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Recipients of prestigious CG/LA 2014 Project of the Year Awards announced

CG/LA Infrastructure recently announced the recipients of its prestigious 2014 Projects of the Year Awards during the 6th North American Strategic ...

Major water distribution contract approved in city of San Antonio

Today in a unanimous vote, the San Antonio City Council approved a contract between the San Antonio Water System and Vista Ridge Consortium to...

New Ontario, Chinese partnership to unlock market opportunities for energy, water innovation

The Advanced Energy Centre, Water Technology Acceleration Project and China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group have announced a...

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. Watch the video for the full st...

Maryland WWTP's new solar array to serve as state's largest municipally-owned system

Standard Solar is set to install a 2.1-megawatt ground-mount solar system in Pocomoke City, Md., at the city's wastewater treatment facility. Once ...

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Headlines for the week of Oct. 27, 2014: U.N. human rights experts observe effects of Detroit water shutoffs; Two die in El Paso sludge accident; 'Super sensor' detects algae toxins at record-low levels; Nestlé opens 'zero water' dairy factory in Mexico

  

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 >>>

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Recipients of prestigious CG/LA 2014 Project of the Year Awards announced

CG/LA Infrastructure recently announced the recipients of its prestigious 2014 Projects of the Ye...

Major water distribution contract approved in city of San Antonio

Today in a unanimous vote, the San Antonio City Council approved a contract between the San ...

VIDEO: Desalination global news round-up

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

Bureau of Reclamation makes WaterSMART grants available to improve water, energy conservation

The Bureau of Reclamation is inviting states, tribes, water and irrigation districts, and other w...

USDA announces $352M in funding to rehabilitate U.S. rural water systems

The USDA has announced that it is providing more than $352 million in loans and grants to rehabil...

Maryland WWTP's new solar array to serve as state's largest municipally-owned system

Standard Solar is set to install a 2.1-megawatt ground-mount solar system in Pocomoke City, Md., ...

Three major CA airports to receive new stormwater monitoring services, equipment under contract

Los Angeles World Airports has awarded a contract to Alta Environmental for consulting services u...

MI communities awarded $91M for widescale sewer system planning

The MI Department of Environmental Quality has announced 115 applicants selected to receive grant...

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 ...

Three major CA airports to receive new stormwater monitoring services, equipment under contract

Los Angeles World Airports has awarded a contract to Alta Environmental for consulting services u...

MI communities awarded $91M for widescale sewer system planning

The MI Department of Environmental Quality has announced 115 applicants selected to receive grant...

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...

Major Texas company to pay $1.6M civil penalty for CWA oil spill violations

The Department of Justice and the EPA have announced that Superior Crude Gathering has agreed to ...

Kurita to acquire valuable ICL business units in asset purchase agreement

Kurita Water Industries and ICL have entered into an asset purchase agreement to allow Kurita to ...

USDA, NFWF partnership to support ongoing Gulf restoration from Deepwater Horizon oil spill

A new USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation partn...

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...

New Ontario, Chinese partnership to unlock market opportunities for energy, water innovation

The Advanced Energy Centre, Water Technology Acceleration Project and China Energy Conservation a...

Maryland WWTP's new solar array to serve as state's largest municipally-owned system

Standard Solar is set to install a 2.1-megawatt ground-mount solar system in Pocomoke City, Md., ...

Bureau of Reclamation makes WaterSMART grants available to improve water, energy conservation

The Bureau of Reclamation is inviting states, tribes, water and irrigation districts, and other w...

Kurita to acquire valuable ICL business units in asset purchase agreement

Kurita Water Industries and ICL have entered into an asset purchase agreement to allow Kurita to ...

McCrometer announces promotion of new president

McCrometer has officially announced the promotion of Melissa Aquino to the role of president, eff...

Major Texas company to pay $1.6M civil penalty for CWA oil spill violations

The Department of Justice and the EPA have announced that Superior Crude Gathering has agreed to ...

Thousands supporting clean water submit comments to EPA, USCE over 'Waters of the U.S.' definition

More than 700,000 Americans have written to support a plan to protect streams and wetlands nation...

USDA, NFWF partnership to support ongoing Gulf restoration from Deepwater Horizon oil spill

A new USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation partn...

MI communities awarded $91M for widescale sewer system planning

The MI Department of Environmental Quality has announced 115 applicants selected to receive grant...

MO receives EPA decision letter on state's proposed Water Quality Standard changes

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources recently received a decision letter from EPA Region ...

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. Watch the video for the full stories…

Kurita to acquire valuable ICL business units in asset purchase agreement

Kurita Water Industries and ICL have entered into an asset purchase agreement to allow Kurita to acquire ICL's Performance Products' aluminum, paper chemical and water treatment business units based in Ludwigshafen and Dusseldorf, Germany, as well as in Europe and China.

Calgon Carbon awarded second major contract for South Korea water treatment plant

Samsung C&T Corporation has awarded Calgon Carbon a contract to supply 7.2 million pounds of Filtrasorb granular activated carbon to the Dduk-Do Municipal Drinking Water Plant in Seoul City, South Korea.

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...

VIDEO: Desalination global news round-up

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

Calgon Carbon awarded second major contract for South Korea water treatment plant

Samsung C&T Corporation has awarded Calgon Carbon a contract to supply 7.2 million pounds of ...

McCrometer announces promotion of new president

McCrometer has officially announced the promotion of Melissa Aquino to the role of president, eff...

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...

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