Current Headlines

  1. New CU-Boulder Technology Could Make Treatment And Reuse Of Oil And Gas Wastewater Simpler, Cheaper
    2/24/2015

    Oil and gas operations in the United States produce about 21 billion barrels of wastewater per year.

  2. Beer Byproduct May Help Fight Nitrates
    2/24/2015

    A wastewater treatment plant is turning to beer as a solution to its problems—but not in a depressing way.

  3. Registration Is Now Open For Collection Systems 2015
    2/24/2015

    Registration is now open for Collection Systems 2015: Collection Systems Taking Center Stage – Seize the Opportunity from April 19-22, 2015 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.

  4. Calgon Carbon Relocates Headquarters
    2/23/2015

    Calgon Carbon Corporation, an environmental technology company headquartered in Pittsburgh, announced recently that it has officially moved its world headquarters to the newly constructed, Westpointe Corporate Center Four in Moon Township, PA.

  5. Flint Residents Seek Erin Brockovich's Help With Water Crisis
    2/23/2015

    Residents of Flint, MI, have reached out to famed environmentalist Erin Brockovich for assistance with what some see as a water "crisis."

  6. Pros And Cons Of Brackish Water
    2/23/2015

    Is brackish water the future of Texas? Depends who you ask.

  7. South Florida Water Supply In Jeopardy
    2/23/2015

    South Florida is not known for struggling with water scarcity, but as climate patterns change, the region's supply may be threatened by salt from the ocean.

  8. Recycling Of Nutrients Is The Key To Saving The Earth
    2/23/2015

    Leakages of nutrients necessary for food production – especially nitrogen and phosphorus – cause severe eutrophication to the Earth's aquatic ecosystems and promote climate change.

  9. Missouri S&T Researcher Cleans Wastewater
    2/20/2015

    A Missouri University of Science and Technology professor has shown that improving wastewater treatment and saving energy are not only essential, but they’re also compatible. By Joe McCune

  10. Duke Energy, United States Reach Proposed Agreement On Dan River
    2/20/2015

    Duke Energy recently said it has reached a proposed agreement with the U.S. government that, if approved, would close a federal investigation of its subsidiaries, Duke Energy Carolinas, Duke Energy Progress and Duke Energy Business Services, related to the Dan River coal ash spill and ash basin operations at other North Carolina coal plants.

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