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  1. Water Monitoring Device Will Provide Fast Diagnosis Of Deadly Bacteria
    8/2/2018

    A novel microbial detection module will help water distribution networks speed up the process of contamination measuring. This will lead to significant savings with real-time critical data.

  2. Water Utilities Recognized For Transformational Initiatives
    8/2/2018

    Thirty-two water utilities are being recognized for transformational work in community engagement, watershed stewardship, and recovery of resources such as water, energy, and nutrients.

  3. HTX Solutions Introduces Patented, Globally Significant Wastewater Treatment Technology At The 2018 Proactive's CEO Investors' Forum
    8/2/2018

    David Cam, 2017 World Oil Awards Finalist in the "Innovative Thinker" categoryand CEO of HTX Solutions, recently presented at the 2018 Proactive's CEO Investors' Forum.

  4. Global Water Market To Reach $915B By 2023 As Oil And Commodity Prices Recover, New GWI Forecasts Reveal
    8/2/2018

    The global water market is projected to reach a total value of $914.9B in 2023, according to the latest 2018-2023 forecasts published by Global Water Intelligence (GWI). GWI’s market research linked this growth to a recovering global economy, high commodity and oil prices, and major water quality and infrastructure plans such as those in Saudi Arabia, China, and Southeast Asia aimed at improving wastewater treatment and incentivising private finance in water.

  5. Demolition Of MWRD Dam To Clear Way For Fish And Recreation
    8/2/2018

    A century-old dam along the North Branch of the Chicago River is being demolished as part of a series of restoration efforts by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Chicago District (USACE), Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD), and Chicago Park District to allow upstream fish migration and improve navigation and surroundings for boaters.

  6. Harmful Dyes In Lakes, Rivers Can Become Colorless With New, Sponge-Like Material
    8/1/2018

    Dyes are widely used in industries such as textiles, cosmetics, food processing, papermaking and plastics. Globally, we produce about 700,000 metric tons — the weight of two Empire State Buildings — of dye each year to color our clothing, eye shadow, toys and vending machine candy.

  7. Nature Holds Key To Nurturing Green Water Treatment Facilities
    8/1/2018

    A team of international scientists, led by water engineering experts from the University of Exeter, has pioneered an innovative new method to incorporate ecological processes to allow ‘green’ water treatment facilities.

  8. WSSC Launches National Search For Newly Created Inspector General Position
    8/1/2018

    WSSC has launched a nationwide search for the newly created Inspector General position, which was recently established by Maryland General Assembly House Bill 419, Chapter 130 during the 2018 session.

  9. Summer Monsoon Rains Benefit Underground Aquifers Of The Desert Southwest
    8/1/2018

    Find related stories on NSF's Long-Term Ecological Research program site.

  10. EPA Provides $135M For Innovative Groundwater Replenishment Project Expansion In Orange County
    8/1/2018

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $135M Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) loan to the Orange County Water District to help finance its Groundwater Replenishment System final expansion.