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The Kansas Health Foundation recently announced that it is now accepting requests for proposals to fund organizations that will improve health outcomes by improving Kansans' access to clean, safe drinking water.
conservation in Australia is critical. A global water utility report discovered the country currently loses 18 percent of its potable water through leaks. A smart water network, featuring the Sensus FlexNet system, detects leaks and allows utilities to
technology, providing a comprehensive suite of pipe rehabilitation solutions for gravity sewer, pressure pipe and potable water including RS MaxPatchÂ®, RS CityLinerÂ®, RS CityMainÂ®, and RS BlueLineÂ® featuring mobile, state
chemical company, working hand in hand with Vita-D-Chlor, Serves as a reliable and effective dechlorinator for potable water flushing. Weighing less than 15 pounds, the Z De-Chlorinator is durable, compact, and lightweight and has a fast
According to a new study, lead present in the zinc coating of galvanized steel pipes can contribute to a significant long-term source of lead in water.
The Environmental Protection Agency has announced that the Pueblo of Santa Ana in New Mexico has gained authority to administer its own water quality standards and certification programs under the Clean Water Act.
The Partnership for Safe Water has presented Fort Collins Utilities of Colorado with the Directors Award in the organization's Distribution System Optimization Program. FCU is the first utility in the state, and among the first in the nation, to receive the prestigious award.
Benefits of Intelligent Distribution Systems," will examine technologies to develop smart water networks for both potable water and wastewater systems. Dave Hughes, water research manager, will be the principal investigator. The total cost
The Partnership for Safe Water has presented the 10-Year Directors Award to the Orange Water and Sewer Authority of North Carolina's Jones Ferry Road Water Treatment Plant for successfully maintaining a high level of performance over the last decade.
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.