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A survey reveals how the deteriorating state of America’s aging infrastructure affects Americans’ drinking water attribute and habits
A survey reveals how the deteriorating state of America’s aging infrastructure affects Americans’ drinking water attribute and habits.
Feb 11 2019
A national survey shows almost a third of Americans (28%) have experienced water contamination issues in the past two years, a slight increase from a…
Feb 8 2019
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The EPA is moving President Donald J. Trump’s infrastructure agenda forward by working to get the financing, tools and resources needed to help modernize outdated water infrastructure
The EPA is moving President Donald J. Trump’s infrastructure agenda forward by working to get the financing, tools and resources needed to help modernize outdated water infrastructure.
Feb 8 2019
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has accelerated investment in the nation’s aging water infrastructure. “EPA is delivering on President…
A sewer in Sonoma Valley, Calif., has been periodically leaking wastewater during heavy winter storms
A sewer in Sonoma Valley, Calif., has been periodically leaking wastewater during heavy winter storms.
Feb 7 2019
In Sonoma Valley, Calif., work on the next phase of replacing an old and failing sewer main is set to begin this summer. The sewer had been…
The EPA and the Army will hold a public hearing on the proposed new WOTUS definition in Kansas City with sessions on Feb. 27 and 28
The EPA and the Army will hold a public hearing on the proposed new WOTUS definition in Kansas City with sessions on Feb. 27 and 28.
Feb 7 2019
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of the Army (Army) are moving to the next steps in proposing a new definition of…
During his second State of the Union Speech, President Donald J. Trump spoke briefly on rebuilding our nation’s infrastructure
During his second State of the Union Speech, President Donald J. Trump spoke briefly on rebuilding our nation’s infrastructure.
Feb 6 2019
Last night, President Donald J. Trump gave his second State of the Union Speech. The president briefly spoke on rebuilding our nation’s…
Feb 6 2019
A large reservoir of industrial wastewater is threatening to burst near the Mississippi River, between Baton Rouge and New Orleans. According to New…
The SP Enviro, aims to use microbial fuel cells to process textile wastewater and generate electricity that will render this exercise energy-efficient
The SP Enviro, aims to use microbial fuel cells to process textile wastewater and generate electricity that will render this exercise energy-efficient.
Feb 5 2019
Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) are emerging as an option to treat textile wastewater. According to The Hindu, a startup called the SP Enviro, aims to…
The EPA has announced that Sunoco Pipeline and Mid-Valley Pipeline will settle oil spill violation with a $5 million civil penalty
The EPA has announced that Sunoco Pipeline and Mid-Valley Pipeline will settle oil spill violation with a $5 million civil penalty.
Feb 5 2019
Sunoco Pipeline L.P. has agreed to pay civil penalties and state enforcement costs and to implement corrective measures to resolve alleged violations…
Gradiant will provide end-to-end water recycling solutions for clients in the textile processing
Gradiant will provide end-to-end water recycling solutions for clients in the textile processing.
Feb 4 2019
Gradiant Corporation has secured four Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) projects in India via its Gradiant India Pvt Ltd division. According to Business…
The EPA’s PFAS action plan will outline the agency’s approach to identifying and understanding PFAS exposures and addressing the PFAS challenge
The EPA’s PFAS action plan will outline the agency’s approach to identifying and understanding PFAS exposures and addressing the PFAS challenge.
Feb 4 2019
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Water Assistant Administrator David Ross released the following statement on Tuesday, Jan.…
Trinidad & Tobago engage new leak survey
Trinidad & Tobago engage new leak survey.
Feb 1 2019
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With the recent cold weather expected to start warming up, snowmelt and rain can lead to flooding in the Chicago area
With the recent cold weather expected to start warming up, snowmelt and rain may lead to flooding in the Chicago area.
Feb 1 2019
The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) is preparing for flow by lowering water levels in the Chicago Area Waterway…
Jan 30 2019
During the each winter, Austin Water does wastewater averaging. Wastewater averaging provides a measure that is reflective of the amount of water…
A wastewater treatment company in southern Vietnam has inaugurated $4.33 million in an industrial wastewater plant using biological technology
A wastewater treatment company in southern Vietnam has inaugurated $4.33 million in an industrial wastewater plant using biological technology.
Jan 30 2019
The Hang Huu Huynh Wastewater Treatment Company in southern Vietnam has inaugurated $4.33 million in an industrial wastewater plant using biological…
Two toxic chemicals, PFOA and PFOS, have been found at unsafe levels in at least 16 million Americans’ tap water
Two toxic chemicals, PFOA and PFOS, have been found at unsafe levels in at least 16 million Americans’ tap water.
Jan 29 2019
The Trump administration will not set a drinking water limit for two toxic chemicals that are contaminating millions of Americans' tap water,…
 New York City releases untreated water sewage and stormwater runoff every year into its waterways
New York City releases untreated water sewage and stormwater runoff every year into its waterways.
Jan 29 2019
Every year, New York City release 100 billion liters of untreated water sewage and stormwater runoff into its waterways. According to City Limits,…
 An Oregon state board has approved $120 million in publicly issued bonds to help finance a $600 million water treatment project at Intel
An Oregon state board has approved $120 million in publicly issued bonds to help finance a $600 million water treatment project at Intel.
Jan 28 2019
In Oregon, a state board has approved $120 million in publicly issued bonds to help finance a $600 million water treatment project at Intel.…
The City of Longmont has begun construction on its Biogas Treatment and Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Fueling Station Project
The City of Longmont has begun construction on its Biogas Treatment and Renewable Natural Gas Fueling Station Project.
Jan 25 2019
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Scientists who monitor restoration in the Colorado River Delta report that a shallow water table is essential to the survival of riparian vegetation
Scientists who monitor restoration in the Colorado River Delta report that a shallow water table is essential to the survival of riparian vegetation.
Jan 25 2019
A restoration site in Colorado River Delta is one of three south of the U.S.- Mexico border along the last miles of the Colorado River. There, a…
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