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  1. Linde Lowers Cost Of Ozone Generation For Drinking Water Utilities

    A new oxygen recovery system that dramatically reduces oxygen (O2) consumption during ozone (O3) production for water treatment will be featured by Linde LLC at WEFTEC 2018 in New Orleans, October 1-3, at booth #7313.

  2. Texas Water Treatment Plant Resolves Severe Cyanobacteria Outbreak

    Summer is peak cyanobacteria season for water treatment plants. This means taste and odor complaints. Controlling taste and odor problems while keeping costs under control can be difficult. A South Texas water treatment plant found a way to do both.

  3. NGL Energy Partners LP Acquires Beckham And McCloy Ranches In Eddy And Lea Counties, New Mexico

    NGL Energy Partners LP announced today that it has executed the latest phase of its Delaware Basin water infrastructure strategy.

  4. On Point Oilfield Adds Multiple New E&P Water Midstream Contracts In Permian Basin

    On Point Oilfield Holdings, LLC announced today that is has recently executed five new produced water gathering and disposal contracts with multiple operators in Howard, Martin, and Midland Counties, Texas.

  5. U.S. EPA Awards $429,000 To Diné College For Abandoned Uranium Mine Studies

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $429,467 grant award to Diné College to study potential impacts of abandoned uranium mines on livestock in the Cove area of northeastern Arizona.

  6. British Water Launches Innovation Search Engine

    An innovation search engine that can help match utilities, industrial users and contractors with the water technologies they need has been launched by British Water.

  7. Secret Fracking Chemicals Threaten Delaware River Basin, Pennsylvania

    Drilling companies injected at least one hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) chemical with an identity kept hidden from the public into more than 2,500 unconventional natural gas wells drilled in Pennsylvania between 2013 and 2017, amounting to 55 percent of the more than 4,500 unconventional gas wells drilled in the state during the five-year period, according to a new report from Partnership for Policy Integrity (PFPI).

  8. Lighthouse Wins 2018 US James Dyson Award

    According to the American Society of Civil Engineers’ report card on America’s infrastructure, leaking pipes lose an estimated six billion gallons of clean drinking water per day, and 240,000 water main breaks occur each year.

  9. In The Capital Djibouti City A Quarter Of The Population Has No Access To Toilet Facilities

    WITH vast amounts of aid flowing into government coffers and its strategic position boasting one of the busiest shipping lanes, Djibouti ought to be among the wealthiest countries in the African continent.

  10. Guard Appointed As New President Of JWC Environmental

    JWC Environmental (JWC), a world leader in wastewater solids reduction and removal equipment, announced recently the appointment of Greg Guard as the president of JWC Environmental business.