DRINKING WATER ARTICLES

Streamlined Response: Los Angeles Takes New Approach to Incident, Outage Management

In looking to streamline its water and wastewater operations, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power implemented the commercial, off-the-shelf Trimble® eRespond® Incident Management solution...

IDA announces deadline extension for 2014-2015 Fellowship Award applications

The International Desalination Association has extended the deadline of applications for its 2014-15 Fellowship Program, giving candidates until Jan. 31, 2015 to apply.

The Inside Story: How a Pipe's Inside Diameter Affects Energy Use

Some significant energy savings can already be found in the type of water pipes serving our communities. Since most of the pipe that distributes water to neighborhoods is standardized on a common o...

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Stories this week include Jeddah 4 desalination expansion awarded to Black & Veatch and Australian desal veteran defends mothballed projects...

EPA celebrates 40th anniversary of Safe Drinking Water Act

Today, the Environmental Protection Agency celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which Congress passed on December 16, 1974, and directed EPA to implement a series of regu...

American Water Chemicals to rebrand, change name to Alkema Solutions

American Water Chemicals, a solutions provider for the water treatment industry, recently announced that it will be rebranding its company name to Alkema Solutions, effective the beginning of ...

AR to improve drinking water infrastructure across state with $13M EPA grant

EPA has announced that it recently awarded the state of Arkansas over $13.5 million in funding to help install, upgrade and replace water infrastructure across the state.

Water services price drop in England/Wales: industry reaction

Water industry regulator Ofwat has ruled that household bills in England and Wales for drinking water and wastewater services will fall by 5% by 2020...

MWRD to offer investors 'Green Bonds' for environmentally-friendly projects

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago has announced that it will become one of the first wastewater treatment agencies in the U.S. to offer a tax-exempt "green bond&qu...

Reclamation seeking proposals for desalination, water purification research program

In an effort to improve water treatment technologies aimed at increasing water management flexibility through new usable water supplies in the U.S., the Bureau of Reclamation is seeking proposals w...

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.