Current Headlines

  1. Expanding Grant Program To Support Sewer Pipe Repairs

    A grant program in New York State aims to help communities address the issue of cracked underground sewer pipes.

  2. Contaminated Water Military Bases: Are Sufferers Getting Answers?

    The U.S. Navy is failing to satisfy former staffers who want answers about health conditions potentially caused by water contamination on bases.

  3. Scientists Develop Paper Filtration System

    A simple sheet of paper, called a Mille-Feuille Filter, has been developed to filter viruses out of drinking water. Scientists at Uppsala University have been able to create this special type of paper that offers a cheaper way to make drinking water safe in developing countries.

  4. Fort McMurray Utility Prepares To Battle Wildfire Contaminants

    Earlier this month, a terrible wildfire ignited in Canada’s Alberta forest at Fort McMurray.

  5. Xylem Launches World’s First Wastewater Pumping System With Integrated Intelligence

    Xylem, a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world's most complex water issues, has developed another breakthrough technology, launching the world's first wastewater pumping system with integrated intelligence at the IFAT 2016 trade show (30 May-3 June) today.

  6. St. Paul Replacing Every Lead Pipe With Copper

    St. Paul, MN, is trying to replace all its lead pipes with copper in a project that will not be finished for another two decades.

  7. Major U.S. Utility Takes First Steps To Fight Zika

    A major Texas utility has laid out plans to fight Zika and West Nile Virus by targeting mosquitoes.

  8. Demand From Wastewater, Manufacturing, And Oil And Gas To Boost The Global Engineering Tools Market Through 2020, Says Technavio

    Technavio research analysts are forecasting positive growth for many segments of the global engineering tools market over the next four years as several related markets, including pumps, industrial vacuum pumps, and compressors, will likely witness an increase in revenues.

  9. High Five For Award-Nominated Landia GasMix

    Pump and mixer manufacturer Landia has been shortlisted for no fewer than five top industry awards by ADBA, the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association.

  10. Custom Packaged Plant Cuts Costs For Delivery Hub

    A storage yard and delivery depot in Hampshire was fitted with a specially designed packaged treatment plant when the existing system could not cope with extra demand. Lenham Storage Yard in Andover, which operates as a hub for deliveries for high street stores, needed additional wastewater treatment when the business expanded.