From the Editor

  1. Fluoridation Debate Invades Colorado
    8/31/2015

    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.

  2. Global Warming Policies May Increase Water Deficits
    8/31/2015

    Is it possible that emissions-curbing policies endanger the water supply even more than climate change itself?

  3. Coca-Cola To Reach Water Sustainability Goal Five Years Early
    8/28/2015

    Coca-Cola says it is way ahead of schedule in meeting its top water sustainability goal.

  4. EPA Wastewater Spill Creates Challenges For Navajo Nation
    8/28/2015

    The EPA’s accidental mining wastewater spill has thrust the federal government into a tense relationship with the Navajo Nation.

  5. Arsenic Update: Top Technologies Revealed
    8/27/2015

    The federal regulation for arsenic has been in place since 2002, and yet many utilities remain noncompliant. The culprit isn’t treatment capability, but cost. It happens that the most popular treatment technique is also quite expensive — but it doesn’t have to be.

  6. World Water Week: Water Management Key Priority For International Oil And Gas Sector
    8/27/2015

    The global oil and gas industry association, IPIECA coordinated a session during World Water Week in Stockholm on water management within the sector from now to 2030.  

  7. Feds Settle Arch Coal Inc. Water Violations With $2M Deal
    8/27/2015

    Federal water regulators have reached a $2 million deal with a major coal mining company over pollution charges.

  8. New Water Chlorinator Could Save 1.5 Million Children
    8/27/2015

    What if the technology to provide developing countries with clean water was smaller than a bedside nightstand?

  9. Legionnaires’ Disease Claims 12 Lives In New York
    8/26/2015

    New York City coped with its largest ever outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease this summer, contending with a severe and often fatal form of pneumonia that can spread through the water system.

  10. Frac Water Management Industry Still Worth $1.9 Billion
    8/26/2015

    As global oil prices have dropped, fracking activity has declined. But treating fracking wastewater remains a major opportunity for the water industry, according to a recent report by Lux Research.

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