Wastewater Management News

  1. Untreated Wastewater Spoiling New York’s Waters

    Well-known New York waterways such as the Hudson River, Susquehanna River, and even Niagara Falls are taking on untreated sewage at an alarming rate, thanks to increasingly heavy rains and outdated infrastructure.

  2. Itron Network Technology Among First To Receive Wi-SUN FAN Certification

    Itron, Inc., which is innovating the way utilities and cities manage energy and water, announced recently the Itron Bridge 5-WS is one of the first products to receive Wi-SUN Field Area Network (FAN) 1.0 certification.

  3. Baltimore Puts Sewer Overflow Details On Public, Interactive Map

    Sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs) continue to plague water systems around the country, forcing untreated wastewater into local waterbodies when sewer lines are overwhelmed with flow. In Baltimore, a new tool will help residents stay informed when SSOs occur.

  4. MWRD-USACE Partnership Sets Stage For Critical Reservoir Completion

    A pilot program by the United States Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), which has never been used by the Corps before, will grant the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) the critical funds it needs to complete the final chapter of the famed Tunnel and Reservoir Plan (TARP) that protects and improves the quality of area waterways and reduces flooding.

  5. 2019 - Biggest VTScadaFest Yet

    On January 16th and 17th we held our annual VTScada Users’ Conference in Orlando, Florida. Integrators, consultants and end users from around the globe came together to up their SCADA games in a focused setting with plenty of time to share their experiences with their peers. We are proud to say that this year was bigger and included plenty of new activities and resources.

  6. Cocaine In Wastewater Affecting London’s Wild Eels

    As one of the most bizarre consequences from stormwater overflow you’ll ever see, cocaine residue in the River Thames has been making eels hyperactive.

  7. Rapid Protection Of Drinking Water Supplies With Modern Water’s New Toxicity Analyser

    Designed for rapid toxicity screening in demanding drinking, industrial and wastewater applications, Modern Water’s new Microtox LX Series is the next generation of laboratory-based acute toxicity analyzer.

  8. KROHNE To Manufacture OPTIMASS 1000 Straight Tube Coriolis Mass Meter In New Beverly, MA Facility

    KROHNE, Inc. announces that it has begun manufacturing the updated OPTIMASS 1000 Straight Tube Coriolis Mass Meter at its newly opened state of the art flow and level instrument manufacturing and calibration facility located in Beverly, MA.

  9. Energenecs And Microbe Detectives Partner To Deliver Total Solutions To The Wastewater Industry

    Energenecs, a premier supplier of process equipment and control solutions to water and wastewater clients throughout the upper Midwest, now provides on-site support of Microbe Detectives DNA diagnostic services.

  10. Jacobs, King County Wastewater Treatment Division Recognized For Beneficial Green Infrastructure

    Jacobs (NYSE: JEC) and King County Wastewater Treatment Division received the Envision Platinum designation for the new $250 million Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station (WWTS), underscoring its positive social, economic and environmental benefits for the community.