Current Headlines

  1. Endress+Hauser Releases Memosens CLS82D Hygienic Conductivity Sensor

    Endress+Hauser releases the Memosens CLS82D conductivity sensor for production, process development and laboratory applications in the pharmaceutical, food, life sciences and other industries.

  2. DNC Apologizes For Sewage Mistake

    A Democratic National Committee (DNC) bus left more than a campaign message behind on a recent trip through Georgia: Bus operators also left sewage in a storm drain, winning the ire of locals.

  3. Ohio Requires Mapping Of Lead Pipes In Water Systems

    The aftereffects of Flint, MI, can still being felt by countless cities around the country. In Ohio, a similar incident took place in the village of Sebring earlier this year, prompting officials to act.

  4. PFC Treatment Befuddles Researchers

    The conundrum of how to treat perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) is an increasingly compelling area for researchers as regulators increase their scrutiny of these contaminants and water utilities across the country reckon with this difficult form of pollution, which is often linked to industrial and military sites.

  5. Should States Invest In Underground Water Storage?

    Are drought-plagued states missing the opportunity to store rain when it comes their way?

  6. Impressive Turnout Puts WEFTEC 2016 In The Top Five

    An impressive turnout of 20,113 registrants and 1,006 exhibitors using 301,900 net square feet of space puts WEFTEC 2016 within the top five largest and best-attended events in the conference’s 89-year history.

  7. EPA Probes Wisconsin’s Water Regulation Enforcement

    Last week, federal regulators spent four days in the Madison, WI, headquarters of the state Department of Natural Resources searching through files on state enforcement of water pollution laws.

  8. Cities With Declining Populations Feel Infrastructure Pressure

    Water industry experts already know that infrastructure is crumbling in cities and towns across the country, and that investment is sorely needed.

  9. Thompson Pump Deploys Emergency Response Team, Hastening Hurricane Recovery Efforts

    When it became apparent Hurricane Matthew was headed for the US mainland, Thompson Pump got the word out to its regional sales and service centers throughout the Southeast, including locations in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.

  10. Xylem Supports Local Communities And Businesses With Hurricane Matthew Company Mobilizes Hundreds Of Pumps And Equipment To Help Move Water

    Xylem Inc., a leading global water technology company focused on addressing the world's most challenging water issues, activated emergency preparedness and response initiatives in anticipation of Hurricane Matthew. Xylem’s local branches in North Charleston, SC and Jacksonville, FL worked around the clock to provide rapid response dewatering capabilities to keep local infrastructure and community facilities functional during and after Matthew.