Current Headlines

  1. Top EPA Official Defends Plan For Nuclear Contamination
    11/28/2016

    U.S. EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy addressed members of the National Press Club in Washington D.C. on November 21 in regards to the agency’s attempt at protecting American citizens from nuclear contamination.

  2. With Major Reservoir Nearly Empty, California Struggles For Solution
    11/28/2016

    Lake Cachuma, a reservoir built to hold Santa Barbara County’s drinking water, is experiencing some problems during California’s historic drought. This past summer, the reservoir reached an all-time low at 7 percent capacity, leaving a thick beige watermark that circles the hills.

  3. In Pittsburgh Prison, Legionella Contamination Resulted In Death Of Doctor
    11/28/2016

    A prison in Pittsburgh, PA, is struggling with Legionella bacteria, which is often transmitted through water fountains and showers.

  4. New Ester Simplot Water Park Features Special Precast Components
    11/28/2016

    The beginning of 2016 saw the conclusion of an Oldcastle Precast project to design, detail, manufacture, and supply bridge components, decorative signs, multiple stormwater drainage products, and parking bumpers for Boise, Idaho’s newest and most spectacular city park, Ester Simplot Park.

  5. WOTUS Is ‘Doomed’ Under Trump, Experts Say
    11/28/2016

    The future of the Obama administration’s top achievement for source water policy is not looking hopeful.

  6. Veolia Chosen To Engineer And Deliver A Large Scale Wastewater Treatment Plant For Aramco’s Jazan Refinery In Saudi Arabia
    11/28/2016

    Veolia, through its subsidiary Veolia Water Technologies, has been chosen by contractor Tecnicas Reunidas to engineer and procure a wastewater treatment plant for the Jazan Refinery and Terminal in Saudi Arabia.

  7. Researchers Believe Power Plant Waste Is Key For Nutrient Removal
    11/25/2016

    A waste product from coal-fired power plants may be useful in fighting water pollution.

  8. Indiana’s Water Funding Gap Is In The Billions
    11/25/2016

    Indiana is facing deep water and wastewater infrastructure challenges.

  9. Forum Focuses On Florida's Water Quality Issues
    11/25/2016

    Florida continues to struggle with issues regarding pollution and its waterways. Just this year, the state has suffered from red tide to a sinkhole that opened up beneath a storage pond in Mulberry.

  10. Emefcy Group Ltd. Announces Strategic China Partnership To Deploy MABR In Rural Wastewater Treatment Plants
    11/25/2016

    Emefcy Group Limited (“Emefcy”) is pleased to announce the signing of a distribution and deployment partnership with China Gezhouba Group Investment Holding Co.,Ltd, (CGGC INV) to utilize up to 10,000 Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) Modules in the Hubei, Hebei, and Guangdong Provinces in rural China in initial projects under negotiation.