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Innovative carbon-neutral wastewater treatment plant unveiled in California

The EPA recently joined the Bureau of Reclamation, California Energy Commission and Congressman Col. Paul Cook at the ceremonial start of Victor Va...

Scottish Water to spend £3.5 billion on infrastructure improvements

Utility Scottish Water will invest £3.5 billion investment over six years to improve drinking water supplies, wastewater discharge and water mains...

Conquering Everest’s water contamination problem

A Ball State University team from Indiana is working to bring clean drinking water to a small, isolated community in mountainous Nepal that lies in...

MD counties to undergo major six-year water, wastewater design project

Louis Berger has been awarded a $4-million, three-year contract with the Washington Sanitary Suburban Commission for a water and sewer design proje...

CT water authority to improve customer billing with advanced AMI upgrade

The South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority has taken the first steps to upgrade its meter reading system, enabling customer water meter...

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Headlines for the week of Sept. 29, 2014: Atlanta car chase ends in water mixing basin; EPA proposes standard to reduce mercury discharges from dental offices; Consumers voice concern about emerging contaminants in water; Groundwater drilling causes problems in Calif.

  

WATERWORLD MIDDLE EAST 2014

This year’s WaterWorld Middle East event will take place on October 12-14 at ADNEC in Abu Dhabi. Here’s a selection of some of the key speakers >>>

WATER INDUSTRY NEWS BY TOPIC

Scottish Water to spend £3.5 billion on infrastructure improvements

Utility Scottish Water will invest £3.5 billion investment over six years to improve drinking wat...

Conquering Everest’s water contamination problem

A Ball State University team from Indiana is working to bring clean drinking water to a small, is...

MD counties to undergo major six-year water, wastewater design project

Louis Berger has been awarded a $4-million, three-year contract with the Washington Sanitary Subu...

Padre Dam to study feasibility of Advanced Water Purification Program expansion

The Padre Dam Municipal Water District's board of directors has approved an interagency agreement...

Large scale ceramic membrane plant set for SW England

UK utility South West Water will soon start using ion exchange and ceramic microfiltration techno...

Innovative carbon-neutral wastewater treatment plant unveiled in California

The EPA recently joined the Bureau of Reclamation, California Energy Commission and Congressman C...

Scottish Water to spend £3.5 billion on infrastructure improvements

Utility Scottish Water will invest £3.5 billion investment over six years to improve drinking wat...

WEFTEC 2014: Triple announcement from GE

GE started a busy week of announcements expected from WEFTEC 2014 in New Orleans with three piece...

Padre Dam to study feasibility of Advanced Water Purification Program expansion

The Padre Dam Municipal Water District's board of directors has approved an interagency agreement...

Retrofit helps Californian authority produce biogas, increase capacity

The Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority has started operation of its new OmnivoreTM bi...

WEFTEC.14: WEF to host series of community, student-focused events during weekend

The Water Environment Federation, with the City of New Orleans and Sewerage & Water Board of ...

TN town receives innovative stormwater collection system for landscape irrigation

Rainwater Resources has announced the transfer of a 1,500-gallon cistern/rainwater collection sys...

CASQA presents annual stormwater awards for environmental improvement projects

The California Stormwater Quality Association presented six awards at its 10th annual CASQA Storm...

ASLA releases new guide on green infrastructure

On Wednesday, Sept. 3, the American Society of Landscape Architects launched a new online gu...

OR brewing company installs advanced green roof, protects local waterways

This summer, Ninkasi Brewing Company's administrative building opened in the city of Eugene, Ore....

WEFTEC 2014: Triple announcement from GE

GE started a busy week of announcements expected from WEFTEC 2014 in New Orleans with three piece...

EPA to remove mercury pollution from dental offices across U.S.

The EPA has announced a proposal to eliminate mercury pollution from dental offices nationwide in...

Chevron certified as first company to complete rigorous CSSD evaluation process

Chevron was certified by the Center for Sustainable Shale Development as the first company to suc...

Study estimates total mass of oil reaching Gulf shore in wake of Deepwater Horizon spill

A research team from the New Jersey Institute of Technology has estimated the total mass of oil t...

Gas leaks from faulty fracking wells linked to groundwater contamination, finds study

A new study has found that improved construction standards for cement well linings and casings at...

Innovative carbon-neutral wastewater treatment plant unveiled in California

The EPA recently joined the Bureau of Reclamation, California Energy Commission and Congressman C...

CT water authority to improve customer billing with advanced AMI upgrade

The South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority has taken the first steps to upgrade its m...

