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Mar 19 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
The U.S. EPA announced a proposed settlement with Citation Oil & Gas Corp. (Citation) of Houston, Texas, to resolve alleged violations of federal…
Mar 18 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
An employee at Silicon Valley, California's largest water district has tested positive for COVID-19, otherwise known as Coronavirus.  At least eight…
Mar 17 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
Inside a decontamination facility at the destroyed Fukushima nuclear power plant, workers in hazmat suits are monitoring radioactive water pumped…
Mar 16 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
The U.S. EPA is releasing an expanded list of EPA-registered disinfectant products that have qualified for use against SARS-CoV-2, which is the novel…
Mar 13 2020Events: Conferences & Expos
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 12 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
Coronavirus: What You Need to Know for Water & Wastewater Workers World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the COVID-19 a pandemic.  "…
Mar 11 2020Wastewater Treatment
The U.S. EPA announced a $62 million Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the City of Morro Bay, California to replace the…
Mar 10 2020Contaminants
A program that protects the Dillon Reservoir from the excessive phosphorus levels and algae growth is undergoing changes and scaling back its…
Mar 9 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
There is legislation with the intent to expand and put more regulations on discharge permits for poultry houses in Maryland.  This legislation is…
Mar 6 2020Workforce
Frost Brown Todd issues Public-Private Partnership RFP  The City of Brandenburg, with the legal counsel of Frost Brown Todd (FBT), issued a request…
Mar 5 2020clean water act
The U.S. EPA has extended the public comment period on the draft Clean Water Act permit for New Hampshire's Great Bay by 30 days. The new deadline…
Mar 4 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
On Feb. 27, 2020, the Trump administration moved on a water-recycling push, alleging it could get good use out of more of the wastewater generated by…
Mar 3 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
How is Coronavirus spread? Most often, Coronaviruses spread from person-to-person during close contact, and person-to-person spread is thought to…
Mar 2 2020Industrial Water
A trio of engineering students is exploring the use of cheap hydrogen supplies with a new technology. This technology can convert the wastewater…
Feb 27 2020Contaminants
The National Rural Water Association (NRWA) filed a lawsuit against per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) manufacturers for making and selling…
Feb 26 2020Treatment Plants
A group of Briar Chapel, North Carolina residents are working to oppose the ownership transfer that will expand Briar Chapel Wastewater Treatment…
Feb 25 2020Pollution Control
The U.S. EPA is exploring market-based approaches to combat chronic algae problems in parts of the Great Lakes region. The agency announced it was…
Feb 24 2020Regulations
The U.S. EPA announced it would regulate per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). “Under President Trump’s leadership, EPA is following through on…
Feb 21 2020
Waterhound Futures wins The Water Council AI Tech Challenge The Water Council has selected Waterhound Futures as the winner of their second AI Tech…
Feb 20 2020Treatment Plants
The Soquel Creek Water District board will use $3.2 million to purchase nearly 2 acres of Live Oak light industrial property for a water recycling…
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