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Kevin Morley
Kevin Morley, manager of federal relations for AWWA
May 13 2021
The principle of resilience reminds me of Aesop’s fable about the ants and the grasshopper. In the story, the ants diligently worked all summer to…
Mar 29 2021
The Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) wrote a letter to EPA Administrator Michael Regan to highlight a number of major issues of…
Oct 30 2020
Since 1960, Vaughan Company remains committed to giving our customers outstanding service and the most dependable product solutions in the world.…
Sep 10 2020
Companies accused of contaminating drinking water wells in North Smithfield, Rhode Island and Millville, Massachusetts are taking steps to reduce…
Sanitaire’s ICEAS SBR at the St. Joseph Sanitary District No. 1.
Sanitaire’s ICEAS SBR at the St. Joseph Sanitary District No. 1.
Sponsored
Aug 13 2020
St. Joseph Sanitary District No. 1, near La Crosse, Wisconsin, operated a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) that served approximately 1,000…
Expanding wastewater infrastructure in Turkey
Expanding wastewater infrastructure in Turkey.
Sponsored
Apr 30 2020
Expanding Turkey’s wastewater treatment capability cost-effectively was a priority for ISKI. This high-profile project was an opportunity to set the…
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…
An innovative water treatment program in Virginia called SWIFT (Sustainable Water Initiative for Tomorrow) relies on BILCO for specialty access doors.
An innovative water treatment program in Virginia called SWIFT (Sustainable Water Initiative for Tomorrow) relies on BILCO for specialty access doors.
Sponsored
Jan 3 2020
An innovative water treatment program in Virginia called SWIFT (Sustainable Water Initiative for Tomorrow) is a critical first step designed to…
Nov 11 2019
The damage caused by zebra mussels in Lake Pflugerville left water customers in and around Pflugerville, Texas susceptible to a microscopic parasite…
Oct 20 2019
When it comes to treatment of industrial water and wastewater, the general public can quickly get up in arms before knowing the full story. It is…
Oct 20 2019
The textile industry is an intensive industry for the consumption of water because water is used for various steps in the textile dyeing process. It…
Oct 14 2019
The vast networks of buried water, wastewater and storm water infrastructure are the veins and arteries feeding our people, our cities and protecting…
Oct 14 2019
The water and wastewater industries face unprecedented challenges, with high global demand for clean, safe and reliable water and rising populations…
Oct 14 2019
Increasing water demand and greater variability of water supplies resulting from climate change, population growth and other stressors are a few of…
Apr 9 2019
In conjunction with Joseph J. Henderson, general contractor and engineer of Baxter & Woodman, Metropolitan Ind. supplied the city of Joliet with…
The Arizona Clean Water State Revolving Fund has given the the Town of Marana $1.5 million to design and construct a new lift station.
The Arizona Clean Water State Revolving Fund has given the the Town of Marana $1.5 million to design and construct a new lift station.
Jan 10 2019
The Town of Marana, Ariz., received about $1.5 million from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund to design and construct a new lift station and force…
Jan 9 2019
With growing concern over natural resource consumption, climate change has led to an initiative to eliminate the negative environmental impacts…
Jan 9 2019
In the past decade, promulgation of the U.S. EPA’s Stage 2 Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproducts Rule has caused many water utilities and…
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…
Nov 2 2018
Clean water is the world’s most precious resource. It is necessary for the well-being of both humans and the environment, but in recent years, it has…
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