Current Headlines

  1. Water Shortages Strike Another State
    8/27/2014

    Water shortages are coming to Indiana unless the state implements policy changes, according to a recent prediction by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Foundation. 

  2. Sludge: Risk Or Resource?
    8/27/2014

    Sludge has become a hot button issue in Virginia, where residents and business owners are protesting its use because they say it carries an odor and potential health risks.

  3. Aging Water Infrastructure: The Problem No One Is Paying Attention To
    8/27/2014

    It's no secret that water infrastructure in the U.S. is crumbling. 

  4. Recycle/Reuse Test Program For The Hydroponic Greenhouse Industry Positive Stage Two Preliminary Results
    8/27/2014

    Dr. Gene Shelp, President and CEO of ENPAR Technologies Inc. (“ENPAR” or “the Company”), is pleased to announce that operation of the ESD CapDi unit was initiated last week at an Ontario hydroponic greenhouse operation.

  5. Cambrian Innovation Selected As 2015 Technology Pioneer By World Economic Forum
    8/27/2014

    Cambrian Innovation, a water and bioenergy technology provider recently announced that it has been named a 2015 Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum.

  6. Bacteria: The Key To Desalination?
    8/26/2014

    The federal government is funding research to investigate how bacteria could be used to improve desalination processes.

  7. WEF Announces Winners Of 2014 Stormwater Video Competition
    8/26/2014

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) announces the winners of its 2014 StormTV Project competition. The project recognizes, highlights, and promotes the invaluable work of stormwater professionals worldwide through videos that are submitted from nonprofit organizations, government entities, consulting firms and equipment manufacturers.

  8. NSF International Develops First American National Standard To Evaluate Ability Of Water Treatment Devices To Remove Emerging Contaminants From Drinking Water
    8/26/2014

    Global public health and safety organization NSF International has developed the first American National Standard that validates the effectiveness of water treatment devices that are designed to reduce trace levels of emerging contaminants in drinking water.

  9. ExxonMobil Pipeline Company To Pay Civil Penalty Under Proposed Settlement For Torbert, Louisiana Oil Spill/ Settlement Resolves Clean Water Act Violation Stemming From 2012 Spill
    8/26/2014

    ExxonMobil Pipeline Company (ExxonMobil) has agreed to pay a civil penalty for an alleged violation of the Clean Water Act stemming from a 2012 crude oil spill from ExxonMobil’s “North Line” pipeline near Torbert, Louisiana, the Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced recently.

  10. Aquarion Group Establishes Subsidiary In Kazan, Republic Of Tatarstan, Russia
    8/26/2014

    Aquarion Group (Aquarion AG), a leading provider of advanced water systems, solutions and technologies for the oil & gas industry, the energy sector and other process industries, announces the establishment of Aquarion Russia in Kazan, the Republic of Tatarstan.