Current Headlines

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. Western Autotroph Announces Availability Of NitriCALC
    4/16/2015

    Western Autotroph announced immediate availability of NitriCALC, a new Microsoft Excel based application for evaluating the growth environment of four nitrifying bacteria in water and wastewater.

  4. New Flood Defence Calls For Hydraulic Actuated Penstock
    4/16/2015

    As the Environment Agency (EA) continues its work to improve flood defences around the country, in the Northern region, it has chosen to install a new spillway and hydraulically actuated penstock, which will make the flood defences at Market Weighton, in East Yorkshire, compliant with the 1975 Reservoirs Act. By Jamie Wesley, Commercial Manager - Water Control Division, ECS Engineering Services Ltd

  5. Atlanta-Based WaterSignal Offers Water Reduction Solution To California’s Universities And Commercial Properties After Governor Issues Water Conservation Mandate
    4/16/2015

    On the heels of California Governor Jerry Brown’s statewide water restriction policy and goal to reduce consumption by 25 percent, WaterSignal announces its service expansion to California to assist those properties included in the mandate – universities and commercial properties, among others to reduce their water consumption by 14 percent.

  6. Water Environment Research Article Investigates Effectiveness Of Man-Made Wetland Systems In Filtering Contaminants From Urban Runoff
    4/16/2015

    The open access article for the April 2015 issue of Water Environment Research (WER) investigates the effectiveness of a man-made wetland system, that consisted of linked basins, to determine its role in local flood control and contaminant filtration.

  7. California Farmers Cashing In On Water Rights
    4/16/2015

    There's a new player in the water marketplace: California farmers who are selling water to the state. 

  8. Malaysian Wastewater Treatment Specialist Ronser Bio-Tech Wins 2015 Frost & Sullivan Wastewater Treatment Entrepreneurial Company Of The Year
    4/15/2015

    Frost & Sullivan has named Malaysia-based Ronser Bio-Tech Bhd the 2015 Wastewater Treatment Entrepreneurial Company of the Year, recognising its exemplary multi-disciplinary environmental services in wastewater treatment.

  9. EPA Seeks Public Comments On Draft EJ 2020 Action Agenda Framework
    4/15/2015

    Recently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is asking for public comment on the draft EJ 2020 Action Agenda (EJ 2020) framework, the EPA's next overarching strategic plan for environmental justice.

  10. Water And Environmental Groups Applaud Udall, Edwards For Reintroduction Of Innovative Stormwater Infrastructure Legislation
    4/15/2015

    On Tuesday, April 14, Senator Tom Udall (D-NM) and Representative Donna Edwards (D-MD) re-introduced legislation to provide critical support to innovative stormwater strategies, improving our ability to effectively manage polluted runoff and sewage overflows while relieving pressure on aging infrastructure.

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