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  1. Battelle Laboratory Is Country’s First To Obtain Additional PFAS Accreditation
    1/16/2019

    Battelle has the first laboratory in the United States to receive National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program accreditation for testing of a specific suite of important chemicals.

  2. Aquionics UV Solution Reduces Energy And Maintenance Costs At City Of Silverton Wastewater Treatment Plant
    1/16/2019

    Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection systems from Aquionics are producing significant energy and maintenance savings for a wastewater treatment plant in the City of Silverton, Oregon.

  3. New Safari Park In Oman Chooses Modern Water’s Technology
    1/16/2019

    A major new safari theme park in Oman, owned by a senior member of the Sultanate’s Royal Family, has chosen an AquaPak desalination plant from Modern Water plc, the UK-based owner of world-leading technologies for water and wastewater treatment and for water quality monitoring.

  4. New USDA Beef Lifecycle Assessment Finds Environmental Impacts Lower Than Perceived
    1/16/2019

    A new study, recently published in the journal Agricultural Systems, is the most comprehensive beef cattle lifecycle assessment ever completed. In the report, titled Environmental Footprints of Beef Cattle Production in the United States,1 the researchers found widely accepted measures related to beef cattle's impact in the U.S. are often overestimated.

  5. North System Renewal Project Economic Study Reveals Significant Benefits For JeffCo And Metro Denver
    1/16/2019

    Jefferson County is expected to yield nearly $67M in economic benefit from nearly $208M in construction and spending activities related to the North System Renewal Project — a water infrastructure project that will modernize Denver Water’s north system, according to an economic impact study released recently.

  6. Integrated Pathways For Meeting Climate Targets And Ensuring Access To Safe Water
    1/15/2019

    IIASA researchers have led work to develop new pathways showing how the world can develop water and energy infrastructure consistent with both the Paris Agreement and the UN Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG6) – Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.

  7. Study Confirms Micro-Algae’s Cleaning Ability In Wastewater Treatment
    1/15/2019

    Environmental engineers have discovered that Chlorella vulgaris, a single-celled fresh water algae species, effectively removes pollutants from wastewater even at fluctuating levels, making it an effective tool for wastewater treatment.

  8. President Signs Integrated Planning Bill Into Law, NACWA Touts Greater Long-Term Certainty For Clean Water Investments In Communities
    1/15/2019

    The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) applauds the President's signing of the Water Infrastructure Improvement Act into law on January 14, 2019.

  9. Sewers Could Help Clean The Atmosphere
    1/15/2019

    Sewage treatment — an unglamorous backbone of urban living — could offer a cost-effective way to combat climate change by flushing greenhouse gases from the atmosphere.

  10. DuPont Water Solutions Announces Global Price Increase For Ion Exchange And Reverse Osmosis Products
    1/15/2019

    Effective Jan. 15, 2019, or as contracts allow, DuPont Water Solutions, a part of the DuPont Safety & Construction business, recently announced a global increase on the prices of ion exchange resins and reverse osmosis membranes used for water treatment and other industrial applications.