Current Headlines

  1. Two Florida Bills Could Give Ratepayers More Influence Over Water Utilities
    4/17/2014

    Two separate measures under consideration in the Florida state legislature give ratepayers more of a voice against their water companies, and now it looks possible the bills may merge. 

  2. Government Agency Takes On Non-Revenue Water
    4/17/2014

    Trenton Water Works is struggling with the problem of non-revenue water. 

  3. Officials Tired Of 'Monopolistic' Control Of Detroit Utility
    4/17/2014

    Officials in a county near Detroit are tired of relying on the bankrupt city's major water provider. 

  4. Energy Project To Save Water Utility $500,000?
    4/17/2014

    A water district in California is the guinea pig in a project that could save $500,000 in energy costs. 

  5. Global Pump Leader Launches Customer Newsletter
    4/16/2014

    Grundfos is now delivering a new and improved newsletter, Grundfos NEWS, to thousands of subscribers.

  6. American Biogas Council Recognizes Michigan State University With A Biogas Project Of The Year Award
    4/16/2014

    Anaergia Inc., is pleased to announce that Michigan State University has been presented a Project of the Year Award from the American Biogas Council for the Michigan State University South Campus Anaerobic Digester.

  7. Nigeria’s President Reveals Official Commissioning Plaque And Tours Lower Usuma Dam Water Treatment Plant
    4/16/2014

    President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, officially commissioned the 480 million litres per day (MLD) ‘Phases 3 & 4’ Lower Usuma Dam Water Treatment Plant this month, together with a number of high ranking Nigerian officials.

  8. Oil Disaster Creates Problems For Water Utility
    4/15/2014

    An oil spill in Kentucky threatened to contaminate the Ohio River and caused headaches for water officials this month. 

  9. Study Links Arsenic To Lower Intelligence In Kids
    4/15/2014

    A groundbreaking study in Maine has linked drinking water contaminated with arsenic to developmental challenges in children. 

  10. Congress To Reduce EPA's Power Under Clean Water Act?
    4/15/2014

    The Senate is considering legislation to rein in the EPA's power to withhold Clean Water Act permits.