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  1. AI Technology Could Help Protect Water Supplies

    Progress on new artificial intelligence (AI) technology could make monitoring at water treatment plants cheaper and easier and help safeguard public health.

  2. Abengoa Receives The Provisional Acceptance Certificate For The Expansion Of A Water Treatment Plant Built In Mexico For Naturgy (Formerly Known As Gas Natural Fenosa)

    Abengoa, the international company that applies innovative technology solutions for sustainable development in the infrastructure, energy and water sectors, has received the Provisional Acceptance Certificate for the expansion of the water treatment plant, built in the 450 MW Norte Durango combined cycle plant that Naturgy (formerly known as Gas Natural Fenosa) has in the State of Durango, Mexico.

  3. New Directives To Reduce Phosphorus Discharge Lead To Newest Technology In Phosphorous Measurement

    Wastewater treatment professionals know the value – and challenges - of phosphorous removal. Excess phosphorus in surface water can lead to eutrophication, prompting excessive growth of plants and algae in ponds, rivers, streams, lakes, and other bodies of water.

  4. Fluence Awarded Its First NIROBOX™ Recurring Revenue Desalination Project

    Fluence Corporation Limited is pleased to announce that it has secured a contract for the deployment of the Company’s first seawater desalination plant in the Bahamas – three (3) NIROBOX™ smart-packaged seawater (SW) desalination units – that will be commissioned within six months.

  5. Using ‘Shade Balls’ In Reservoirs May Use Up More Water Than They Save

    During droughts, communities may rely on water stored in reservoirs. However, significant amounts of water can evaporate from the surface of the reservoir.

  6. EPA Prepares For 2018 Hurricane Season, Building On Lessons Learned From Sustained Emergency Responses In 2017

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has joined partners across federal, tribal, state, and local governments in preparation for the 2018 Atlantic hurricane season. On June 5, EPA senior leaders gathered in New Orleans, Louisiana, to discuss the Agency’s preparations for the 2018 hurricane season.

  7. Yakun International Investment And Holding Group's New Zealand Subsidiary Enters Into Memorandum Of Understanding With Open Country Dairy Limited

    Yakun International Investment and Holding Group ("Yakun International" or the "Company") (YIHG) today announced that through an open bidding process, its controlled subsidiary QHY Environmental Science & Technologies Oceania Limited (the "QHY Oceania") has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding on Wastewater Treatment Cooperation (the "MOU") on July 10, 2018 with Open Country Dairy Limited (the "Open Country"), a representative company of the New Zealand Dairy industry and the second largest global exporter of premium Whole Milk Powders.

  8. Webinar: Algal Blooms: Technology Solutions For Treatment Plant Operators

    Algal blooms have the potential to negatively impact potable water treatment works, increasing maintenance and reducing efficiency to drive up costs.

  9. American Water Donations To Water For People Charity Surpass $2M

    American Water, the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, announced recently the company and its employees have raised more than $2M in the last decade for Water For People, an international nonprofit organization dedicated to providing access to improved water and sanitation systems and services in developing countries.

  10. Duffy To Lead HDR’s Water Reuse Practice

    Jennifer Duffy has been named HDR’s water reuse practice lead, based in the firm’s San Diego, California office.