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  1. Scientists Measure Reservoir Evaporation To Gauge Water Scarcity
    1/23/2015

    Scientists are trying out a new approach to drought and water scarcity monitoring: They are measuring how much water evaporates from reservoirs in order to provide a more accurate picture of how much water is available.

  2. Researchers Call For Changes In 50-Year-Old Drinking Water Standards
    1/22/2015

    Changes in drinking water quality in the 21st Century are coming from a myriad of circumstances, and not all are for the best.

  3. Soils Could Keep Contaminants In Wastewater From Reaching Groundwater, Streams
    1/22/2015

    With endocrine-disrupting compounds affecting fish populations in rivers as close as Pennsylvania's Susquehanna and as far away as Israel's Jordan, a new research study shows that soils can filter out and break down at least some of these emerging contaminants. By Jeff Mulhollem

  4. USGS Groundwater Toolbox: A New Way To Analyze Hydrologic Data
    1/22/2015

    The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has released a convenient and informative new method for the analysis of groundwater and surface-water hydrologic data called the Groundwater (GW) Toolbox.

  5. American Water Receives Environmental Industry Award
    1/22/2015

    American Water, the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, received a Business Achievement Award from the Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) for the sixth year.

  6. St. Louis Sees Water As A Money Maker
    1/22/2015

    Can water become an economic engine for St. Louis?

  7. Small City Spends $18 Million On AMI System. Did It Pay Off?
    1/22/2015

    A few years ago, a town in North Carolina joined forces with SAS Institute and Aquastar technology to offer customers more data on their water consumption.

  8. Ice And Intake Valves Complicate Lake Erie Water Delivery
    1/22/2015

    A utility near Lake Erie struggled to deliver water because ice in the lake was blocking intake valves earlier this winter.

  9. EPA Approves ProOne Downhole Drilling Treatment For Offshore Use
    1/22/2015

    The United States Environmental Protection Agency Region IX has approved ProOne’s Bio-Stable Downhole Drilling Fluid Treatment for use in offshore oil & gas operations in federal waters off Southern California. Specifically, the product may be discharged when used with approved drilling muds at 0-3% by volume.

  10. Smart H2O Summit Announces Partnership With The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
    1/22/2015

    Smart H2O Summit is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.

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