WW Weekly - Apr 8th, 2024
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April 8, 2024
The Copper Development Association submits comment on the EPA's proposed regulations for lead and copper improvements.
Kamstrup water metering opens the doors to its new North American headquarters and manufacturing facility outside of Atlanta, Georgia.
Water improvements are coming to disadvantaged communities around Calimesa following the implementation of a $10.2 million grant.
An article in Wastewater Digest explores emerging technologies for wastewater recycling, including a U.K. startup’s solution based on batch reverse osmosis.
A KPI-based decision-making framework could help project developers make difficult decisions when it comes to direct potable water reuse projects.
In this episode, the hosts share the final Women in Water interview of the month, as Women's History Month concludes.
Collection systems, pump stations, sewers and everything in between are vital for clean and sanitary communities. We want to know how you and your utility maintain, inspect, clean and repair or rehab these collections system assets. Take this anonymous survey to help us better understand your struggles and concerns with your system.
The grand opening of the new manufacturing facility in Denver, NC is scheduled for April 17, 2024
The emergence of climate change has increased the need for more up to date science models and mapping. The Charles River Watershed Association has developed a new approach to flood mapping.
A regulatory outlook on state and federal approaches to PFAS in the wastewater sector, and recommendations for financial preparedness.
Explore how permeable pavers can move green infrastructure forward