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May 21 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
A pair of University of Delaware environmental engineering professors and a UD engineering alumnus have teamed up to test technology using iron…
May 20 2020Packaged Treatment Plants, Wastewater
The Worthington Public Utilities Water & Light Commission conducted its first public hearing via Zoom to discuss plans to replace the city’s…
May 18 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
The U.S. House approved the latest approximate $3 trillion COVID-19 (coronavirus) relief package.  This is one of four separate measures created to…
May 14 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
For the past seven decades, the City of Baltimore, Maryland has been funneling millions of gallons of wastewater through five miles of pipes daily…
May 13 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
The House of Representatives introduced a new stimulus bill, the Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act, or the "HEROES Act,"…
May 12 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
Liberty Lake, Washington’s wastewater treatment plant has noticed thinner bacteria colonies that aid sewage treatment, reported the Spokesman-Review…
May 11 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
WEF President Jackie Jarrell and WEF Executive Director Walt Marlowe announced a WEFTEC 2020 Coronavirus Update Post. WEFTEC will continue to be held…
May 8 2020Safety & Security
IAPMO Makes Illustrated Training Manuals and Study Guides Available Free Online IAPMO has made its 2018 Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC) and Uniform…
May 8 2020Funding
A major water infrastructure package advanced in the Senate, approved by votes of 21-0.  The committee approved legislation authorizing approximately…
May 7 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
Due to discharges from the nearby Takahama nuclear power plant, tropical fish and other species were able to colonize a small coastal area in the Sea…
May 6 2020Testing
In the wake of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has launched a research effort to investigate the…
May 5 2020Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
The Dakota County Board of Commissioners scheduled a public hearing ahead of a vote that would place a one-year moratorium on new industrial water…
May 4 2020Q&A
Note: Responses have been edited for clarity Cristina Tuser: Can you summarize the implications of using chlorine/chloramine in water reuse?  IDE…
May 4 2020Coronavirus COVID-19
Both chambers of Congress are moving ahead on water infrastructure legislation. The bills reauthorize legislation on water resource development and…
May 1 2020Awards
OSIsoft’s PI World Goes Virtual OSIsoft is extending an invite for you to attend the first virtual PI World, OSIsoft’s flagship customer event, on…
Apr 30 2020Industrial Water
Bungard and Muz Moeller, of Ghost Brewing, have teamed up and launched the New Zealand Beer Exchange in the wake of the COVID-19 (coronavirus)…
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…
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