From the Editor

  1. Top 10 Tweets On 'Flushables'

    With the immense interest that we’re noticing on the issue of “flushables” — or what not to flush to avoid havoc in wastewater collection systems — Water Online decided to dip our toe into some new waters. We recently hosted our first “Twitter party,” or “hashtag chat,” or whatever the kids are calling them these days, and I’m happy to report some very positive outcomes.

  2. Top 7 Factors To Consider When Choosing A Water Level Meter

    Choosing a good water level meter can be tricky, especially if you are doing it for the first time.

  3. New Regulations Require Idaho Cities To Cut Phosphorus By 90 Percent

    The federal government is cracking down on phosphorus in Idaho.

  4. After Elk River Spill, West Virginia Examines Water Protection

    West Virginia policymakers are facing an end-of-year deadline on their review of new water protection laws.

  5. Small UV Plant Is Designed To Address Cultural And Safe Drinking Water Needs Cost-Effectively

    BI Pure Water worked with University of British Columbia researchers and Lytton First Nation to develop a water disinfection system that addresses the needs of native communities, both cultural values as well as the basic necessity of clean drinking water.

  6. EPA Chief Seeks Water Industry Support For Controversial Proposal

    EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy spoke at the Water Environment Federation Technology Conference (WEFTEC) in September "to ask 18,000 water and wastewater professionals for help in supporting the agency's controversial 'Waters of the U.S.' rule," the Times-Picayune reported.

  7. Sun-Activated LilyPads Remove Contaminants Without Chemicals

    Puralytics LilyPads are hardly noticeable in the ponds, lakes, and catchment areas where they are deployed. Made of mesh and plastic, the flat, 1-meter diameter disks could even be confused for their plant namesake if not for their white color.

  8. Ontario Has 'Record-Breaking' Level Of Drugs In Water

    Contamination of drinking water by pharmaceuticals is a growing concern in Canada.

  9. California Prop 1: Water Funding Gets Political

    The fate of California's $7.5 billion water bond proposal hangs in the balance since voters will have a chance to vote it up or down in November.

  10. First Recycled Water Hockey Arena In U.S. Opens

    Hockey players in California will soon be skating on recycled water in at least one arena. Citizens Business Bank Arena in California has become the first hockey arena in the U.S. to use recycled water for its ice.

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