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Wastewater has flowed into the far northwest area of a lake in North Texas
Wastewater has flowed into the far northwest area of a lake in North Texas.
Jan 1 2019
In Wylie, Texas, thousands of gallons of wastewater spilled at the North Texas Municipal Water District’s site. According to district officials, the…
The Michigan DEQ will begin an investigation to determine the source and distribution of PFAS
The Michigan DEQ will begin an investigation to determine the source and distribution of PFAS.
Jan 1 2019
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has discovered 20 more wells with traces of hazardous substances after the latest round of…
In Denmark, S.C., residents are dealing with effects of being exposed to HaloSan in their water
In Denmark, S.C., residents are dealing with effects of being exposed to HaloSan in their water.
Dec 31 2018
In the city of Denmark, S.C., residents are dealing with the effects of being exposed to the chemical HaloSan in their water. According to WRDW,…
Grundfos WaterPro Championship
Grundfos WaterPro Championship.
Dec 28 2018
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Gov.-elect Gretchen Whitmer says she will bring back bottled water after Gov. Rick Snyder made the call to stop distributing water
Gov.-elect Gretchen Whitmer says she will bring back bottled water after Gov. Rick Snyder made the call to stop distributing water.
Dec 28 2018
In Flint, Gov.-elect Gretchen Whitmer says she is ready to bring back bottled water to the people of Flint. According to WWMT, Gov. Rick Snyder’s…
A computer glitch at a filtration plant may have allowed minerals to seep into the water turning the water brown in Lake Station, Ind.
A computer glitch at a filtration plant may have allowed minerals to seep into the water turning the water brown in Lake Station, Ind.
Dec 27 2018
In Lake Station, Ind., residents have noticed brown-tinted waters. According to CBS Chicago, officials say it is supposedly safe to drink. A supposed…
Selenium, arsenic, lithium and more were detected at multiple coal-fired power plants in Wyoming
Selenium, arsenic, lithium and more were detected at multiple coal-fired power plants in Wyoming.
Dec 27 2018
In Wyoming, three PacifiCorp coal-fired power plants reported contamination of groundwater above state or federal limits. This includes the Dave…
In Milford, Mass., sewage started spewing into downtown businesses from a grease blockage
In Milford, Mass., sewage started spewing into downtown businesses from a grease blockage.
Dec 26 2018
For a week in November of 2018, sewage oozed into the basement spa at Bellagente Salon in Milford, Mass. “It was a nightmare,” said owner Sasha Meyer…
The $3 billion plan is to promote water-independence by treating wastewater and returning it to city taps
The $3 billion plan is to promote water-independence by treating wastewater and returning it to city taps.
Dec 26 2018
The San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) is declining to pay to relocate a massive water-recycling plant, one of the most expensive capital…
The Global Water Treatment Chemicals Industry grew more than 6.40% over the period 2017-2025.
The Global Water Treatment Chemicals Industry grew more than 6.40% over the period 2017-2025.
Dec 25 2018
The Global Water Treatment Chemicals Industry valued approximately 39.70 billion in 2016 in the U.S. and is anticipated to grow with a growth rate of…
At least 67 coal ash dumps in 22 states are leaking harmful chemicals into groundwater
At least 67 coal ash dumps in 22 states are leaking harmful chemicals into groundwater.
Dec 25 2018
On Dec. 22, 2008, the earthen wall of a coal ash impoundment in Kingston, Tenn., ruptured. The disaster sent 1.1 billion gal of coal ash slurry…
Delaware Energy Services is focusing on horizontal drilling for oil in New Mexico
Delaware Energy Services is focusing on horizontal drilling for oil in New Mexico.
Dec 24 2018
Delaware Energy Services is focusing on the west, serving the New Mexico portion of the northern Delaware Basin. According to the Midland Reporter-…
Sewer plants in Michigan are working to eliminate PFAS in tests to make sure the contaminant is not released in the Grand River
Sewer plants in Michigan are working to eliminate PFAS in tests to make sure the contaminant is not released in the Grand River.
Dec 24 2018
In Michigan, work towards eliminating PFAS continues in Plainfield Township as the municipal sewer treatment plant tests to make sure the plant is…
Hyrec deploys pilot test plant
Hyrec deploys pilot test plant.
Dec 21 2018
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Dec 21 2018
Duke Energy has filed reports with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that show the utility company is not meeting groundwater standards…
Hu Honua Bioenergy is being fined $25,000 for discharging industrial wastewater into the ocean by the Hawaii State Department of Health’s Clean Water Branch
Hu Honua Bioenergy is being fined $25,000 for discharging industrial wastewater into the ocean by the Hawaii State Department of Health’s Clean Water Branch.
Dec 20 2018
The Hawaii State Department of Health’s Clean Water Branch (DOH) is fining Hu Honua Bioenergy $25,000 for discharging industrial wastewater into the…
A scientific panel think Michigan’s standard for protecting drinking water from toxins
A scientific panel think Michigan’s standard for protecting drinking water from toxins.
Dec 20 2018
A scientific panel said Michigan’s standard for protecting drinking water from certain toxic chemicals may not be strong enough to safeguard human…
A sewer pipe in Louisville, Ky., is now repaired after corrosive sewer gases were found eating away the pipe’s concrete lining
A sewer pipe in Louisville, Ky., is now repaired after corrosive sewer gases were found eating away the pipe’s concrete lining.
Dec 19 2018
Repairs on a sewer pipe in Louisville, Ky., are now complete eight months after corrosive sewer gases were found eating away the pipe’s concrete…
Arizona, Nevada and California has been awarded millions by the EPA for Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund programs
Arizona, Nevada and California has been awarded millions by the EPA for Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund programs.
Dec 19 2018
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Arizona, Nevada and California funds for their drinking water and wastewater projects. According…
 Scientists for Ohio State University are working with farms to help prevent harmful algal blooms in the state
Scientists for Ohio State University are working with farms to help prevent harmful algal blooms in the state.
Dec 18 2018
At Ohio State University, researchers are working to improve tools that could help farmers and others prevent harmful algal blooms. A team of…
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