Drinking Water Distribution News

  1. Old Wooden Water Infrastructure Discovered

    Water workers in South Carolina recently unearthed a pipe that seemed, by today’s standards, ancient.

  2. Mueller Water Products To Acquire Krausz Industries, Ltd.

    Mueller Water Products, Inc. recently announced that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Krausz Industries, Ltd., a manufacturer of pipe couplings, grips and clamps, for $140M in cash.

  3. Balmoral Tanks Moves Into Services Sector With Acquisition

    One of Europe’s leading tank manufacturing companies, Balmoral Tanks, has acquired a majority shareholding stake in Tamworth-based Water Environmental Treatment Ltd (W.E.T) to fast-track its move into the legionella compliance and water industry services market.

  4. Anglian Water Awards First AMP7 Leakage Framework

    Anglian Water has awarded one of the first framework contracts of AMP7 to leak detection specialist Primayer. The £40M agreement for leak detection products has been awarded jointly to 10 suppliers and will ensure the utility has access to as wide a selection of equipment as possible.

  5. Newark Lead Crisis Follows Pattern Of Flint

    The lead crisis in Newark, NJ, has clear echoes of the disaster in Flint, MI.

  6. A Year Later, Thompson Pump Still Playing Integral Recovery Role In Puerto Rico

    The catastrophic damage of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico has left a profound impact on the country and its citizens. And now, one year later, Thompson Pump and its employees are still on the island helping citizens recover from the aftermath of the worst storm in the country’s history – providing safe drinking water to 250,000 citizens every day.

  7. City Of Katy, Texas, Is Crowned Tnemec 2018 Tank Of The Year

    A pair of municipal water tanks in Katy, Texas, are this year’s winner of the Tank of the Year competition sponsored by Tnemec Company, Inc., a leading provider of high-performance coatings. 

  8. Strategic Financial Investments And Smart Water Metering Solutions Top Badger Meter’s Trends For 2019

    Badger Meter, a leading global innovator and manufacturer of flow measurement, control and communications solutions, today announced the key trends predicted to shape the water utility industry in 2019.

  9. DEP Announces Start Of $158M Project To Rehabilitate Catskill Aqueduct

    The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) recently announced the start of a $158M project to rehabilitate the Catskill Aqueduct, which has delivered drinking water from the Catskills to New York City for more than a century.

  10. Suspended EPA Official: Trump Admin Stalling On Child Lead Rules

    A suspended U.S. EPA official is calling out the Trump administration for what she sees as negligence on rules protecting children from lead.