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  1. EPA To Convene National Leadership Summit To Take Action On PFAS

    Today, in a letter sent to governors of 56 states and territories, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced plans to host a National Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. to take action on Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS). PFAS is a category of man-made chemicals that have been widely used to make products because of their stain-resistant, waterproof and/or nonstick properties

  2. Keeping Residential Sewage Where It Belongs

    That is, until there is a problem. Very often a build-up of toilet paper, paper towels, fats, oils and greases will clog your system, increasing the risk of raw sewage backing up into your home and putting the operation of your pump system at risk.

  3. Hunter Water To Pilot TaKaDu As Part Of Its Drive Towards Total Efficiency

    The second largest water utility in New South Wales, Australia, Hunter Water Corporation, has selected TaKaDu’s Integrated Event Management solution as part of its concerted efforts to achieve total water efficiency.

  4. Alliance Of Leading Companies Empowers Planet Water Foundation To Take Action Against Global Water Poverty In Five Countries During World Water Day Event

    Planet Water Foundation, a leading non-profit organization that addresses global water poverty by delivering clean water access and hygiene education programs, will deploy 24 community-based AquaTowers on March 22 — World Water Day.

  5. Utility Engagement Sought On Real-Time Monitoring

    British Water is calling on water companies to share their real-time monitoring needs with a new focus group in preparation for the next five-year Asset Management Plan (AMP).

  6. Value Of Water Campaign Announces 6th Annual National Infrastructure Week

    Recently, Value of Water Campaign announced that the sixth annual Infrastructure Week will take place from May 14-21, 2018. Across the country, hundreds of businesses, labor organizations, state and local elected officials and more will highlight the urgency of rebuilding and modernizing America's transportation, water, energy and communications infrastructure.

  7. Cimbria Capital Opens New Office In Milwaukee's World-Leading Water Hub - The Water Council

    Cimbria Capital, a private equity firm conducting growth capital and early stage buyout investments in the agriculture and water sectors in North America and Europe, recently announced the opening of a new office at The Water Council located in the Global Water Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

  8. SJW Group And Connecticut Water Service, Inc. To Combine In All-Stock Transaction To Create Leading Water Utility Company

    SJW Group and Connecticut Water Service, Inc. today announced that both companies' boards of directors have unanimously approved a definitive agreement to combine through a merger of equals to create the 3rd largest investor-owned water and wastewater utility in the United States, based on pro forma enterprise value and combined rate base.

  9. EPA Orders Sunnyside Gold Corporation To Conduct Groundwater Investigation At Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund site

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently issued a unilateral administrative order to Sunnyside Gold Corporation to conduct groundwater investigation activities at the Bonita Peak Mining District Superfund Site (BPMD) in San Juan County, Colo. Sunnyside Gold is a current owner and past operator of the Sunnyside Mine in the BPMD.

  10. Unmasking The Chemical Forming Carcinogens In Recycled Water

    Engineers at wastewater recycling plants can rest easy knowing that their methods for minimizing the formation of a potent carcinogen are targeting the right chemical compound.