Current Headlines

  1. The National Association Of Clean Water Agencies And National Milk Producers Federation Sign Landmark MOU To Increase Collaboration On Watershed Improvement Projects
    9/9/2014

    The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (http://www.nacwa.org/images/stories/public/2014-09-09mou_nacwa_nmpf.pdf) (MOU) recently to promote increased cooperation and communication between the two organizations in their efforts to make watershed-level water quality improvements.

  2. EPA Announces Funding To Create Two New Drinking Water Innovation Centers
    9/9/2014

    Recently the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues its commitment to improving America’s drinking water by providing over $8M to create two national centers for research and innovation in small to medium sized drinking water systems.

  3. Silver Bullet System Recognized As An Advanced Oxidation Process Water Treatment Solution
    9/9/2014

    Silver Bullet, an award-winning, cutting-edge water treatment company, announces that its technology has been proven by third party researchers as an Advanced Oxidation Process or AOP.

  4. Linde Bulk Oxygen And Oxygenation Systems Solve Water Treatment Issues Cost-effectively
    9/9/2014

    From industrial wastewater to municipal water treatment, bulk oxygen (O2) and oxygenation systems from Linde LLC can cost-effectively address a range of environmental control issues that often peak in summer months.

  5. California Vineyards Using Recycled Water To Irrigate Grapes
    9/8/2014

    Vineyards in California's Napa and Sonoma Valleys are using reclaimed wastewater to irrigate their grapes. 

  6. Is Water-Efficient Tech Bad For Utilities?
    9/8/2014

    Water-efficient technology has been eating into water utility revenue for the last two decades, and lately many companies say they are feeling the strain. 

  7. Sun-Powered Desalination For Villages In India
    9/8/2014

    Around the world, there is more salty groundwater than fresh, drinkable groundwater. For example, 60 percent of India is underlain by salty water — and much of that area is not served by an electric grid that could run conventional reverse-osmosis desalination plants. By David L. Chandler, MIT

  8. SwRI, UTSA Researchers Prove Biochar Is Low-Cost, Effective Method To Treat Fracking Water
    9/8/2014

    Researchers at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) have determined that biochar, a substance produced from plant matter, is a safe, effective and inexpensive method to treat flowback water following hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.

  9. The Hydraulic Institute Announces Two Key Staff Changes In Technical Organization
    9/8/2014

    The Hydraulic Institute, the nation’s largest pump manufacturing trade associated, recently announced two significant personnel changes.

  10. $2,000 Scholarship Sponsored By Veolia Water Technologies To Be Awarded At SME 2015
    9/8/2014

    Veolia Water Technologies is sponsoring a $2,000 scholarship at the Society of Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) 2015 Annual Conference & Expo in Denver, CO. The Veolia scholarship is in addition to the scholarships that SME offers.