POTABLE WATER QUALITY ARTICLES

Reused wastewater has potential for ethanol production

A study by the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign believes that potable freshwater used for cellulosic ethanol production could be replaced instead by treated wastewater effluent...

Solar-powered membrane desalination set for Atacama Desert in Chile

Chile is looking to integrate a solar powered desalination facility in the Atacama Desert’s Lluta Valley to boost water supplies for agriculture...

NanoH2O awarded membrane order for expansion of Israel desalination plant

NanoH2O Inc. has been selected to provide high rejection membranes for the expansion of an Israel desalination plant.

Aqua-Jet aerators receive NSF 61 approval for potable water applications

The Aqua-Jet aerator has been approved to meet ANSI/NSF STANDARD 61 requirements for use in potable water applications.

Rapid urbanization in Brazil prompts larger investments in water, wastewater treatment chemicals

Brazil's rise in urban population has spawned a demand for potable water, creating a need for supply of water and wastewater chemicals. 

Improved Rule Offers Options for Small Systems; EPA Okays Electronic Reporting for CCRs

The Environmental Protection Agency recently delivered a double dose of expected, but nevertheless welcome, news for the drinking water industry: a final revised Total Coliform Rule and a memo okay...

EPA Levies Millions in Civil, Criminal Penalties in 2012

In 2012 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency levied $252 million in civil and criminal penalties for violation of environmental rules. At the same time, the agency helped reduced air, water and...

PAX Water announces new director of professional engineering

PAX Water Technologies announced the appointment of Elizabeth A. Hirschhorn, P.E. as director of professional engineering.

New research to encourage better water resource management in developing nations

New research will help examine the sustainable use of water resources and build capacity in the developing world.

EPA orders Idaho school district to clean up drinking water well threat

The Lapwai School District in Lapwai, Idaho, must clean up an inactive drywell contaminated with solvents to protect nearby public drinking water wells.

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