Current Headlines

  1. Chicago Educators Struggle With Lead Testing Requirement
    1/24/2017

    Educators in Chicago are struggling with new legislation that requires both schools and daycare centers to test drinking water for lead contamination.

  2. New Jersey Loses 130 Million Gallons Of Water Per Day
    1/24/2017

    New Jersey is losing around 130 million gallons of treated drinking water per day, according to a new study that attempts to shed light on the “largely hidden” problem of water loss in the Garden State.

  3. Fukushima Water May Benefit From New Purification Technique
    1/24/2017

    Researchers at Rice University and Kazan Federal University in Russia say they have discovered a new way to purify water contaminated by radioactive metals.

  4. EPA Launches Technology Challenge For An Advanced Septic System Nitrogen Sensor
    1/23/2017

    Recently, the U.S. EPA and its partners launched a technology challenge for an Advanced Septic System Nitrogen Sensor. The total award pool for this phase is $55,000.

  5. Despite Controversy, Florida Power Moves Forward With Injection Plan
    1/23/2017

    2016 was a tough year for Floridians and their drinking water and it seems that even in the new year, problems are continuing.

  6. Utility Responds To 'Sulfur' Water Near Detroit
    1/23/2017

    The utility serving the suburbs south of Detroit responded this month after residents said their tap water smelled and tasted like sulfur.

  7. The Oval AD Tank Solution By Whites Concrete
    1/23/2017

    A special elliptical tank made from precast panels by Whites Concrete (part of the Naylor Group) has been installed for a new AD plant in Lincolnshire.

  8. Researchers Claim New Approach To Wastewater Nutrients
    1/23/2017

    Finnish researchers claim they have developed a new method for converting the nutrients in wastewater into fertilizer.

  9. Web Videos Communicate The Benefits Of Peristaltic Hose Pumps Over Alternative Pump Technologies
    1/23/2017

    WMFTG’s industrial pump specialists hope the videos will establish wider market understanding of the advantages of Bredel pumps. In particular, a focus is given to comparisons between Bredel technology and progressive cavity (PC) and air operated diaphragm (AOD) pumps.

  10. Automation Federation To Present At This Week’s 2017 Workforce Development Institute Conference
    1/23/2017

    As part of its mission to help develop a workforce capable of competing in advanced manufacturing, the Automation Federation will deliver a presentation on career pathways in industrial cybersecurity at this week’s 2017 Workforce Development Institute conference.