Current Headlines

  1. Evoqua Water Technologies Names Ronald C. Keating Chief Executive Officer
    11/20/2014

    Evoqua Water Technologies LLC today announced that Ronald C. Keating has been named Chief Executive Officer, and will be appointed a member of the Board of Directors effective December 1.  He joins the company from Contech Engineered Solutions LLC, where he has been President and CEO.  At Evoqua, Mr. Keating succeeds Gary Cappeline, Interim CEO and AEA Investors LP Operating Partner. 

  2. Arsenic In Water Linked To Lower Breast Cancer Rates
    11/20/2014

    New research suggests arsenic in drinking water might curb the threat of breast cancer.

  3. New Iowa Runoff Regulations “Good Compromise” For EPA, Farmers
    11/20/2014

    A new Iowa rule intended to reduce farm runoff and keep waterways clean is now in effect.

  4. Water Utilities Join Federal Conservation Effort In West
    11/20/2014

    A coalition of water interests has pledged up to $11 million to improve the health of the Colorado River system in a water conservation effort spearheaded by the feds and supported by various water utilities.

  5. Blumenauer, Poe Call For Swift Passage Of Water For The World Act, Improved Global Sanitation
    11/19/2014

    Today, Congressmen Earl Blumenauer (OR-03) and Ted Poe (TX-02) held a press conference to promote the Senator Paul Simon Water for the World Act, HR 2901, and to celebrate World Toilet Day.

  6. Red Tape May Be Strangling Minnesota Nitrate Policies
    11/19/2014

    As Minnesota struggles against high nitrate levels, its policies in this arena may not be helping.

  7. Is Discharged Wastewater Tainting The Groundwater With Drugs?
    11/19/2014

    A new study from the U.S. Geological Survey, a federal agency, investigated the threat of drugs released into the environment through wastewater.

  8. Biggest Public Water Company In U.K. Plans Significant Rate Cut
    11/19/2014

    The biggest publicly traded water utility in the U.K. recently revealed plans to offer customers a significant rate cut.

  9. Australia Pioneers Dutch Wastewater Treatment Solution
    11/19/2014

    Australia is poised to receive its first Nereda wastewater treatment installation. Aquatec Maxcon - the Australian Nereda technology partner of international engineering and consultancy firm Royal HaskoningDHV - has been awarded a design and construct contract by Queensland's South Burnett Regional Council. The contract will see the upgrade of the Kingaroy wastewater treatment plant by September 2016.

  10. China Vs. Water Pollution: Who's Winning?
    11/19/2014

    China is making headway in the fight against water pollution, according to the government's own analysis.

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