Current Headlines

  1. PFOA, PFOS Contamination Causes Prolonged Fight Over Testing
    7/28/2016

    In the wake of a contamination that forced the closure of the primary drinking water supply for the city of Newburgh, NY, in May, City Manager Michael Ciaravino is asking the state Department of Health (DOH) to begin testing residents.

  2. Deep Suspicion Over Land Purchases By California Supplier
    7/28/2016

    America’s largest treated water supplier is buying up land in northern California.

  3. Infrastructure Crisis Comes To A Head In Upstate New York
    7/28/2016

    The water infrastructure crisis that is usually hidden behind walls and under sidewalks is coming to a head in upstate New York.

  4. Breakthrough Technology For Thickening Concentrated Streams Using Low-Grade Residual Energy
    7/27/2016

    Energy saving and re-use of materials become more and more important and are crucial for maintaining a good and healthy environment for future generations.

  5. Dallas Suburb Attacks Water Loss With New Meters
    7/27/2016

    Driven by water loss problems, a Dallas suburb is diving into smart-meter technology for the first time.

  6. Colorado Town Exhales After THC-Contamination Scare
    7/27/2016

    A small town in Colorado warned residents not to drink or bathe with tap water last week because authorities suspected THC, the psychoactive compound in marijuana, might be contaminating the water supply.

  7. Environmental Groups Sue Florida Power Plant For Contaminant Discharges
    7/27/2016

    In a testy back-and-forth, environmental groups in Florida are squaring off with a local power plant for what they claim are violations of the Clean Water Act.

  8. Rising Demand For Wastewater Treatment To Create Opportunities For The Global Industrial Sludge Treatment Chemicals Market Through 2020, Reports Technavio
    7/26/2016

    Technavio analysts forecast the global industrial sludge treatment chemicals market to grow at a CAGR of more than 5% during the forecast period, according to their latest report.

  9. Cleaner Air May Be Driving Improvements In Chesapeake Bay Water Quality
    7/26/2016

    A new study suggests that improvements in air quality over the Potomac watershed, including the Washington, D.C., metro area, may be responsible for recent progress on water quality in the Chesapeake Bay.

  10. Sentencing Held After Man Drowned At Waste Treatment Facility
    7/26/2016

    Ronald Arthur Watts drowned in a pond full of fecal matter at an Australian wastewater treatment facility two years ago. This month, his employer was held responsible.