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  1. Tank And Storage Law Watered Down In West Virginia
    3/31/2015

    Just over a year after a chemical spill endangered the drinking water supply of 300,000 people in West Virginia, state lawmakers are scaling back regulations designed to protect the water supply from leaky storage tanks.

  2. Recycled Water Industry Suffers As Oil Prices Drop
    3/31/2015

    Dropping oil prices are a setback for recycled water companies that serve oil and gas industry sites and could slow technological advancement in this sector.

  3. Endress+Hauser Introduces Turbimax CUS52D Turbidity Sensor
    3/31/2015

    Endress+Hauser introduces the Turbimax CUS52D turbidity sensor for process water filtration and other industrial process turbidity conditions. The Turbimax CUS52D performs laboratory-quality turbidity measurements without the need for extensive bypass installations, avoiding costly product or water losses.

  4. Powdersville Water District Receives Prestigious National Award
    3/30/2015

    Powdersville Water is the first utility in South Carolina to achieve the Directors Award in the Partnership for Safe Water’s Distribution System Optimization Program and one of only eleven nationwide.

  5. Badger Meter To Be Platinum Sponsor Of AWWA ACE15; Complimentary Webinar Announced
    3/27/2015

    Badger Meter, a leading global innovator and manufacturer of flow measurement and control solutions, today announced it will be the Platinum Sponsor of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE15), which will be held in Anaheim Calif., June 7-10.

  6. Microbeads Fight Goes To Washington
    3/27/2015

    Congress is jumping into the fight to ban plastics in toothpaste and face scrubs, already the subject of state-level laws because they are harmful to the water supply.

  7. Israel To Double Water Output To Gaza Strip
    3/27/2015

    In the dicey world of water politics, unusual allegiances sometimes crop up. Just this month, Israeli leaders indicated that they have plans to increase the amount of water they send to the Gaza Strip.

  8. Microbe Battery Powers Desalination Process For Produced Water
    3/26/2015

    A new wastewater treatment process created by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder may provide a cheaper way to desalinate produced water from oil and gas sites.

  9. CIA Concerned That Hostile Nations May Cause Drought
    3/26/2015

    American intelligence experts raised concerns that severe droughts in the U.S. might be a form of warfare from other nations.

  10. Hach Company Invites Northern Colorado To Walk For Water
    3/26/2015

    Hach Company, a Loveland-based company that designs and manufactures water quality analysis equipment sold across the globe, is hosting the 2nd Annual Hach Walk for Water on May 2nd from 9am to 12pm at Loveland High School to benefit Water Missions International.

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