Drinking Water News

  1. PURA Vice Chairman Betkoski Completes Successful Term As NARUC President

    Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority Vice Chairman John (Jack) Betkoski III marked the completion of his term as president of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners on a high note for the organization.

  2. New Tech Could Generate Freshwater From Fracking Wastewater

    Agua Dulce Technologies, LLC, a privately funded and owned corporation based in Littleton, Colorado, is building a 16,500 square foot facility in Denver to host a wastewater purification plant and will receive feedstock from Wastewater Disposal Facilities, which could generate thousands of gallons of freshwater per day from fracking and other wastewater.

  3. The SWAN Forum To Host Leading Global Smart Water Event In The U.S.

    The Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) is thrilled to announce that its annual, flagship event will take place in Miami, May 15-16, 2019 at the Hyatt Regency Miami. For the first time, this event is being held in North America due to the booming regional interest in smart water technologies and rapid growth of the SWAN North American Alliance.

  4. Hormone-Disrupting Herbicide Widely Detected In Tap Water

    A new report from an environmental group points to a potential atrazine problem in tap water.

  5. Edinburgh Water Firm Wins International Award For Digital Transformation

    Edinburgh based water retailer, Business Stream has won a top international award recognising its innovative approach to customer service.

  6. Carl Data Receives Funding For Further Growth Of Sensor Development Laboratory

    Carl Data Solutions Inc. (CSE:CRL, FSE:7C5,OTC: CDTAF) ("Carl Data" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that its fully-owned subsidiary, Astra Smart Systems Corp. ("Astra"), has been awarded CAD$225,000 in funding from the Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) Impact Investment Fund to continue development of a new water and wastewater sensor testing lab facility.

  7. Microvi MNE Solution To Restore Billions Of Gallons Of Drinking Water In California At Cucamonga Valley Water District

    icrovi Biotech Inc. (Microvi) announced today that Microvi MNE was selected to treat nitrate for the Cucamonga Valley Water District (CVWD) in Rancho Cucamonga, California.

  8. AquiSense Technologies Announces R&D Agreement With US EPA And Washington University To Further Advance UV LED Disinfection System Development

    AquiSense Technologies is proud to announce a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) between the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Washington University, and AquiSense Technologies.

  9. National Infrastructure Commission Responds To Government Announcement On Tackling Drought

    Environment Secretary Michael Gove announced plans to improve the resilience of England’s water supply and set a clear target to halve water leakages by 2050 – matching a key recommendation by the National Infrastructure Commission.

  10. Protecting The Oceans With An Anti-Plastic Bubble Barrier

    Three organizations from France, Canada and the Netherlands are joining forces to introduce Pollutec 2018 participants (at Stand 5F166) to one of the most innovative concepts in the recovery of plastics in streams and rivers, before they end up in the oceans: the bubble curtain that allows the deflection of plastics into the water and then facilitates their recovery, thanks to the proven BubbleTubing technology and the extensive research performed by The Great Bubble Barrier.