From the Editor

  1. U.S. vs. The World In Water Sustainability
    9/16/2016

    Yes, America cleaned up at the Olympics this summer, but how does the U.S. fare on the world stage when it comes to water resiliency, efficiency, and quality?

  2. Debate Over Phosphorus Reduction Brews In Utah
    9/15/2016

    The city of Provo, UT, may have to make a big investment in its phosphorus problem. By 2020, it must assure that every liter of discharge from its municipal treatment plants contain only 1 milligram of phosphorus, as mandated by the state’s Division of Water Quality (DWQ), according to the Daily Herald.

  3. Maryland Electric Utility Must Pay Millions For Wastewater Violation
    9/15/2016

    Wastewater discharge violations at the two largest coal-fired power plants in Maryland will cost electric utility company NRG Energy a significant chunk of change.

  4. 5 Municipal-Industrial Water Issues Analyzed
    9/9/2016

    A water technology expert tackles high-profile and important topics currently affecting municipalities, industry, and the community at large.

  5. New Filters To Combine Processes And Cut Down Costs
    9/9/2016

    Reverse osmosis is one of the most energy-intensive, and therefore costly, steps in wastewater treatment. A newly developed nanofilter may change that.

  6. Is Progressive Design-Build Right For Water And Wastewater Capital Projects?
    9/7/2016

    Progressive design-build has emerged as a refined version of traditional options for pursuing capital projects. Is it the right fit for water and wastewater construction?

  7. Identifying Corrosive Water, A Step Forward Against Lead Contamination
    9/1/2016

    A new study by the United States Geological Survey has determined that half of the nation is at risk of drawing potentially corrosive water, starting the conversation about how to curb lead contamination.

  8. A Treatment Technology For All Occasions
    8/31/2016

    There are a lot of technology startups in the water space vying for attention, including a good bit in the New England area alone, but one Massachusetts company and its potentially "disruptive innovation" stands apart.

  9. How The Charles River Turned Around
    8/30/2016

    As recently as 1995, the Charles River was nearly failing the U.S. EPA’s annual water quality assessment. Since then, the river has seen a dramatic improvement thanks to several pointed initiatives.

  10. A Foundation For Water’s Future
    8/29/2016

    The president of the Water Environment Federation discusses key organizational initiatives to improve the fate of the water/wastewater industry.