IL City Implements Biological Solution to Decrease Sludge in Local Lagoons

PA Water Treatment Plant Improves Efficiency, Capacity with Variable Frequency Drive

The Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County (MAWC) provides water to 125,000 customers across ...

Retrofit helps Californian authority produce biogas, increase capacity

The Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority has started operation of its new OmnivoreTM bi...

EPA to remove mercury pollution from dental offices across U.S.

The EPA has announced a proposal to eliminate mercury pollution from dental offices nationwide in...

Doctoral students earn 2014 AMTA-NWRI Fellowship Award for membrane research efforts

Ariel Atkinson of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Erin Partlan of Clemson Uni...

WEFTEC.14: WEF to host series of community, student-focused events during weekend

The Water Environment Federation, with the City of New Orleans and Sewerage & Water Board of ...

Water quality credits cut river pollution at low cost, research shows

A new study led by Duke University has found that allowing polluters to buy, sell or trade water-...

New joint laboratory to address global water pollution, management issues

In an effort to address global water pollution and supply issues, the Desert Research Instit...

Scottish Water to spend £3.5 billion on infrastructure improvements

Utility Scottish Water will invest £3.5 billion investment over six years to improve drinking water supplies, wastewater discharge and water mains...

Conquering Everest’s water contamination problem

A Ball State University team from Indiana is working to bring clean drinking water to a small, isolated community in mountainous Nepal that lies in the middle of the heavily congested pathway to Mount Everest...

Large scale ceramic membrane plant set for SW England

UK utility South West Water will soon start using ion exchange and ceramic microfiltration technology to treat 90,000 m3/day of drinking water...

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Join Tom Freyberg from WWi magazine for Desalinate, the bi-weekly video newscast focusing on the global desalination industry...

VIDEO: Take a Tour of London’s New Super Sewer

Watch a video to see the latest developments of London's new £4.2 billion Thames Tideway Tunnel...

WEFTEC 2014: Triple announcement from GE

GE started a busy week of announcements expected from WEFTEC 2014 in New Orleans with three piece...

Large scale ceramic membrane plant set for SW England

UK utility South West Water will soon start using ion exchange and ceramic microfiltration techno...

Retrofit helps Californian authority produce biogas, increase capacity

The Victor Valley Wastewater Reclamation Authority has started operation of its new OmnivoreTM bi...

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Join Tom Freyberg from WWi magazine for Desalinate, the bi-weekly video newscast focusing on the ...

ISA responds to recent Pell Center report on cybersecurity workforce development

The International Society of Automation has responded to a report from the Pell Center for Intern...

WHITE PAPERS

Operational and Energy Efficiency for Water and Wastewater Utilities

Countless municipalities and utilities are facing aging water and wastewater facilities. Addressing these issues is expected to cost $2 trillion ov...

Why circulate? How to restore water quality, biodiversity and aesthetics to lakes, reservoirs and ponds

Harmful blue-green algae blooms have become all too common in freshwater lakes, reservoirs and ponds, including reservoirs that are sources of muni...

One-Stage Deammonification Process - MBBR Versus IFAS Configurations - Development Updates and Application Considerations

The ANITA™ Mox Process is a single-stage deammonification process utilizing moving bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) technology. Early studies indicated t...

WEBCASTS

Water Works: Investing Together for a Stronger America

This webcast will feature water leaders, public and private, from across America who will discuss how investment in water infrastructure puts people to work and builds a stronger nation.

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Consumer Engagement for AMI -- Overcoming the 'Last Mile' Challenge

In this webcast, sponsored by Neptune Technology Group, we will discuss the drivers behind consumer engagement using customer web portals, the benefits and challenges to various approaches, an...

Automated phosphorus monitoring and treatment control meet highest standards for water protection

In this webcast, sponsored by the Hach Company you will hear about how the utility chose a sophisticated automatic monitoring and control solution, the Real-Time Control System for Phosphorus Remov...
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Workforce Productivity Without Hiring: MMSD and Veolia implement Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Management Solution using Doc Palmer’s best practices for planning and scheduling

In this webcast, you will learn about the techniques, tools and processes MMSD and Veolia used to increase work productivity, reduce work backlog, and improve asset reliability at its water recover...
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WEFTEC.14

September 27, 2014

NAWC Water Summit

October 05, 2014

WaterPro Conference

October 06, 2014

WaterSmart Innovations

October 08, 2014

IFAT India

October 09, 2014

Southwest Section AWWA Annual Conference

October 12, 2014

WaterWorld Middle East

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