From the Editor

  1. Will Enzyme Vaults Be A One-Stop-Shop For Emerging Contaminants?

    A UCLA researcher is adopting biomedical technology for the treatment industry, packing nanoparticles with ammunition to fight a suite of trace contaminants all at once.

  2. Water Fountain At EPA Headquarters Spews Black Sewage

    In an ironic incident that bolstered critics of the agency, water fountains at the U.S. EPA headquarters were spewing black sewage earlier this month.

  3. With Toxic Algae Concerns, Ohio EPA Considers New Wastewater Standard

    After a toxic algae issue led to a drinking water ban in Toledo, OH, a few years ago, the area has become somewhat of a “ground zero” for nutrient pollution issues.

  4. Wyoming, Nebraska Mull Drinking Water Pipeline Project

    To circumvent some pervasive water quality issues, two Midwestern states may team up on an ambitious infrastructure project.

  5. Michigan Township Approves Treatment Solution For PFCs

    As perflourinated compound (PFC) contamination continues to raise concerns all over the nation, one Michigan community has decided to take action to combat it.

  6. The App For Treatment Data And Reporting

    With water treatment plant operators around the country relying on paper and pen to record critical quality data, there is an opportunity to make life easier online.

  7. North Carolina Town Mulls Pros And Cons Of Outsourcing Wastewater Services

    A recent debate over the need for improved wastewater treatment in Mount Holly, NC, demonstrates the positives and negatives of having a big city handle its neighbor’s treatment needs.

  8. Three Months After Harvey, Water Quality Questions Linger

    Even three months after Hurricane Harvey hit land and decimated areas of Texas, there are still questions about the water quality aftermath.

  9. Can SNOWater Fix Fracking Treatment?

    As the popularity of hydraulic fracturing continues to strain available water supplies, a new technology may be the key to recycling produced water in an affordable way.

  10. California Wildfires Imperil Water Services

    As Southern California endures intense wildfires this month, water systems have been threatened.