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Sep 6 2005
One of the many responsibilities of operators is specifying equipment for their applications. More manufacturers entering the market can make this a…
Aug 2 2005
As concerns over the health effects of arsenic increase, so do the regulations to minimize the levels of arsenic in drinking water. To help…
Jun 8 2005
A major refinery in California found itself in violation of local discharge standards and needed to upgrade its water treatment operation. The…
May 11 2005
The full cost of ownership consists of the initial capital, commissioning, training, spare parts, maintenance and calibration costs for the lifetime…
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
Throughout the last century, many North American municipalities implemented water disinfection and filtration systems to protect residents from…
Jan 17 2005
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 7 celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act on December 16, and congratulated…
Jan 12 2005
Water is probably the most important natural resource in our environment. We drink it, we wash with it, cool with it, transfer energy with it, and we…
Nov 22 2004
EcoArray, Inc., a genomics company specializing in constructing and using gene chips for environmental testing, announced that the company and the U.…
Sep 1 2004
Pennsylvania American Water, the state's largest regulated public water utility, has completed the acquisition of the water assets of Sligo Borough…
Aug 9 2004
The state Department of Environmental Services in New Hampshire is requesting that the federal government formally designate the state's coastal…
Aug 3 2004
The chief executive officers of the Water Quality Association (WQA) and the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA) signed a…
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 12 2004
Neogen Corporation has signed a worldwide agreement with CPI International to distribute a breakthrough, recently EPA-approved water test. The…
Jun 28 2004
A new well water testing service has been developed to safeguard the water supplies of the 53 million Americans who get drinking water from private…
Mar 10 2004
People who fish or swim in the Great Lakes are getting inconsistent information about whether their activities are safe depending on which state they…
Mar 10 2004
The federal Bureau of Reclamation has approved a 12,600-acre-ft water lease between Aurora and 152 Arkansas Valley farmers, the largest temporary…
Mar 5 2004
As water costs increase and supplies dwindle, communities and business alike are turning to high-tech water treatment systems that recycle and reuse…
Mar 3 2004
It's official. NASA announced that parts of Mars once in fact contained so much water that life could have existed there. Opportunity, the robot…
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