Current Headlines

  1. China Cracks Down On Water Polluters
    4/24/2015

    Notorious for its terrible water quality, China is cracking down on polluters after years of promises that environmental oversight will improve.

  2. 'Only Weeds Grow Here,' San Fran Ugliest Lawn Contestant Brags
    4/24/2015

    San Francisco officials are encouraging locals to show off the unsightly condition of their yards as a new kind of bragging right during the state's historic drought.

  3. Ambassador Clive Alderton Tours Biwater’s Wastewater Works In Morocco
    4/23/2015

    Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Kingdom of Morocco, HE Mr. Clive Alderton, recently toured Biwater’s turn-key wastewater project in Aourir while under construction.

  4. The Water Environment Research Foundation And The Water Environment Federation Launch New LIFT Projects To Further Innovation In The Water Quality Sector
    4/23/2015

    The Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) are launching three new projects under the Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) program.

  5. 'Star Wars' Tech Not So Useful On Earth
    4/23/2015

    Water-scarcity tech similar to the kind used on the desert planet Tatooine from the Star Wars saga, is being used here on Earth. The process of so-called "moisture farming" relies on new technological innovations to extract water from the air.

  6. Kruger Introduces AnoxKaldnes Hybas™ For SBR - An innovative IFAS Application
    4/23/2015

    Kruger Inc., a Veolia business unit specialized in water treatment solutions for municipalities, announces the introduction of AnoxKaldnes Hybas for SBR.

  7. New Insight On Ground Shaking From Man-Made Earthquakes
    4/23/2015

    Significant strides in science have been made to better understand potential ground shaking from induced earthquakes, which are earthquakes triggered by man-made practices.

  8. Court Sides With Water Rights Holders Over Texas Regulators
    4/23/2015

    Texas cannot favor cities and power generators over ranchers and farmers who hold senior water rights even if environmental regulators say it would be in the public interest during the state's crippling drought.

  9. Earth Day 2015: Sensus Smart Water Networks Can Help Fight California Drought
    4/22/2015

    As California battles one of the most severe droughts on record this Earth Day, Sensus encourages public service providers to invest in proven technologies that will increase the state's water efficiency and ultimately save water. Now in its fourth year and with no end in sight, the drought has prompted statewide water restrictions.

  10. Lystek Celebrates 'Waste' Diversion And Resource Recovery With Its Customers On Earth Day 2015
    4/22/2015

    Lystek Inc. plays a leading role in the successful diversion of organic materials from landfills by providing proven solutions that help municipalities and other generators harness “waste” as an economic resource.

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