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Research reveals dramatic growth of global hydropower expected this decade

Based on new statistics, an unprecedented boom in global hydropower dam construction is underway, primarily in developing countries and emerging ec...

DOD, NIH awards Cambrian prestigious contracts to further develop advanced biotechnologies

Cambrian Innovation recently won a prestigious contract from the Department of Defense and another two from the National Institutes of Health to fu...

MWH Global promotes nearly a dozen employees to VP positions

MWH Global has officially announced the promotion of three employees to senior vice president and eight others to vice president. The promotions we...

Pacific Institute issues helpful analysis of CA water bond to better inform Nov voters

Voters on CA's November ballot will be asked whether to approve Proposition 1, the Water Quality, Supply and Infrastructure Improvement Act. As suc...

Research offers unique insight into monitoring groundwater at Ohio fracking sites

A new research project at the University of Cincinnati is taking a groundbreaking approach to monitoring groundwater resources near fracking sites ...

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Headlines for the week of Oct. 20, 2014: Fracking wastewater illegally injected into Central California aquifers; Cigarette ash found to remove arsenic from water; Saudi Arabia begins massive water storage project in Riyadh; Underwater grasses help clean Chesapeake Bay

  

WATERWORLD MIDDLE EAST 2014

This year’s WaterWorld Middle East event will take place on October 12-14 at ADNEC in Abu Dhabi. Here’s a selection of some of the key speakers >>>

WATER INDUSTRY NEWS BY TOPIC

Research reveals dramatic growth of global hydropower expected this decade

Based on new statistics, an unprecedented boom in global hydropower dam construction is underway,...

DOD, NIH awards Cambrian prestigious contracts to further develop advanced biotechnologies

Cambrian Innovation recently won a prestigious contract from the Department of Defense and anothe...

Pacific Institute issues helpful analysis of CA water bond to better inform Nov voters

Voters on CA's November ballot will be asked whether to approve Proposition 1, the Water Quality,...

Research offers unique insight into monitoring groundwater at Ohio fracking sites

A new research project at the University of Cincinnati is taking a groundbreaking approach to mon...

EPA announces preliminary determination to regulate strontium in drinking water

EPA has announced that it has officially made a preliminary determination to regulate strontium i...

DOD, NIH awards Cambrian prestigious contracts to further develop advanced biotechnologies

Cambrian Innovation recently won a prestigious contract from the Department of Defense and anothe...

CDC preparing Ebola guidance for wastewater treatment personnel

In a recent conference call with AWWA and other major water organizations, the CDC shared it has ...

CA water district to improve operations with lab information management systems

Accelerated Technology Laboratories has officially announced that the Coachella Valley Water Dist...

PRSA honors San Diego Public Utilities Dept with Public Affairs Award for outreach program

Regarding its Water Purification Demonstration Project's public outreach program, the San Diego P...

EPA provides funding to five communities for integrated stormwater, wastewater planning

In an effort to develop components of integrated plans for wastewater and stormwater management t...

Southeast New England Coastal Watershed Restoration Program announced

The EPA joined state and local dignitaries formally launching the Southeast New England Coastal W...

USGS awards $1M in water study grants to four university programs

Through the National Competitive Grants Program, the U.S. Geological Survey has awarded near...

EPA provides funding to five communities for integrated stormwater, wastewater planning

In an effort to develop components of integrated plans for wastewater and stormwater management t...

Double-digit growth predicted for plastic pipe market worldwide

Speaking at the recent Plastic Pipes XVII conference and exhibition, Stephen Boros, chairman of t...

WaterSense 2014 Partners of the Year honored for efforts to protect U.S. water supply

During the WaterSmart Innovations Conference in Las Vegas, Nev., the EPA recognized the 2014 Wate...

Research offers unique insight into monitoring groundwater at Ohio fracking sites

A new research project at the University of Cincinnati is taking a groundbreaking approach to mon...

China's largest steelmaker to receive advanced industrial water treatment, recycling plants

Tangshan Iron & Steel has selected Veolia to build and operate industrial water treatment and...

India desalination plant to receive high-capacity ultrafiltration technology

Ultrafiltration membrane technology specialist inge GmbH recently secured the largest project in ...

New tracers help identify fracking fluids, improving shale gas wastewater treatment

Scientists at Duke University have developed new geochemical tracers that can identify hydraulic ...

Washington DOE approval granted to HaloSource for hybrid water treatment technology

HaloSource recently announced that it has received the Washington State Department of Ecology's G...

