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Jul 13 2005
The design/build/operate (DBO) alternative to traditionally fragmented procurement and operation continues to gain favor with utilities needing new…
Jun 29 2005
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 has cited six home developers and one commercial developer in the Kansas City area for violations of…
May 11 2005
The Sausalito-Marin City Sanitary District (SMCSD) is a publicly owned treatment works in California, responsible for collecting, treating and…
May 11 2005
Standing 140 ft tall and 34 ft in diameter, a brightly painted, balloon-shaped water tank offers a cheery greeting in the distance as campers…
May 11 2005
Potable water tanks are an essential lifeline in every community. In order to ensure that the Alvarado (Calif.) Water Filtration Plant would be able…
May 11 2005
The Palm Beach (Fla.) County Water Treatment Plant #3 needed to expand capacity to meet the increasing demand of a growing population. Located in…
Feb 24 2005
On February 18, EPA announced a call for nominations of Targeted Watersheds grants. Formerly called the Watershed Initiative program, the Targeted…
Feb 2 2005
The city of Sierra Madre, Calif., was recently challenged with trying to replace an existing water storage tank with two new tanks and having only…
Jan 27 2005
American Water Star Inc., a publicly traded company located in Las Vegas, announced the addition of Leonard Kowalewski to its management team.…
Jan 26 2005
Nelsen Corporation, a distributor for professional water dealers, will present their second in a series of vendor showcases on Wednesday, February 23…
Jan 14 2005
Arriving almost a week ago, U.S. marines who were involved in the 2003 invasion of Iraq now are playing a vital role in helping survivors of the…
Nov 4 2004
On November 1, EPA’s Administrator signed a Federal Register Notice withdrawing a proposed rule that would have modified the current Agency Detection…
Sep 24 2004
A new theory about ancient Mars supports the idea that the Red Planet was once potentially habitable. Ancient acidic seas, similar to those found in…
Aug 31 2004
Despite Clean Water Act upgrades, thousands are sickened each year as waste from failing systems seeps into waterways, report finds. Sewer systems…
Aug 6 2004
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded more than $1 million to the state of California to help protect and restore Lake Tahoe. The Lahontan…
Jul 30 2004
U.S. EPA Administrator Mike Leavitt today named Rich McKeown as his new Chief of Staff. McKeown will replace Tom Gibson, who announced earlier this…
Jul 30 2004
In northwest Mississippi, Clarksdale Public Utilities officials are searching for the source of high levels of copper coming out of their treatment…
Jul 30 2004
Sandra Burnett of Sisters' Garden & Catering Company, Kimberly Wordsworth of KBev Inc., and former Nortel manager Greg Murphy have joined forces…
Jul 14 2004
At a press conference at one of Boston Harbor’s most popular beaches, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced a $257,000 grant to the…
May 21 2004
One of California’s largest central coast range rivers, the Napa River, drains 426 square miles on its 50-mile journey from Mt. St. Helena to the San…
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