Drinking Water Week 2014: Striving for future water infrastructure protection

With the conclusion of Drinking Water Week 2014, AWWA joins water professionals throughout North America to encourage consumers to evaluate how they currently value, use and access water, and how t...

Drinking Water Week 2014: Safe Drinking Water Act celebrates 40th anniversary

As Drinking Water Week 2014 continues, the American Water Works Association and water professionals across the country are celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act.

Sustainable seawater desalination solution introduced in Maldives Islands

Aquiva Foundation has partnered with Soneva Fushi, a resort and spa in the Maldives, to implement an innovative seawater desalination system.

High trace elements more prevalent in CA southern desert groundwater, finds study

The U.S. Geological Survey indicated that inorganic trace elements, such as fluoride, arsenic, molybdenum, and boron, were detected at high concentrations in 42 percent of groundwater used for publ...

Protection Legislation Proposed in Light of West Virginia Spill

After the recent West Virginia chemical spill, the “Chemical Safety and Drinking Water Protection Act” was introduced to strengthen states’ ability to better prevent chemical spills.

Clean water campaign to support projects in several new communities worldwide

Giorgio Armani, in partnership with Green Cross International, is expanding its Acqua for Life campaign for the fourth consecutive year.

No Rain? No Problem: Emergency Water Reuse Pipeline Helps Mitigate Drought-Related Disasters in Wichita Falls

Because of heavy drought over the last few years, the city of Wichita Falls, Texas, implemented a direct potable water reuse system and turned to the use of high-density polyethylene pipe to better...

$1.1B cleanup underway for largest U.S. perchlorate groundwater plume

Today, a settlement by the EPA and Department of Justice has secured $1.1 billion in funds to clean up the largest perchlorate groundwater plume in the country.

EPA issues Validation of Technology and Products for onsite water-sensing technology

A new water-sensing technology from ANDalyze has completed testing by the EPA for use in drinking water and environmental water.

EPCOR Water recognized for safe drinking water efforts

The Partnership for Safe Water has honored EPCOR Water (USA) with the Director's Award of Recognition.


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 ...


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.