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  1. Water Works: Investing Together for a Stronger America

    Webcasts

    Mon, 15 Sep 2014

    webcast will feature water leaders, public and private, from across America who will discuss how investment in water infrastructure puts people to work and builds a stronger nation.

  2. Water leaders convene on Capitol Hill, rally support to invest in U.S. water infrastructure

    Online Articles

    Wed, 10 Sep 2014

    required to strengthen U.S. water infrastructure -- helping bolster America ..... cities depend on reliable water infrastructure -- and we need to invest ..... accelerate investment in water infrastructure in order to drive job creation

  1. WaterTAP appoints four new influential water sector leaders

    Online Articles

    Mon, 8 Sep 2014

    members "represent a broad spectrum of experience in the water sector, from the engineering firms that oversee water infrastructure projects, to the municipalities that deal with management of the resource, to the innovators and entrepreneurs

  2. WaterWorld Weekly - Sept. 8, 2014

    Video

    Mon, 8 Sep 2014

    will feature water leaders, both public and private, from across America, who will discuss how investment in water infrastructure puts people to work. And built a strong nation. We hope you can join us to find out more visit waterworld.com

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    public and private, from across America, who will discuss how investment in water infrastructure puts people to work. And built a strong nation. We hope you can join us to find out more visit waterworld.com/webcast. Cases
  3. WaterWorld Weekly - Sept. 1, 2014

    Video

    Tue, 2 Sep 2014

    Brain-eating amoeba found in Louisiana parish water system; Tampa Bay mini-grants promote source water protection; USDA funding to help reduce phosphorus in Lake Champlain Basin; CA homeowners remove lawns for cash

  4. Increased water recycling, irrigation key to reducing global water scarcity, study finds

    Online Articles

    Fri, 29 Aug 2014

    areas through significant domestic or industrial water use reduction, for example, by reducing leakage in the water infrastructure and improving water-recycling facilities. Limiting the rate of population growth could help in all water-stressed

  5. WaterWorld Weekly - Aug. 25, 2014

    Video

    Mon, 25 Aug 2014

    Toledo battles rumor mill over water advisory; Drought study finds western U.S. is rising; Drinking water safe following diesel fuel spill on Ohio River; Board OK's Detroit water, sewer bond buyback plan

  6. WaterWorld Weekly - Aug. 18, 2014

    Video

    Mon, 18 Aug 2014

    severe droughts in the state's history. It will also allow for much needed investments in the state's backbone water infrastructure system. The bipartisan water bond was the product of negotiations led by Governor Jerry Brown, Assembly Speaker

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    It will also allow for much needed investments in the state's backbone water infrastructure system. The bipartisan water bond was the product of negotiations led by Governor Jerry Brown, Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins, and Senate President
  7. Joint venture wins prestigious award for work at Australia WTP

    Online Articles

    Mon, 18 Aug 2014

    groundwater replenishment plant " About ACCIONA Aqua ACCIONA Agua designs, constructs, operates and maintains water infrastructure around the globe, currently providing water and wastewater services to over 50 million people in 20 countries

  8. CA water authority backs water bond; urges legislators to approve

    Online Articles

    Wed, 13 Aug 2014

    545-billion state water bond measures that would fund critical new water supply development and large-scale water infrastructure projects vital to the future of San Diego County and all of California. The water bond was the product of negotiations