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Rice husks successfully used to remove microcystin toxins from water

University of Toledo research identifies another potential -- and renewable -- tool to fight harmful algal blooms.

EPA awards $3.9M for PFAS research

Two grants for research to improve understanding of human and ecological exposure to PFAS in the environment awarded to university programs.

The Maine Road to a Water Career

The imminent retirement of a large number of water and wastewater professionals will leave a gaping hole to fill as years of experience and historical knowledge go with them. Attracting new talent to the industry is critical.

The Value of WWEMA Membership

Mike Dimitriou, president of WRT, details what he sees as both the personal and professional value to membership in the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association.

Standing out from the Cloud

The UAE is leading the world in advancing rain enhancement science, demonstrating its vision and commitment to helping those in need in arid regions and beyond gain access to water.

Smart Water Monitoring Down Under

Maintaining water quality requires constant monitoring and testing to ensure accurate measurements are being taken. Traditionally this has involved time-consuming calibration and maintenance. A shire council in New South Wales, Australia, however, has decided to do things differently.

Intelligent Analysis Is at Hand

Most used for municipal distribution system monitoring, Hach’s new Pocket Colorimeter, the DR300, is ready for the data-driven world.

Promoting Cross-Sector One Water Solutions

Traditionally, the planning and water management sectors have tended to collaborate solely within their own communities, but it is important to bridge this disconnect not just within a given community but also across communities.

Leveraging Digital Technology and Big Data for Better Water Utility Operations

The digital and machine learning transformation will immensely improve the way water/wastewater is collected, transported, treated and utilized.

Confidently Manage, Share and Secure Your Data with Software-as-a-Service

With Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), utilities can gain a deeper understanding of their information while also managing, sharing and securing their data more easily than ever.

The Ratepayer Is Asking: What’s in It for Me?

People hate surprises, at least on their utility bills. And some customers want to know if all of their conservation efforts are paying off, in real time.

Enhanced Protection Against Corrosion

Standard polywrap creates a barrier between the surface of the pipe and corrosive soil. VB3™ Enhanced Polyethylene takes this a few steps further by actually fighting corrosion.

Potable Water Management 4.0

Remotely monitored and unattended, automated plants must be considered an integrated part of today’s sustainable water management 4.0 technologies.

How to Apply and Maintain a Photometric/Colorimetric Analyzer

Photometric/colorimetric analyzers can be used to monitor ammonium and orthophosphate. Keys to a successful installation are proper application and maintenance of the instrument.

True Water Management for EJ Water

Early in 2014, Badger Meter offered a solution that would provide EJ Water with the water management system and the leading edge technology they were looking for.

Simplifying Remote Asset Security for South Lake Tahoe

For South Tahoe, security, specifically safeguarding facility assets, is a top priority. However, remembering complex passwords and expecting administrators to track multiple passwords across resources presented challenges.

Preparing a Beachside City for Future Storm Events

Long Branch, N.J., decided to retrofit its current drainage system with Proco ProFlex™ Style 730 and Proco ProFlex™ Style 790 duckbill check valves, which would allow the city to achieve its objectives without needing to modify much of its current infrastructure.

Reliable, Accurate Water Quality Testing

Water quality testing requirements are diverse and complex. The kind of instrumentation needed to meet the needs of this exacting array of uses must be reliable, accurate, simple to use, and also must be very flexible.

Safer, Faster, Easier Pipe Cutting

The ICS Utility power cutter addresses operator safety with its revolutionary grinding technology which virtually eliminates rotational kickback and improves operator positioning when cutting pipe.

PFAS solution for U.S. Air Force Base in Interior Alaska

When Eielson Air Force Base, located in the interior of Alaska, found high levels of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) in its drinking water, it needed a solution that was effective, cost-efficient, and operable in extreme temperatures.

Control Total Organic Carbon and Trihalomethane Formation

A comprehensive plan to reduce THM formation starts with the effective removal and monitoring of total organic carbon in the water treatment plant, which requires an accurate means to verify TOC levels in both the raw water and finished water.

