Current Headlines

  1. Pall Awarded Major Water Reuse Project For City Of Spokane

    Pall Corporation, a world leader in filtration, separation and purification technologies, today announced that it has been selected as the membrane filtration provider for the City of Spokane, Washington’s Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility upgrade. The upgrade is designed to meet stringent discharge limits for phosphorus, with a goal to improve the quality of the Spokane River as part of a major initiative within the city's Integrated Clean Water Plan.

  2. Xylem Launches The World’s First Wastewater Pumping System With Integrated Intelligence At WEFTEC

    Xylem, (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the most complex water issues, has developed another breakthrough technology that advances the wastewater sector with a smart, sustainable solution: the world’s first wastewater pumping system with integrated intelligence.

  3. Study Finds That 56,000 Californians Are Drinking Arsenic-Tainted Water

    Drought is not the only water concern for Californians these days. A recent study found that nearly 56,000 Californians are exposed to drinking water that has surpassed the federal safety standards for arsenic.

  4. Can Wastewater Analysis Help Police Bust Criminals?

    The wastewater industry may be an asset in helping law enforcement officials track down drug dealers.

  5. Do PFOA Substitutes Pose A Threat To Water Quality?

    It is intuitive to think that regulating harmful contaminants has a positive impact on water quality.

  6. GF Piping Systems Introduces Dual Channel Transmitter & Profibus At WEFTEC 2016

    GF Piping Systems will introduce the new Signet 9950 Dual Channel Transmitter and the Signet 3-0486-D Profibus Concentrator at WEFTEC 2016, Booth #4401, Sept. 24-28 at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.

  7. Fresno Families File Lawsuit Against City Claiming Water Contamination

    The city of Fresno, CA, and private contractors there have been accused by residents of allowing dangerous levels of lead and other harmful substances to enter the water supply.

  8. Fight Over Florida Water Regs Enters New Round

    Clean water activists in Florida hit a snag this month in their legal effort to prevent the state from raising its limits on certain toxic chemical in drinking water.

  9. Massachusetts Taps Emergency Measures To Fight Drought

    Officials in a populous coastal state are cracking down on water wasters and passing emergency measures to bolster their dwindling water supplies — and it’s not the state you might think.

  10. Hydro International Unveils Its Advanced Hydro MicroScreen Technology

    Hydro International unveils its pioneering technology for primary clarification and fine screening, the Hydro MicroScreen, at WEFTEC (Booth 3329).