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LEC Inc. wins Telecoms Award for Platform of the Year for its iQ2 product.
LEC Inc. wins Telecoms Award for Platform of the Year for its iQ2 product.
Jul 20 2018
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Jul 19 2018
New computer will allow regulators the ability to retrieve accurate, short-term forecasts of beach water quality, referred to as “nowcasts.”…
Jul 19 2018
According to new research, water quality in the San Francisco Bay is showing improvement after decades of poor quality and significant cleanup…
Jul 19 2018
According to a new report by the European Environment Agency (EEA), only 40% of the continent’s water bodies are compliant with the agency’s…
Jul 18 2018
University of Waterloo scientists have created new artificial intelligence (AI) software that is capable of identifying and quantifying different…
Jul 17 2018
In May 2018, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced plans to invest $256 million towards the improvement of water infrastructure in…
Jul 13 2018
The water utility company American Water has announced that it, along with its employees, has raised more than $2 million over the last ten years for…
Jul 12 2018
According to new research out of the University of Leeds in England, microplastics in rivers are found in higher concentrations downstream from…
Jul 11 2018
In the face of the problem of water demand across the world, which is estimated to increase by approximately 50% by the year 2050, businesses may…
Jul 11 2018
Over the past two decades, nitrogen pollution sourced from the state of Iowa has worsened by nearly 50%. This is in spite of the fact that the state…
Jul 10 2018
One of the major water pollution problems plaguing various water supplies throughout the world comes in the form of pharmaceuticals present in…
Jul 9 2018
A three-way legal sparring battle is unfolding in the state of Maine. The state finds itself at odds with the U.S. EPA and local American Indian…
Antonio Casañas, key account manager, accepts a 2018 International Desalination Assn. Water Reuse and Conservation Award on behalf of Dow Water Solutions.
Dow Water Solutions wins the International Desalination Assn. award for Industry Technology and Innovation leader in Water Reuse and Conservation
Jul 6 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…
Jul 6 2018
A water technology startup by the name of Nano Sun has unveiled a new facility that will utilize 3D printers to create and manufacture water…
Jul 6 2018
Scott Pruitt has resigned as U.S. EPA Administrator, according to President Donald Trump. The resignation comes amid swirling controversy concerning…
Jul 5 2018
In new joint study between the countries of China and Pakistan, it was discovered that three of Pakistan’s major rivers are suffering from…
Jul 5 2018
According to Lake Ontario Waterkeeper, a charity organization that monitors water quality throughout the Lake Ontario watershed, only 5% of Toronto’s…
Ruling in the favor of Golden, Colo., the Colorado Supreme Court concluded Coors Brewing Co. needs to apply for a new water right to reuse and lease the water it discharges from its water treatment plant.
Water flows through a Colorado valley lush with autumn colored trees and flowers.
Jul 3 2018
Coors Brewing Co. must get a new water right so it can reuse or lease water to other businesses. The company applied to amend its augmentation plans…
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $21 million to fund advancements in solar-thermal desalination technologies.
Solar panels tucked under a blue sky with scattered white clouds.
Jul 2 2018
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced $21 million for new projects to advance solar-thermal desalination technologies. These 14 projects are…
Jun 29 2018
Hawaii Unveils Completed $375 Million Wastewater Project The completion of Hawaii’s largest ever wastewater system upgrade was formally announced…
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