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  1. PA Residents Shoulder Health Impacts Of State’s Oil And Gas Waste

    More than 80 percent of all waste from Pennsylvania’s oil and gas drilling operations stays inside the state, according to a new study that tracks the disposal locations of liquid and solid waste from these operations across 26 years.

  2. On Earth Day America's WETLAND Foundation Celebrates The Importance Of WETLANDS With Completed Projects

    One year ago, the America's WETLAND Foundation (AWF), Resource Environmental Solutions (RES), and global energy producer, BHP, stood where stands of bald cypress once gave definition to swamps of the lower Mississippi Delta and announced their partnership to restore the vital wetlands of Terrebonne Parish.

  3. Aqua-Aerobic Introduces New Cloth Media Filter For Wet Weather Treatment

    With more than 25 years of application experience utilizing cloth media filtration for tertiary wastewater applications, Aqua-Aerobic Systems complete line of cloth media filters has demonstrated the ability to accommodate high solids loadings and hydraulic throughput, a small footprint, and exceptional effluent quality in more than 1,500 installations, worldwide.

  4. Worms Wriggle Into Dairy Management Plan With WSCC Grant

    Organix, Inc. of Walla Walla, Washington announced recently that they have installed a BioFiltro water treatment system at J&K Dairy in Sunnyside, WA

  5. SmartCover Systems Introduces Enhanced Solution For Remote Intrusion Detection And Security

    SmartCover Systems has announced UnderCover 2 making use of advanced micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) technology for intrusion detection and unauthorized opening of sewer manholes to combat illegal dumping, vandalism, and other security issues.  MEMS technology improves the robustness of entry detection and expands the configurability of the systems at remote and hard-to-access locations for utilities, communications, nuclear facilities, border security, transportation infrastructure, military installations and others. 

  6. Reduce Stormwater Pollution With ECO Pavers By EP Henry

    Mother Nature’s water cycle has a system to deal with rainwater. Rainwater is absorbed by the soil, collected in pools (and eventually evaporated), or drained into rivers or streams. When these options are interrupted, the rainwater can become what is referred to as “stormwater runoff ”.

  7. EPA Seeks Public Input For Development Of National Water Reuse Action Plan

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking public input on the development of an action plan to accelerate the application of water reuse as a safe, reliable, and sustainable way to meet the country’s current and future water demands.

  8. Evoqua Chosen To Design, Manufacture And Install Turnkey Wastewater Treatment Facility To Meet Sustainable Infrastructure Initiative

    Evoqua Water Technologies , an industry leader in mission-critical water treatment solutions, recently announced that it has been selected by Carolina Water Service, Inc. of North Carolina, through its sales partner Premier Water, to design, manufacture and install a new wastewater treatment system located in the gated golf course community of Connestee Falls, N.C.

  9. U.S. Drinking Water Products Standards Published As National Standards Of Canada

    The American National Standards for health effects of drinking water treatment chemicals (NSF/ANSI 60) and plumbing system components (NSF/ANSI 61) have been updated for the Canadian market and published as National Standards of Canada.

  10. Solar Powered Desalination Offers Hope Of A Global Shift In Agriculture

    A revolution in irrigation that could secure water supplies and food production during drought is the goal of researchers at UNSW’s Global Water Institute.