Current Headlines

  1. Can You Live On 4 Liters Per Day?
    11/25/2014

    A nonprofit is challenging people to try to live on four liters of water for a day to encourage conservation and highlight the distress of those who live in places where clean water is not readily available.

  2. Biomimetic Filters Recover Clean Water From Sludge
    11/25/2014

    San Jose-based zNano is getting attention for what could be a breakthrough technology designed to recover clean water from sludge.

  3. Photovoltaic-Powered Electrodialysis: A Water Solution For Rural Villages
    11/25/2014

    A new study by MIT researchers shows that electrodialysis desalination technology, powered by solar panels, can meet the water treatment needs of a typical village.

  4. Water Scarcity: Don't Blame Oil And Gas Companies
    11/25/2014

    The recently elected Railroad Commissioner in Texas lays out his view that oil and gas companies cannot be held responsible for Texas' enormous water challenges.

  5. Environmental Group Names 'Dirty Dozen' List Of Water Offenses
    11/24/2014

    The Georgia Water Coalition, an environmental group, recently released a "dirty dozen" list, enumerating the 12 biggest offenses to Georgia's water quality.

  6. Aclara Moves Into Smart Infrastructure Solutions Space With Launch Of iiDEAS® Operational Data Management System
    11/24/2014

    Aclara Technologies LLC, a leader in advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) solutions for electric, water and gas utilities, announces the launch of its new iiDEAS® Operational Data Management System.

  7. International Water Summit (IWS 2014) To Address Resource Sustainability And Water Security In Arid Regions
    11/24/2014

    Middle East and North African governments are expected to spend an estimated US$300 billion on water and desalination projects by 2022, underscoring the importance of January 2015's International Water Summit when more than 70 global experts will address key water sustainability and security challenges in the region.

  8. Drought: Weather Or Economic Problem?
    11/24/2014

    Are the challenging effects of the drought in the West a weather problem or an economic problem?

  9. New Report Provides Sustainable Solutions For Nation’s Aging Infrastructure
    11/24/2014

    The Center for Sustainable Infrastructure at The Evergreen State Collegerecently released a new report, Infrastructure Crisis, Sustainable Solutions: Rethinking Our Infrastructure Investment Strategies, to help industry leaders, academics, and the public rethink how communities are planned and the types of investment needed to manage, operate, and rehabilitate America’s infrastructure systems.

  10. WWEMA/Janney ‘Leading Demand Index’ Indicates Short-Term Spike In Water And Wastewater Projects
    11/24/2014

    The Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA) has partnered with Janney Montgomery Scott to offer manufacturers and their representatives the Water and Wastewater Equipment Market Analysis Report.

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