Current Headlines

  1. Who Should Pay For Surprises During Water Meter Installations?
    12/26/2014

    Who should foot the bill when infrastructure challenges arise on private residences during water meter installations?

  2. Freedom Industries Execs Indicted Over Elk River Spills
    12/26/2014

    Freedom Industries, the company behind the chemical spill that contaminated drinking water for 300,000 West Virginians this year, found itself in the spotlight again this month—and once again, it's not from a flattering angle.

  3. New Plant Tackles Hospital Wastewater
    12/26/2014

    A new wastewater plant in Denmark may help solve the challenges posed by hospital wastewater, which can present a public health threat when released into public sewage systems.

  4. Recycled Water May Be Killing The Redwoods
    12/23/2014

    Recycled water is seen as an important means of overcoming water scarcity, but it also might present a danger to trees.

  5. EPA Releases Long-Awaited Coal Ash Rules
    12/23/2014

    Spurred on by numerous spills that have posed a threat to water quality, the EPA released standards for power plants disposing of coal ash on December 19.

  6. Texas Might Save Water Under Controversial EPA Power Plan
    12/23/2014

    Regulations proposed by the EPA to cut carbon emissions from power plants might also conserve large amounts of water in Texas.

  7. During Holidays, Grease A Headache For Water Utilities
    12/23/2014

    Grease is the word—and it is also one of the problems faced by water utilities.

  8. Aquarion Group (Aquarion AG) Launches S-Tec GmbH, Offering Modular Services For Plant Design And Construction
    12/22/2014

    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, follows its acquisition of S-Tec from SH+E Group with a re-launch of the company as an independent entity with a new and totally flexible capability for the design and manufacturing of water treatment plants and services.

  9. OriginOil Launches Hong Kong Subsidiary To Initiate Its China Commercial Venture
    12/22/2014

    OriginOil Inc., developer of Electro Water Separation (EWS), the high-speed, chemical-free process to clean up large quantities of water, announced recently that it will launch a subsidiary in Hong Kong and grant it a master license for the People’s Republic of China.

  10. XTO Energy, Inc. To Restore Areas Damaged By Natural Gas Extraction Activities
    12/22/2014

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced recently that XTO Energy, Inc. (XTO), a subsidiary of ExxonMobil and the nation’s largest holder of natural gas reserves, will spend an estimated $3M to restore eight sites damaged by unauthorized discharges of fill material into streams and wetlands in connection with hydraulic fracturing operations. 

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