Drinking Water News

  1. Sofi Filtration Partners With Cimbria Capital To Prepare For Future Growth In U.S.
    11/28/2017

    Sofi Filtration, a leading innovator of microfiltration water systems founded in Finland, recently announces a new strategic partnership with Cimbria Capital.

  2. New Smart Sensor Electronics Offer Superior Diagnostics And Accuracy For Improved pH/ORP Monitoring And Control
    11/28/2017

    GF Piping Systems has added a new measurement solution to its already extensive analytical instrumentation product line with the new Signet 2751 DryLoc pH/ORP Smart Sensor Electronics.

  3. Chicago To Sue U.S. Steel Over Water Contamination
    11/28/2017

    The city of Chicago took a stand against local water pollution when Mayor Rahm Emanuel threatened legal action against the United States Steel Corporation, one of the world’s largest steel producers, last week.

  4. How Close Is Too Close For Hydraulic Fracturing?
    11/27/2017

    Although the majority of Americans get their drinking water from a municipal, public supply, 1 in 7 rely on private water wells. By Sarah Derouin

  5. SwRI’s Smart Leak Detection System Locates Hazardous Chemical Spills
    11/27/2017

    Southwest Research Institute has developed a Smart Leak Detection system to autonomously monitor pipelines for hazardous chemical spills.

  6. Water Environment Federation Urges Congress To Fund Key Water Programs
    11/27/2017

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is strongly urging Congress to continue federal investment in water infrastructure, geographic watershed and state grant programs, water systems security, and water research programs as it finalizes Fiscal Year 2018 spending bills.

  7. Gympie Australia Implements TaKaDu’s Event Management Solution As Part Of Its Smart Water Network Project
    11/27/2017

    Gympie Regional Council in South East Queensland is the latest Australian water utility to turn to TaKaDu’s integrated event management solution to improve efficiency and reduce water loss.

  8. CDC Reports 13 Water Contaminant-Caused Deaths From 2013-14
    11/24/2017

    While opinion varies from person to person, for the most part, we assume that the drinking water running through our taps are safe. While that should remain a fair assumption, a recent report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) may cause doubt.

  9. Florida Investigates Unauthorized 5-Million-Gallon Sewage Discharge
    11/23/2017

    Unfortunately, the practice of discharging untreated or partially-treated sewage is all too common for wastewater treatment plants. But a recent instance in Florida has caught the attention of state watchdogs.

  10. New Mexico, Texas Water War Heads To Supreme Court
    11/23/2017

    Texas and New Mexico may fight it out at the Supreme Court next year in a conflict over groundwater pumping along the state border and the control of the Rio Grande.