Current Headlines

  1. Radium Reduction Means Rate Hike In Small Town
    7/28/2014

    After two decades without major rate adjustments, covering the cost of radium reduction equipment has sent water bills through the roof in Cutler, a small Illinois town. 

  2. Does The Energy Industry Get More Than Its Fair Share Of Water?
    7/28/2014

    Amid a global water scarcity crisis, does the energy industry have a leg up when it comes to water access? Many environmentalists and clean water advocates say yes. 

  3. Detroit Suspends Water Shutoff Policy To Save Reputation
    7/28/2014

    The backlash against Detroit's policy of cutting off water service for delinquent customers has prompted the city to suspend the shutoffs.

  4. Which State Has The Most Drinking Water Quality Violations?
    7/28/2014

    One state is struggling with regulatory compliance at drinking water plants, and by some standards, it is having more trouble than any other state in the nation.

  5. Utility Offers Free Treated Wastewater To Residential Customers
    7/28/2014

    A sewer district in California is giving away free treated water. 

  6. California Slaps $500 Fine On Water Wasters
    7/25/2014

    California is getting serious about punishing water wasters.

  7. Flowmeters For UltraPure Applications – No Metal In Fluid Path
    7/25/2014

    The carefully engineered design, and top quality materials of construction of Blue-White’s Metal-Free Flowmeters, makes them well suited to applications where no metals can enter the fluid path, such as UltraPure, DI Water and highly corrosive applications.

  8. More Evidence That Fracking May Cause Earthquakes
    7/24/2014

    New research adds support to the alleged link between fracking and earthquakes. 

  9. New Tech May Make Desalination Cheaper, Greener
    7/24/2014

    A new kind of desalination technology could make the process cheaper and greener. 

  10. Will Lawns Of The Future Be Drought-Resistant?
    7/24/2014

    One more tool in the water scarcity survival arsenal: free drought-resistant lawns. 

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