Current Headlines

  1. Tampa Vs. Aging Infrastructure

    Water main breaks and leaky pipes are bringing Tampa's water infrastructure into the public eye, reflecting a pattern in cities across the U.S.

  2. Mexico Suffers Giant Toxic Wastewater Spill At Copper Mine

    Mexico is pursuing legal action against a copper mining company that was allegedly responsible for a massive toxic wastewater spill in August that left thousands of people without clean water. 

  3. After Toledo, Other States Examine Algae

    New Minnesota phosphorus regulations, implemented this summer, are being hailed as timely in the aftermath of the Toledo algae crisis.

  4. California Drought Crisis: Billions Of Gallons Of Water Are Lost To Leaks Each Year

    Amid extensive efforts to crack down on household water use in California, some experts say the best solution is simply plugging leaks. 

  5. Detroit Reaches Water, Sewer Deal

    Following months of contention, bankrupt Detroit finally reached a deal to shore up its water and sewer finances, potentially saving the city money and funding improvements to its water system. 

  6. Expert Tips For Continuous Water Quality Monitoring

    Dustin will be sharing results and lessons learned from the Pennsylvania Continuous Instream Monitoring (CIM) program. Learn how you can reliably collect continuous data for the most common water quality parameters using advanced instrumentation, while cutting costs for standards, calibration and field vists. Discover how to leverage AQUARIUS Time-Series software to process and analyze your water quality data.

  7. Man-Made Wetlands Help Utilities Survive The Drought

    As severe drought continues to afflict various states, some utilities are relying on a key innovation to help them get through it: man-made wetlands systems. 

  8. Federal Report: EPA Fracking Oversight Not Enough

    The federal Government Accountability Office (GAO) recently called out the EPA for not doing enough to protect drinking water from risks posed by oil and gas companies.

  9. New York City’s Water Supply In Danger

    Should New York City residents be worried about their water supply? 

  10. BioAir Solutions To Preview Expanded R&D Initiatives At WEFTEC In New Orleans

    BioAir Solutions, a leading North American provider of biological odor and air emission control solutions, plans to preview its expanded research and development initiative to visitors and customers at the 2014 Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC).