Throughout September, water community will pay tribute to the contributions of Hispanic-Latino community
The American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) and the water community kicked off a celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Throughout September, AWWA and its members will pay tribute to the many contributions the Hispanic-Latino community has made to the water community, the nation and the world.
The University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Massachusetts Amherst to receive grants
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues its commitment to improving America’s drinking water by providing more than $8 million to create two national centers for research and innovation in small- to medium-sized drinking water systems.
Website redesign was WQA’s top strategic priority for 2014
The Water Quality Assn. (WQA) announced the re-launch of its website, www.wqa.org. The newly revamped and redesigned site, which was WQA’s top strategic priority for 2014, features many enhanced tools and an improved user experience.
WQA Communications Director Larry Deutsch announced the official launch at the association’s annual Mid-Year Leadership Conference in Williamsburg, Va.
W. Richard Laton received the Ross L. Oliver Award and the Keith E. Anderson Award
Hydrogeology Professor W. Richard Laton, Ph.D., PG, CHG, CPG, of California State University, Fullerton, received two 2014 awards from the National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA).
Laton received the Ross L. Oliver Award for outstanding contributions to the groundwater industry and the Keith E. Anderson Award for outstanding contributions to NGWA. The awards will be presented in December at NGWA’s Groundwater Expo & Annual Meeting in Las Vegas.
Tom Palkon is no longer with the association, effective Sept. 4
The Water Quality Assn. (WQA) announced that, effective Sept. 4, Interim Executive Director Tom Palkon is no longer with the association. The WQA board of governors named Palkon interim executive director following the departure of the association’s previous executive director, David Haataja.
The MAHC will help make swimming healthier and safer
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) launched the nation’s first voluntary guidelines based on science and best practices for improving health and safety at swimming pools and other aquatic venues: the Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC) 1st Edition.
The companies will provide purifiers and funds to help increase access to drinking water
HaloSource has entered into a new partnership with Eureka Forbes. This relationship aims to support CSR projects in India and also contribute to HaloPure water purification product sales for HaloSource.
Company’s drinking water business more than doubles revenue
HaloSource Inc. announced its trading update for the six-month period ending June 30, 2014, with total revenues for the period increasing by 24% to $7.3 million due to revenue growth across each segment of the business. The company’s drinking water business, a key component for future growth, delivered a particularly strong performance, more than doubling revenue.
eThekwini honored for its transformative and inclusive approach to providing water and sanitation
eThekwini Water and Sanitation, serving the Durban metropolitan area of South Africa, received the Stockholm Industry Water Award at a ceremony during World Water Week for its transformative and inclusive approach to providing water and sanitation.
Congress delegates to call for the human right to water and sanitation to be expressly included in new UN Sustainable Development Goals
More than 5,000 water experts and industry professionals from approximately 90 countries will come together at the International Water Assn.’s (IWA) World Water Congress and Exhibition in Lisbon, Portugal, Sept. 21 to 26, 2014, for five days of debate to identify and define new solutions to tackle the global water crisis.