Current Headlines

  1. Researchers Offer Ohio Utilities Quick Turnaround On Samples
    9/19/2017

    Water utility officials in Ohio now have the chance to receive faster water samples results thanks to a new program at the University of Toledo (UT).

  2. Hurricane Irma Brings Wastewater Fallout To Florida
    9/19/2017

    Earlier this month, Hurricane Irma brought pounding winds and torrential rain to the Caribbean and Florida, and along with it came wastewater issues.

  3. SIAAP And Veolia Will Jointly Manage Operation And Maintenance Of The Valenton Wastewater Treatment Plant In The Paris Region
    9/18/2017

    Veolia has been selected by SIAAP (Greater Paris Sanitation Authority) to provide at its side the service and maintenance operations for the Valenton wastewater treatment plant, Paris region (France), under a single-purpose semipublic company (SEMOP).

  4. Public/Private Partnership Benefits Ken's Foods And City Of Lebanon, IN
    9/18/2017

    RETTEW is part of an initial agreement targeted to build a 160,000-gallon-per-day high-strength wastewater pretreatment facility, in partnership with the City of Lebanon, Indiana, PACE Energy, and Ken’s Foods Inc.

  5. Changes In Non-Extreme Precipitation May Have Not-So-Subtle Consequences
    9/18/2017

    Extreme floods and droughts receive a lot of attention. But what happens when precipitation -- or lack thereof -- occurs in a more measured way?

  6. Facing A Changing Climate, Report Documents Stormwater Management Efforts In Cities Across The Globe
    9/18/2017

    The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), in partnership with the Water Research Foundation, recently released a new report entitled Innovative and Integrated Stormwater Management.

  7. Indiana Town’s 1,4-Dioxane Concerns Reflect National Risks
    9/18/2017

    The threat of 1,4-dioxane in drinking water may be more pervasive than many thought and some communities are concerned about the health of their consumers.

  8. San Diego Bolsters Stormwater Enforcement
    9/18/2017

    San Diego is cracking down on construction sites that pollute waterways.

  9. Amid Utility Labor Shortage, Pennsylvania Takes Action
    9/15/2017

    Those charged with treating our drinking water and wastewater are likely to share the sentiment that they are asked to do too much with too few resources.

  10. Report: Climate Change To Exacerbate Nitrogen Pollution
    9/15/2017

    Already widespread, nitrogen contamination of environmental waters is on the rise, according to a major study published this summer in the journal Science.