Current Headlines

  1. Fluoridation Debate Invades Colorado
    8/31/2015

    The largest water utility in Colorado is taking up the debate over whether to fluoridate tap water, one of the longest-running controversies in the water industry.

  2. Global Warming Policies May Increase Water Deficits
    8/31/2015

    Is it possible that emissions-curbing policies endanger the water supply even more than climate change itself?

  3. Atlas Copco USA’s Water For All Organization Celebrates 31st Anniversary By Donating $50K To Denver-Based Charity Water For People
    8/29/2015

    In honor of its 31st anniversary, the Atlas Copco USA employee-run Water for All organization has donated $50,000 to Denver-based charity Water for People.

  4. Public And Private Partners Shape Nairobi’s Water Future
    8/28/2015

    Access to water is among the greatest challenges in Nairobi. At the moment the city is home to 4 million people and the population is projected to grow to 6 million in 2025.

  5. Coca-Cola To Reach Water Sustainability Goal Five Years Early
    8/28/2015

    Coca-Cola says it is way ahead of schedule in meeting its top water sustainability goal.

  6. EPA Wastewater Spill Creates Challenges For Navajo Nation
    8/28/2015

    The EPA’s accidental mining wastewater spill has thrust the federal government into a tense relationship with the Navajo Nation.

  7. NGWA Publishes New Guidance On Hydrogeology’s Impact On Large-Scale Geothermal Heat Pump Systems
    8/27/2015

    NGWA Press, the publishing arm of the National Ground Water Association, just released its long-anticipated newest title, Understanding Hydrogeology and Its Impact on Large-Scale Geothermal Heat Pump Systems.

  8. H2O Innovation: Professional Water Technologies Introduces Its New Logo And Corporate Image
    8/27/2015

    H2O Innovation Inc. (“H2O Innovation”) wishes to make an update on the activities of its specialty chemicals business sector known as Professional Water Technologies (“PWT” or the “Company”).

  9. EPA Releases Additional Data And Public Records On Gold King Mine Response
    8/27/2015

    Recently the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released new data trend graphs and additional public records on the Gold King Mine response.

  10. Purifying Contaminated Water With Crab Shells
    8/27/2015

    Scientists in Malaysia have found that crab shells are effective in removing copper and cadmium from contaminated waters.

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