Municipal Water

Water & Wastes Digest’s coverage of municipal wastewater topics helps consulting engineers, corporate managers/government administrators and operators the world over learn about the latest in collection techniques and treatment technologies. This information can help municipal systems become more efficient and positively contribute to the future of their cities.

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Mar 26 2018
Beginning next month, 17,461 Detroit households will run the risk of having their water shut off after the city reintroduces its controversial water…
Jan 22 2018
According to the Madison Water Utility, throughout 2017 the city of Madison, Wis. pumped the lowest amount of water it had in 50 years. The city…
Nov 30 2017
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded Utah approximately $15.6 million for clean water and drinking water projects in…
Nov 7 2017
The Pennsylvania American Water Company (PAWC) released a 48-hour boil water advisory Nov 6 for 55 towns in the counties of Allegheny and Washington…
Sep 27 2017
Spokane, Wash., confirmed reports of a water quality issue on the South Hill. City officials urged residents not to panic, but to refrain from…
Sep 25 2017
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has coordinated closely with federal, commonwealth, territory and local partners as it responds to the…
Jun 16 2017
The American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) announced that the City of Greeley, Colo., has won the 13th annual “Best of the Best” Tap Water Taste Test. The…
May 19 2017
Mazzei Injector Co. announced that MISCOwater, a manufacturers’ representative firm that provides process and equipment solutions for water and…
May 5 2017
American scientists found traces of an insecticide in U.S. tap water for the first time, reports Bluewater. Bluewater notes the findings come as a…
Feb 23 2017
The City of Westfield, Mass., announced its public works and water departments are seeking bids for portions of the treatment of the city’s water.…
Feb 21 2017
The State of New York has earmarked more than $2 million to improve the drinking water treatment systems in Auburn and Owasco, N.Y., according to…
Oct 29 2004
Sewer rates across the city of Lowell, MA will rise by about 20 percent after the City Council voted unanimously to borrow $50 million to upgrade the…
Aug 17 2004
Despite a reduction in the number of straight pipes dumping raw sewage into eastern Kentucky streams, water quality is still bad in many locations,…
Aug 12 2003
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 has signed an agreement with a group of 14 companies to immediately begin extending municipal water…
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