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Headlines for the week of Aug. 31, 2015: WOTUS rule delayed for 13 states; Hawaii beaches reopen after sewage spill; New Product Spotlight with Art Haddaway: Kamstrup; Coca-Cola on track to meet water replenishment goals; SDCWA claims victory in rate case against MWD

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Portable Parallel Analysis: Streamlining Distribution System Water Testing

One Hach customer used the SL1000 Parallel Portable Analyzer (PPA) to test 6 parameters simultane...

How Calibration Capabilities helped provide Cleaner Drinking Water

Having the ability to perform special  calibrations with  customer specific piping allo...

What Makes Corzan CPVC Piping Systems Superior to PVC

Through the years, piping systems have evolved. The concept of transporting fluids has remained t...

Measuring Flow in a Pump Station

Water losses within the distribution system can raise costs for both plants and their customers. ...

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WATER INDUSTRY NEWS BY TOPIC

EPA awards $80M contract to Cadmus for drinking water protection support

The Cadmus Group announced that it has been awarded a seven-year contract worth more than $80 mil...

Investment in CA water irrigation improvements paying off amid drought

Thanks to irrigation improvements across the state of California -- which agricultural producers ...

ACWA showcases CA water agencies’ innovative conservation campaigns at conference

During a presentation at the State Water Resources Control Board, the Association of California W...

IDA World Congress: Water Authority chair welcomes industry experts to event

San Diego County Water Authority Board Chair Mark Weston welcomed an estimated 1,500 water indust...

ASPE welcomes Watts Water Technologies to Affiliate Sponsor Program

The American Society of Plumbing Engineers recently announced that Watts Water Technologies has j...

Xylem to help improve Chesapeake Bay water quality with treatment technology

Xylem has been awarded a contract to provide an existing wastewater treatment plant with advanced...

City of Jerome, Idaho, settles wastewater permit violations with EPA

In a recent settlement between the City of Jerome, Idaho, and the Environmental Protection Agency...

New study to shed light on persistence of Ebola virus in wastewater

In light of the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, new research by a group of microbial ...

Houston renews five-year, $30M contract for water, wastewater operations, maintenance

Severn Trent Services - North America announced that the City of Houston has renewed a five-year ...

TWDB approves over $31M in funding for water, wastewater system improvements

The Texas Water Development Board recently approved over $31 million in financial assistance for ...

City of Grand Rapids completes major CSO project years ahead of goal

The City of Grand Rapids, Mich., has completed its combined sewer overflow control project three ...

NJ gov approves $1.9B funding for critical water, wastewater infrastructure projects

In an effort to protect the environment and modernize critical New Jersey infrastructure, Governo...

Winning entries from DE 2015 rain barrel art contest now on display statewide

According to the Delaware Department of Natural Resources, rain barrels that have won distinction...

PA DEP offers grant program to improve stormwater management, water quality

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection recently announced that it has opened a n...

Permeable pavement gaining popularity as smart stormwater management approach

According to new reports, low-impact development is gaining popularity as a smarter approach to s...

EPA awards $80M contract to Cadmus for drinking water protection support

The Cadmus Group announced that it has been awarded a seven-year contract worth more than $80 mil...

China's first produced water treatment plant to receive advanced MVC evaporators

IDE Technologies recently announced that Bomo Environmental Engineering, part of the SPBC (BOMO) ...

Fracking driving PWTE market to reduce, recycle and reuse water, report finds

According to a new report from BCC Research, the North American market for produced water treatme...

AWWA submits comments on EPA's draft hydraulic fracturing assessment

The American Water Works Association has submitted comments on the Environmental Protection Agenc...

NGWA releases book exploring hydrogeology impacts on heat pump systems

The National Ground Water Association recently announced that it has officially released its long...

Aclara introduces smart infrastructure network for water, gas and electric utilities

Aclara has introduced the Synergize network, a fully integrated solution for gas, water and elect...

Japan waterworks bureau to save water, costs with Sensus smart water network

The Kobe City Waterworks Bureau in Japan has announced that it is expecting to achieve greater wa...

Xylem announces new $500M share repurchase program of common stock

Xylem's board of directors has authorized a new share repurchase program of its common stock of u...

WA city selects CH2M for 10-year wastewater operations partnership

The city council for Vancouver, Wash., has unanimously approved a 10-year partnership with CH2M f...

Water research agencies produce new study for 'One Water' management

The Water Research Foundation announced the completion of a study -- conducted with Water Environ...

Xylem to help improve Chesapeake Bay water quality with treatment technology

Xylem has been awarded a contract to provide an existing wastewater treatment plant with advanced...

City of Grand Rapids completes major CSO project years ahead of goal

The City of Grand Rapids, Mich., has completed its combined sewer overflow control project three ...

EPA publishes new data, public records on Gold King Mine response

After releasing an estimated 3 million gallons of contaminated water from the Gold King Mine into...

ND judge, states block 'Waters of the U.S.' rule from taking effect

U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson of North Dakota -- in collaboration with a dozen states -- blo...

City of Jerome, Idaho, settles wastewater permit violations with EPA

In a recent settlement between the City of Jerome, Idaho, and the Environmental Protection Agency...

China's first produced water treatment plant to receive advanced MVC evaporators

IDE Technologies recently announced that Bomo Environmental Engineering, part of the SPBC (BOMO) group, has purchased two IDE horizontal MVC evaporators to establish a new produced water treatment facility in Karamay, Xinjian -- the first of its kind in China.

Japan waterworks bureau to save water, costs with Sensus smart water network

The Kobe City Waterworks Bureau in Japan has announced that it is expecting to achieve greater water conservation and operational efficiency as it develops a new smart water network from Sensus.

New study to shed light on persistence of Ebola virus in wastewater

In light of the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, new research by a group of microbial risk-assessment and virology researchers suggests that the procedures for disposal of Ebola-contaminated liquid waste might underestimate its ability to survive in wastewater.

VIDEO: Desalination news update

Watch the desalination industry's latest news, including Japanese firm Metawater to reposition itself in PPP market as part of international expansion...

LG Water Solutions rebranding to lose NanoH2O from name

In less than a decade California’s home-spun membrane business has gone on an incredible journey, literally from West to East...

WV American Water's Shannon Jeffers to receive NAWC Living Water Award

The National Association of Water Companies has selected Shannon Jeffers of West Virginia America...

New study to shed light on persistence of Ebola virus in wastewater

In light of the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, new research by a group of microbial ...

World Water Week: American student wins 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize

During an award ceremony at World Water Week in Stockholm, Sweden, Perry Alagappan from the U.S. ...

Santa Clara to improve water services with SCADA system for Super Bowl 50

In an effort to better manage its water and wastewater services before Super Bowl 50, the City of...

ASCE launches nation's first utilities pipeline and surveying institute

The American Society of Civil Engineers has officially announced its new Utility Engineering and ...

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