Drinking Water Distribution News

  1. EPA Boss Calls For 'War On Lead'

    Calling for a war on lead as a new feature of federal policy, U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is meeting with Cabinet officials this week to discuss how to keep children safe from lead contamination.

  2. ePIPE Team Awarded Two U.S. Patents For In-place Protection Of Nonmetallic Pipes, Adding To Existing Portfolio Of Over 30 Patents

    Pipe Restoration Technologies, LLC (PRT), makers of the ePIPE, Lead-Free Leak-Free and LeadSmart product lines, announced that it has been granted U.S. patents #9889469 and #9889470.

  3. Mount Pleasant Waterworks Creates A New Customer Service Experience

    Just a few miles from the South Carolina coast, the town of Mount Pleasant exudes the southern charm and rich historical resonance that typify the “Lowcountry.” And though this may conjure up images of laid-back residents sipping sweet tea on their porch swings, the reality is a little different for the town’s water utility.

  4. Minister Says Brexit Opens Up Global Opportunities

    Environment Minister Therese Coffey has told British Water members that departure from the EU gives UK companies “new opportunities beyond Europe.” 

  5. Hydra-Stop Launches Hydra-View

    Hydra-Stop, the leading manufacturer of insertion valves and line stop fittings serving municipal water distribution systems around the world, announced the launch of Hydra-View, a CCTV pipeline assessment solution which works in combination with Hydra-Stop’s award winning Insta-Valve 250 Patriot insertion valve.

  6. Kamstrup US Manufacturing Facility Officially Open

    Kamstrup Water Metering opened its new US Production Facility on February 8 in Roswell, Ga. Danish Ambassador to the United States, Lars Gert Lose, had the honor of cutting the ribbon for the opening ceremony.

  7. Will Expanding WIFIA Endanger It?

    Water utilities are concerned that U.S. EPA’s loan program for water and wastewater projects might be expanded — to death.

  8. Storm-Hardened Communication Network From Sensus Helps Utilities Weather Winter Blast

    The new year rang in with a bitter, two-week cold snap followed by snowy conditions throughout South Carolina. Chesterfield County experienced nine days in a row of frigid temperatures, with the daytime high never breaking 37 degrees, and a wintry mix that delivered more than five inches of snow to the southern part of the county.

  9. Jones® Triton® Fire Hydrant Adds Auxiliary Port For Additional Uses

    Mueller Water Products recently announced the new Jones® Triton® J-4048 Dome Top Wet Barrel Fire Hydrant. The new dome feature gives access to an auxiliary port at the top of the hydrant that allows it to be used for other purposes, such as construction water access, installation of pressure sensors, etc.

  10. Williamsburg Water Main Upgrade Uses Innovative Process To Reduce Cost, Duration And Neighborhood Disruption

    An innovative process to revive older infrastructure is being used by the New York City Departments of Design and Construction (DDC) and Environmental Protection (DEP) as the City seeks to improve the water distribution system near McCarren Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.