Current Headlines

  1. Kardashians Among Celebrities Who Have Flouted Water Cuts
    9/4/2015

    Two of the top things California is known for these days have come together: celebrities and the water crisis. When you combine these specialties, you get a sketch of some of the state’s most famous water wasters.

  2. Water Crisis Prompts California To Investigate Pot Farms
    9/4/2015

    California has ramped up its efforts to prevent water wasting by farmers who grow marijuana, a plant that requires lots to drink.

  3. Fingerprinting Erosion
    9/3/2015

    You may have noticed that after a heavy rainstorm, creeks and rivers often turn the color of chocolate milk. That cloudy brown color is caused by sediments — weathered rock material ranging in size from tiny granules of mud to stones.

  4. WaterSignal Featured At Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge Expo.
    9/3/2015

    Sean Rayborn, vice president of WaterSignal, a leading provider of wireless technology providing real-time water usage data, was a featured industry expert on innovative new approaches to saving water at the Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge (BBC) 2015 Expo.

  5. Old School Ham Baker Are New Kids On The Block At WEFTEC
    9/3/2015

    One of the UK’s longest established and most reputable water and wastewater solutions providers is set to make its debut at WEFTEC.

  6. VIQUA’s LightWise Technology – A Smart Solution To A Common Problem
    9/3/2015

    VIQUA, the world’s leading manufacturer of residential ultraviolet (UV) water disinfection systems, recently officially introduced its new LightWise technology. LightWise technology is featured in the VIQUA PRO series – the PRO10, PRO20, and PRO30 – for light commercial applications.

  7. California Maintenance Trainee Victim Of ‘Drought Rage’
    9/3/2015

    Californians upset by people who waste water have taken to social media over the last year to shame them. As the Visalia Times-Delta put it, "Drought snitching is now a thing.”

  8. Utilities At Odds With Green Group Over Reservoir Project
    9/3/2015

    Controversy around a proposed reservoir project in California comes down to a fundamental disagreement on how water utilities should protect the future of the water supply amid climate change and population growth.

  9. Uranium Contamination Plagues Aquifers Serving Nearly 2 Million
    9/2/2015

    Uranium levels are around 180 times the safe limit in aquifers serving nearly 2 million people in the Midwest and California, according to new research.

  10. Texas Teen Invents New Filter For E-Waste
    9/2/2015

    E-waste is the target of a groundbreaking new water treatment technology recently debuted by a teenager from Texas.

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