More Wastewater Industry Features

  1. Do You Pay 300 Times What You Could For Water?
    8/15/2017

    On January 1st 2017, Philadelphia’s controversial “soda tax” went into effect, adding a 1.5-cents-per-ounce on sugary beverages sold in the city. Several cities across the U.S. have enacted similar taxes in a bid to battle diet-related diseases such as obesity and fund more healthy activities within their communities.

  2. Predictive Flood Modeling: A Course For The Future
    6/19/2018

    In a recent keynote speech at Wharton’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership (IGEL), Innovyze CEO Colby Manwaring took the stage to address the current state of flood modeling techniques. The story? We can do better.

  3. WOTUS Appears Vulnerable To Trump Repeal
    2/15/2017

    On his way out of office, Barack Obama made a final effort to bolster the Waters of the United States rule (WOTUS), which has drawn controversy since it was issued in 2015.

  4. Decentralization Grows With Worldwide Property Development Expansion
    10/24/2017

    One of the trends in water and wastewater treatment over the past decade has been a growing demand for decentralized systems. Water Talk recently caught up with Nii Mensah, General Manager of Fluence USA, to learn more about the solutions that the new company (formed by the merger of RWL Water and Emefcy) is bringing to market to address communities’ treatment needs

  5. Easier, Faster, And Safer Option For Measuring Total Nitrogen
    7/23/2018

    Total nitrogen (TN) has become a compound of concern because of its impact on eutrophication on water sources. And as more states begin to set limits for TN, accurate testing becomes paramount. Unfortunately, multiple labs and variable test procedures can lead to disparities in final results. Many of today’s test methods are also time consuming, expensive, and even unsafe for lab technicians to use.

  6. California Prepares For A Drought-Prone Future Under Stringent Title 22 Water Reuse Standards
    6/28/2018

    Fluence’s first MABR plant in mainland U.S. gives California new medium- and small-scale treatment options that comply with the state’s stringent standards for water reuse

  7. Project Profile: Norfolk Southern Railroad Treats Stormwater Pond With ETS-UV™ Disinfection System For Dust Suppression Use
    1/5/2018

    Norfolk Southern has a history of nearly two centuries of service that has linked communities and customers to the marketplace of the world. The railway company operates approximately 20,000 miles of rails and serves every major container port in the eastern United States while providing connections to other rail carriers.

  8. The Truth About Clogged Pumps
    4/19/2017

    The sky is blue, grass is green, and, someday, your pumps are going to clog. It’s just another fact of life — or is it? 

  9. Digitization, Water Concerns, And Smart Meters
    8/24/2017

    As our society continues to embrace digital technology, it’s fair to say that the world of water utilities will be, a major beneficiary of this revolution.

  10. Automation, Modularity Allow mAb Biotech To Cut Scale-Up Time
    2/14/2017

    Bio-developers are adopting more sophisticated processes, such as perfusion, to address low titer cell lines and reduce raw material costs. They’re also seeking more flexible R&D and PD capabilities.