Drinking Water News and Headlines

  1. Engineers Design New Lead Detector For Water

    Mechanical engineer Junhong Chen and a team at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (UWM), have developed what you might think of as a "canary in the coal mine" for lead in water.

  2. Endress+Hauser Updates Memograph M RSG45 Data Manager With EtherNet/IP

    Endress+Hauser adds EtherNet/IP capability to the Memograph M RSG45 Data Manager. The RSG45, a data acquisition system for small process control applications, now provides a cost effective way to integrate legacy 4-20mA, RTD, thermocouple and HART-based instruments into a modern control system.

  3. Infographic Insights: What’s Really In Your Drinking Water?

    According to carefully collected data reported to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) by water systems and utilities across the country, there were more than 7,500 health-based drinking water violations in 2015.

  4. Endress+Hauser Releases Memosens CLS82D Hygienic Conductivity Sensor

    Endress+Hauser releases the Memosens CLS82D conductivity sensor for production, process development and laboratory applications in the pharmaceutical, food, life sciences and other industries.

  5. Online Hexavalent Chromium Analyzer Validates RCOF Treatment Process Piloted At California Water Utility

    A California Water Utility experiencing elevated levels of hexavalent chromium [Cr(VI)] in their drinking water supply is the first commercial application to use a real-time water quality monitor developed by Aqua Metrology Systems Ltd (AMS) to provide high frequency, reliable, and accurate data on hexavalent and total chromium.

  6. Philly Tap Water ‘Ideal’ For Brewing Beer

    Beer connoisseurs say there’s a special ingredient in Philadelphia-brewed beer that makes the taste stand out: tap water.

  7. This Device Detects Chemicals On The Cheap, Researchers Claim

    Researchers claim they have developed a device that can help utilities test water quality in situ at a lower cost than devices currently in use.

  8. EWG: 'Brockovich' Carcinogen Found In Tap Water Of 200 Million Americans

    The notorious "Erin Brockovich" carcinogen contaminates the tap water of two-thirds of Americans at levels above what scientists say is safe, according to a new EWG analysis of federal water testing data.

  9. Water Data Startups Invited To Apply To Imagine H2O's 8th Annual Accelerator

    Imagine H2O™ (IH2O™), the water innovation accelerator, launched its 2017 Water Data Challenge today.

  10. Following Missteps In Water Sampling, EPA Looks Internally

    Because of what they considered to be missteps in state drinking water testing, the U.S. EPA has begun to scrutinize internally.