DRINKING WATER ARTICLES

Water leaders urge Congress to repeal ban on tax-exempt bonds for WIFIA projects

In several meetings on Capitol Hill, water utility leaders urged U.S. Congress to increase the effectiveness of the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act by repealing a ban on the use of ...

National "Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation" begins April 1, 2015

In light of at least 36 states facing water shortages this year, mayors across the country are encouraging residents to commit to conserve water and reduce pollution by participating in the "M...

Southern Delivery System water project completes 50 miles of pipeline construction

Community leaders, contractors and partner communities have celebrated the completion of 50 miles of pipeline construction for Colorado's Southern Delivery System, one of the largest water projects...

Interactive Website Highlights Water Loss Reduction Efforts across Nation

A number of tools have been developed to help utilities understand and manage their water loss. Now, a new, interactive website launched by the Natural Resources Defense Council aims to highlight p...

Veolia/MSF partnership to install solar panels and help combat malaria in Chad

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF - Doctors Without Borders) and the Veolia Foundation have signed a multi-year research and innovation partnership in the fields of energy, waste, wastewater and drinki...

Universal Metering: An Answer to California's Water Woes?

California's drought is prompting a closer look at the use and management of the state's water resources. One area that has come under increased scrutiny is water meters.

New Pacific Institute report reveals impacts of CA drought on hydroelectricity costs

A recent Pacific Institute report reveals that with California's drough, diminished river flows have resulted in less hydroelectricity, more expensive electricity and increased production of greenh...

H2O Risk: Business [not] as Usual

Water risks are now a major concern for multinationals. Nestlé realised this nearly 10 years ago and made changes. How are other companies pre-empting what could be industry's biggest challenge?

Texas beef plant named 2015 state water conservation winner

Texas Water Foundation has announced that it will present its annual Blue Legacy Award to a Friona, Texas, beef processing facility owned and operated by Cargill, a global food, agriculture, financ...

World Water Day 2015: Purdue researchers pursuing technologies to address water safety, drinkability

To commemorate World Water Day, held on Sunday, March 22, researchers from Purdue University have announced that they are continuing to develop technologies that could address water safety and drin...

BUYER'S GUIDE COMPANIES

Scipar Inc

Specializes in the design and commissioning of fully engineered process control systems for water resources, hydroele...

Gemite Products Inc

Offers waterproofing systems for potable water NSF/ANSI approved, waste-water (crystalline & flexible system), waterp...

Medro Systems Inc

Manufactures industrial and medical water treatment systems, primarily reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, deionization...

RS Technical Services Inc

Video pipeline inspection systems with unparalleled product durability and reliability utilizing cutting-edge single ...

BUYER'S GUIDE PRODUCTS

Tri-Bond Rubber Linings

Blair's Tri-bond rubber linings are designed with a triple layer construction consisting of a soft/semi-hard/soft combination of rubbers and are specially compounded for many solutions.

Intelligent Water

The Intelligent Water software solution derives insights from data to help utilities manage pressure, reduce water consumption, mitigate sewer overflow, and better manage their water infrastructure, assets and operations.

Quantum Marketing Group

Manufactures flexible pipeline and valve markers, signs, decals and related visual identification products.

Georg Fischer Piping Systems Ltd

Provides customized solutions and high-quality components used in industrial applications, gas and water distribution.