Researchers aim to forecast impact of urban, agricultural development on aquatic ecosystems

UW-Madison researchers aim to incorporate ecological aspects into economic decision making by forecasting how urban development and agricultural cultivation future policies impact aquatic ecosystem...

New rain garden to reduce stormwater runoff at Chicago elementary school

Water professionals across the country met to build a rain garden at an elementary school in Chicago, IL, to help reduce stormwater runoff.

EPA finalizes NY Superfund site's $506M cleanup plan

EPA finalized the $506 million cleanup plan for Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal Superfund site, one of the nation's most contaminated waterbodies.

Level controller

The LMS II level management system from Metropolitan is a pre-programmed level controller with a color touch-screen operator interface.

Hawaii awarded $1.1 million from EPA to control stormwater runoff

EPA awards Hawaii Department of Health $1.1 million grant to utilize its Polluted Runoff Control Program for water quality improvement.

Bar screens to help channel debris at US Army Corps of Engineers' PCCP facilities

US Army Corps of Engineers will use mechanical bar screens for channel debris removal at its Permanent Canal Closures In New Orleans, LA.

£100m storm water tunnel to be biggest in Scotland

Utility Scottish Water is to build a 3.1 mile-long wastewater tunnel in the south of Glasgow as part of the biggest upgrade of the city’s waste water network in more than a century...

Stormwater solution helps city of Lincoln become green city, grow local economy

Lincoln, NE, is leading the way in developing one of the greenest, tree-filled communities in the nation with its stormwater solution.

Stormwater management treatment devices to be evaluated in new program

SWEMA is supporting WEF's Stormwater Testing and Evaluation for Products and Practices (STEPP) steering committee.

New Orleans Urban Water Plan addresses region's water management problems

The Greater New Orleans Urban Water Plan was released to reduce street flooding, potholes and damaged infrastructure in the region.



Based on same simple, efficient design that has made REGAL Gas Chlorinators the industry standard. Used to de-chlorinate water, wastewater and indu...


Made with just 68 parts, the direct cylinder mounted, all-vacuum REGAL Chlorinators are easy to maintain and clean, reducing down time and minimizi...


Continuously measures level(s) of Free or Total chlorine in water and wastewater. May be used exclusively to monitor chlorine residual levels or in...


Treats water with varying flow rates. Features “flow-proportional” or “step-rate” control modes, automatic or manual operation, adjustable “low flo...