• Perspectives On 'Water for Development':  Keys To Project Development And Financing
    Perspectives On 'Water for Development': Keys To Project Development And Financing

    An interview with Xavier Leflaive, Water Team Leader, Environment Directorate, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)

  • Uranium Contamination Plagues Aquifers Serving Nearly 2 Million
    Uranium Contamination Plagues Aquifers Serving Nearly 2 Million

    Uranium levels are around 180 times the safe limit in aquifers serving nearly 2 million people in the Midwest and California, according to new research.

  • Texas Teen Invents New Filter For E-Waste
    Texas Teen Invents New Filter For E-Waste

    E-waste is the target of a groundbreaking new water treatment technology recently debuted by a teenager from Texas.

  • U.S. Drought Reshapes Thinking On Water Solutions
    U.S. Drought Reshapes Thinking On Water Solutions

    California’s drought, increasing water consumption, and improving technology costs are sparking deployment of more advanced municipal and industrial solutions to address water stress across the U.S. The epicenter of change is across the U.S. Sunbelt, where wastewater reuse and desalination have been thrust into the spotlight as key solutions. 

  • Testing The Waters: SCADA Simulator Updates Operator Training
    Testing The Waters: SCADA Simulator Updates Operator Training

    The trainees are illuminated by several blinking monitors, testing their knowledge and reactions to catastrophic events displayed as technical readouts in the operating systems before them. They interpret technical data, make adjustments, and pilot the system around disaster and back to stability.

  • EPA Water Rule Hits Roadblock In Court
    EPA Water Rule Hits Roadblock In Court

    The federal government’s sweeping update to the Clean Water Act hit a setback last week when a federal judge halted the proposal in certain states hours before it became enforceable.

  • California Utilities Struggle To Offset Conservation Costs
    California Utilities Struggle To Offset Conservation Costs

    Water rates are expected to go up in California, according to a survey of water utilities released by the rating agency Fitch.

  • Think You Have It Tough? Try Being A Small Water Utility
    Think You Have It Tough? Try Being A Small Water Utility

    I’ve worked with small utilities across the U.S. for some time, and I can tell you they are struggling. They are facing a sustainability crisis so serious, because of so many challenges and lack of resources, that many believe they will be unable to continue in the future.

  • The Black Lagoon Or The Blue Lagoon?
    The Black Lagoon Or The Blue Lagoon?

    To men of a certain age, the word “lagoon” conjures two very different images. In the first, it’s the Creature from the Black Lagoon — a scary gill-man emerging from the ooze. In the other, it’s the idyllic Blue Lagoon, with Brooke Shields frolicking in an island fantasyland.

  • When Product Recovery Systems Are Sound Investments
    When Product Recovery Systems Are Sound Investments

    As advancements in technology have led to smaller, faster, and more durable process equipment, industrial manufacturers are eyeing new hardware to boost product yield in their new and existing facilities. This fact is evident as capital spending figures from the top 37 companies in the food and beverage industry topped $18.5 billion in 2014, a nearly 15 percent increase over the previous year.

  • Utilities In Search Of Direction, Look No Further
    Utilities In Search Of Direction, Look No Further

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is harnessing both natural resources and human drive to lead an energy surge in the water sector. WEF President Ed McCormick discusses where the industry is headed and how utilities can stay ahead of the curve.

  • The Journey To Predictive Maintenance
    The Journey To Predictive Maintenance

    With the digital age fully upon us, it’s time for treatment plants to evolve beyond preventative maintenance and embrace predictive maintenance.

  • 'Project Clean Lake' Breaks New Ground In Pollution Control
    'Project Clean Lake' Breaks New Ground In Pollution Control

    The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s $3 billion pollution-control plan includes massive and lengthy tunnels but goes the extra mile by adding advanced wastewater treatment.

  • Fluoridation Debate Invades Colorado
    Fluoridation Debate Invades Colorado

    The largest water utility in Colorado is taking up the debate over whether to fluoridate tap water, one of the longest-running controversies in the water industry.

LATEST HEADLINES

  • Fingerprinting Erosion

    You may have noticed that after a heavy rainstorm, creeks and rivers often turn the color of chocolate milk. That cloudy brown color is caused by sediments — weathered rock material ranging in size from tiny granules of mud to stones.

  • WaterSignal Featured At Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge Expo.

    Sean Rayborn, vice president of WaterSignal, a leading provider of wireless technology providing real-time water usage data, was a featured industry expert on innovative new approaches to saving water at the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge (BBC) 2015 Expo.

  • Old School Ham Baker Are New Kids On The Block At WEFTEC

    One of the UK’s longest established and most reputable water and wastewater solutions providers is set to make its debut at WEFTEC.

  • VIQUA’s LightWise Technology – A Smart Solution To A Common Problem

    VIQUA, the world’s leading manufacturer of residential ultraviolet (UV) water disinfection systems, recently officially introduced its new LightWise technology. LightWise technology is featured in the VIQUA PRO series – the PRO10, PRO20, and PRO30 – for light commercial applications.

  • New Brew Made From Treated Charles River Water Announced By Harpoon Brewery And Desalitech

    Boston-based craft brewer Harpoon Brewery and Desalitech, an innovative water treatment company based in Newton, recently announced an exciting new collaboration to treat and brew 300 gallons of water from the Charles River to create a limited edition beer — Charles River Pale Ale.

  • ISA Security Compliance Institute Issues Update To ISASecure EDSA And SSA Cybersecurity Certifications

    The ISA Security Compliance Institute, which manages the ISASecure cybersecurity certification scheme for industrial automation and control systems (IACS), announced recently updates to certification requirements for the Embedded Device Security Assurance (EDSA) certification and System Security Assurance (SSA) certification.

  • Xylem To Support The Long-Term Sustainability Of Chesapeake Bay

    Xylem Inc., a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world’s most challenging water issues, has been awarded a contract to provide an existing wastewater treatment plant with advanced treatment technology, which will play a key role in an initiative focused on improving water quality in the Chesapeake Bay.

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Sensus OMNI Fireline Meter

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Honey Monster® Septage Receiving System

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Ammonium/Nitrate Ion Selective Electrodes

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Eclipse Purge-and-Trap Sample Concentrator

The Eclipse 4660 Purge-and-Trap Sample Concentrator processes samples for analysis of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) by gas chromatography (GC) or gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS)
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TrojanUVSigna™ — Wastewater Disinfection System

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