Current Headlines

  1. Fluoridation Debate Invades Colorado
    8/31/2015

    The largest water utility in Colorado is taking up the debate over whether to fluoridate tap water, one of the longest-running controversies in the water industry.

  2. Global Warming Policies May Increase Water Deficits
    8/31/2015

    Is it possible that emissions-curbing policies endanger the water supply even more than climate change itself?

  3. Coca-Cola To Reach Water Sustainability Goal Five Years Early
    8/28/2015

    Coca-Cola says it is way ahead of schedule in meeting its top water sustainability goal.

  4. EPA Wastewater Spill Creates Challenges For Navajo Nation
    8/28/2015

    The EPA’s accidental mining wastewater spill has thrust the federal government into a tense relationship with the Navajo Nation.

  5. Feds Settle Arch Coal Inc. Water Violations With $2M Deal
    8/27/2015

    Federal water regulators have reached a $2 million deal with a major coal mining company over pollution charges.

  6. New Water Chlorinator Could Save 1.5 Million Children
    8/27/2015

    What if the technology to provide developing countries with clean water was smaller than a bedside nightstand?

  7. Swan Analytical Introduces SwanDesk
    8/26/2015

    For the first time at Weftec 2015, Swan introduces SwanDesk.  SwanDesk is a remote access portal for analyzer data collection, status review and control.  It is ideal for locations that cannot be manned 24/7, or for any plant with redundancy requirements for water quality data acquisition of multiple variables and alarm indications.

  8. Legionnaires’ Disease Claims 12 Lives In New York
    8/26/2015

    New York City coped with its largest ever outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease this summer, contending with a severe and often fatal form of pneumonia that can spread through the water system.

  9. Frac Water Management Industry Still Worth $1.9 Billion
    8/26/2015

    As global oil prices have dropped, fracking activity has declined. But treating fracking wastewater remains a major opportunity for the water industry, according to a recent report by Lux Research.

  10. World Should Heed Lessons From Hurricane Katrina, UW Economist Says
    8/26/2015

    A decade after Hurricane Katrina hammered America’s Gulf Coast, measures are being taken there to protect against similar devastation from natural disasters -- as well as against long-term, gradual impacts resulting from climate change.

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