The Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility (TMWRF) is a 150,000 cubic meters per day wastewater treatment facility that discharges into the Truckee River – the main source of water for Nevada’s Pyramid Lake.
Compact biological aerated filtration and high-rate sand-ballasted settling allows the Metro Syracuse, NY, wastewater treatment plant to consistently meet stringent effluent ammonia and phosphorous limits.
CheckLight – part of the Whitewater Technology Group, a company based in Israel – has introduced to the US market a new water monitoring system that uses non-pathogenic luminous marine bacteria as early-detection sensors.
A new addition to the 3M™ Dynatel™ Locators 2200M Series, the 2220M locator is designed to provide a simple and accurate solution to locate buried pipes, cables and Sondes in even the most challenging field conditions.
A groundwater supply project by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission that will provide a water "savings account" to protect against future drought and earthquakes in the Bay Area has completed environmental review and is moving forward to construction later this year.
A research team from the New Jersey Institute of Technology has estimated the total mass of oil that reached the Gulf of Mexico shore in the wake of the BP Deepwater Horizon spill, which occurred in April of 2010.
A new study has found that improved construction standards for cement well linings and casings at hydraulic fracturing sites is the likely source of most natural gas contamination in drinking water wells associated with fracking.
The Water Innovation Project released a new water book for preorder, titled "Damned If We Don't! Ideas for accelerating change around water," focused on water-related issues and stories from authors representing ideas of better managing the industry's relationship with water.