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  1. EPA Provides $47.7M Loan To The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District For Water Infrastructure Upgrades
    12/20/2018

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $47.7M Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District in Missouri to help finance its Deer Creek Sanitary Tunnel and Sanitary Relief project.

  2. Bredel Pumps Save Slovenian Wastewater Treatment Plant Time And Money
    12/20/2018

    Celje is the third largest city in Slovenia and sits at the junction of the Savinja, Hudinja, Ložnica, and Voglajna rivers in the lower Savinja Valley. Serving a population of 85,000 people, the city’s wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) used two progressive cavity (PC) pumps to feed a centrifuge with settled sludge.

  3. Padre Dam Approves Environmental Report For East County Advanced Water Purification Project
    12/19/2018

    Padre Dam Municipal Water District’s Board of Directors has approved the environmental report for the East County Advanced Water Purification Project.

  4. USCG Type-Approval Awarded To De Nora BALPURE BWTS
    12/19/2018

    De Nora, a market leading supplier of electrochlorination equipment, recently announced that it has received Type-Approval from the United States Coastguard (USCG) for its BALPURE ballast water treatment system (BWTS).

  5. SWAN Appoints Three New Council Members To Further Leverage Strategic Thought Leadership In The Smart Water Sector
    12/19/2018

    The Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) is pleased to announce the addition of three, visionary smart water leaders to its Executive Council.

  6. True War On Lead Must Be Comprehensive
    12/19/2018

    Environmental Protection Agency Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler, and Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson today released an action plan to reduce childhood lead exposure.

  7. EPA Awards $1.1M To Chesapeake Conservancy To Track Environmental Impacts Of Land Use In Bay Watershed
    12/19/2018

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced recently it has awarded $1,080,000 to the Chesapeake Conservancy so that it can update and improve land use data critical to Chesapeake Bay Restoration.

  8. Hawai‘i Department Of Health Cites Hū Honua Bioenergy For An Illegal Wastewater Discharge
    12/19/2018

    The Hawai‘i Department of Health (DOH) Clean Water Branch has issued a Notice of Violation and Order (NOVO) to Hū Honua Bioenergy, LLC for an unauthorized discharge of industrial wastewater on Nov. 9, 2018, at their facility in Pepe‘ekeo on Hawai‘i Island.

  9. Comparing The World’s Mega-Canals
    12/19/2018

    There are more and more big canals and pipelines transporting freshwater from places where it is abundant to places where it is needed for drinking - or for industry and agriculture. 34 such megasystems are already in place and 76 are planned or are under construction; but - apart from the advantages of water transfer - the effects on humans and ecosystems are enormous.

  10. Helsinki Produces Energy With Underground Hot And Cold Water Lakes
    12/19/2018

    Former fuel-oil storage caves in the Helsinki bedrock will store hot water heated in the processes of the Helsinki energy company Helen, to be used for district heating from 2021 onwards.