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Headlines for the week of Apr. 20, 2015: EPA seeks public comment on fracking wastewater rule; MWD to restrict water deliveries; New Product Spotlight with Art Haddaway - Cultec; Control system failure blamed for Galveston wastewater spill; Reeds Spring investigates discolored foam at WWTP

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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? In this webcast, experts from RESA Power Solutions will discuss how to restore vintage components to better-than-new quality. As the wat...
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Automated phosphorus monitoring and treatment control meet highest standards for water protection

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Voting now underway for WaterWorld's third WaterShots online photo contest

Vote! The voting period for WaterWorld's third WaterShots online photo contest focusing on aging...

Stanley Consultants earns Engineering Excellence Award for sanitary sewer design

The American Council of Engineering Companies announced that it has given an Engineering Excellen...

Senate bill proposed to block Clean Water Rule; NRDC comments on action

A dozen senators led by John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) introduced a bill to block the Clean Wat...

Drinking Water Week 2015: Hanna Instruments encourages communities to test drinking water

In an effort to commemorate National Drinking Water Week, taking place May 3-9, Hanna Instruments...

Poseidon Water seeking renewable energy sources for Huntington Beach desalination project

In light of an executive order issued by CA Governor Jerry Brown to establish a greenhouse gas re...

Voting now underway for WaterWorld's third WaterShots online photo contest

Vote! The voting period for WaterWorld's third WaterShots online photo contest focusing on aging...

Stanley Consultants earns Engineering Excellence Award for sanitary sewer design

The American Council of Engineering Companies announced that it has given an Engineering Excellen...

American Water signs agreement to acquire Environmental Disposal Corporation

American Water announced that it has agreed to acquire all of the issued and outstanding capital ...

WERF awards new contracts to explore innovative processes

The Water Environment Research Foundation recently announced that it has awarded three new contra...

DNREC accepting applications for wastewater, drinking water asset mgmt program

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources' Financial Assistance Branch has announced that it i...

Soil contributing to stormwater management, alternative agriculture water sources

To commemorate the International Year of Soil 2015, the Soil Science Society of America is coordi...

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 ...

Report highlights new water opportunities for offshore oil and gas industry

Research and Markets has announced the addition of a new report that addresses innovative water o...

Brine filtration technology improves chlor-alkali process at new Abu Dhabi chemical plant

In an effort to better handle precoat filtration as part of the chlor-alkali process at a new fac...

GE Water Business earns Safety Excellence Award for efforts at Ohio plant

Kraton Performance Polymers recently honored GE with a Platinum Contractor Safety Award for its d...

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...

Aqua America's IL subsidiary announces $22M acquisition of North Maine Utility

Aqua America announced that its Illinois subsidiary has completed the successful purchase of the ...

Poseidon Water seeking renewable energy sources for Huntington Beach desalination project

In light of an executive order issued by CA Governor Jerry Brown to establish a greenhouse gas re...

American Water signs agreement to acquire Environmental Disposal Corporation

American Water announced that it has agreed to acquire all of the issued and outstanding capital ...

Water Council officially welcomed to OPIC Partners Program

The Overseas Private Investment Corporation welcomed The Water Council to its Partners Program, w...

Badger Meter releases metering recommendations for CA water suppliers

Badger Meter has released recommendations on the latest metering technologies for California muni...

Advanced dredging technology contributes to Gulf barrier island reconstruction

DSC Dredge announced that it has provided an 8-inch Badger Class dredge to J.E. Borries to assist...

Waterways remain resilient, respond quickly after dam removal, report finds

A new study published by the U.S. Geological Survey and its partners has found that rivers are re...

Senate bill proposed to block Clean Water Rule; NRDC comments on action

A dozen senators led by John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) introduced a bill to block the Clean Wat...

Nominations sought for 2015 Delaware Wetland Warrior Award

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has announced that it is s...

AWWA, WRF release guide for utility managers to detect, control cyanotoxins

The American Water Works Association and Water Research Foundation have released a guide to help ...

Sensus announces opening of new China meter manufacturing, assembly facility

Sensus announced that it has opened a new meter manufacturing and assembly facility in the city of Fuzhou in the Fujian Province of the People's Republic of China.

Desalination market “pick up” will help balance Hyflux’s revenues, says CEO Lum

With a 61% growth rate expected for the desalination industry, Hyflux CEO Olivia Lum believes this will help the Singapore firm increase group revenues outside its core markets in Asia...

VIDEO: Desalination news round-up

Stories include Ghana’s 60,000 m3/day plant finally inaugurated and desalination included in ACWA Power consortium bid for Bahrain WtE project...

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.

Drinking Water Week 2015: Hanna Instruments encourages communities to test drinking water

In an effort to commemorate National Drinking Water Week, taking place May 3-9, Hanna Instruments...

USAID, Bureau of Reclamation announce winners of new Desal Prize

The U.S. Agency for International Development and the Bureau of Reclamation, in partnership with ...

Desalination market “pick up” will help balance Hyflux’s revenues, says CEO Lum

With a 61% growth rate expected for the desalination industry, Hyflux CEO Olivia Lum believes thi...

Evoqua to help foster water reclamation efforts in L.A. with microfiltration technology

The Department of Public Works for Los Angeles Sanitation has awarded a contract to Evoqua to sup...

WERF, WEF launch new LIFT projects to drive innovation in water quality sector

The Water Environment Research Foundation and Water Environment Federation have announces that th...

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