Current Headlines

  1. U.S. Water Alliance Elects Three Nationally Recognized Leaders To Board

    The U.S. Water Alliance added three new Directors to its Board in April. “These nationally- recognized leaders will boost all of our efforts on the value of water and business of sustainability,” explains President Ben Grumbles.

  2. New Contamination Monitoring System Protects Steam Boilers And Enables Energy Recovery

    Spirax Sarco has launched a Turbidity Monitoring System for detecting non-conductive contaminants such as fats, oils and greases in condensate, enabling steam system operators to recover substantial amounts of energy that would otherwise be lost.

  3. LANXESS To Showcase Its Ion Exchange Resins At The 20th ICCI, April 24-26 Istanbul Expo Center, Turkey

    Specialty chemicals company LANXESS is showcasing ion exchange resins from its proven Lewatit line and Lewabrane-brand membranes at the 20th annual ICCI International Energy & Environment Conference and Fair.

  4. Major Recycled Water Milestone Announced At Earth Day Celebration

    At today's Earth Day celebration hosted by the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, Grace Robinson Hyde, the Chief Engineer and General Manager of the Sanitation Districts, announced, "During this past year, for the first time ever, over 100,000 acre-feet of our recycled water was beneficially used."

  5. Aqua-Aerobic Systems Launches New Product Videos

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. recently launched a series of product videos available for viewing at and the company’s YouTube channel. The new videos feature the company’s exclusive line of cloth media filtration products including the AquaDisk® and AquaDiamond® Cloth Media Filters, the AquaSBR® Sequencing Batch Reactor and the Aqua-Aerobic® MBR Membrane Bioreactor.

  6. ‘Water Shares’ Would Create Mutual Responsibility To Preserve Water, Say Leading Engineers

    The introduction of a proposed new ‘Water Shares’ system which would see all water abstractors own a share in their local water catchment, could create a sense of mutual responsibility among abstractors to preserve water supply and better promote water trading during times of water stress according to the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

  7. IDE Technologies Recognized With Two Global Water Awards

    IDE Technologies recently announced it was named as the Global Water Awards category winner of the Desalination Plant of the Year, Sorek, constructed in partnership with Hutchison Water International Holdings Pte. Limited. 

  8. EPA Proposes Plan To Remove Toxic Sediment From The Passaic River; Largest Cleanup In EPA History Will Protect People’s Health And Create Jobs

    In an historic action that will protect people’s health and the environment, and benefit riverfront communities, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently proposed a plan to remove 4.3 million cubic yards of highly contaminated sediment from the lower eight miles of the Passaic River in New Jersey.

  9. California City Makes 15-Year Commitment To Recycled Water

    As the California drought drags on, a city near San Diego is getting ready to make treated wastewater available for irrigation—but the proposal comes with a big price tag. 

  10. HomeServe & Salt Lake City Department Of Public Utilities Work Together To Offer Homeowners Service Line Coverage

    HomeServe USA (HomeServe), a leading provider of home emergency repair service plans, recently announced a new program with the Salt Lake City Department of Public Utilities where it will begin offering optional exterior sewer line, water service line and in-home plumbing repair service plans to more than 72,000 households in Salt Lake City and the surrounding Salt Lake County.