From the Editor

  1. Recognizing Ingenuity From Treatment Plant Employees
    12/7/2016

    The Water Environment Federation’s Ingenuity Contest awarded treatment plant employees all over the country for their ingenuity in solving problems with what they had on-hand. Which clever fix could be used at your plant?

  2. The Water Council Wants To Find Your Next Great Technology
    12/1/2016

    A new initiative will test the theory that some of the next great water technologies are right under our noses, without us even realizing it.

  3. Trump On Water Infrastructure: Fantasy Or Reality?
    11/28/2016

    President-elect Donald Trump is a man big on promises, a fact that has propelled him to the unofficial title of "most powerful person in the free world." Come January, it will be time to start delivering on those promises.

  4. 5 Ways To Improve Green Infrastructure
    11/28/2016

    Digital tools from the U.S. EPA were designed to help communities implement green infrastructure solutions to stormwater problems.

  5. How To Predict Pipe Failures
    11/23/2016

    An extensive research project has developed a new method for predicting pipeline failures, offering a potential savior to drinking water systems.

  6. Meet The New Lead And Copper Rule
    11/21/2016

    As the U.S. EPA’s Lead and Copper Rule turns 25 years old, the country has become inundated with contamination crises. A much-needed update to the regulation may put an end to that.

  7. Coming To Pass: Perspective On The Water Resources Development Act (WRDA)
    11/21/2016

    Do you see the glass half empty or half full? This classic pessimism vs. optimism litmus test may also dictate how you see the passage of WRDA — the water infrastructure funding bill that passed through Congress with ease in September, albeit in different versions for the Senate and the House of Representatives and still awaiting finalization.

  8. DNA Sequencing: The Future Of Water And Wastewater Analysis?
    11/16/2016

    DNA sequencing can provide more information on water and wastewater than traditional methods. Is it time for treatment operations to adopt the method?

  9. EPA Speaks For Utilities On Cyanotoxins
    11/15/2016

    The Drinking Water Cyanotoxin Risk Communication Toolbox takes the guesswork out of public outreach in the event of harmful algal blooms and cyanotoxin contamination.

  10. A Study To Stop Nutrient Pollution, Once And For All
    11/14/2016

    The U.S. EPA has initiated a national study on nutrient removal with the end goal of providing the nation’s wastewater treatment plants with the information needed to solve the growing problem.