Drinking Water News

  1. Proven: LG Sonic Algae Control Safe For Zooplankton

    A recent study commissioned by the Dutch water board and conducted by research agency Ecofide, has found no negative effects of the ultrasonic sound waves from the MPC-Buoy on Zooplankton. The research was conducted as part of a 2-year pilot project of the Municipality Zoetermeer, Hoogheemraadschap Rijnland and LG Sonic to study the applicability of the MPC-Buoy systems for a lake in Zoetermeer, The Netherlands.

  2. Raw Sewage A Major Problem In Appalachian Towns

    In small Appalachian towns, finding enough money to maintain wastewater infrastructure is a big challenge.

  3. Death Sparks Contamination Scare In Idaho Town

    A man’s death sparked a water contamination scare in the Idaho town of Dietrich in late May.

  4. New Top Award For Modern Water’s Continuous Toxicity Monitor

    Modern Water has won a coveted 2018 New Product Innovation Award from Frost & Sullivan, an internationally recognized market research firm.

  5. Mueller Launches Super Centurion Fire Hydrant & Expands Resilient Wedge Gate Valves

    Mueller Water Products, Inc., is launching the Super Centurion A-403 Fire Hydrant that is designed to be installed and maintained by one person. In addition, Mueller is expanding its 250/300 Resilient Wedge Gate Valve product line with a new end design.

  6. Current Water Technologies Inc. Completes Successful Ammonia Treatment Demonstration At Gold Mining Operation Located Within The World Famous Abitibi Mining Region

    Dr. Gene Shelp, President and CEO of Current Water Technologies Inc. (TSX-V:WATR) (“CWTI” or “the Company”), is pleased to announce that the Company has completed a highly successful demonstration project with its patented ammonia treatment technology ("AmmEL System") at a Canadian gold mining site located within the Abitibi Mining Region of Central Canada.

  7. NJ Scientists Recommend PFC Action

    New Jersey water experts want the state to crack down on PFOS in drinking water.

  8. EPA To Host Public Engagement Sessions Across Great Lakes Basin

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will host a series of public engagement sessions this summer to update the public on the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) and to seek their input on future priorities. The first engagement session will be held on June 13 in Toledo, followed by sessions in Rochester, Duluth, Milwaukee, Saginaw, and Chicago.

  9. Fracta Inc. Receives Strategic Investment From Kurita Water Industries, Ltd.

    Fracta Inc., a technology innovator Bringing Artificial Intelligence (AI) to Infrastructure, has announced a strategic investment from Kurita Water Industries, Ltd. The investment allows Fracta and Kurita to extend their leadership in the United States water industry, particularly to municipal and investor-owned water utilities.

  10. Residents Embrace Wastewater Recycling As Means To Sustain Communities

    The Baldy View Chapter of the Building Industry Association of Southern California recently released a survey that showed strong support for using recycled wastewater to recharge groundwater basins.