Current Headlines

  1. South Africa Partners With Iran On Desalination
    5/26/2016

    Though it has been experiencing what seems like a never-ending drought, South Africa may be finally getting a well-deserved reprieve.

  2. Farm States Pour Money To Fight Runoff, But It May Not Be Enough
    5/26/2016

    Officials in farming states are trying to tackle nitrate contamination through litigation and spending, but some experts say it will never be enough if farmers are not more heavily regulated.

  3. Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Of Greater Chicago And Ostara Open World’s Largest Nutrient Recovery Facility To Help Recover Phosphorus And Protect Mississippi River Basin
    5/25/2016

    Setting the bar for water stewardship and recovery for reuse, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) in partnership with Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies recently officially opened the world’s largest nutrient recovery facility at their Stickney Water Reclamation Plant in Cicero, IL.

  4. Alfa Laval Wins SEK 50 Million Waste Water Treatment Order In The US
    5/25/2016

    Alfa Laval – a world leader in heat transfer, centrifugal separation and fluid handling – has won an order to supply decanters to a waste water treatment plant in the US. The order, booked in the Water & Waste Treatment segment, has a value of approximately SEK 50 million and delivery is scheduled for 2017.

  5. Long Island Schools Test Positive For Lead
    5/25/2016

    Following the Flint, MI, lead contamination crisis, more than a half-dozen school districts on Long Island, NY, have tested positive for elevated lead levels in water from drinking fountains and sinks.

  6. One Dead After Faulty Water Pipe Complicates Fire Rescue
    5/25/2016

    Firefighters in a Colorado town faced a water infrastructure challenge during a kitchen fire this month that had fatal consequences.

  7. Report Slams Texas Utilities On Water Loss, Conservation
    5/25/2016

    Water utilities in the recently drought-ravaged state of Texas need to do a lot more to save water, according to a new report on conservation in the Lone Star State from the Sierra Club, National Wildlife Federation, and Galveston Bay Foundation.

  8. Broken Main Discharged 1 Million Gallons Of Raw Sewage In Florida
    5/24/2016

    More than 1 million gallons of raw sewage went into a canal that leads to Central Florida’s Banana River, after an old sewer pipe broke last week near the border of Satellite Beach and Indian Harbour Beach.

  9. New Franklin Electric IGP Series Grinders Operate Across Various Voltages
    5/24/2016

    Franklin Electric Co., Inc. now offers enhanced IGP Series Grinder Pumps that can operate on nominal voltages ranging from 208 V to 230 V in one model.

  10. Global Water Industry - Opportunities For Water Service Companies And Investors 2016 - 2024
    5/24/2016

    The global water market caters to the domestic and household sectors as well as the industrial sector, which comprises mining, power generation, pharmaceutical, pulp and paper, upstream oil and gas, refining and petrochemicals, microelectronics, and food and beverages.