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  1. Lithium Lurking In The Water Supply: Good Or Bad Thing?
    10/14/2014

    Lithium, a mood-altering drug, is present in the water supply.

  2. ISIS Uses Water As A Weapon In Iraq
    10/14/2014

    As Islamic State militants wage a violent campaign for power in Iraq, they are exploiting water resources as a "weapon," experts say. 

  3. LiqTech International, Inc. Receives Order Using Its Silicon Carbide (SiC) Membranes For The Removal Of Heavy Metals From Danish Power Plant Wastewater
    10/14/2014

    LiqTech International, Inc. (NYSE MKT: LIQT) ("LiqTech") is pleased to announce that the Company received a $200,000 SiC membrane system order from a Danish customer to be delivered this year.

  4. Portland Water Bureau Selects Innovyze Smart Water Network Modeling Technology
    10/14/2014

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced that the Portland Water Bureau (PWB) in Oregon has chosen the company’s industry-leading InfoWater to support its large-scale, enterprise-wide geospatial water distribution network modeling and management needs.

  5. GIS Professionals Play Key Role Managing World’s Water Resources
    10/14/2014

    Water scarcity is a serious issue with nearly 1.2 billion people, approximately one-fifth of the world’s population living in areas where water is insufficient, according to the United States Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) 2006 Human Development Report.

  6. Kirkland Lake Benefits From Improvements To Wastewater Infrastructure
    10/14/2014

    Representatives from the federal and municipal governments gathered today to celebrate the completion of the Kirkland Lake Wastewater Improvement Project.

  7. Another AMERICAN First: 60-inch AFC Flex-Ring Valve
    10/13/2014

    Weighing in at nearly 30,000 pounds and with a height of more than 13 feet, AMERICAN Flow Control’s (AFC) 60-inch Series 2500 Flex-Ring boltless restrained joint valve is the first and the largest resilient wedge gate valve (RWGV) in the industry without flanged ends.

  8. Santa Barbara To Reopen Old Desalination Plant
    10/10/2014

    As the California drought drags on, one city is more prepared than the others to start desalinating water.

  9. Water Bills May Double To Pay For Infrastructure In St. Louis
    10/10/2014

    Water bills may double in the coming decades to cover soaring infrastructure costs.

  10. Tucson To Expand Water Recycling Efforts
    10/10/2014

    Tucson residents may start drinking recycled water in the next few years.

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