American Rivers releases America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2014 report

American Rivers announced its annual list of America's Most Endangered Rivers®, marking the second year in a row the report underscores problems that arise for communities and the environment when ...

Water pollution in Chesapeake Bay Watershed continues to be reduced

Longstanding efforts to reduce pollution in Pennsylvania's Chesapeake Bay Watershed continue to yield progress, according to the Department of Environmental Protection.

Florida Everglades to undergo $880M wetlands restoration initiative

CH2M HILL has been awarded a contract by the South Florida Water Management District to provide professional engineering services as part of an $880-million plan to restore the Everglades.

Interactive USGS online maps reveal nutrient sources in U.S. waterbodies

The USGS has provided new online maps and tables to highlight major sources and watershed inputs of nutrients to the Great Lakes and estuaries along the Atlantic coast, Gulf of Mexico and Pacific N...

New Farm Bill spurs partnership between agriculture, clean water agencies

NACWA praised the Senate's passage of the Agricultural Act of 2014 (H.R. 2642) on Monday, Feb. 4, following passage by the House last week.

New California Water Action Plan outlines state's future water goals

Amid one of the worst droughts, Calirfonia's Natural Resources Agency, EPA, and Dept. of Food and Agriculture released its final Water Action Plan.

MSD awarded 2014 U.S. Water Prize

The U.S. Water Alliance awarded the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati the 2014 U.S. Water Prize for its green infrastructure strategies.

Alliance for Water Efficiency awarded 2014 U.S. Water Prize

Jan. 23, 2014 -- Today, the Alliance for Water Efficiency (AWE), a Chicago, Ill.-based non-profit organization dedicated to the efficient and sustainable use of water, along with three other organ...

DE contest to promote rain barrel use in improving stormwater management

To help educate the public on using rain barrels to improve stormwater management, DNREC and DelDOT are sponsoring a rain-barrel painting contest.

Nitrogen discharges still hindering Chesapeake Bay water quality, research shows

Environmental Integrity Project research shows efforts to reduce nitrogen pollution from industrial and municipal sources in the Chesapeake Bay have improved but are still progressing slowly.


YSI Inc - a Xylem brand

Provides accurate and field-proven water quality and velocity instruments. Range of water quality sensors include dis...

Puget Safety Equipment Co

Full line environmental health and safety equipment distributor.

Analytical Technology Inc

Manufactures a complete line of toxic, combustible and general gas detectors and offers a line of water quality instr...

In-Situ Inc

Manufactures and rents water quality, water level, and environmental monitoring equipment. Parameters include dissolv...


TORNADO® Industrial Rotary Lobe Pump

TORNADO® industrial rotary lobe pumps are used primarily in environmental technology and the chemical industry for co...