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Algae from clogged waterways could serve as biofuels, fertilizer, research finds

A team of scientists from Western Michigan University reported that they are working on a way to clean up waterborne algal blooms from farm fertili...

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Algae from clogged waterways could serve as biofuels, fertilizer, research finds

A team of scientists from Western Michigan University reported that they are working on a way to ...

BSU researchers returning to Mount Everest to continue water contamination studies

Ball State University faculty and students are returning to Mount Everest this May to expand thei...

New greenfield water treatment plant to be built in city of Huntsville, AL

Brasfield & Gorrie announced that it has been selected to build a new greenfield water treatm...

Hach Company to host 2nd annual Walk for Water to promote safe water, sanitation solutions

Hach Company has announced that it is hosting the 2nd annual Hach Walk for Water on Saturday, May...

World Water Day 2015: New rankings reveal highest-performing global water, sanitation & hygiene nonprofits

Philanthropedia recently announced new rankings of the top 16 international nonprofits supporting...

Biosolids management ripe for German expertise in Jordan, says minister

Jordan’s biosolids industry is lacking behind and the country would welcome German industry exper...

Associations to launch improved 'flushability' guidelines to reduce improper disposals

A group of five associations, representing the water sector and the nonwoven fabrics industry, an...

Major $76M nitrogen removal project breaks ground at Virginia WWTP

The City of Hopewell, Va., City Manager Mark Haley and Governor Terry McAuliffe recently hosted a...

Calgary WWTP houses world's first fully integrated wastewater research facility

The University of Calgary and the City of Calgary in Alberta have unveiled the $38.5-million Adva...

United Utilities extends use of THP sludge treatment

Utility United Utilities has followed up using Cambi’s Thermal Hydrolysis (THP) technology on a l...

Unique partnership awarded for stormwater management, water conservation efforts across IL

A partnership among the City of Chicago, Chicago Public Schools, Metropolitan Water Reclamation D...

EPA now accepting Rain Catcher Award nominations for green infrastructure projects

The Environmental Protection Agency has announced that it is now accepting nominations for its se...

ASPE releases two new draft standards for public review

The American Society of Plumbing Engineers has released two new draft standards for public review...

New interactive flood warning maps released for parts of Kansas, Missouri

Developed by the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the City of Overland Park, Kan., and...

NACWA honors LA Sanitation with National Environment Achievement Awards

At its 2015 Winter Conference held in Charleston, S.C., earlier this month, the National Associat...

Alaska power plant to install mobile water treatment solution during planned outage

GE has announced that it will commission a reverse osmosis mobile water filtration system at the ...

Texas beef plant named 2015 state water conservation winner

Texas Water Foundation has announced that it will present its annual Blue Legacy Award to a Frion...

U.S. industrial plants spending $18B per year for flow control, treatment, finds study

According to the McIlvaine Company, industry in the United States is expanding due to the ri...

PA DEP releases revised rulemaking for performance standards at oil & gas well sites

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has officially announced the latest draft...

GE, Kemira partnership to bring water technology to pulp & paper industry

GE has announced a formal distribution agreement with Kemira that combines GE's advanced water te...

Hach Company to host 2nd annual Walk for Water to promote safe water, sanitation solutions

Hach Company has announced that it is hosting the 2nd annual Hach Walk for Water on Saturday, May...

Baldor executive to receive prestigious STEP Ahead Award for excellence in manufacturing

The Manufacturing Institute has announced that it will award its Women in Manufacturing STEP Ahea...

Coalition supports water purchase agreement between OCWD, Poseidon desalination plant

A coalition of businesses, labor unions, community groups, non-profit organizations, and individu...

Watts Water announces appointment of new president, Americas

Watts Water Technologies announced that it has appointed Munish Nanda to serve as president of th...

National "Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation" begins April 1, 2015

In light of at least 36 states facing water shortages this year, mayors across the country are en...

Algae from clogged waterways could serve as biofuels, fertilizer, research finds

A team of scientists from Western Michigan University reported that they are working on a way to ...

USGS announces major merge of National Wetlands Research Center

The U.S. Geological Survey has announced that its National Wetlands Research Center in Lafayette,...

EPA awards $2.5M to Arizona for surface water quality improvements

The EPA has awarded $2.5 million to the state of Arizona for projects to restore water quality in...

World Water Day 2015: AWWA, global water advocates celebrate event

The American Water Works Association recently joined the United Nations and various water advocat...

Unique partnership awarded for stormwater management, water conservation efforts across IL

A partnership among the City of Chicago, Chicago Public Schools, Metropolitan Water Reclamation D...

World Water Day 2015: New rankings reveal highest-performing global water, sanitation & hygiene nonprofits

Philanthropedia recently announced new rankings of the top 16 international nonprofits supporting efforts towards improving water, sanitation and hygiene quality for the 2.5 billion people who lack improved water sanitation facilities globally, according to UNICEF.

Water.org, Bank of America partner to provide clean, safe water to Southern India

Bank of America has announced a $1-million grant to Water.org in an effort to empower 100,000 people in southern India to obtain safe water and sanitation solutions, accelerating positive change in their homes and communities. 

Biosolids management ripe for German expertise in Jordan, says minister

Jordan’s biosolids industry is lacking behind and the country would welcome German industry expertise and input, the Minister for Water and Irrigation said today...

Brazil drinking water plant expansion to receive advanced ultrafiltration technology

The Alto da Boa Vista drinking water treatment plant in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, is set to soon receive a major expansion, with Koch Membrane Systems selected to provide its PURON HF reinforced, hollow-fiber ultrafiltration system for the project.

Giorgio Armani, GCI announce fifth successive year of Acqua for Life campaign

Giorgio Armani and Green Cross International announced their fifth successive year of partnership with the Acqua for Life campaign in support of communities living in water poverty. In 2015, they will sponsor new developments in Ghana, Ivory Coast, Senegal, China, Bolivia, Mexico, and Argentina.

Australian researchers develop new membrane technology for purification processes

A collaborative research team from the University of Melbourne in the state of Victoria, Australi...

Biwater to provide membrane solution for new brackish desalination project in Texas

Biwater has been selected to provide its advanced membrane solutions for a new brackish desalinat...

Biosolids management ripe for German expertise in Jordan, says minister

Jordan’s biosolids industry is lacking behind and the country would welcome German industry exper...

Brazil drinking water plant expansion to receive advanced ultrafiltration technology

The Alto da Boa Vista drinking water treatment plant in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, is set to ...

NSF releases first American National Standard for Cryptosporidium removal from drinking water

NSF International recently announced that it has published the first consensus-based American Nat...

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