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Apr 29 2020Events: Conferences & Expos
WEF’s WEFTEC is still being held this year, according to an Apr. 28, 2020 WEF press release. WEFTEC, originally scheduled for Oct. 3-7, 2020, in New…
Apr 28 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
In the midst of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, the production of ethanol plants is decreasing, so the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) they…
Apr 27 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
President Trump signed legislation providing $484 billion to replenish the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and provide more funding for COVID-19 (…
Apr 24 2020water conservation
Wrangler Surpasses Global Water Goal with More Than 7 Billion Liters Saved Since 2008 In honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Wrangler…
Apr 23 2020clean water act
The Supreme Court ruled that the Clean Water Act (CWA) requires the federal government to regulate some groundwater pollutants that can make it into…
Apr 23 2020Tanks Wastewater
A suspect used a front loader to destroy property and damage buildings and work vehicles at the Tehaleh Wastewater Treatment Plant.  The suspect tore…
Apr 22 2020Regulations
The Trump administration published a final rule rolling back environmental protections.  The final rule, the Navigable Waters Protection Rule, was…
Apr 21 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
Dwindling supplies of carbon dioxide from ethanol plants are sparking concern about shortages of beer, soda and seltzer water.  Ethanol, which is…
Apr 20 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
Recent testing conducted at all of the sewer treatment plants operated by Lake County Special Districts have revealed the presence of the virus that…
Apr 16 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
The U.S. EPA announced that Roubin & Janeiro, Inc., owner of an asphalt manufacturing facility in Washington, D.C., has agreed to actions to…
Apr 15 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
COVID-19 (coronavirus) was detected in Massachusetts sewage at higher levels than expected.  This suggests that there are many more undiagnosed…
Apr 14 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
  Birmingham craft brewer Griffin Claw Brewing Co. has repurposed distillery operations to make hand sanitizer. The brewer has bottled 2,000 2-ounce…
Apr 13 2020Valves, Sewage Relief
Napa Sanitation District (NSD) is planning a $15 million project to rehabilitate a deteriorating pipe. The pipe that carries 90% of local sewage to…
Apr 9 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
The American Water Works Association has cancelled it's Annual Convention and Exposition (ACE) that was to be held in Orlando in June. AWWA President…
Apr 9 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
Dutch scientists were able to find the coronavirus in a city’s wastewater before COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases were reported. This could be a novel…
Apr 8 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
Molson Coors is donating safe drinking water to truck drivers in the U.S. and Canada, according to a blog post by the community. The company has…
Apr 6 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
American Water (AW) is making a $500,000 donation to COVID-19 (coronavirus) relief efforts through its American Water Charitable Foundation (AWCF).…
Apr 3 2020
Sundyne’s & Warburg Pincus Partnership Accelerates Growth Sundyne announced that Warburg Pincus has completed the acquisition of Sundyne, from BC…
Apr 3 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
In the next economic stimulus massive infrastructure bill to mitigate COVID-19 (coronavirus), House Democrats are seeking more than $25 billion to…
Apr 2 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
After a Mar. 26 U.S. EPA release of a temporary policy regarding the agency's enforcement of environmental legal obligations during the COVID-19 (…
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