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Nov 21 2018
In this episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, hosts Water & Wastes Digest Managing Editor Bob Crossen, Storm Water Solutions…
In New York, a tainted plume is spreading below ground
In New York, a tainted plume is spreading below ground .
Nov 21 2018
The district surrounding Bethpage, N.Y., will be closing five of its nine drinking water wells, according to WCBS-TV. A tainted plume is spreading…
Neighbor in Oregon, Ohio, could see a 22% increase over three years in water and sewer rates
Neighbor in Oregon, Ohio, could see a 22% increase over three years in water and sewer rates.
Nov 21 2018
In Ohio, the Oregon City Council has moved the issue of water and sewer rates to their regular meeting for an official vote. According to WTOL,…
Councilor Theresa Stehly has been publicly questioning the need for the project in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Councilor Theresa Stehly has been publicly questioning the need for the project in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Nov 20 2018
In South Dakota, Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken is confronting Councilor Theresa Stehly after she spread misleading information about a planned $260…
Nov 20 2018
Watersurplus introduces a new RO membrane care program that combines a recently expanded membrane cleaning facility and its new bio-inspired…
South Carolina is fairly rich in freshwater, but supplies are not unlimited
South Carolina is fairly rich in freshwater, but supplies are not unlimited.
Nov 20 2018
The state of South Carolina has taken a important step in protecting its aquifers. According to The Post and Courier, the permitting process, and a…
A California pipeline currently provides water for agricultural use and is used for water treated from the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts’ wastewater treatment plant
A California pipeline currently provides water for agricultural use and is used for water treated from the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts’ wastewater treatment plant.
Nov 19 2018
In California, there is a proposal to extend a pipeline for carrying recycled water for two miles. According to The Antelope Valley Press, the…
Experts will begin designing a “smart sewer” for Littleton, Mass. to attract business
Experts will begin designing a “smart sewer” for Littleton, Mass. to attract business.
Nov 19 2018
A small town in Massachusetts is investing in a new sewer system to attract business. According to the Lowell Sun, experts will begin designing a “…
 Pictured (L-R) are Declan Napier, Relationship Director at Lombard, Caroline McKeown, Business Manager, Commercial Banking NI at Ulster Bank and Andrew Lambe, Contracts Manager at Terra Solutions.
Pictured (L-R) are Declan Napier, Relationship Director at Lombard, Caroline McKeown, Business Manager, Commercial Banking NI at Ulster Bank and Andrew Lambe, Contracts Manager at Terra Solutions.
Nov 16 2018
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…
New Mexico document encourages the treatment and reuse of waste coming from oil and natural gas
New Mexico document encourages the treatment and reuse of waste coming from oil and natural gas.
Nov 16 2018
State and federal officials in New Mexico are warning that decisions about water are becoming complicated and opportunities to tap untraditional…
The Planning Commission recommended denial for a sewage treatment plant on Mahan Gap Road in Ooltewah, Tenn.
The Planning Commission recommended denial for a sewage treatment plant on Mahan Gap Road in Ooltewah, Tenn.
Nov 15 2018
In Ooltewah, Tenn., the Planning Commission recommended denial for a sewage treatment plant on Mahan Gap Road on Nov. 12. According to The…
Sludge spilled out from a wastewater treatment plant and into Christie Creek overnight in South Australia
Sludge spilled out from a wastewater treatment plant and into Christie Creek overnight in South Australia.
Nov 15 2018
A section of Christies Beach in South Australia has been closed following a break-in at a wastewater treatment plant that caused a sludge overflow.…
 Water companies say flushable wipes don’t break down and are causing blockages in the U.K.
Water companies say flushable wipes don’t break down and are causing blockages in the U.K.
Nov 14 2018
Wet wipes being sold as “flushable” in the United Kingdom have failed the water industry’s disintegration tests so far, according to BBC News. The…
State of South Carolina approved substance use in drinking water, even though it was not approved by EPA
State of South Carolina approved substance use in drinking water, even though it was not approved by EPA.
Nov 14 2018
In Denmark, S.C., some residents have been suspicious of the water coming from their taps. According to WTVR-TV, they have been collecting samples…
The ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI Series 12000-2018 was developed in 2014 to address the nature of pathogen and infectious diseases
The ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI Series 12000-2018 was developed in 2014 to address the nature of pathogen and infectious diseases.
Nov 13 2018
The ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI Series 12000-2018 (Professional Qualifications Standard for Infection Control Risk Assessment for All Building Systems) has been…
Actions in Hawaii led to closure of 10 large-capacity cesspools (LCCs) and over $640,000 in fines
Actions in Hawaii led to closure of 10 large-capacity cesspools (LCCs) and over $640,000 in fines.
Nov 13 2018
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) actions in Hawaii led to closure of 10 large-capacity cesspools (LCCs) and over $640,000 in fines,…
Nov 13 2018
Modesto, a city in central California with a population of approximately 212,000 people, operates a two-location wastewater treatment process that…
Approval is needed before Michigan town can seek federal grants and loans needed to help tackle estimated $1.25 million project
Approval is needed before Michigan town can seek federal grants and loans needed to help tackle estimated $1.25 million project.
Nov 12 2018
A town in Michigan is waiting on state regulators to sign off on upgrades to its wastewater treatment system. According to The Herald Palladium,…
Missouri award grants up to $50,000 for communities with a population of 10,000 or less
Missouri award grants up to $50,000 for communities with a population of 10,000 or less.
Nov 12 2018
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will be assisted by a $48,000 grant to help the city of Carl Junction in evaluating its wastewater…
Wastewater project was launched with the goal of creating a low-cost wastewater treatment system
Wastewater project launched with the goal of creating a low-cost wastewater treatment system.
Nov 9 2018
About two thirds of the world’s population could be living under water-stressed conditions by 2025, according to the United Nations. This pressure on…
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