Agency says upgrades will better protect children and at-risk communities from lead in drinking water.
Evoqua Water Technologies has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Memcor membrane business to DuPont Safety & Construction.
Partnership strengthens Evoqua’s capabilities in advanced treatment of complex waste streams.
Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility Water Education Center to reopen to the public.
Revolutionary technology has seen leakage reduction of 1.4 million liters of water per day in targeted areas.
SUEZ Corporate Venture Capital fund, is supporting Inflowmatix’s growth through a 2.8M£ investment, joining existing shareholders IP Group Plc, Parkwalk Advisors and the founders.
Fibracast’s advanced membranes and Anaergia’s anaerobic digestion system will be installed at the state-of-the-art facility, under construction now.
Company awards almost $160,000 to community projects across the country.
Program will help recruit and prepare the next generation of clean water professionals.
EPA funding will ensure the continued protection of groundwater in Texas.
This project is the first WIFIA loan awarded in New England and will help protect public health and the ecosystems of the largest estuary in this region.
Experts recognized for preserving and advancing the water profession.
Funding will be used by nonprofit organizations to provide small public drinking water and wastewater systems with training and technical assistance to achieve and maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Clean Water Act.
Nick was looking for a steady job but found so much more when he joined the newly launched NRWA Apprenticeship Program in 2017.
Scott Bradley talks about Master Meter's AMR and AMI products and how they are ideally suited for the rural water market.