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  1. Targeted Call For Drinking Water Technologies
    5/14/2018

    The Water Research Foundation (WRF) is seeking cutting-edge drinking water technologies to improve treatment and operations. Innovative technologies and processes that can provide improvements in water quality, performance, cost, and operations (e.g., maintenance, compliance, sustainability, etc.) over conventional approaches are encouraged to apply to the Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) Technology Scan. Proposers must highlight key aspects of their technology or process for review by a panel of experts through LIFT.

  2. Accumulating Over Time, Even Low Concentrations Of Silver Can Foil Wastewater Treatment
    5/14/2018

    Research at Oregon State University has shed new light on how an increasingly common consumer product component – silver nanoparticles – can potentially interfere with the treatment of wastewater.

  3. Xylem’s Ozone Technology To Deliver Reliable Drinking Water At Lowest Possible Life Cycle Cost In Grand Forks, North Dakota
    5/14/2018

    Xylem Inc., a global water technology leader, recently announced that its ozone equipment has been selected to support the City of Grand Forks in developing a new regional water treatment plant.

  4. National Infrastructure Week: DEP Celebrates 'Holing Through' For First Section Of New Release Tunnel At Schoharie Reservoir
    5/14/2018

    The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) reached a landmark recently when a micro-tunneling machine broke through a wall of rock and completed the first leg of a new release tunnel at Schoharie Reservoir.

  5. LACROIX Sofrel Launches A New Range Of IoT Data Loggers
    5/14/2018

    LACROIX Sofrel, a company with over 40 years' of expertise in the remote management of water and energy networks, is launching its new range of data loggers: SOFREL LX

  6. Microlitter – A Challenge For Wastewater Treatment Plants
    5/11/2018

    Finnish Environment Institute Researcher and M.Sc. Julia Talvitie’s doctoral dissertation indicates that wastewater treatment plants function well overall for microlitter removal. The vast majority (approx. 99%) of microlitter of 20 micrometers is removed using the normal treatment methods currently in use.

  7. U.S. Water’s Cambridge And Plymouth Facilities Win Minnesota Governor’s Safety Award
    5/11/2018

    U.S. Water’s Cambridge, Minnesota and Plymouth, Minnesota facilities were recognized for excellence in workplace safety and health during the 2017 Governor’s Safety Awards luncheon in Minneapolis. U.S. Water is one of 279 employers to be honored through the awards program, coordinated by the Minnesota Safety Council.

  8. EPA Announces Improvements To Keep Massachusetts Waters Clean
    5/10/2018

    Recently, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a major step forward for Massachusetts' water quality with improved stormwater management requirements as well as an array of training and implementation tools to assist municipalities with implementation.

  9. Hydraulic Institute Announces Our Latest Approved Test Lab Member
    5/10/2018

    The Hydraulic Institute introduces member company, Grundfos CBS as the latest company to have their pump test laboratory approved through the HI Pump Test Lab Approval Program. The approved pump test lab is located in Brookshire, Texas.

  10. ACWA Honors Del Puerto Water District With 2018 Clair A. Hill Water Agency Award For Excellence
    5/10/2018

    The Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) today presented the prestigious Clair A. Hill Water Agency Award for Excellence to the Del Puerto Water District for its North Valley Regional Recycled Water Program.