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The water department in Detroit, Mich., is seeing fewer water customers at risk of shutoffs
The water department in Detroit, Mich., is seeing fewer water customers at risk of shutoffs.
Apr 24 2019
The Detroit water department is seeing a decline in the number of residential accounts being targeted for shutoff, according to water officials.…
In Milton, Fla., a new wastewater plant will improve water quality of the Blackwater River
In Milton, Fla., a new wastewater plant will improve water quality of the Blackwater River.
Apr 23 2019
The town of Milton, Fla., continues to move forward on its estimated $31 million project to move its wastewater treatment plant to East Milton to end…
The EPA is seeking input for development of National Water Reuse Action Plan
The EPA is seeking input for development of National Water Reuse Action Plan.
Apr 22 2019
The U.S. EPA is seeking public input on the development of an action plan to accelerate the application of water reuse as a safe, reliable, and…
GWI announces winners at the 2019 Global Water Awards
GWI announces winners at the 2019 Global Water Awards.
Apr 19 2019
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A water crisis in Kentucky shows the cost of clean drinking water
A water crisis in Kentucky shows the cost of clean drinking water
Apr 18 2019
In Lovely, Ky., resident Heather Blevin’s parents hooked their property into the municipal supply after the well water here turned brown and started…
The Regional Water Resource Agency in Kentucky is on track to meet U.S. EPA guidelines
The Regional Water Resource Agency in Kentucky is on track to meet U.S. EPA guidelines.
Apr 17 2019
In Kentucky, the Regional Water Resource Agency (RWRA) is ahead of schedule in its 10 year combined sewer overflow long term control plan, according…
In Western & Central Kansas, groundwater levels are slightly up or near steady
In Western & Central Kansas, groundwater levels are slightly up or near steady.
Apr 16 2019
Groundwater levels during 2018, on average, rose or remained even throughout most of western and central Kansas, according to preliminary data…
As farmers drill for water, California’s Central Valley continues to sink. However, according to a recent study, it can be saved.
As farmers drill for water, California’s Central Valley continues to sink. However, according to a recent study, it can be saved.
Apr 15 2019
Stanford University researchers believe they have identified the best way to replenish the shrinking aquifers beneath California’s Central Valley.…
Newport MUD selects LAN as district engineer
Newport MUD selects LAN as district engineer.
Apr 12 2019
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Apr 12 2019
President Donald J. Trump signed two executive orders designed to speed up oil and gas pipeline projects. According to AP, the action came after…
The Department of Natural Resources in Wisconsin asks that more chemicals be evaluated for safe levels in groundwater
The Department of Natural Resources in Wisconsin asks that more chemicals be evaluated for safe levels in groundwater.
Apr 11 2019
In Wisconsin, the Department of Natural Resources is asking a state health agency to study the potential impacts of a group of unregulated…
The town of Rosendale, N.Y., has recently embraced the switch from chlorine to UV for wastewater treatment
The town of Rosendale, N.Y., has recently embraced the switch from chlorine to UV for wastewater treatment.
Apr 10 2019
In Rosendale, N.Y., millions of dollars’ worth of improvements to the town’s water and sewer systems have been underway, phase by phase, since New…
A pilot plant at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia is researching how to purify bore and industrial wastewater
A pilot plant at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia is researching how to purify bore and industrial wastewater.
Apr 9 2019
The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Australia has opened a pilot plant at Banyo to study technology for removing salts from bore water,…
The City Council in Flint, Mich., has approved contractors to finish lead line replacement
The City Council in Flint, Mich., has approved contractors to finish lead line replacement.
Apr 9 2019
The Flint City Council has voted to move forward with their final phase of the FAST Start Program. According to ABC 12, the City Council voted to use…
Certification director for the California-Nevada Section of American Water Works Association Yan Zhang discusses a certification program for drinking water treatment and wastewater treatment operators in California
Certification director for the California-Nevada Section of American Water Works Association Yan Zhang discusses a certification program for drinking water treatment and wastewater treatment operators in California.
Apr 8 2019
 The Advanced Water Treatment Operator (AWTO) certification program is under development by the California-Nevada Section (CA-NV) of American Water…
De Nora acquires Neptune Enterprises, LLC, forming De Nora Neptune, LLC
De Nora acquires Neptune Enterprises, LLC, forming De Nora Neptune, LLC.
Apr 5 2019
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An ex water plant owner in West Virginia has admitting to discharging untreated sewage into the Potomac River, violating the Clean Water Act
An ex water plant owner in West Virginia has admitting to discharging untreated sewage into the Potomac River, violating the Clean Water Act.
Apr 5 2019
A former owner of a West Virginia water treatment plant admits to discharging untreated sewage into the Potomac River. According to the Associated…
Sewage used for fertilizers and energy at mines may prevent water shortages
Sewage used for fertilizers and energy at mines may prevent water shortages.
Apr 4 2019
Transforming the dirty water flushed down the drain into new products, such as clean energy and fertilizers, can help prevent reservoirs from running…
The EPA and the Missouri Mining Investments, LLC, have announced an agreement to clean up a Madison County Mines Superfund Site
The EPA and the Missouri Mining Investments, LLC, have announced an agreement to clean up a Madison County Mines Superfund Site.
Apr 4 2019
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced an agreement with Missouri Mining Investments, LLC, to perform a removal action at Operable…
Apr 3 2019
Chemicals including ammonia and cyanide spilled onto the ground from a above-ground holding tank at Erie Coke Corp. and the Pennsylvania Department…
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