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  1. County Beats Ohio Water Regulators In Court Fight
    4/21/2015

    County officials in Ohio brought state water regulators to court over wastewater treatment plant regulations and won last month.

  2. UAE Delegation Advances Water Security Debate At 7th World Water Forum
    4/21/2015

    The UAE concluded its participation in the 7th World Water Forum alongside 30,000 international government leaders, industry experts and policy makers.

  3. Strange Bedfellows: Farmers Need Oil Industry To Survive Drought
    4/21/2015

    California farmers, who compete with the oil-and-gas industry for water, are now in the unusual position of relying on energy companies to meet their water needs.

  4. University Of California Invests In New Water Meters
    4/20/2015

    Among the many ;creative drought solutions Californians are considering, the installation of water meters remains one of the most surefire strategies for conserving water.

  5. Bottled Water Industry Supports Earth Day 2015
    4/20/2015

    The bottled water industry celebrates Earth Day by showcasing its efforts and dedication to protecting the environment and natural resources.

  6. Android App Now Available For Sensorex SAM-1 Smart Aqua Meter
    4/20/2015

    Sensorex’s SAM-1 Smart Aqua Meter is now globally compatible with Android devices. Already popular with Apple iPhone and iPad users for laboratory and field monitoring, the SAM-1 measures and records pH, ORP, Conductivity and temperature values.

  7. Land Trust Alliance Pushes For Strategic Land Conservation On Deepwater Horizon Disaster’s Fifth Anniversary
    4/20/2015

    The Partnership for Gulf Coast Land Conservation, organized by the Land Trust Alliance, is marking the fifth anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon disaster with a renewed push for strategic land conservation that preserves the Gulf of Mexico region’s ecological, economic and cultural resources.

  8. Municipal Wastewater Could Lower Cost Of Biofuel Production
    4/17/2015

    Algae may be useful in supporting the production of biofuels, but the chemicals needed to fertilize the algae are expensive.

  9. Waterways Supplying Birth Control To Fish
    4/17/2015

    Fish are soaking up human birth control hormones, according to the latest research on how drugs transferred through waterways may affect wildlife.

  10. AMTA Announces Two Additional Director Emeritus Members
    4/17/2015

    The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) is proud to announce that John Potts, Senior Vice President at Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc. and Dr. Steve Duranceau, Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Central Florida have accepted invitations to become Director Emeritus members of the AMTA Board of Directors.

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