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Mar 1 2021Legislation
A comprehensive water justice bill was introduced in both chambers of Congress to address water access, safety and affordability in the country on…
Feb 25 2021Industrial Water
A frozen pipe burst at a Nebraska ethanol plant, likely spilling approximately 4 million gallons of wastewater in eastern Nebraska, according to a…
Feb 24 2021Coronavirus COVID-19
An effort led by researchers at The Ohio State University will help the Navajo Nation mitigate the lack of water and food security, according to Ohio…
Feb 23 2021Industrial Water
Nestlé Waters North America and its Ice Mountain bottled water operations in Michigan are being sold to a pair of New York private equity firms. One…
Feb 17 2021Energy
Texas blackouts triggered by frozen power infrastructure have left millions of Texans without power, heat and essential services during a winter…
Feb 16 2021Industrial Water
3M will invest about $1 billion over the next 20 years to accelerate its global environmental goals, according to the Star Tribune. The focus will be…
Feb 11 2021Industrial Water
The city of San Angelo, Texas, is working closely with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality after identifying industrial contaminants in the…
Feb 10 2021Instrumentation, Water Quality Monitoring
A hacker successfully altered the levels of chemicals in Oldsmar’s water supply to potentially damaging levels, according to officials.  Pinellas…
Feb 8 2021Groundwater
Colorado’s Fort Collins, Larimer County and Loveland have reached an agreement on who will pay for environmental cleanup at the Larimer County…
Feb 4 2021Industrial Water
The Port of Mattawa, Washington is working to expand and improve the infrastructure of its wastewater treatment system to accommodate the increasing…
Feb 2 2021Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
Hornell, New York officials want to improve the municipality's ability to deal with wastewater generated by heavy industry. Hornell is applying for a…
Feb 1 2021Clean Water Act
A California agricultural developer has agreed to pay a civil penalty to resolve alleged violations of the Clean Water Act (CWA) on property near the…
Jan 28 2021Industrial Water
Hundreds of California wineries will be governed by statewide wastewater processing rules for the first time.  The move toward a statewide regulatory…
Jan 27 2021Lead
Newark, New Jersey and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) resolved a 3-year legal battle with groups who filed suit…
Jan 25 2021Funding
Sufficient funding has been obtained to complete the first phase of the Aamodt settlement agreement water infrastructure in the Pojoaque Basin in…
Jan 22 2021One Water
The U.S. EPA announced key members of the agency’s incoming leadership team, including the Office of Water. These team members will advance the Biden…
Jan 21 2021Regulations
On Dec. 22, 2020, the final version of the Lead & Copper Rule Revision (LCRR) was finalized and approved. It was then published in the Federal…
Jan 21 2021Industrial Water & Wastes Digest
Industrial leaders have pledged to help the flow of chloride into Minnesota's Lake Winona during the first meeting of a citizen’s chloride committee…
Jan 20 2021Sewage Dumping Stations
The West Point Treatment Plant in Seattle, Washington State sent 11 million gallons of untreated storm water and sewage into Puget Sound on Jan. 14…
Jan 19 2021Industrial Water
Pennsylvania’s Turtle Creek Watershed association plans to assess the areas where abandoned mine discharges pollute the creek and its tributaries.…
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