Results indicate that up to 1 in 3 people will be exposed to a high risk of water pollution in 2050
According to a global study by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and Veolia, the world is on a path toward
The convention and trade show will be held June 11 to 13, 2015, at Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, Fla.
The Florida Water Quality Assn. (FWQA) announced its 2015 Convention and Trade Show scheduled for June 11 to 13, 2015, at Caribe Royale Resort in Orlando, Fla.
This year’s event will be kicked off with the Rusty Schoenthaler Annual Golf Tournament at Hawk’s Landing Golf Course on Thursday, June 11. That evening, attendees will enjoy hospitality suites, which offer fellowship with other water conditioning professionals and provide a networking opportunity.
The organization is encouraging collaboration to address the actions required to ensure global water sustainability
Government ministers from approximately 170 countries with responsibility for water and management of national water policies will join thousands of water experts and industry professionals from April 12 to 17, 2015, at the 7th World Water Forum in Korea.
The company will provide water treatment cost models and regulatory analysis tools under a new blanket purchase agreement
To help the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulate contaminants in drinking water, Abt Associates will provide water treatment cost models and regulatory analysis tools under a new blanket purchase agreement with the EPA’s Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water, which develops national drinking water regulations.
The Symphony intelligent water quality and efficiency software system bridges currently separate building management data sets of water chemistry and heat exchanger efficiency. The aggregated data of key performance indicators is calculated into a single number, called the Nexus Number, which represents the overall efficiency of a cooling system. The system features continuous commissioning architecture with 24/7 remote access for building owners and facility managers.
The goal of the executive order is to reduce the state's water usage by 25%
Following the lowest snowpack ever recorded and with no end to the drought in sight, California Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. announced actions that will save water, increase enforcement to prevent wasteful water use, streamline the state's drought response and invest in new technologies that will make California more drought resilient.
The bill is designed to reduce federal, state and local costs of providing high-quality drinking water to millions of Americans in rural communities by facilitating greater use of cost-effective alternatives
The Water Supply Cost Savings Act, H.R. 1160, has been reintroduced in the 114th Congress by Rep. Marlin Stutzman (R-IN). The act is a bill to reduce federal, state and local costs of providing high-quality drinking water to millions of Americans in rural communities by facilitating greater use of cost-effective alternatives like water well systems.
"The Savings Act is a simple, common-sense bill that can save taxpayer dollars and, importantly, help rural communities gain access to much needed high-quality drinking water," Stutzman said.
Panel of experts met to raise awareness about the importance of protecting the Great Lakes and addressing the global water crisis
Evanston, Ill.-based Rotary Intl., an international humanitarian service organization, hosted a free public panel discussion titled "Tap Into Lake Michigan: A Local Perspective on the Global Water Crisis," on March 31 to raise awareness about the importance of water conservation, protecting our Great Lakes and the ways to address the global water crisis.
The panel moderator, Debra Shore, commissioner of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, spoke about Chicago’s water history and the important role Lake Michigan plays in the city.
Researchers have identified a regularly recurring pattern of global water use in recent centuries
Population growth could cause global demand for water to outpace supply by mid-century if current levels of consumption continue. But it wouldn't be the first time this has happened, according to a Duke University study.
Industry experts will discuss water conservation and give a local perspective on the global water crisis
With the exception of the polar ice caps, the Great Lakes system is the largest source of freshwater in the world. Lake Michigan is the largest public drinking water supply in Illinois, serving nearly 6.6 million people who use close to 1 billion gal of water each day.