Current Headlines

  1. West’s Biggest Power Plant Provides Water As It Contributes To Drought
    7/1/2015

    A single power plant is responsible for a giant chunk of Arizona’s pollution, and critics say it can be pinpointed as a key culprit behind the drought in the West—where, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor, 75 percent of the region is experiencing abnormally dry weather.

  2. Water Districts Forced To Merge
    7/1/2015

    The California legislature approved budget language on June 19 enabling the state to force mergers between water providers.

  3. Tide Professional Coldwater Laundry System Delivers Hotels Much Needed Water Savings In Drought-Stricken States
    6/30/2015

    With several states in the western United States facing severe drought, hotel operators across the U.S. are searching for ways to conserve water, comply with new regulations, avoid expensive fines and protect this valuable resource, while still delivering the best possible experience to their guests.

  4. Bion's Technology Addresses Both Global Nutrient Problem And Industry Need
    6/30/2015

    Nutrient pollution of vital watersheds has become an increasingly severe problem around the world; especially here in the United States.

  5. ISA Introduces New, Enhanced Suite Of Integrated Industrial Cybersecurity Courses And Certificate Programs Addressing The IACS Lifecycle
    6/30/2015

    Building on its global leadership in industrial cybersecurity and its commitment to help prepare a new generation of workers capable of preventing potentially catastrophic cyberattacks, the International Society of Automation (ISA) recently introduces its expanded suite of industrial automation and control system (IACS) cybersecurity training, including three new technical training courses with associated certificate programs.

  6. New Study Identifies Organic Compounds Of Potential Concern In Fracking Fluids
    6/30/2015

    A new University of Colorado Boulder framework used to screen hundreds of organic chemical compounds used in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, shows that 15 may be of concern as groundwater contaminants based on their toxicity, mobility, persistence and frequency of use.

  7. GE Opens The First Mobile Water Service Center In Alberta, Combining Big Data With Innovative Water Treatment Technology
    6/30/2015

    Recently, GE announced the opening of a new mobile water service center in Edmonton, the first of its kind anywhere in Alberta, designed to rapidly decrease response time and cost for customers located in Western Canada and the northern United States.

  8. Water Utilities Don’t See Climate Change As Priority
    6/30/2015

    Facing short-term challenges including an infrastructure crisis and revenue pressures, water utilities are not prioritizing climate change as a major concern.

  9. Avon Park Selects Innovyze Advanced GIS-Centric Smart Water Network Modeling Technology
    6/30/2015

    Innovyze, a leading global innovator of business analytics software and technologies for smart wet infrastructure, recently announced that the City of Avon Park, Florida, has chosen the company’s industry-leading InfoWater to support its large-scale, enterprise-wide geospatial water distribution network modeling and management needs.

  10. Lake Country Communities To Receive Funding To Update Agricultural Water Meters
    6/30/2015

    Residents of Winfield, Carr's Landing and Okanagan Centre will benefit from updated water meters thanks to joint funding from the governments of Canada and British Columbia through the Small Communities Fund.

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