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Sep 29 2020
The U.S. EPA is preparing a policy change that will be pitched ahead of Election Day.  A draft of the final rule obtained by The New York Times shows…
Sep 11 2020
Chicago, Illinois’ Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot launched an equity-focused lead service line replacement program. Lightfoot joined Department of Water…
Jun 26 2020
NRDC’s Flint team and data scientists Jake Abernethy, Georgia Tech and Eric Schwartz, University of Michigan have created the online, interactive …
sampling methods
Current sampling methods can be infrequent and can require several days, weeks or months before the results return to indicate an issue or problem. Real-time water quality monitoring can address that issue head on.
May 20 2020
Many cities in the U.S. have a lead contamination problem in their drinking water. This represents a serious threat to human health, particularly…
Feb 6 2020
The joint committee governing the American National Standards for drinking water treatment units has lowered the maximum allowable concentration of…
Jan 13 2020
The Water Quality Association (WQA) is encouraging public comments to the proposed Lead and Copper Rule revisions by Feb. 12, 2020.  The WQA, in…
Dec 9 2019
Generally speaking, the WWD State of the Industry Report pulls on the status of the U.S. economy and budgets to develop conclusions about how wider…
Dec 9 2019
To think it is already December and that 2019 is nearing a close! This year has been one wrought with changes and big moments for the industry,…
Nov 26 2019
Water Gremlin Co. has been ordered to implement short-term safety measures, along with a permanent solution to protect workers within one year after…
Oct 25 2019
The U.S. EPA issued a new proposal with the aim of improving how the nation tests for lead and copper in drinking water, according to the Washington…
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Mary Scott Nabers is president and CEO of Stratigic Partnerships.
Aug 5 2019
It seems that most people first began to realize there are serious water problems in the U.S. when news of Flint, Mich., broke. However, the country’…
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Bob Crossen, managing editor of WWD.
Aug 5 2019
As of press time, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the National Defense Authorization Act, which included language about per- and…
New FCI flow meters available
New FCI flow meters available
Aug 2 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…
Jun 14 2019
Prosecutors dropped all charges against officials in the Flint water scandal June 13. State prosecutors accused 15 state and local officials of…
May 9 2019
Filtered groundwater may be sent through the North Kent Sewer Authority system as part of the Wolverine World Wide’s plan to clean up toxic PFAS…
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Sara Myers, associate editor of iWWD.
May 3 2019
Industrial applications can be a multitude of things. From the time I’ve started writing for Industrial Water & Wastes Digest till now, what I…
Briefings on key  topics discussed by industry associations in Washington, D.C.
Briefings on key topics discussed by industry associations in Washington, D.C.
May 1 2019
During the first week of April, virtually every water and wastewater association in the industry visited Washington, D.C., for Water Week in…
Around $87 billion in EPA funding will go towards improving drinking water in schools and small communities
Around $87 billion in EPA funding will go towards improving drinking water in schools and small communities.
May 1 2019
States, schools, tribes, territories and disadvantaged communities have accessed to nearly $87 million in drinking water funding through two U.S. EPA…
The City Council in Flint, Mich., has approved contractors to finish lead line replacement
The City Council in Flint, Mich., has approved contractors to finish lead line replacement.
Apr 9 2019
The Flint City Council has voted to move forward with their final phase of the FAST Start Program. According to ABC 12, the City Council voted to use…
The EPA and the Missouri Mining Investments, LLC, have announced an agreement to clean up a Madison County Mines Superfund Site
The EPA and the Missouri Mining Investments, LLC, have announced an agreement to clean up a Madison County Mines Superfund Site.
Apr 4 2019
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced an agreement with Missouri Mining Investments, LLC, to perform a removal action at Operable…
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