A new technology utilizing algae could make sludge digestion easier than ever.
Research into manmade, floating wastewater treatment wetlands may mark the first step into a new world of sustainable nitrogen removal.
The U.S. EPA’s latest roster of concerning drinking water contaminants offers clues into what may be threatening consumers and the regulations that come next.
A new fellowship has been awarded to students researching the latest advances in membrane technology and, perhaps, changing the future of water.
A new federal funding program seeks to help utilities complete their infrastructure projects. But what stands between a potential borrower and the available funds?
The Water Research Foundation recently completed a project assessing alternative funding options to cover the increasingly necessary costs for water infrastructure upgrades. Are there options that will help your utility avoid raising rates?
A U.S. EPA “call to action” for improving drinking water seems to lay the groundwork for the new president to address public health.
Polyfluoroalkyl and perfluoroalkyl substances like PFOA and PFOS have emerged as the contaminants of greatest concern for many consumers. While the U.S. EPA has issued a health advisory with limits on the chemicals, some affected communities wonder if their restrictions go far enough. So, what is an acceptable amount of PFOA in your drinking water?
With winter snow comes the inevitable introduction of a water source foe: road salt. With potential hazards posed to consumers and the environment, it’s up to treatment plants and utilities to do something about it.
The U.S. EPA has updated the list of approved test procedures that can be used to analyze wastewater for compliance under the Clean Water Act.