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President passes massive $1.1-trillion spending bill; water funding to remain steady

On Wednesday, Dec. 17, President Obama signed a massive $1.1-trillion omnibus appropriations bill into law, which will provide much-needed funding ...

WRF completes groundbreaking study exploring hex chrome treatment for CA water supplies

The Water Research Foundation and the Soquel Creek Water District of California have collectively completed bench- and pilot-scale testing that exp...

U-M to demonstrate innovative green water treatment for campus energy systems

Mexel USA LLC, a water treatment technology provider, announced an agreement with the University of Michigan to perform a 12-month demonstrati...

Congress passes pivotal cybersecurity bill to address growing risks of cyber-attacks

Congress has approved the Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of 2014 to strengthen and protect U.S. economic and national security through PPPs to impro...

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Headlines for the week of Dec. 15, 2014: Appropriations bill keeps SRF funding at 2014 levels; MWRD to offer 'Green Bonds' to investors; Several die from contaminated well in Somalia; UK's Ofwat sets water price cuts

  

WATER INDUSTRY NEWS BY TOPIC

President passes massive $1.1-trillion spending bill; water funding to remain steady

On Wednesday, Dec. 17, President Obama signed a massive $1.1-trillion omnibus appropriations bill...

WRF completes groundbreaking study exploring hex chrome treatment for CA water supplies

The Water Research Foundation and the Soquel Creek Water District of California have collectively...

Wastewater, environmental consultant Ramboll acquires ENVIRON

Danish engineering, design and consultancy firm, Ramboll has acquired the U.S. based environmenta...

IDA announces deadline extension for 2014-2015 Fellowship Award applications

The International Desalination Association has extended the deadline of applications for its 2014...

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Stories this week include Jeddah 4 desalination expansion awarded to Black & Veatch and Austr...

President passes massive $1.1-trillion spending bill; water funding to remain steady

On Wednesday, Dec. 17, President Obama signed a massive $1.1-trillion omnibus appropriations bill...

Wastewater, environmental consultant Ramboll acquires ENVIRON

Danish engineering, design and consultancy firm, Ramboll has acquired the U.S. based environmenta...

SUEZ to expand major Middle East WWTP in new contract

SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT, through its subsidiary Degrémont, has been commissioned by the Government of ...

IDA announces deadline extension for 2014-2015 Fellowship Award applications

The International Desalination Association has extended the deadline of applications for its 2014...

DE city replaces UV disinfection system at WWTP with safer, more efficient system

The County of New Castle, Del., has awarded a contract to ETS-UV by Neptune Benson to upgrade the...

MWRD to offer investors 'Green Bonds' for environmentally-friendly projects

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago has announced that it will become ...

Maine pulp mill, CT cardboard manufacturing company settle CWA violations

Facing EPA allegations of violating the federal Clean Water Act, two major companies operating un...

Florida DEP funding to expand water storage capacity in Northern Everglades

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection recently announced a $3-million grant award fo...

Saudi Arabia rail stations receive advanced stormwater solutions for flood prevention

Hydro International has provided stormwater attenuation and underground storage as part of the Al...

WERF awards UC Berkeley, Stanford University contract to study nutrient removal from urban runoff

Under the National Research Center for Resource Recovery and Nutrient Management, the Water Envir...

U-M to demonstrate innovative green water treatment for campus energy systems

Mexel USA LLC, a water treatment technology provider, announced an agreement with the Univer...

Select Energy launches new water solutions facility in Oklahoma

Select Energy Services has launched the new Pecan Hill Water Solutions Facility in Grady County, ...

NSF to begin testing of new ballast water treatment system for USCG type approval

The NSF International Independent Laboratory will begin the testing of Evoqua's SeaCURE ballast w...

DSM earns 2014 NJ Governor's Environmental Excellence Award

The state of New Jersey recently announced that DSM, a global science-based company active i...

DNREC, DCRC reach penalty settlement agreement for water-related violations

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources has entered into a penalty settlement agreement with...

President passes massive $1.1-trillion spending bill; water funding to remain steady

On Wednesday, Dec. 17, President Obama signed a massive $1.1-trillion omnibus appropriations bill...

Wastewater, environmental consultant Ramboll acquires ENVIRON

Danish engineering, design and consultancy firm, Ramboll has acquired the U.S. based environmenta...

NSF to begin testing of new ballast water treatment system for USCG type approval

The NSF International Independent Laboratory will begin the testing of Evoqua's SeaCURE ballast w...

EPA celebrates 40th anniversary of Safe Drinking Water Act

Today, the Environmental Protection Agency celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking W...

DSM earns 2014 NJ Governor's Environmental Excellence Award

The state of New Jersey recently announced that DSM, a global science-based company active i...

Wastewater, environmental consultant Ramboll acquires ENVIRON

Danish engineering, design and consultancy firm, Ramboll has acquired the U.S. based environmental and health consultancy, ENVIRON.

SUEZ to expand major Middle East WWTP in new contract

SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT, through its subsidiary Degrémont, has been commissioned by the Government of Qatar's Public Works Authority (Ashghal), in consortium with its Japanese partner Marubeni Corporation, to expand the Doha West wastewater treatment and recycling plant.

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Stories this week include Jeddah 4 desalination expansion awarded to Black & Veatch and Australian desal veteran defends mothballed projects...

Water services price drop in England/Wales: industry reaction

Water industry regulator Ofwat has ruled that household bills in England and Wales for drinking water and wastewater services will fall by 5% by 2020...

Qatar wastewater contract worth €300m sees FCC enter country and fend off Spanish competition

Ashghal has awarded a 10-year, €300 million contract to Spanish firm FCC Aqualia to manage the sewerage system in Al Dhakhira...

NSF to begin testing of new ballast water treatment system for USCG type approval

The NSF International Independent Laboratory will begin the testing of Evoqua's SeaCURE ballast w...

Texas launches new state-of-the-art water technology accelerator

The Texas Research & Technology Foundation has launched AccelerateH2O -- the Texas Water Tech...

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Stories this week include Jeddah 4 desalination expansion awarded to Black & Veatch and Austr...

DE city replaces UV disinfection system at WWTP with safer, more efficient system

The County of New Castle, Del., has awarded a contract to ETS-UV by Neptune Benson to upgrade the...

Case Study: Landmark Canadian building improves sewage O&M with pumping, mixing solution

A landmark building in a Canadian city is now experiencing improved sewage operations after recen...

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Why Smart Water Networks Boost Efficiency

The Smart Water Network (SWAN) is the water utility industry’s equivalent to the energy industry’s Smart Grid. However, water utilities are trying ...

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

  The emergence of the cloud-based, managed solution approach to advanced metering analytics has been met by a lack of thorough understanding ...

High Viscosity Polymer Measurement

One of the challenges in the measurement of waste water and water treatment processes is high viscosity fluid flow. An example is the flow of polym...

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

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