Current Headlines

  1. Utility To Receive $1 Million For Upgrades After Violating Ammonia Emission Permit
    2/12/2016

    An Alaska utility may receive a $1 million government grant — despite a recent environmental violation.

  2. Utility Mergers Boost Expansion Efforts, Decrease Financial Burden
    2/12/2016

    As demand grows larger and infrastructure grows older, utilities are often forced to expand, upgrade, and renovate to keep operations running smoothly.

  3. Flint Officials Could Face Manslaughter Charges
    2/12/2016

    A top state investigator says Flint officials could face manslaughter charges in the aftermath of the lead contamination scandal that has rocked the Michigan city.

  4. Phosphorus Mandate Could Cost Millions
    2/12/2016

    Wastewater plants in Ohio are fighting back against new rules around phosphorus discharge imposed by the state. 

  5. AquiSense Selected To Participate In International Space Station Project
    2/11/2016

    AquiSense Technologies (Europe) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of AquiSense Technologies LLC, has been selected to participate in the Biocontamination Integrated Control for Wet Systems for Space Exploration (BIOWYSE) project.

  6. Carollo Engineers To Standardize On EADOC Capital Project Management Offering To Reduce Construction Management Costs
    2/11/2016

    Carollo Engineers and Bentley Systems recently announced that Carollo has chosen Bentley’s EADOC cloud-based construction management software as its corporate standard for capital project management.

  7. New Lead Removal Tech Could Save Flint
    2/11/2016

    A Swiss researcher released the results of a two-year study on how to remove lead from water last month.

  8. Mexico City Infrastructure Repairs Leave Residents Dry
    2/11/2016

    Mexico City is undergoing infrastructure repairs and the upgrade effort has left millions of residents without running water.

  9. The Leading Provider Of ClO2 For Water Treatment Adopts A New Name
    2/10/2016

    The Chemours Company (“Chemours”), a global chemistry company with leading market positions in titanium technologies, fluoroproducts and chemical solutions, announces that the world leader in chlorine dioxide (ClO2) water treatment has adopted a new name.

  10. Water Standard Receives Shell Contract Award
    2/10/2016

    Water Standard, a global leader in water treatment solutions, announced today that it has secured a contract with Shell Offshore, Inc. (Shell) for the design, fabrication, testing, and shipment of an Ultrapure Water Generation Package (UWGP) to be integrated on Appomattox, Shell's floating production system located in deepwater, Gulf of Mexico.