Controlling Disinfectant Residuals

Medora Corporation’s ResidualHQ© Automated Disinfectant Control is a continuous residual monitoring and disinfectant delivery platform for both chlorine and chloramine applications.

Chemical Metering Pump Replacement at Camp Pendleton

Blue-White’s ProSeries-M® MD-3 pumps maintained an accurate and continuous flow, providing smooth chemical dosing and eliminating the need for a pulsation dampener at the major West Coast base of the United States Marine Corps.

Level Instrumentation Meets NSF Standards for Water Quality

With the emergence of safety concerns over water quality in public water supplies, municipalities are making strides to better conform to preexisting and amended safety regulations.

Wessex Water achieves 75% saving with enhanced process

Retrofit of repurposed circular sludge tank doubles process capacity.

Black & Veatch consortium advances Ganges restoration project

Prayagraj wastewater program moved into design-build phase.

U.S. drinking water products standards published as national standards of Canada

American National Standards NSF/ANSI 60 and NSF/ANSI 61 updated with Canadian requirements, published as National Standards of Canada.

Evoqua to design, manufacture and install turnkey wastewater treatment facility for Carolina Water Service

Project will include the installation of a state-of-the-art wastewater treatment system to extend useful life and improve efficiency.

Anue Water Technologies to distribute Pi2 Technologies' Geo-Membrane products.

Anue is a manufacturer of Ozone and oxygen generation and related systems for industrial wastewater plants.

Scientists invent handheld device for quick monitoring of drinking water quality

NTU scientists developed a portable device, inspired by the ability of the human body, to detect trace levels of heavy metals in drinking water in just five minutes.

SUEZ marks first commercial installation of new MGF system

Project includes filter rehabilitation of the water treatment plant at the Glacier Club in Durango, Colo.

Eaton lands Gaza wastewater treatment plant contract

Contract to provide complete power distribution and industrial Control solutions for the Khan Younis Wastewater Treatment Plant.

SUEZ membranes to be installed at largest tertiary UF plant in Israel

Zeeweed 1000 Ultrafiltration Membranes will be used as part of a process upgrade of the Sorek Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Oxford University: Rapid urbanization increasing pressure on rural water supplies

Study found North America and Asia are hotspots for rural-to-urban water reallocation, with the practice on the rise in Asia.

Ovivo Acquires Westech Industrial

Westech Industrial Inc., doing business as Varec Biogas designs, services and distributes biogas safety and handling equipment.

Royal HaskoningDHV acquires Ambiental

Merger will accelerate growth of flood-related digital services.

I.E.S. develops technology to mine sea water

German invention aims to solve the global water shortage without harming the environment.

US Water Alliance, Council of State Governments release State Policymakers' Toolkit for Water

The State Policymakers' Toolkit provides decision makers and advocates with models of successful initiatives and policies from across the U.S.

Applications open for Utility of the Future Today recognition program

WRF to honor water resource recovery facilities for community engagement, watershed stewardship and resource recovery.

EPA accepting nominations for Stormwater Finance Workgroup members

Expert consultants sought to fill positions on task force, part of America's Water Infrastructure Act (AWIA).

Miami-Dade County receives nearly $100M in WIFIA funding

Administrator Wheeler visits Miami and announces $99.7 Million Water Infrastructure Loan.

Kendra II, LLC and De Nora near completion of produced water recycling facility

ClorTec technology and recycling process will provide Marcellus Shale operators with affordable recycled water.

Energy Recovery awarded $8.8M for desalination projects in Saudi Arabia

Facilities will produce up to 380,000 cubic meters of water per day, equivalent to filling more than 150 Olympic-sized swimming pools daily.

DuPont announces name change for Dow Microbial Control

New brand represents rich heritage of two market leaders with combined global power to advance microbial control innovation and bio-based solutions for a better tomorrow.

Majority of voters support increasing federal investment in water infrastructure

Results from the Fourth annual Value of Water Index show 85% of voters are in favor of federal funding for water infrastructure.

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