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The Water Research Foundation and the Soquel Creek Water District of California have collectively completed bench- and pilot-scale testing that explores water treatment process efficacies for removing hexavalent chromium from the District's groundwater supplies.
2014-2015 Fellowship Award must be IDA members and should have at least eight years' experience in the field of potable water utilities management such as water networks (supply/distribution) and/or seawater desalination , including the
Today, the Environmental Protection Agency celebrated the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which Congress passed on December 16, 1974, and directed EPA to implement a series of regulations and standards to protect public drinking water from source to tap.
EPA has announced that it recently awarded the state of Arkansas over $13.5 million in funding to help install, upgrade and replace water infrastructure across the state.
2014 -- Quiescent waters in potable water storage tanks can cause problems ..... of icing every year since its potable water tank was built in 1972. According ..... Mixing is "Old School" Most potable water storage tanks were built before
American Water has announced that Walter Lynch, president and COO of Regulated Operations, and Mark LeChevallier, director of Innovation and Environmental Stewardship, will participate in panel discussions during the Safe Drinking Water Act's 40th Anniversary Expert Forum.
meet ANSI/NSF STANDARD 61 requirements for use in potable water applications. The approval includes 1, 2, 3, 5 ..... utilized for THM stripping applications or circulation in potable water treatment systems and reservoirs with a minimum volume
enhanced biological nutrient removal, phosphorus removal and water reuse, as well as TTHM removal and ultrafiltation in potable water applications. Our technologies are designed to easily accommodate changing effluent demands. Our engineering team
Pennsylvania American Water's Philipsburg Water Treatment Plant has earned the elite Phase IV "Presidents Award" from the Partnership for Safe Water.
The EPA released a "Financial Capability Assessment Framework for Municipal Clean Water Act Requirements," which was the result of nearly two years of discussions with representatives of the U.S. Conference of Mayors, National League of Cities and National Association of Counties.