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WaterWorld launches third WaterShots online photo contest

WaterWorld has officially launched its third WaterShots online photo contest, intended to capture the essence of aging water and wastewater infrast...

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The Practical Design Approach to Coatings and Liners for the Rehabilitation of Cylindrically-Shaped Manhole Structures

The lack to date of an industry produced design standard for coatings and linings used in the ren...

Demonstrating the Value of CPVC Piping for Pulp and Paper

 The efficiency of paper production processes cannot be overlooked—paper is one of the most ...

Sinkhole Caused by Soil Migration through Separated Pipe Joint Repaired with HydraTite® Trenchless Joint Repair System

The first Cretex Internal Manhole Chimney Seals were installed in sanitary manholes in Milwaukee...

What Makes an Effective Odor Control Cover System Design?

A common side effect of wastewater treatment processes is the unpleasant odor that can linger nea...

WEBCASTS

Aligning Analytics & Asset Management Strategy: Best Practices for Water Utilities

Managing operations, aging infrastructure, availability of funding and managing capital costs are among the top five concerns cited by U.S. water utilities in a recent survey. But advanced automati...

Top 8 Reasons to Remanufacture Your Electrical Equipment

How much longer can your aging electrical equipment keep up? Are you willing to risk excessive downtime and environmental damage to find out?  Attend this webinar, sponsored by RESA Power Solu...
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Proper water meter selection is an important role for ones challenged with this responsibility. Typically a variety of different types of meters are needed to efficiently manage a water system and ...
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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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WATER INDUSTRY NEWS BY TOPIC

WaterWorld launches third WaterShots online photo contest

WaterWorld has officially launched its third WaterShots online photo contest, intended to capture...

First desalination plant in West Africa officially inaugurated

On Friday, April 17, Abengoa, a global company that applies technology solutions for sustainabili...

Union Sportsmen's Alliance earns AW Charitable Foundation grant for water conservation projects

In an effort to prove water-based recreational activities in three communities, the American Wate...

Truckee Meadows Water Authority earns prestigious Presidents Award

The Truckee Meadows Water Authority of Reno, Nev., announced that it has recently received the Pr...

WERF requests proposals for sustainable integrated water management research

In an effort to support its integrated water program, the Water Environment Research Foundation i...

WaterWorld launches third WaterShots online photo contest

WaterWorld has officially launched its third WaterShots online photo contest, intended to capture...

First desalination plant in West Africa officially inaugurated

On Friday, April 17, Abengoa, a global company that applies technology solutions for sustainabili...

San Diego Public Utilities Department earns 2015 U.S. Water Prize

The U.S. Water Alliance awarded the City of San Diego Public Utilities Department with the U.S. W...

Recycled municipal wastewater to feed Middle East power plant in $3.9m project

Water treatment company Ovivo has been awarded a $3.9 million contract to supply a boiler fe...

WRF launches two new groundbreaking potable reuse research projects

The Water Research Foundation has launched two new potable reuse research projects focused on sup...

WERF requests proposals for sustainable integrated water management research

In an effort to support its integrated water program, the Water Environment Research Foundation i...

FL water district to install pump station for reservoir, stormwater treatment project

The South Florida Water Management District recently awarded a contract to Harry Pepper & Ass...

Udall, Edwards reintroduce stormwater legislation; water, environmental groups applaud efforts

Senator Tom Udall and Representative Donna Edwards reintroduced legislation to provide critical s...

World Water Forum 2015: World Water Council, K-water announce new 'green' path to sustainability

The World Water Council and Korea Water Resources Corporation together with representatives from ...

Peru water users to invest over $110M in green infrastructure, climate change efforts

To meet major water challenges in Lima, Peru, the city's water utility, SEDAPAL, plans to allocat...

Veolia to supply water treatment services to South Korea's largest nuclear power plant

Veolia has been awarded a three-year operation and maintenance contract by Korea Hydro & Nucl...

