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May 21 2019
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) announced the selection of 53 high school students as the 2019 state winners of the U.S. Stockholm Junior…
May 16 2019
A J.D. Power 2019 Water Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study addressed water quality issues and provided insight into customer…
May 14 2019
  The Water Expo 2019 will present equipment, technologies, products and more for the wastewater, sewer infrastructure, environmental services,…
Around $87 billion in EPA funding will go towards improving drinking water in schools and small communities
Around $87 billion in EPA funding will go towards improving drinking water in schools and small communities.
May 1 2019
States, schools, tribes, territories and disadvantaged communities have accessed to nearly $87 million in drinking water funding through two U.S. EPA…
Apr 30 2019
When Carol Gibson, president of the Holly Ridge homeowners association in Candler, N.C., contacted the Water Well Trust (WWT) in January 2018, the…
The U.S. EPA has resolved Clean Water Act violations with Honolulu
The U.S. EPA has resolved Clean Water Act violations with Honolulu.
Apr 30 2019
The U.S. EPA has resolved Clean Water Act violations with Honolulu and Waste Management at Waimanalo Gulch Landfill. The city and county of Honolulu…
Around 20 million gal of sewage per day are discharged into the Pacific Ocean, just five miles south of the U.S.-Mexico border
Around 20 million gal of sewage per day are discharged into the Pacific Ocean, just five miles south of the U.S.-Mexico border.
Apr 29 2019
The "Clean Border Water Now" program is raising awareness to eliminate the sewage, trash, sediment and chemical waste that plagues beaches and waves…
During the Plastics Pipe Institute DC Fly-In event,  Dan Currence (left) and Tony Radoszewski (right) of the Plastics Pipe Institute met with members of Congress including Daniel Webster (R) from Florida’s 11th District, who is a member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
During the Plastics Pipe Institute DC Fly-In event, Dan Currence (left) and Tony Radoszewski (right) of the Plastics Pipe Institute met with members of Congress including Daniel Webster (R) from Florida’s 11th District, who is a member of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
Apr 26 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
The water department in Detroit, Mich., is seeing fewer water customers at risk of shutoffs
The water department in Detroit, Mich., is seeing fewer water customers at risk of shutoffs.
Apr 24 2019
The Detroit water department is seeing a decline in the number of residential accounts being targeted for shutoff, according to water officials.…
In Milton, Fla., a new wastewater plant will improve water quality of the Blackwater River
In Milton, Fla., a new wastewater plant will improve water quality of the Blackwater River.
Apr 23 2019
The town of Milton, Fla., continues to move forward on its estimated $31 million project to move its wastewater treatment plant to East Milton to end…
A water crisis in Kentucky shows the cost of clean drinking water
A water crisis in Kentucky shows the cost of clean drinking water
Apr 18 2019
In Lovely, Ky., resident Heather Blevin’s parents hooked their property into the municipal supply after the well water here turned brown and started…
Apr 12 2019
President Donald J. Trump signed two executive orders designed to speed up oil and gas pipeline projects. According to AP, the action came after…
The Department of Natural Resources in Wisconsin asks that more chemicals be evaluated for safe levels in groundwater
The Department of Natural Resources in Wisconsin asks that more chemicals be evaluated for safe levels in groundwater.
Apr 11 2019
In Wisconsin, the Department of Natural Resources is asking a state health agency to study the potential impacts of a group of unregulated…
A pilot plant at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia is researching how to purify bore and industrial wastewater
A pilot plant at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia is researching how to purify bore and industrial wastewater.
Apr 9 2019
The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Australia has opened a pilot plant at Banyo to study technology for removing salts from bore water,…
The City Council in Flint, Mich., has approved contractors to finish lead line replacement
The City Council in Flint, Mich., has approved contractors to finish lead line replacement.
Apr 9 2019
The Flint City Council has voted to move forward with their final phase of the FAST Start Program. According to ABC 12, the City Council voted to use…
At the completed facility, Malibu’s treated wastewater will be available to irrigate and green some of the city’s most popular public spaces.
At the completed facility, Malibu’s treated wastewater will be available to irrigate and green some of the city’s most popular public spaces.
Apr 3 2019
Location: Malibu, California Size: 502,000 gpd.  Infrastructure: Submersible pumps, collection systems, coarse screen and grit vortex, fine screens…
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has added a lead-reducing chemical to the city water
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority has added a lead-reducing chemical to the city water.
Apr 3 2019
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) has announced that it has started releasing a lead-reducing additive into the tap water of some city…
The Central Coast Blue Advanced Water Purification demonstration tests PFRO for wastewater reuse.
The Central Coast Blue Advanced Water Purification demonstration tests PFRO for wastewater reuse.
Apr 2 2019
The future of water is quite daunting. Based on current consumption rates, in just six years, two-thirds of the world’s population may face water…
The two methods of condition assessment for buried water mains—indirect and direct—are used to determine a pipe’s condition. Assessments should begin with indirect assessment because direct assessment can be costly and time consuming to complete.
The two methods of condition assessment for buried water mains—indirect and direct—are used to determine a pipe’s condition. Assessments should begin with indirect assessment because direct assessment can be costly and time consuming to complete.
Apr 2 2019
Aging drinking water mains are facing an increasing number of failures leading to service interruptions, higher operating costs and non-revenue water…
Apr 2 2019
Addressing the prevalence of lead pipe in the U.S. will require decades and estimates of billions of dollars to fix. For some utilities, pipe…
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