Current Headlines

  1. New Microbe Research Could Improve Produced Water Reuse Practice
    5/27/2015

    New research on how bacteria behave in produced water could affect the way fluid from shale gas operations is handled and reused.

  2. Economists See Water Crises As Greater Risk Than Weapons, War, Disease
    5/26/2015

    Economic experts say water crises would have the most harmful impact on global stability compared to any other type of threat, including wars, infectious diseases, and weapons of mass destruction.

  3. Water And Wastewater Utilities At High Risk Of Cyberattack
    5/26/2015

    Federal cybersecurity overseers at the Homeland Security Department say they received 159 reports last year involving "vulnerabilities in control systems components. 

  4. San Angelo Flirts With Potable Reuse
    5/26/2015

    San Angelo, TX, a city with hefty water challenges, may latch onto potable reuse as a solution to its drought troubles.

  5. Primary Flow Signal, Inc. To Show At ACE15 Conference & Exposition
    5/26/2015

    Primary Flow Signal (PFS), the leading designer and manufacturer of innovative, durable, and accurate flow-metering solutions for water/wastewater, industrial, and oil & gas applications, announces its participation in the American Water Works Association’s Annual Conference & Exhibition (ACE15), Booth #2410, at the Anaheim Convention Center from June 8-10 in Anaheim, CA.

  6. Biwater Completes Water Treatment And Supply Projects Across Ghana
    5/26/2015

    Overcoming space limitations to build a new potable water treatment plant, and challenging terrain to lay extensive pipework, Biwater have successfully delivered two projects spanning a number of distinct population centres across Ghana.

  7. California Mandates Present Financial Challenges To Water Utilities
    5/22/2015

    Water conservation mandates in California are likely to have a negative impact on water utilities.

  8. Fish With Tumor Concerns Water Regulators
    5/22/2015

    Pennsylvania regulators confirmed this month that a fish caught last year in the Susquehanna River had cancer, making it the first smallmouth bass on record to have this illness.

  9. Inadequate Water Supply Killed Ohio Firefighters
    5/22/2015

    An insufficient water supply contributed to the deaths of two Ohio firefighters, according to the federal government.

  10. Analytical Systems Integration
    5/22/2015

    Measurement made easy from start to finish — purchasing, project management, engineering, fabrication, installation, commissioning and service.

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