Trace amounts of 1,4 dioxane found in MN city water wells

The city of New Brighton, Minn., announced that a contaminant of emerging concern, 1,4-dioxane, h...

Earth Day 2015: Giant Eagle to significantly reduce water consumption

Giant Eagle, Inc., one of the nation's largest food retailers and distributors, has announced tha...

Food & beverage membrane cartridge market to reach $800M by 2020, report finds

According to new research published by the McIlvaine Company in the report, "Cartridge Filte...

EPA announces settlement with nation's largest egg producer for CWA violations

The Environmental Protection Agency and Justice Department's Environment and Natural Resources Di...

AMTA appoints two new director emeritus members to board

The American Membrane Technology Association recently announced that it has appointed two additio...

American Water releases mobile version of customer account management website

In an effort to improve customers' online experience, American Water has released a mobile versio...

DOI awards Ameresco ESPC contract for energy, water conservation

The U.S. Department of the Interior has awarded a $77-million Energy Savings Performance Contract...

Tank Connection announces first employee stock ownership plan

Tank Connection has officially announced that it will adopt an employee stock ownership plan this...

World Water Forum 2015: World Water Council, OECD call for global action on infrastructure funding

With financing and infrastructure serving as key themes at the 7th World Water Forum, the World W...

Union Sportsmen's Alliance earns AW Charitable Foundation grant for water conservation projects

In an effort to prove water-based recreational activities in three communities, the American Wate...

Trace amounts of 1,4 dioxane found in MN city water wells

The city of New Brighton, Minn., announced that a contaminant of emerging concern, 1,4-dioxane, h...

NSF Int'l, AWWA launch new sustainability standard for water treatment chemicals

NSF International and the American Water Works Association have announced that they published the...

Water quality rapidly deteriorating in many countries, study shows

A new global study recently released by the International Food Policy Research Institute and Veol...

Water Week 2015: NAWC releases statement of support for event

This week, hundreds of water and wastewater industry leaders are convening in Washington, D.C., f...

Veolia to supply water treatment services to South Korea's largest nuclear power plant

Veolia has been awarded a three-year operation and maintenance contract by Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power, the fifth-largest nuclear power supplier in the world, to supply water and wastewater treatment services to Kori Division, South Korea's largest nuclear power plant.

First desalination plant in West Africa officially inaugurated

On Friday, April 17, Abengoa, a global company that applies technology solutions for sustainability in the energy and environment sectors, officially inaugurated the Accra Sea Water Desalination plant -- the first desalination facility in the country of Ghana and the West Africa region.

Water quality rapidly deteriorating in many countries, study shows

A new global study recently released by the International Food Policy Research Institute and Veolia indicates that the planet is on a path toward rapidly deteriorating water quality in many countries.

Peru water users to invest over $110M in green infrastructure, climate change efforts

To meet major water challenges in Lima, Peru, the city's water utility, SEDAPAL, plans to allocate nearly 5 percent of the water fees it collects from users toward addressing the issue.

World Water Forum 2015: Call for greater government, industry collaboration

On April 12-17, the World Water Council will host its 7th World Water Forum at the Daegu EXCO in the province of Daegu-Gyeongbuk, Republic of Korea, where thousands of water experts and industry professionals will convene to facilitate discussions on global water challenges.

AMTA appoints two new director emeritus members to board

The American Membrane Technology Association recently announced that it has appointed two additio...

New quantum model reveals molecular structure of water's liquid surface

The National Physical Laboratory -- UK's national measurement institute -- in collaboration with ...

Truckee Meadows Water Authority earns prestigious Presidents Award

The Truckee Meadows Water Authority of Reno, Nev., announced that it has recently received the Pr...

FL water district to install pump station for reservoir, stormwater treatment project

The South Florida Water Management District recently awarded a contract to Harry Pepper & Ass...

Leak-detection specialist Electro Scan joins Global Water Council

Electro Scan Inc., a global specialist in the leak-detection and pipe-certification market, recen...

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