From the Editor

  1. One-Fifth Of California’s Raw Groundwater Is Contaminated
    7/31/2015

    A recent federal report shows that groundwater in California is steeped in contaminants both natural and human-made.

  2. New Tech To Treat Fracking Wastewater Goes Global
    7/31/2015

    Fracking wastewater treatment technology developed at a national lab is about to go global.

  3. EPA Water Rule Heads To Court
    7/30/2015

    The ink has barely dried on the federal government’s new Clean Water Act regulation, but stakeholders are already suing over the new standards.

  4. Prozac Missed By Wastewater Treatment Making Birds Fat
    7/30/2015

    Traces of Prozac that move through the sewage system and elude wastewater treatment processes appear to pose a danger to birds, according to new research.

  5. Is Seattle Drying Up?
    7/29/2015

    Seattle residents are grumbling that their normally temperate summer disappeared this year in the midst of a heat wave.

  6. This Common Practice Creates Big Headaches For Water Utilities
    7/29/2015

    Mishandling sewage can mean serious time behind bars. The practice poses a threat to waterways and creates big headaches for water utilities.

  7. Idaho Residents Fear For Pets As Toxic Algae Bloom Grows
    7/28/2015

    Blue-green algae is churning up fear that human and animal life might be at risk this summer after the death of a dog was attributed to toxins in lake water.

  8. Ireland Tap Water Fiasco Yields Death Threats
    7/28/2015

    Newfound utility charges for Ireland residents, who had previously enjoyed free tap water, continue to stoke public outrage, and some people on the fringes are making death threats over the issue.

  9. Tangential Flow Separation: A New Way To Treat Waste
    7/27/2015

    Can “leaky hoses” really be considered an innovation? The answer is yes — when applied (ingeniously) for liquid/solids separation.

  10. A Model For Private-Sector Stormwater Management And Water Stewardship
    7/27/2015

    Toronto’s Partners in Project Green promotes collaborative and innovative strategies for low-impact development (LID) stormwater management, focusing on the industrial and commercial sector.

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