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'Leading Demand Index' shows short-term spike in water, wastewater projects

In an effort to provide manufacturers and their representatives with helpful information from the "Water and Wastewater Equipment Market Analy...

WEF/WERF seeking innovative wastewater technologies at resource recovery intensification forum

The Water Environment Federation and Water Environment Research Foundation are seeking cutting-edge wastewater treatment technologies that provide ...

Sustainable solutions for U.S. aging infrastructure outlined in new report

The Center for Sustainable Infrastructure has released a new report in an effort to help industry leaders, academics and the public rethink how com...

Wastewater treatment to benefit 100 towns in China after ADB funding

The Asian Development Bank has signed a $300 million facility agreement with Sound Global to improve rural wastewater management using innovative t...

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Headlines for the week of Nov. 24, 2014: Dozens treated after explosion at industrial wastewater plant; Utah mulls plan to cut water to NSA data facility; 'Bio-Bus' takes to UK streets; Studying stormwater to save salmon

  

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'Leading Demand Index' shows short-term spike in water, wastewater projects

In an effort to provide manufacturers and their representatives with helpful information from the...

WEF/WERF seeking innovative wastewater technologies at resource recovery intensification forum

The Water Environment Federation and Water Environment Research Foundation are seeking cutting-ed...

Sustainable solutions for U.S. aging infrastructure outlined in new report

The Center for Sustainable Infrastructure has released a new report in an effort to help industry...

Desalination to account for 35% of membrane market

Global desalination will account for 35% of the $11 billion membrane market next year, driven by ...

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Check out the latest global desalination news from the last two weeks...

WEF/WERF seeking innovative wastewater technologies at resource recovery intensification forum

The Water Environment Federation and Water Environment Research Foundation are seeking cutting-ed...

Wastewater treatment to benefit 100 towns in China after ADB funding

The Asian Development Bank has signed a $300 million facility agreement with Sound Global to impr...

WWEMA elects 2015 officers, directors; honors 2014 Morriss Award winner

During its 106th Annual Meeting on Nov. 6-8 in Tucson, Ariz., the Water and Wastewater Equipment ...

Virtual reality Oculus headset helps self-sufficient WWTP save £2m in design costs

By integrating advanced design software with virtual reality Oculus technology, around £2 million...

All aboard the poo bus! Wastewater powered bus goes into service in the UK

THE UK’s first ever bus powered by biomethane generated at a wastewater treatmebt plant has taken...

City of Lima, Ohio, enters CWA settlement to reduce critical sewage overflows

To resolve claims that untreated sewer discharges were released into the Ottawa River during wet ...

City of Philadelphia names first 'Stormwater Pioneer'

The Philadelphia Water Department has named Stanley's True Value Hardware as the city's first Sto...

Chicago/Calumet region to receive major stormwater, green infrastructure upgrades with grant

Partners of the Chi-Cal Rivers Fund have announced five projects selected to receive $1.1 million...

Submersible pumps help solve decades-old stormwater problem in city of Pasadena

Recently, officials of the city of Pasadena, Texas, along with the Texas Department of Transporta...

Three major CA airports to receive new stormwater monitoring services, equipment under contract

Los Angeles World Airports has awarded a contract to Alta Environmental for consulting services u...

WEF/WERF seeking innovative wastewater technologies at resource recovery intensification forum

The Water Environment Federation and Water Environment Research Foundation are seeking cutting-ed...

Case Study: Cross-flow microsand filtration boosts energy efficiency, savings for Canada deep water cooling system

Enwave Energy Corporation recently installed a Sonitec Vortisand centrifugal sand filtration syst...

Case Study: DC five-star hotel overcomes cooling tower sludge issues with advanced sand filter

The Mandarin Oriental, located in Washington D.C., installed Sonitec's Vortisand filter to help r...

Craft brewers sign comment letter in support of CWA safeguards for U.S. waters

Weighing in on the national debate over clean water protections, 32 members of the "Brewers ...

Three universities form alliance to help solve major water challenges in Northeast

Water experts at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Drexel University and Rowan University h...

'Leading Demand Index' shows short-term spike in water, wastewater projects

In an effort to provide manufacturers and their representatives with helpful information from the...

Sustainable solutions for U.S. aging infrastructure outlined in new report

The Center for Sustainable Infrastructure has released a new report in an effort to help industry...

WWEMA elects 2015 officers, directors; honors 2014 Morriss Award winner

During its 106th Annual Meeting on Nov. 6-8 in Tucson, Ariz., the Water and Wastewater Equipment ...

Datamatic named Certified Repair Depot for Trimble handheld computers

Datamatic recently announced that it has been named a Certified Repair Depot for Trimble's line o...

Evoqua Water Technologies appoints new CEO

Evoqua Water Technologies LLC recently announced that Ronald C. Keating has been named chief exec...

City of Lima, Ohio, enters CWA settlement to reduce critical sewage overflows

To resolve claims that untreated sewer discharges were released into the Ottawa River during wet ...

AWWA to Congress: Nutrient pollution reduction key to preventing cyanotoxins

In a testimony recently held before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Environment and the Economy, A...

City of Philadelphia names first 'Stormwater Pioneer'

The Philadelphia Water Department has named Stanley's True Value Hardware as the city's first Sto...

WRRF selects CA American Water test slant well for national research project

The WateReuse Research Foundation awarded American Water a research grant to study the pathogen r...

Chicago/Calumet region to receive major stormwater, green infrastructure upgrades with grant

Partners of the Chi-Cal Rivers Fund have announced five projects selected to receive $1.1 million...

Wastewater treatment to benefit 100 towns in China after ADB funding

The Asian Development Bank has signed a $300 million facility agreement with Sound Global to improve rural wastewater management using innovative technologies across the People’s Republic of China...

Desalination to account for 35% of membrane market

Global desalination will account for 35% of the $11 billion membrane market next year, driven by reuse and the necessity for pre-filter systems, according to a market update...

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Check out the latest global desalination news from the last two weeks...

Virtual reality Oculus headset helps self-sufficient WWTP save £2m in design costs

By integrating advanced design software with virtual reality Oculus technology, around £2 million was saved in the design and construction of an advanced wastewater treatment plant in Scotland..

All aboard the poo bus! Wastewater powered bus goes into service in the UK

THE UK’s first ever bus powered by biomethane generated at a wastewater treatmebt plant has taken to the road today...

Wastewater treatment to benefit 100 towns in China after ADB funding

The Asian Development Bank has signed a $300 million facility agreement with Sound Global to impr...

Desalination to account for 35% of membrane market

Global desalination will account for 35% of the $11 billion membrane market next year, driven by ...

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Check out the latest global desalination news from the last two weeks...

City of Lima, Ohio, enters CWA settlement to reduce critical sewage overflows

To resolve claims that untreated sewer discharges were released into the Ottawa River during wet ...

Virtual reality Oculus headset helps self-sufficient WWTP save £2m in design costs

By integrating advanced design software with virtual reality Oculus technology, around £2 million...

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How the Cloud is Revolutionizing the Future of Water Utility Management: Understanding the Differences Between Managed Cloud-based Software Solutions and Traditional In-house Solutions for Water Meter Data Management

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Three Steps for Reducing Total Cost of Ownership in Pumping Systems

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