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Headlines for the week of June 29, 2015: WEF announces new Stormwater Institute; LADWP commissions underground drinking water reservoir; New Product Spotlight with Art Haddaway -- Baldor; Texas student wins U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize; Hudson River cleanup project nears completion

WHITE PAPERS

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Plant Boosts Polymer Performance With 3-Stage Mixing Regimen

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Managing operations, aging infrastructure, availability of funding and managing capital costs are among the top five concerns cited by U.S. water u...

Top 8 Reasons the Water Industry Should Remanufacture

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WATER INDUSTRY NEWS BY TOPIC

Research reveals water used for hydraulic fracturing varies widely across U.S.

According to the first national-scale analysis and map of hydraulic fracturing water usage detail...

GE announces opening of Alberta's first mobile water service center

GE has announced the opening of a new mobile water service center in Edmonton -- the first of its...

FL district, agricultural partners explore innovative rainwater harvesting techniques

Trader Hill Farms in Nassau County, Fla., will be implementing an innovative technique of rainwat...

WRF to host webcast series addressing drought management, communications

The Water Research Foundation has announced that it will host a four-part webcast series in July ...

MD report calls for advanced solutions in financing Chesapeake Bay cleanup

A new report published by the University of Maryland calls for a more efficient, market-based app...

American Water names VPs of Investor Relations, Business Development, Strategy

American Water has named Greg Panagos its new vice president of Investor Relations, effective Jul...

WRD collaborates with residents on major wastewater recycling project

At the beginning of June, more than 75 residents of Pico Rivera, Calif., reviewed a plan proposed...

DWA, Royal HaskoningDHV join forces abroad under new partnership agreement

Under a new partnership agreement signed by Dutch Water Authorities (DWA) and Royal HaskoningDHV,...

Case Study: GTI covers help VA treatment plant meet odor control commitments

The James River Treatment Plant of the Hampton Roads Sanitation District in Virginia installed st...

NOLA Sewerage & Water Board renews environmental partnership with Veolia

The Sewerage & Water Board of New Orleans has renewed its partnership with Veolia North Ameri...

FL district, agricultural partners explore innovative rainwater harvesting techniques

Trader Hill Farms in Nassau County, Fla., will be implementing an innovative technique of rainwat...

ASLA elevates 37 members to Council of Fellows for 2015

The American Society of Landscape Architects has elevated 37 members to the ASLA Council of Fello...

WEF announces establishment of new Stormwater Institute

The Water Environment Federation has announced the establishment of the WEF Stormwater Institute,...

WERF announces two new projects to expand on stormwater research

The Water Environment Research Foundation has announced that two new projects are underway that e...

EPA to award green infrastructure grants to 15 organizations through G3 Initiative

The Environmental Protection Agency and Chesapeake Bay Trust, in partnership with Maryland's Depa...

Research reveals water used for hydraulic fracturing varies widely across U.S.

According to the first national-scale analysis and map of hydraulic fracturing water usage detail...

Lead recovery program protects waterways, provides revenue stream for firing ranges

MT2, a firing range maintenance and lead reclamation company, has developed and implemented a pat...

Serbian brewer to improve operations with U.S. biogas cover technology

Industrial and Environmental Concepts has announced that its biogas cover technology will be inst...

SFPUC to repower San Francisco Fire Department's century-old water supply system

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission recently announced that it is repowering the San Fr...

EPA strengthens federal underground storage tank requirements to reduce leaks

The Environmental Protection has announced that it is strengthening federal underground storage t...

Water Environment Federation named as 2015 Top Workplace

The Water Environment Federation recently announced that The Washington Post has named the organi...

AWWA elects new executive director of Government Affairs

American Water Works Association Chief Executive Officer David LaFrance announced that water poli...

American Water names VPs of Investor Relations, Business Development, Strategy

American Water has named Greg Panagos its new vice president of Investor Relations, effective Jul...

Hi-Vac Corporation appoints Dan Coley as company president

Hi-Vac Corporation recently announced that it has officially appointed Daniel J. Coley as preside...

Smart H2O Summit announces partnerships with leading water associations

In an effort to help municipalities continue solving ongoing water challenges, the Smart H2O Summ...

Research reveals water used for hydraulic fracturing varies widely across U.S.

According to the first national-scale analysis and map of hydraulic fracturing water usage detail...

Lead recovery program protects waterways, provides revenue stream for firing ranges

MT2, a firing range maintenance and lead reclamation company, has developed and implemented a pat...

FL district, agricultural partners explore innovative rainwater harvesting techniques

Trader Hill Farms in Nassau County, Fla., will be implementing an innovative technique of rainwat...

AWWA elects new executive director of Government Affairs

American Water Works Association Chief Executive Officer David LaFrance announced that water poli...

MD report calls for advanced solutions in financing Chesapeake Bay cleanup

A new report published by the University of Maryland calls for a more efficient, market-based app...

Serbian brewer to improve operations with U.S. biogas cover technology

Industrial and Environmental Concepts has announced that its biogas cover technology will be installed at the Molson Brewery in Serbia.

DWA, Royal HaskoningDHV join forces abroad under new partnership agreement

Under a new partnership agreement signed by Dutch Water Authorities (DWA) and Royal HaskoningDHV, DWA will offer its support for the startup of wastewater treatment plants abroad that use Royal's Nereda technology.

Advanced filtration system brings clean drinking water to remote Haitian village

Thanks to a new, advanced water filtration system, residents of Grande-Saline, a remote village in northwest Haiti, are now receiving clean drinking water.

Ballast water treatment system contract awarded to Wärtsilä in China

Finnish manufacturer Wärtsilä has received an order to fit its Ballast Water Management Systems for a major European shipping company at the Jinhai Shipyard, China...

Vietnam agricultural irrigation system to use Xylem pumps in $1.7m contract

Xylem has been awarded a $1.7 million contract with Vietnam’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to design and supply advanced water pumping technologies as a key component of a significant irrigation project in Vietnam...

GE announces opening of Alberta's first mobile water service center

GE has announced the opening of a new mobile water service center in Edmonton -- the first of its...

American Membrane Technology Association awards 2015 ADC Fellowships

The American Membrane Technology Association recently announced that three students have been awa...

SFPUC to repower San Francisco Fire Department's century-old water supply system

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission recently announced that it is repowering the San Fr...

Texas student named 2015 winner of U.S. Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Xylem has congratulated Perry Alagappan of Houston, Texas, as the 2015 winner of the U.S. Stockho...

EPA strengthens federal underground storage tank requirements to reduce leaks

The Environmental Protection has announced that it is strengthening federal underground storage t...

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