Current Headlines

  1. Algal Blooms Kill Hundreds Of Long Island Turtles
    7/8/2015

    Toxic water has been responsible for the death of hundreds of turtles on the eastern end of Long Island this year.

  2. De Nora Successfully Completes The Acquisition Of Severn Trent Water Purification Technologies Business
    7/7/2015

    De Nora announces the completion of the acquisition of the Water Purification group of Severn Trent Services. The new business line, called De Nora Water Technologies, will be focused on delivering sustainable and innovative water and wastewater technologies for municipal, marine and energy related water treatment applications.

  3. Infants At Risk From Pennsylvania Nitrate Contamination
    7/7/2015

    Pennsylvania families are worried tap water contamination poses a threat to infants after nitrate levels spiked this year.

  4. GE-Statoil Initiative Launches Second Open Innovation Challenge Focused On Water Reduction And Reuse
    7/7/2015

    GE and Statoil’s Sustainability Collaboration has launched the call for entries for its second Open Innovation Challenge focusing on water usage in the development of onshore unconventional oil and gas reservoirs.

  5. In Texas, Rain Ends Direct Potable Reuse Reign
    7/7/2015

    A so-called “toilet-to-tap” project in Texas — the first of its kind in the nation — is ending along with the state’s record drought.

  6. Baltimore Accused Of Targeting Poor For Water Shutoffs
    7/3/2015

    Baltimore is at the center of a water shutoff controversy this year resembling what Detroit underwent a year ago, when the Motor City earned a scolding from the United Nations over its aggressive approach to ratepayer delinquency.

  7. Some California Agencies May Ignore Water Cuts
    7/3/2015

    Some California water agencies are considering whether to defy new water conservation mandates imposed by the state.

  8. Endress+Hauser Announces Summer 2015 Training Courses
    7/3/2015

    Endress+Hauser announces its Summer 2015 schedule of instrumentation training courses.

  9. Sex-Changing Fish Inspire New Method Of Wastewater Treatment
    7/2/2015

    In an effort to target contaminants that affect the reproductive functions of fish, researchers have discovered a new way to remove traces of human birth control pills from municipal wastewater during treatment.

  10. For Water Industry, Small Hydropower Is Big Opportunity
    7/2/2015

    Faced with revenue challenges, a growing number of water utilities are looking to become energy providers—at least for themselves—using their own infrastructure to harness electricity.

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