Current Headlines

  1. Vulcan® Systems And Mannco Wastewater & Soil Solutions Announce New Biosolids Drying Technology And Total Biosolids Management Service

    Mannco Wastewater & Soil Solutions, a leading U. S. biosolids management company, and Vulcan® Systems, an industry leader in organic waste drying and pelletizing systems, are proud to announce their joint development of a new biosolids drying technology and their exclusive partnership to offer and sell such technology, and to use such technology to provide total biosolids management services, to municipal wastewater treatment plants in the U. S., Mexico, and Cuba.

  2. California Advocates Push For Contaminated Water Fund

    Public interest advocates are pushing California lawmakers to establish a safe drinking water fund to fight chronic water contamination problems.

  3. Georgia Scores Victory In Water War With Florida

    Georgia scored a critical court victory in the latest round of its lengthy water war with Florida.

  4. Concern Grows Over Oil Injection In San Ardo Aquifer

    California officials this month announced that they will consider expressing their concerns about ongoing injections of oil contaminated water into a South County aquifer in the face of a voter-approved measure against it.

  5. New MWRD Innovation Draws Honor For Cleaning Waterways

    New technologies implemented by the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) to disinfect water through ultraviolet rays have earned high praise from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Illinois Chapter.

  6. Infiltrator Celebrates Thirty Years Of Innovation

    Infiltrator Water Technologies, a leading manufacturer of decentralized wastewater treatment technology, celebrates 30 years of innovation in the onsite wastewater industry this year.

  7. EPA Criticizes Pennsylvania’s Safe Drinking Water Program

    The Pennsylvania state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has been under scrutiny by federal regulators for failures in administration of its safe drinking water program.

  8. Alaska, Facing Unique Infrastructure Challenges, Scores Poorly

    Alaska scored below average in a new report on its infrastructure quality, earning a “D” for drinking water systems.

  9. Chlorine Flow Vulnerable To Hacking, Experiment Shows

    A recent experiment by a cybersecurity researcher exposed vulnerabilities in the water system.

  10. Maryland Utility Tries Innovative Financial Model

    A giant utility near Washington, DC, is rolling out a new financial program focused on making loans available to local businesses.