Current Headlines

  1. Another Utility Selects Progressive Water Treatment For Upgrade And Expansion Of Boiler Feedwater System
    2/9/2016

    OriginClear Inc., a leading provider of water treatment solutions, recently announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment Inc. (PWT), was awarded a key contract, valued at about $700,000, for upgrading and expanding a large boiler feedwater treatment system at a power plant in the Northeast.

  2. 200 Flint Kids Have Elevated Blood-Lead Levels
    2/9/2016

    Officials have identified at least 200 children in Flint who have elevated blood-lead levels.

  3. Despite Drought, San Diego Is Dumping Treated Water
    2/9/2016

    California is entering its fifth year of drought, but one city recently dumped a half-billion gallons of expensive, treated drinking water.

  4. Bureau Of Reclamation Announces Plans To Invest $23M In Water Reuse And Efficiency
    2/9/2016

    Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Estevan López released plans February 8 to spend an additional $23M this year to support water reuse and efficiency, including $9M for the Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Program, $9M for WaterSMART Grants, and $5M to support water recycling as part of California’s Central Valley Project. Reclamation also plans to invest $2M in research and development.

  5. Franklin Electric Displays New Innovations At WWETT 2016
    2/9/2016

    Franklin Electric Co., Inc., a manufacturer of complete pumping systems, will display two new pumping innovations at the WWETT 2016 Exhibition and Conference, in Booth 2442, at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, February 17-20.

  6. QUA® Wins Contract To Supply FEDI® Fractional Electrodeonization Technology For Water Treatment Plant At Cheniere Energy's Sabine Pass LNG Terminal
    2/9/2016

    QUA® has been awarded a contract to supply its FEDI® Fractional Electrodeionization technology for the RO permeate polishing demineralizing process to support Cheniere Energy's addition of liquefaction services to its Sabine Pass LNG Terminal.

  7. Use Or Abuse? Performance-Based Service Contracts Are The Way Ahead With TOTEX, Says Ham Baker
    2/8/2016

    If Totex is going to be embraced and succeed, then according to Ham Baker’s Spares Maintenance & Service division, the time has finally arrived for water companies to look at whether operators are ‘using’ important assets correctly, or inadvertently abusing them?

  8. ROKY OSI Releases New Video Detailing How Eagle Ford Shale Investments Are Shifting From Oil & Gas Exploration To Wastewater Management And Drilling Mud Remediation
    2/8/2016

    ROKY Oilfield Service Investments(http://rokyosi.com) released a 4-minute video detailing the need for more environmentally friendly oilfield disposal supercenters throughout the Eagle Ford Shale in Texas.

  9. Dilution: Cost-Saver For Waste Utilities?
    2/8/2016

    A town in Massachusetts is hoping dilution via tidal discharge is a technique that could curb costs at its wastewater treatment facility.

  10. Intersex Fish Found In Protected Waters
    2/7/2016

    Researchers are finding that even in some of the cleanest waters in the U.S., pollution appears to be altering the sex functions of fish and making them intersex, a condition that hinders reproduction.