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  1. E. Coli Water Contamination Mystery In Colorado
    12/11/2014

    Government agencies have labeled Bear Creek in Colorado "impaired" since 2008 with e. coli levels over 20 times state limits. Now scientists are getting involved to try to solve the water contamination mystery.

  2. Congress Looks To Regulate Blue-Green Algae Toxins
    12/11/2014

    A new Congressional bill would amend the Safe Drinking Water Act to include cyanotoxins in drinking water and require the EAP to come up with a plan for toxic algae.

  3. Patented FDO And Tank Stand From Assmann
    12/10/2014

    Assmann Corporation of America has recently received patents for its molded in Full Drain Outlet (FDO) assembly (Patent No. US 8,348,090 B2) and modular polyethylene tank stands (Patent No. US 8,814,110 B2).

  4. Pinnacle Ozone Solutions, LLC. Announces Representative Partnership With Goble Sampson Associates, Inc.
    12/10/2014

    Pinnacle Ozone Solutions, a leading supplier of ozone process technology and equipment is pleased to announce the addition of Goble Sampson Associates, Inc. to its sales network.

  5. 37 Treated After Wastewater Plant Explosion
    12/10/2014

    At least 37 people were treated for chemical exposure after an explosion occurred at a wastewater treatment facility in November.

  6. Protesters Rally In Major Irish Cities Over Tap Water Charges
    12/10/2014

    After Ireland began charging for tap water this fall, protests have broken out across the country.

  7. California County Looks To Bolster Recycled Water Use
    12/10/2014

    Saint Luis Obispo County on California's Central Coast may try to increase its recycled water use in an effort to fight the effects of the drought.

  8. Ebola-Patient Sewage Gets Government Attention
    12/10/2014

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued advice on how to safely handle the sewage of Ebola patients.

  9. EPA Awards Texas $2.5M To Reduce Water Contamination Risk In Underground Tanks
    12/10/2014

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently awarded the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality $2,506,000 to prevent and respond to petroleum leaks from in underground storage tanks (UST).

  10. Green Building Initiative Appoints Mary Ann Dickinson To Board
    12/10/2014

    The Green Building Initiative (GBI) Board of Directors announced that it has elected Mary Ann Dickinson, President & CEO of the Alliance for Water Efficiency, a national environmental NGO, as a Director of the GBI.

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