Current Headlines

  1. Feds Give Oklahoma Nearly 40 Million For Water Updates
    9/16/2014

    Oklahoma is taking home a handful of federal dollars to fix its aging water infrastructure. 

  2. Many Rural Californians Are Already Out Of Water
    9/16/2014

    In rural California, water shortages are not a what-if. They are already a fact of life for many families.  

  3. Illinois Man Fights $5K+ Water Bill
    9/16/2014

    A man from Homewood, IL, is taking his water department to court over an enormous bill, alleging that the local government carried out deceptive practices and refused to issue an accurate reading.

  4. Brazil Government Orders Water Rationing
    9/16/2014

    The water scarcity crisis in Brazil is so bad that officials are rationing the supply. 

  5. Tampa Vs. Aging Infrastructure
    9/15/2014

    Water main breaks and leaky pipes are bringing Tampa's water infrastructure into the public eye, reflecting a pattern in cities across the U.S.

  6. Mexico Suffers Giant Toxic Wastewater Spill At Copper Mine
    9/15/2014

    Mexico is pursuing legal action against a copper mining company that was allegedly responsible for a massive toxic wastewater spill in August that left thousands of people without clean water. 

  7. After Toledo, Other States Examine Algae
    9/15/2014

    New Minnesota phosphorus regulations, implemented this summer, are being hailed as timely in the aftermath of the Toledo algae crisis.

  8. California Drought Crisis: Billions Of Gallons Of Water Are Lost To Leaks Each Year
    9/15/2014

    Amid extensive efforts to crack down on household water use in California, some experts say the best solution is simply plugging leaks. 

  9. Detroit Reaches Water, Sewer Deal
    9/15/2014

    Following months of contention, bankrupt Detroit finally reached a deal to shore up its water and sewer finances, potentially saving the city money and funding improvements to its water system. 

  10. KMS Provides PURON MBR Ultrafiltration Modules For Power Plant In Inner Mongolia
    9/15/2014

    Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. (KMS), world-class developer and manufacturer of innovative membranes and membrane filtration systems, announced recently that it supplied PURON membrane bioreactor (MBR) ultrafiltration modules to a power plant located in Inner Mongolia, China.