Current Headlines

  1. Evoqua To Double Manufacturing Capacity And R&D Footprint In Massachusetts
    3/5/2015

    Evoqua Water Technologies today announced it will double the capacity to produce its leading range of water treatment products at one of its key production facilities in the United States to meet the growing global demand for its products and services. 

  2. Water War Carries High Price Tag
    3/5/2015

    The costs are mounting as Georgia and Florida continue their legal battle over water rights.

  3. New Approach To Toxic Algae Detection Mimics The Zebra Mussel
    3/5/2015

    In the fight to protect drinking water from the effects of blue-green algae, one water utility in Ohio is attempting to learn from the zebra mussel.

  4. Suspend Water-Protection Rules So Mining Can Thrive, Lawmaker Says
    3/4/2015

    Water regulations need to be peeled back in order to safeguard the mining industry in Minnesota, according to a state lawmaker.

  5. Pig Farms In NC Harming Waterways
    3/4/2015

    Ineffective waste management at pig farms in North Carolina may be polluting local waterways.

  6. OriginOil Launches CLEAN-FRAC PRIME For Standalone Frack Water Treatment
    3/3/2015

    OriginOil Inc., developer of Electro Water Separation (EWS), the high-speed, primarily chemical-free process to clean up large quantities of water, announced recently the launch of CLEAN-FRAC PRIME, a standalone product designed to provide core water treatment for frac flowback and produced water applications in the oil and gas industry.

  7. Flood At Historic Detroit Building Goes Unnoticed, Reports Say
    3/3/2015

    A water main broke in February and flooded four floors the David Stott Building, one of Detroit's most important landmarks.

  8. H2O Innovation's Fast Response To Drought Stricken California Community
    3/3/2015

    H2O Innovation Inc., leader in membrane filtration, is proud to have successfully delivered a containerized advanced water treatment system to the Cambria Community Service District, California ("Cambria") to help this community overcome the impact of a 10 year drought affecting the Golden State.

  9. EPA Keeping Tabs On 'Phantom Flush'
    3/3/2015

    Haunted by the "phantom flush," some public buildings may struggle with their water conservation goals because of toilets that automatically flush, government data suggests.

  10. Severn Trent Services Donates Chlorination Systems To Caribbean Island Nation Devastated By Hurricane Gonzalo
    3/3/2015

    Severn Trent Services, a leading global supplier of water and wastewater treatment solutions, has donated three Capital Controls® Series 480 all-vacuum gas feeders and ejectors to the Antigua Public Utilities Authority (APUA).

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