Current Headlines

  1. Did Donald Trump Sidestep Manhattan Sewage Standards?
    7/22/2016

    The Republican presidential nominee has a track record on sewage issues, although it is almost never discussed in the campaign.

  2. Cali Regulator: Water Utilities Faces An “Unforgiving” Environment
    7/22/2016

    The water business faces systemic pressures that have created an “unforgiving new landscape” for utility managers, according to Max Gomberg, the water conservation and climate change manager at the California Water Resources Control Board, in an analysis piece published by News Deeply.

  3. Former Brooklyn DEP Workers Say City Has Lied About Water Quality
    7/22/2016

    New York City has become the latest scene of controversy over water quality reports.

  4. Water Companies Turning To New Tank Design
    7/21/2016

    The UK water industry is embracing an innovative tank manufacturing system, following its validation by the Achilles Utility Sector supply-chain management company.

  5. Land Of Milk And Savings With New Pre-Cast Whites Concrete Effluent Tank
    7/21/2016

    Whites Concrete has supplied a pre-cast concrete effluent tank for a farmer-owned dairy company in South Wales that supplies the national milk, retail, food-service and retail markets.

  6. Fire Department Saves Autistic Man From Treatment Plant Drainage Ditch
    7/21/2016

    Firefighters in Winston-Salem, NC, were able to rescue a missing autistic man from a water treatment facility drainage ditch. early this month.

  7. EPA To Portland: Lead Levels 'Aren’t Good Enough'
    7/21/2016

    A deadline is bearing down on Portland, OR, as the city attempts to get its lead levels in drinking water under control.

  8. Flint Utility Director Under Scrutiny For Job History
    7/21/2016

    Flint's new utilities director is facing public scrutiny about her record with previous employers.

  9. New Water Research Foundation Reports Showcase Utility Innovations In Water Conservation And Energy Recovery
    7/20/2016

    The Water Research Foundation, a leading sponsor of research supporting the water community, has published two projects on innovative methods to pursue water conservation and energy recovery. The water conservation technology project explored the use of “smart” irrigation controllers to prevent over-irrigation. The energy recovery technology project investigated in-line hydrokinetic turbines within a potable water distribution system.

  10. WWTPs Work Together To Recover From West Virginia Flood
    7/20/2016

    The state of West Virginia is still recovering from the historic flood on June 23rd, which brought 8 to 10 inches of rain in six to eight hours in parts of the state.