Current Headlines

  1. Broken Main Discharged 1 Million Gallons Of Raw Sewage In Florida
    5/24/2016

    More than 1 million gallons of raw sewage went into a canal that leads to Central Florida’s Banana River, after an old sewer pipe broke last week near the border of Satellite Beach and Indian Harbour Beach.

  2. MWRD Soil Enriches South Side Community Garden Projects
    5/24/2016

    The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) has formed a new partnership with an urban gardening organization that will foster sustainable farming practices that will soon lead to a bountiful harvest. 

  3. Flint Water Bills To Double Over Next Five Years
    5/24/2016

    State regulators say that water bills in Flint, MI, are on track to double in the next five years.

  4. Sewage Floods Threaten London Amid Surging Population
    5/24/2016

    London is growing, and so are its sewage and water problems.

  5. Guy Carpenter Joins aquaTECTURE As Senior VP, Strategic Operations
    5/23/2016

    The Board of Directors of aquaTECTURE is pleased to announce that Guy W. Carpenter has been named Senior Vice President of Strategic Operations, effective June 1, 2016. Carpenter will lead the strategic growth of all of aquaTECTURE’s business units, as well as business operations and execution of strategic initiatives.

  6. WesTech Partners With Cleanergy To Bring GasBox To United States
    5/23/2016

    WesTech is partnering with Cleanergy to bring the Cleanergy GasBox Biogas Generator to the United States. This product is available for purchase through WesTech immediately.

  7. Xylem To Launch Revolutionary New Wastewater Technology At IFAT And Feature Several Innovative, Sustainable Wastewater Management Technologies
    5/23/2016

    Xylem, a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the most challenging water issues, has announced that it will launch a revolutionary new wastewater pumping technology at the IFAT trade show in Munich next week (30th May-3rd June).

  8. EPA Releases Drinking Water Guidelines For PFOA, PFOS
    5/23/2016

    The U.S. EPA released updated drinking water guidelines for PFOA and PFOS as the contaminants began to emerge regularly in regional water supplies.

  9. California Shelves Water Restrictions In Positive Shift For Utilities
    5/23/2016

    In a major policy shift, California is ending its sweeping, historical water restrictions amid signs the drought is easing in what analysts are calling a positive development for water utilities.

  10. Return To Sender? Mail Stashed In Sewer System
    5/23/2016

    The sewer system is not where the mail goes. But letters, bills, and checks wound up there this month when a postal worker in Washington, D.C., decided to throw a load of mail into the underbelly of the city’s infrastructure.