
Jan 18 2022Legislation
In the water sector, we know that water is life. It not only keeps us healthy, but it supports our communities, ecosystems and economies. Investing…
Bob Crossen
Bob Crossen, Senior Managing Editor
Jan 18 2022
This will be a big and important year for the water industry, more so than ever before. Last year had several critical moments for the industry as a…
Jan 18 2022New Product Showcase
Each month, Water & Wastes Digest features five new products in the New Product Showcase department of its monthly print magazine. Below are the…
Jan 18 2022Chemicals
Solenis, a leading global producer of specialty chemicals, closed on the acquisition of 100% of the outstanding shares of SCL GmbH (“SCL”) on January…
Jan 18 2022Editorial/Topical
Paul Plath is the president and CEO of E3 Consulting Services LLC, which has a 22-year history as a technical and strategic business advisor in the…
The "811 Emergency" study suggests universal standards for markings of utilities lines prior to digging for construction.
The "811 Emergency" study suggests universal standards for markings of utilities lines prior to digging for construction.
Jan 18 2022Safety & Security
Failures in the nation’s 811 system used to prevent damage to underground utility lines are costing $61 billion a year in waste and excess costs in…
John Farrell
John Farrell
Jan 17 2022Pumps
One of the nation’s leading manufacturers of heavy-duty portable bypass and dewatering pumps announces the retirement of John Farrell, Thompson Pump…
Jan 17 2022Problem Solvers
The Department of the Interior today announced three funding opportunities available to help Western communities create or expand clean, new water…
Jan 17 2022Storm Water
50 million gallons of sewage contaminated storm water were discharged into the Alewife Brook from the cities of Cambridge and Somerville,…
Jan 14 2022Problem Solvers
Xylem announced it is sponsoring an innovative new funding mechanism for water utilities to deploy promising new technologies. The partnership with…
Jan 14 2022Education, Training
 The American Concrete Pipe Association (ACPA) is excited to announce that Steven Hawkins, AIA, CSI, has been named its new president. The…
Jan 14 2022Education, Training
The Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA) is pleased to announce its new Affiliate Subscription Program. This offering is…
Jan 14 2022Software
CDM Smith proudly announces the launch of Trinnex, a wholly-owned subsidiary created specifically to help utilities and infrastructure owners embark…
SponsoredJan 13 2022
The Warren, Simpson and Butler County Water Districts in Kentucky serve more than 80,000 residents, delivering more than 8.1 million gallons of water…
Jan 13 2022
Overshadowed by infrastructure spending and other efforts, President Joe Biden has made a strong push to emphasize the importance of cybersecurity…
Jan 13 2022What is... Articles
What is the Clean Water Act? The Clean Water Act (CWA) is U.S. legislation enacted in the early 1970s, and is otherwise known as the Federal Water…
Jan 13 2022Industrial Water
Blue Point Capital Partners and its BPCP IV portfolio company, TAS Environmental Services (TAS), announced the acquisition of Texas Water Management…
Jan 12 2022Groundwater Monitoring Services
The U.S. EPA is taking actions to protect communities and hold facilities accountable for controlling and cleaning up the contamination created by…
Jan 11 2022Industrial Water
Building on a partnership spanning over three decades, BlackBerry Limited and the University of Waterloo’s Water Institute, one of the world’s top …
New Braunfels Utilities service area
New Braunfels Utilities service area
SponsoredJan 10 2022Leak Detection Services
Hundreds of billions of dollars will have to be spent to replace pipe mains in the next 25 years.  In the US, more than 200,000 water main breaks…
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