Research reveals dramatic growth of global hydropower expected this decade

Based on new statistics, an unprecedented boom in global hydropower dam construction is underway,...

DOD, NIH awards Cambrian prestigious contracts to further develop advanced biotechnologies

Cambrian Innovation recently won a prestigious contract from the Department of Defense and anothe...

MWH Global promotes nearly a dozen employees to VP positions

MWH Global has officially announced the promotion of three employees to senior vice president and...

Pacific Institute issues helpful analysis of CA water bond to better inform Nov voters

Voters on CA's November ballot will be asked whether to approve Proposition 1, the Water Quality,...

Be the Change: Embracing New Approaches to Foster Innovation in the Water Industry

The pressure to accommodate change will drive our traditionally risk-averse industry to embrace n...

New partnership to measure farmers' conservation impacts on U.S. water quality

The U.S. Department of the Interior and U.S. Department of Agriculture have announced a new partn...

Article discusses nation's connection to water, pricing schemes, steps toward sustainable future

A new article explores the nation's vital connection to water amidst a backdrop of crumbling infr...

U.S. Water Alliance now accepting nominations for 2015 U.S. Water Prize

The U.S. Water Alliance has officially announced that it is now accepting nominations for the 201...

CA water district to improve operations with lab information management systems

Accelerated Technology Laboratories has officially announced that the Coachella Valley Water Dist...

MWD pushes incentive for water recycling, desalination, groundwater cleanup investments

The board of directors at California's Metropolitan Water District has increased the financial in...

VIDEO: Detector tracks toxic algae blooms in drinking water

A biosensor recently developed at Lund University in Sweden could be used to detect toxic algae blooms in drinking water...

Pre-treatment contract awarded for Basra, Iraq desalination project

Iraqi Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works has awarded a 170 million euro contract to provide pre-treatment facilities for its 200,000 m3/day desalination plant awarded earlier this year...

China's largest steelmaker to receive advanced industrial water treatment, recycling plants

Tangshan Iron & Steel has selected Veolia to build and operate industrial water treatment and recycling facilities for two of its industrial projects in the Hebei province of China.

India desalination plant to receive high-capacity ultrafiltration technology

Ultrafiltration membrane technology specialist inge GmbH recently secured the largest project in the company's history and will supply high-capacity UF technology for a desalination plant in the city of Jamnagar, India.  

VIDEO: Desalination global news round-up

Join WWi Chief Editor Tom Freyberg for a round-up of the latest desalination industry news from the last two weeks...

Pacific Institute issues helpful analysis of CA water bond to better inform Nov voters

Voters on CA's November ballot will be asked whether to approve Proposition 1, the Water Quality,...

VIDEO: Detector tracks toxic algae blooms in drinking water

A biosensor recently developed at Lund University in Sweden could be used to detect toxic algae b...

Pre-treatment contract awarded for Basra, Iraq desalination project

Iraqi Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works has awarded a 170 million euro contract to prov...

Construction of first tunnel under SF Bay completed; provides reliable drinking water source

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has joined with Dave Pine, president of the San Mat...

India desalination plant to receive high-capacity ultrafiltration technology

Ultrafiltration membrane technology specialist inge GmbH recently secured the largest project in ...

WHITE PAPERS

ANDalyze - Real-time Heavy Metals Testing in Water

Water pollution is a worldwide problem affecting developing and developed countries alike. Heavy metal contaminants are one prevalent type of water...

Operational and Energy Efficiency for Water and Wastewater Utilities

Countless municipalities and utilities are facing aging water and wastewater facilities. Addressing these issues is expected to cost $2 trillion ov...

Why circulate? How to restore water quality, biodiversity and aesthetics to lakes, reservoirs and ponds

Harmful blue-green algae blooms have become all too common in freshwater lakes, reservoirs and ponds, including reservoirs that are sources of muni...

WEBCASTS

Water Works: Investing Together for a Stronger America

This webcast will feature water leaders, public and private, from across America who will discuss how investment in water infrastructure puts people to work and builds a stronger nation.

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Consumer Engagement for AMI -- Overcoming the 'Last Mile' Challenge

In this webcast, sponsored by Neptune Technology Group, we will discuss the drivers behind consumer engagement using customer web portals, the benefits and challenges to various approaches, an...

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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Workforce Productivity Without Hiring: MMSD and Veolia implement Oracle Utilities Work and Asset Management Solution using Doc Palmer’s best practices for planning and scheduling

In this webcast, you will learn about the techniques, tools and processes MMSD and Veolia used to increase work productivity, reduce work backlog, and improve asset reliability at its water recover...
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