Current Headlines

  1. Armed Bandits Demand 'Water Tax' From Drought-Plagued Indian Villagers
    7/21/2014

    Water has become the central focus of an armed hostage situation as bandits demand a "water tax" from villagers in a drought-plagued region of northern India.

  2. API Issues 'Good Neighbor' Standards For Oil And Natural Gas Developers
    7/21/2014

    API has published a first-of-its-kind industry standard for community engagement in areas of the country where horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing have opened new energy development opportunities.

  3. North Dakota's Safe Tap Water Record Is Tanking
    7/21/2014

    North Dakota has suffered severe blows to its safe drinking water record in recent years. 

  4. Newly Formed Wastewater Treatment Technology Provider CNP Acquires Worldwide Licenses For Innovative Struvite Removal Process AirPrex
    7/21/2014

    CNP-Technology Water and Biosolids Corporation (CNP), a newly formed wastewater treatment technologies provider, recently announced that it has acquired the exclusive worldwide patent licensing for AirPrex from P.C.S. GmbH, based in Hamburg, Germany.

  5. Aquifer System Beneath Albuquerque Shows Impact Of Groundwater Pumping
    7/21/2014

    Groundwater pumping has produced significant changes in water levels below some parts of the Albuquerque metropolitan area, according to two new reports published by the U.S. Geological Survey.

  6. Steel Toe Group Announces New Wastewater System Now Available In The United States
    7/21/2014

    Steel Toe Group is pleased to announce that negotiations have been completed with S.I.D.E. Industrie of France to assign Steel Toe as the first Authorized Distributor for the DIP System.

  7. Could Microtunneling Technologies Mean The End Of Combined Sewer Systems?
    7/18/2014

    U.S. cities are spending billions of dollars to update antiquated combined sewage systems that no longer serve their urban needs by drawing on underground tunnel-boring equipment.

  8. Watershed Rehabilitation Funding To Repair Dams In 26 States
    7/18/2014

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack recently announced that communities across the nation will benefit from a $262M investment to rehabilitate dams that provide critical infrastructure and protect public health and safety.

  9. Water Neutrality: A Myth?
    7/17/2014

    Some experts say that carbon neutrality is a more useful notion than water neutrality, which is nothing more than a vague and increasingly irrelevant idea, in their view. 

  10. EPA's Clean Water Act Proposal Questioned By Both Democrats, Republicans
    7/17/2014

    After the EPA released a contentious plan to extend its jurisdiction over U.S. waters, it is not just the right that's balking at the plan. 

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