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Jul 24 2019
A San Francisco, Calif., groundwater recycling project plans to save 30 million gal of drinking water annually by cleaning dirty groundwater for…
Jul 9 2019
Black & Veatch and Brown and Caldwell are collaborating on a water sustainability project in Winter Haven, Fla. According to a Brown and Caldwell…
Jul 8 2019
Rehabilitation of corrugated metal pipe (CMP) storm water culverts is a common task in any sewer network, but several factors in a recent Waukon,…
Jul 8 2019
Although erupting volcanoes are not often associated with positive results, the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (AMAFCA) is…
Jul 8 2019
Fort Worth, Texas, is the 15th largest city in the U.S. and provides water and sewer services to more than 1.2 million North Texas residents. Its…
Jul 4 2019
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed a $45 billion state construction bill Friday, June 28.  The state’s capital plan entitled Rebuild Illinois will…
Water & Wastes Digest, Storm Water Solutions, Water Quality Products Earn Top Award for the “Delaying Day Zero” feature; National Azbee is 3rd Major Award in 2019 for SGC Water Group
Water & Wastes Digest, Storm Water Solutions, Water Quality Products Earn Top Award for the “Delaying Day Zero” feature.
May 28 2019
The American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE) has announced its 2019 National Awards of Excellence Winners. The Water Group of…
May 24 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…
May 22 2019
Police in Muncie, Ind., investigated the discovery of an unidentified man’s body at a wastewater treatment plant on the city’s west side Monday. The…
100,000 gal of waste were spilled as a result of the breach in Tyler, Texas
100,000 gal of waste were spilled as a result of the breach in Tyler, Texas.
May 2 2019
In Tyler, Texas, a 42-in. sewer main collapsed on April 30 at a city of Tyler water utilities plant. The collapse resulted in more than 100,000 gal…
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Image credit: stock.adobe.com / agephotography.
May 1 2019
With each year, we hear more about the “Silver Tsunami” of impending retirements and the need to refill positions with young, talented and driven…
The U.S. EPA has resolved Clean Water Act violations with Honolulu
The U.S. EPA has resolved Clean Water Act violations with Honolulu.
Apr 30 2019
The U.S. EPA has resolved Clean Water Act violations with Honolulu and Waste Management at Waimanalo Gulch Landfill. The city and county of Honolulu…
The Regional Water Resource Agency in Kentucky is on track to meet U.S. EPA guidelines
The Regional Water Resource Agency in Kentucky is on track to meet U.S. EPA guidelines.
Apr 17 2019
In Kentucky, the Regional Water Resource Agency (RWRA) is ahead of schedule in its 10 year combined sewer overflow long term control plan, according…
As farmers drill for water, California’s Central Valley continues to sink. However, according to a recent study, it can be saved.
As farmers drill for water, California’s Central Valley continues to sink. However, according to a recent study, it can be saved.
Apr 15 2019
Stanford University researchers believe they have identified the best way to replenish the shrinking aquifers beneath California’s Central Valley.…
Newport MUD selects LAN as district engineer
Newport MUD selects LAN as district engineer.
Apr 12 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…
The town of Rosendale, N.Y., has recently embraced the switch from chlorine to UV for wastewater treatment
The town of Rosendale, N.Y., has recently embraced the switch from chlorine to UV for wastewater treatment.
Apr 10 2019
In Rosendale, N.Y., millions of dollars’ worth of improvements to the town’s water and sewer systems have been underway, phase by phase, since New…
Charlotte County, Fla., treats leachate on site
Charlotte County, Fla., treats leachate on site.
Apr 2 2019
For decades, Charlotte County, Fla., has drawn a growing number of retirees from northern climates seeking sunshine, lower taxes and a slower pace of…
Apr 2 2019
Addressing the prevalence of lead pipe in the U.S. will require decades and estimates of billions of dollars to fix. For some utilities, pipe…
Apr 1 2019
The nation’s leading water and public works organizations are gathering in the nation’s capital during Water Week 2019 (March 31 to April 6) to urge…
From L to R: Salvation Army Kenosha Board Chairman Tim Leach; Salvation Army Kenosha Auxiliary Captain Marie Lewis; Receiving the award on behalf of the Centrisys/CNP employees Jan Mosele & Carlos Contreras; President of Celebrate Our Town Cindy Nicoletti; Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth; Mayor of Kenosha John Antaramian.
From L to R: Salvation Army Kenosha Board Chairman Tim Leach; Salvation Army Kenosha Auxiliary Captain Marie Lewis; Receiving the award on behalf of the Centrisys/CNP employees Jan Mosele & Carlos Contreras; President of Celebrate Our Town Cindy Nicoletti; Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth; Mayor of Kenosha John Antaramian.
Mar 29 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…
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