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The ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI Series 12000-2018 was developed in 2014 to address the nature of pathogen and infectious diseases
The ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI Series 12000-2018 was developed in 2014 to address the nature of pathogen and infectious diseases.
Nov 13 2018
The ASSE/IAPMO/ANSI Series 12000-2018 (Professional Qualifications Standard for Infection Control Risk Assessment for All Building Systems) has been…
Actions in Hawaii led to closure of 10 large-capacity cesspools (LCCs) and over $640,000 in fines
Actions in Hawaii led to closure of 10 large-capacity cesspools (LCCs) and over $640,000 in fines.
Nov 13 2018
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) actions in Hawaii led to closure of 10 large-capacity cesspools (LCCs) and over $640,000 in fines,…
Approval is needed before Michigan town can seek federal grants and loans needed to help tackle estimated $1.25 million project
Approval is needed before Michigan town can seek federal grants and loans needed to help tackle estimated $1.25 million project.
Nov 12 2018
A town in Michigan is waiting on state regulators to sign off on upgrades to its wastewater treatment system. According to The Herald Palladium,…
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…
Wastewater project was launched with the goal of creating a low-cost wastewater treatment system
Wastewater project launched with the goal of creating a low-cost wastewater treatment system.
Nov 9 2018
About two thirds of the world’s population could be living under water-stressed conditions by 2025, according to United Nations. This pressure on the…
LAN to design utility improvement
LAN to design utility improvement
Nov 9 2018
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A sewer line in Virginia is leaking in a resident’s front yard, leaving behind waste
A sewer line in Virginia is leaking in a resident’s front yard, leaving behind waste.
Nov 9 2018
Residents in Madison Heights, Va., have an odor problem. According to ABC 13, a sewer line is is leaking in their yard. “Over the past couple of…
The CDC awarded two contracts to study antibiotic resistance in recycled water and plumbing to two Virginia Tech professors
The CDC awarded two contracts to study antibiotic resistance in recycled water and plumbing to two Virginia Tech professors.
Nov 8 2018
An estimated 23,000 deaths and 2 million illnesses per year in the U.S. are attributed to bacteria that has become resistant to antibiotics.…
Officials in Southampton, N.Y., are unconvinced a former town landfill is source of water contamination
Officials in Southampton, N.Y., are unconvinced a former town landfill is source of water contamination.
Nov 8 2018
In New York, officials in Southampton are unconvinced a former town landfill in East Quogue is the source of drinking water contamination in the area…
Combined sewer system in Washington D.C. mixes stormwater and sewage in the same pipes
Combined sewer system in Washington D.C. mixes stormwater and sewage in the same pipes.
Nov 7 2018
In Washington D.C., DC Water has recently completed a new sewer tunnel. According to Wamu, the Anacostia River was supposed to get a lot cleaner…
Water providers are hosting a meeting in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., to update community on a toxic underground plume
Water providers are hosting a meeting in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., to update community on a toxic underground plume.
Nov 7 2018
In South Lake Tahoe, Calif., water providers are planning to host a meeting on Nov. 7 to update the community on a toxic underground plume. According…
Allen Harim will pay the state of Delaware at least $150,000 in fines to resolve violations
Allen Harim will pay the state of Delaware at least $150,000 in fines to resolve violations.
Nov 6 2018
On Nov. 15, 2016, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) announced it found dozens of wastewater-related…
Blockages of grease cause multiple sewer water spills in Tennessee
Blockages of grease cause multiple sewer water spills in Tennessee.
Nov 6 2018
In Tennessee, a sewer water spill was caused by a blockage of grease. According to The Chattanoogan, crews were cleaning Walker County & Sewerage…
 Mueller Water Products signs agreement to acquire Krausz Industries for $140 million in cash
Mueller Water Products signs agreement to acquire Krausz Industries for $140 million in cash.
Nov 5 2018
Mueller Water Products announced it has signed a agreement to acquire Krausz Industries for $140 million in cash, according to a Mueller Water…
The New York Times photo.
The New York Times photo.
Nov 5 2018
In Armenia, Wis., the groundwater is laced with contaminants. According to The New York Times, people refuse to drink it, they won’t brush their…
Warren, Ohio, has filed a lawsuit alleging Trumbull County owes up to $3 million in unpaid sewer bills
Warren, Ohio, has filed a lawsuit alleging Trumbull County owes up to $3 million in unpaid sewer bills
Nov 5 2018
The city of Warren, Ohio, has filed a lawsuit in Trumbull County Common Pleas court alleging the county owes up to $3 million in unpaid sewer bills,…
Julian Lowe, International Sales Director, Modern Water (left) and Peter Nicoll, Technical Director, Modern Water (right) with Dr. Gunter Rencken, Technical Director from WEC Projects of South Africa.
Julian Lowe, International Sales Director, Modern Water (left) and Peter Nicoll, Technical Director, Modern Water (right) with Dr. Gunter Rencken, Technical Director from WEC Projects of South Africa.
Nov 2 2018
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…
New partnership will provide 475,000 eligible homeowners water and sewer line protection for about $8 a month in Philadelphia
New partnership will provide 475,000 eligible homeowners water and sewer line protection for about $8 a month in Philadelphia.
Nov 2 2018
The Philadelphia Energy Authority have announced a new partnership with American Water Resources (AWR). According to The Philadelphia Tribune, the…
Assistant Programs Act addresses the affordability challenges facing public drinking water and clean water utilities
Assistant Programs Act addresses the affordability challenges facing public drinking water and clean water utilities.
Nov 1 2018
The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) has announced their support of the Low Income Water Customer Assistance Programs Act.…
Connecticut roads and wastewater are in poor condition
Connecticut roads and wastewater are in poor condition.
Nov 1 2018
The 2018 Report Card for Connecticut’s Infrastructure was released by the Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers (CSCE) Section of the American…
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