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Headlines for the week of Aug. 3, 2015: Nine desalination, water purification research projects get Reclamation funding; Texas residents find worms in water; New online tool tracks water quality in nation’s rivers and streams; Water pollution probe has Olympic athletes worried

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KS Health Foundation to fund up to $2M for clean drinking water grants

The Kansas Health Foundation recently announced that it is now accepting requests for proposals t...

Singularity University launches Global Water Impact Challenge in California

In an effort to address California's water supply challenge amid ongoing drought, Singularity Uni...

MO American Water files rate request for water, sewer services in all districts

Missouri American Water has filed an application with the Missouri Public Service Commission to a...

Kruger to provide advanced filtration system for FL reclaimed water project

Kruger was recently awarded a contract to furnish a Hydrotech Discfilter system for the Port Oran...

NASA study shows CA’s 'rain debt' equal to average full year of precipitation

According to a new study conducted by NASA, the state of California accumulated a debt of about 2...

Researchers utilize wastewater treatment process to capture CO2, produce energy

Engineers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed an innovative wastewater treatment...

Grand Canyon WWTP to improve sludge handling with new chopper pumps

The South Rim Wastewater Treatment Plant, located at the Grand Canyon in the state of Arizona, wi...

North Las Vegas wastewater treatment plant upgraded with MBR technology

As part of an upgrade to its wastewater treatment plant, the city of North Las Vegas, Nev., has i...

Reclamation awards $1.49M for nine desalination, water purification research projects

The Bureau of Reclamation recently announced that it has selected nine projects across the United...

Membrane technology helps improve operations at Italy wastewater treatment plant

In an effort to preserve the beaches of the Northern Adriatic Sea, the regional government in Rim...

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...

NYC to improve water quality, better control stormwater runoff under new permit

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has issued a permit to improve water ...

WEF announces winners of 2015 StormTV Project competition

The Water Environment Federation has officially announced the winners of the 2015 StormTV Project...

NASA study shows CA’s 'rain debt' equal to average full year of precipitation

According to a new study conducted by NASA, the state of California accumulated a debt of about 2...

Seattle releases citywide green infrastructure strategy to combat stormwater pollution

In light of polluted stormwater runoff threatening water quality in Puget Sound, Seattle Mayor Ed...

Researchers utilize wastewater treatment process to capture CO2, produce energy

Engineers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed an innovative wastewater treatment...

Research reveals filtration favored over disinfection when treating ballast water

When treating ships' ballast water, new research conducted by the Analytical BioGeoChemistry rese...

Holcim earns Gulf Guardian Award for industrial stormwater management efforts

Holcim Inc has received the First Place 2015 Gulf Guardian Award in the Business and Industry Cat...

EPA announces settlement of CWA violations with Pan AM Railways

Pan Am Railways has agreed to settle allegations from the Environmental Protection Agency for Cle...

Russian power plant saves 1.3M gallons of water annually with corrosion inhibitor technology

TEC VAZ VoTGK, a gas-fired power plant in the Samara area of the Volga region of Russia, has save...

Researchers utilize wastewater treatment process to capture CO2, produce energy

Engineers at the University of Colorado Boulder have developed an innovative wastewater treatment...

Smart Cities Council adds Clevest Solutions as Associate Partner

The Smart Cities Council recently announced that it has added Clevest Solutions Inc. as an Associ...

Sensus, BAI partner to deliver advanced digital infrastructure to Australia

Sensus and BAI have partnered to transform the utility-customer ecosystem in Australia. The compa...

NY landfill Superfund site transformed into large-scale solar power farm

Brick Township in Ocean County, N.J., has received the first-ever "Excellence in Site Reuse ...

WA offers emergency loans to small water systems damaged by natural disasters

The Washington State Department of Health has announced that it will start offering low-interest ...

NYC to improve water quality, better control stormwater runoff under new permit

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has issued a permit to improve water ...

New online USGS tool tracks nutrients, sediment in waterways across nation

Thanks to a new online tool from the U.S. Geological Survey, water professionals can now better a...

Holcim earns Gulf Guardian Award for industrial stormwater management efforts

Holcim Inc has received the First Place 2015 Gulf Guardian Award in the Business and Industry Cat...

Paddlers to participate in Missouri River race to support water preservation

Missouri American Water has announced that about 600 paddlers will launch their boats in Missouri...

DNREC now accepting grant proposals for wastewater, surface water project planning

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's Division of Watershed St...

Sensus, BAI partner to deliver advanced digital infrastructure to Australia

Sensus and BAI have partnered to transform the utility-customer ecosystem in Australia. The companies will design, supply and install a digital infrastructure across the continent that will enable utilities to remotely and continuously monitor and diagnose problems.

Xylem providing dewatering pumps for Panama Canal Expansion Program

The Panama Canal Expansion Program is receiving heavy-duty dewatering pumps from Xylem to fill the third set of basin locks on the Pacific Ocean sector with 1.7 billion gallons of water, as part of performance trials for the system prior to its commissioning.

Membrane technology helps improve operations at Italy wastewater treatment plant

In an effort to preserve the beaches of the Northern Adriatic Sea, the regional government in Rimini, Italy, has partnered with HERA, operator of the regional wastewater treatment plant, to expand its existing operations while absorbing other WWTPs in the area.

Ceramic membranes trialled in Singapore for seawater reverse osmosis pre-treatment

Ceramic membranes may have historically struggled in the municipal drinking water market compared to its polymeric bigger brother, but Singapore is hoping to change that...

Caribbean island expanding drinking water plant with seawater desalination solution

A seawater desalination plant expansion project in Hato on the Caribbean island of Bonaire will soon be receiving an advanced water filtration equipment package from GE in an effort to continue providing clean drinking water for the entire island.

Grand Canyon WWTP to improve sludge handling with new chopper pumps

The South Rim Wastewater Treatment Plant, located at the Grand Canyon in the state of Arizona, wi...

Research reveals filtration favored over disinfection when treating ballast water

When treating ships' ballast water, new research conducted by the Analytical BioGeoChemistry rese...

Kruger to provide advanced filtration system for FL reclaimed water project

Kruger was recently awarded a contract to furnish a Hydrotech Discfilter system for the Port Oran...

Self-assembling, biomimetic membranes may lead to better water treatment, analysis finds

According to an international team of researchers from a wide range of universities, businesses a...

North Las Vegas wastewater treatment plant upgraded with MBR technology

As part of an upgrade to its wastewater treatment plant, the city of North Las Vegas, Nev., has i...

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