Current Headlines

  1. EPA Proposes Financial Responsibility Requirements For Hardrock Mining Industry
    12/5/2016

    Following a court order and Congressional directive under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently is taking action to protect American taxpayers by proposing financial responsibility requirements for the hardrock mining industry.

  2. EPA Speaks Out On Portland’s Lead Problems
    12/5/2016

    For some time now Portland has had problems with lead in its drinking water. As in many cities around the country, lead contamination there can be attributed to problems with aging pipes and a lack of testing.

  3. Unknown Oily River Sheen Approaches D.C.
    12/5/2016

    A mysterious sheen on the Potomac River near Washington, D.C., has water agencies monitoring for contamination and safeguarding against fallout for their drinking water supplies.

  4. Florida, Georgia ‘Water War’ Trial Concludes With Judge Pleading For Resolution
    12/5/2016

    The so-called “water war” trial over whether Florida and Georgia are sharing water fairly wrapped up at a court in Maine last week, and now both sides are waiting to hear what happens next.

  5. New Jersey’s Drought Woes Grow Worse
    12/2/2016

    Drought conditions in parts of the world not normally thought of as arid continue to worsen. For example, in northern and central sections of New Jersey, drought conditions persist due to lack of rain.

  6. Wastewater Utilities Oppose EPA’s Request For Nutrient Information
    12/2/2016

    Wastewater utilities are suspicious of a federal plan to collect more information about their nutrient practices.

  7. Should Leaks Mean Billing Break?
    12/2/2016

    At a time when utilities are struggling with cost pressures and crumbling infrastructure, cities across the country are struggling with questions around their leak policies and if residents should get a break on their bills when they spring a leak.

  8. Minister Erdan: ‘Nearly 90% of Israel’s Waste Water Is Now Recycled, 4 Times Higher Than Any Other Country In The World’
    12/1/2016

    Israel's Minister of Strategic Affairs & Public Diplomacy, Gilad Erdan paid tribute to Israel's world-renowned sustainable innovation at this week’s first-ever Israeli CSR Experience Conference hosted by Maala, the country’s CSR standards organization.

  9. H2O Innovation Awarded $8 M Of New Contracts In North America
    12/1/2016

    H2O Innovation Inc. (“H2O Innovation” or the “Corporation”) is proud to announce that it was awarded three (3) new contracts - two (2) wastewater projects using membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology and a drinking water project. These new contracts bring the Corporation’s project sales backlog to $55 M, which is included in the $108 M consolidated backlog (combining Projects and Operation & Maintenance contracts).

  10. After Testing, Cleveland School District Finds Lead In 60 Buildings
    12/1/2016

    The Cleveland Metropolitan School District recently uncovered high levels of lead in samples that were taken from drinking fountains and other water sources in 60 school buildings.