Current Headlines

  1. After Death Of Workers, Water Company Finds Itself Held Accountable Once More
    9/28/2016

    The same company that is being sued for the deaths of two men at a wastewater treatment facility has found itself in hot water for some of the same safety violations.

  2. This Device Detects Chemicals On The Cheap, Researchers Claim
    9/28/2016

    Researchers claim they have developed a device that can help utilities test water quality in situ at a lower cost than devices currently in use.

  3. Michigan Changes Rules To Block Lawsuit Over Flint Water Contamination
    9/28/2016

    Michigan made a rule change that will prevent Flint from suing the state over the lead-contamination crisis that has drawn criticism for officials at every level of government.

  4. Nestlé Waters North America Partners With Imagine H2O To Support Water Innovation
    9/27/2016

    Nestlé Waters North America recently announced that it is partnering with Imagine H2O (IH2O), the water innovation accelerator, to help provide entrepreneurs with the resources, insight and visibility needed to launch and scale water solutions.

  5. Progressive Water Treatment Completes Its Third Power Plant Water Treatment Project For A Total Of $3.5M Year To Date
    9/27/2016

    OriginClear Inc. (OTC/QB: OCLN), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment Inc. (PWT), recently modernized and expanded a large Northeast Ohio power plant's boiler feedwater treatment system, improving economy, and doubling capacity to 800 gallons per minute (GPM).

  6. PFC Contamination Leads To More Scrutiny At Military Bases
    9/27/2016

    Earlier this year, the cities of Security, Widefield, and Fountain, CO, experienced higher than normal concentrations of perfluorinated compounds, or PFCs, in their water supply.

  7. Water Worker Rushed To Hospital After Falling 30 Feet
    9/27/2016

    A Tallahassee water employee was hospitalized this month after being injured on the job.

  8. Two Employees Fired After 166 Containers Taken From Indiana Utility
    9/27/2016

    In a strange case at an Indiana utility this month, 166 treatment containers disappeared, and two people lost their jobs in the aftermath.

  9. Pennsylvania Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgraded With GE’s LEAPmbr* Technology
    9/26/2016

    Seeking to increase the wastewater treatment capacity at the Brush Creek sewage plant without expanding its footprint, Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania, turned to GE’s high-performance LEAPmbr* membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology for an upgrade.

  10. GE Announces World’s Largest Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor System Will Use ZeeLung* Technology
    9/26/2016

    GE recently announced that the Yorkville-Bristol Sanitary District (YBSD) in the Fox River watershed in Illinois is the first customer for its new ZeeLung membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR) technology.