From the Editor

  1. Following Harvey, EPA And Industry Disagree Over Superfund Site Cleanup
    10/24/2017

    When Texas, among other places, was hit with Hurricane Harvey this summer, it faced numerous stormwater management and water quality issues.

  2. Treatment Plant Filters Identified As Source Of Drinking Water Contamination
    10/23/2017

    University researchers in North Carolina have pointed to an unlikely culprit for water contamination: the treatment filters themselves.

  3. Montana Water Quality Researchers Slap Canadian Coal Operation With $1.8 Million Fine
    10/23/2017

    As an area of Montana struggles with dangerous water contamination, it has taken action against a polluter across the border.

  4. Following Water Quality Concerns, Fracking Banned From The Delaware River Basin
    10/23/2017

    In a move that has already draw controversy from either side of the hydraulic fracturing debate, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) has voted to ban the practice from its purview.

  5. Will Solar Desalination Save Our Water Supplies?
    10/20/2017

    A $15 million federal, solar desalination funding program seeks to foster a world where utilities and industrial operations have easier access to fresh water.

  6. A Fouling-Free Filter For Produced Water
    10/18/2017

    Hydraulic fracturing is a hot-button issue, but no matter where you land you should agree that more efficient produced water filters will go a long way in improving the practice.

  7. An Estimated $2 Million In Gold Passes Through Swiss Sewage Every Year
    10/18/2017

    It’s not uncommon to hear wastewater efficiency advocates refer to influent as a “resource” rather than “waste.” But it’s unlikely that any of them imagined just how valuable the material flushed through Swiss sewage systems really is.

  8. As Discharged Sewage Contaminates Niagara Falls, Outdated Infrastructure Is To Blame
    10/18/2017

    Niagara Falls may be best known for its majestic, natural beauty, but this precious resource is having a hard time lately as the area’s wastewater treatment swims upstream against fundamental infrastructure issues.

  9. Camden Wastewater Utility Enters Swap With Power Plant
    10/16/2017

    In the migration of wastewater treatment plants to resource recovery facilities, Camden County in New Jersey has recently taken a leading role.

  10. Utility Employee Injures Self In Facility Shooting Cover-Up
    10/13/2017

    When authorities arrived at a drinking water treatment plant in West Virginia earlier this year, they thought they were responding to an attack on a utility employee. As it turns out, they now believe that employee injured himself.