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Apr 2 2019
Addressing the prevalence of lead pipe in the U.S. will require decades and estimates of billions of dollars to fix. For some utilities, pipe…
Barbara Leigh Shields is a writer for Esri
Barbara Leigh Shields is a writer for Esri.
Apr 2 2019
Water utilities know that building and maintaining water distribution systems is costly. While growing cities struggle with water infrastructure…
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Bill Raab, director of risk control for Glatfelter Public Practice.
Apr 2 2019
Water and wastewater services create a diverse set of operational risks that require management. Enterprise risk management (ERM) is an effective…
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Bob Crossen, managing editor of WWD.
Apr 2 2019
There is no shortage of solutions to problems in the water and wastewater treatment industry. Seemingly every time I write an article, I learn about…
Apr 2 2019
In Roswell, N.M., an old dry cleaning business left behind toxic chemicals after closing up shop. This caused the site to be declared a U.S.…
Apr 1 2019
The nation’s leading water and public works organizations are gathering in the nation’s capital during Water Week 2019 (March 31 to April 6) to urge…
From L to R: Salvation Army Kenosha Board Chairman Tim Leach; Salvation Army Kenosha Auxiliary Captain Marie Lewis; Receiving the award on behalf of the Centrisys/CNP employees Jan Mosele & Carlos Contreras; President of Celebrate Our Town Cindy Nicoletti; Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth; Mayor of Kenosha John Antaramian.
From L to R: Salvation Army Kenosha Board Chairman Tim Leach; Salvation Army Kenosha Auxiliary Captain Marie Lewis; Receiving the award on behalf of the Centrisys/CNP employees Jan Mosele & Carlos Contreras; President of Celebrate Our Town Cindy Nicoletti; Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth; Mayor of Kenosha John Antaramian.
Mar 29 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
Mar 29 2019
Silicon Valley Clean Water’s (SVCW) Regional Environmental Sewer Conveyance Upgrade (RESCU) program is paving the way for the future of wastewater…
From left to right: Todd Hutson, UT Supervisor, Kyle Hogue, P.E., Department Director of Public Works, Justin Praesel, UT Superintendent., DJ Johnson, Atlas Utility, Inc., Scott Kriston, Director of Public Works.
From left to right: Todd Hutson, UT Supervisor, Kyle Hogue, P.E., Department Director of Public Works, Justin Praesel, UT Superintendent., DJ Johnson, Atlas Utility, Inc., Scott Kriston, Director of Public Works.
Mar 28 2019
After deployment of an AMI system that did not work properly, initially forcing them to manually read meters, Highland Village was in need of a new…
Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan sues Intercontinental Terminals Company over tank fire in Deer Park, Texas
Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan sues Intercontinental Terminals Company over tank fire in Deer Park, Texas.
Mar 28 2019
In Deer Park, Texas, Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan has sued Intercontinental Terminals Company (ITC) over the tank fire that began March 17 at…
Mar 28 2019
A study published Wednesday in the journal Science Advances highlights how tracking antibiotic-resistance genes in bacteria found in urban wastewater…
Mar 27 2019
The Companies The manufacturing environment can be hard on equipment, and pumps are no exception. This was the scenario at a custom metal…
Mar 27 2019
In Mount Pleasant, S.C., an effort to extend sewer lines to houses with failing septic systems in one community remains unresolved despite statements…
Hundreds of bottles full of water were found at an old school behind a church in Flint
Hundreds of bottles full of water were found at an old school behind a church in Flint.
Mar 27 2019
In Flint, Mich., an old school once part of the St. Agnes Catholic Church is filled with abandoned cases of donated bottled water. According to MLive…
Mar 26 2019
The TITAN MBR Membrane Bioreactor treatment system delivers the industry’s best operator experience with the greatest ease of O&M, smart…
Mar 26 2019
The current world population is 7.2 billion and is projected to increase by one billion over the next 12 years, reaching 9.6 billion by 2050,…
The paper “Aquifer Depletion and Potential Impacts on Long-term Irrigated Agricultural Productivity” examines the causes of groundwater depletion in the U.S.
The paper “Aquifer Depletion and Potential Impacts on Long-term Irrigated Agricultural Productivity” examines the causes of groundwater depletion in the U.S.
Mar 26 2019
A paper by the Council of Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) examines the causes and consequences of groundwater depletion throughout the U.S…
Five companies in New Jersey have been issued a directive aimed at addressing the contamination of PFAS chemicals in the state
Five companies in New Jersey have been issued a directive aimed at addressing the contamination of PFAS chemicals in the state.
Mar 26 2019
In New Jersey, five chemical companies polluted the state’s water for years with a long-lasting, cancer-causing family of chemicals. Now, the state…
Mar 25 2019
During a visit to Aqua-Aerobic Systems in Loves Park, Illinois, WWD Managing Editor Bob Crossen spoke to WWD/WWEMA Scholarship Winner Elena Smith…
Illegally high levels of nitrate have been in Germany’s groundwater for years and the German government is now working on a new Fertilizer Regulation
Illegally high levels of nitrate have been in Germany’s groundwater for years and the German government is now working on a new Fertilizer Regulation.
Mar 25 2019
For years, the EU Commission has warned Germany about illegally high levels of nitrate in groundwater. According to EURACTIV, the European Court of…
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