When people find out I am involved with the water treatment industry, there is one topic that almost always comes up: the ongoing drought in California and other states, and what is being done about it.
Approximately 2,500 tons of coal ash and river sediment have been removed from the location
Duke Energy has completed cleanup work along the Dan River just upstream of the Schoolfield Dam in Danville, Va. Completion of the work was reviewed and approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Validated disruptive UV technology positions company for rapid growth
NeoTech Aqua Solutions Inc. added Jeff Green, founder and CEO of NeoTech, to its board of directors.
Water reclamation, transport project would provide large, sustainable source of water
The Augustin Plains Ranch LLC (APR) has submitted its application for a permit to pump, reclaim and then transport 54,000 acre-ft of water per year (AFY) from its location near Datil, N.M., to those Rio Grande River communities that are most in need.
R&D Magazine names Tequatic Plus filter one of the 100 most influential innovations in 2013
Less than a year after its global launch, R&D Magazine the Tequatic Plus fine particle filter as a groundbreaking solution for treating difficult, high-solids water.
The abstract submission deadline is Friday, July 18, 2014
The WateReuse Assn. will host the 2015 Industrial and Commercial Water Reuse Conference in Austin, Texas on Feb. 2 to 3, 2015 — and there is still time to submit an abstract to be considered for a place on the podium. The abstract submission deadline is Friday, July 18, 2014.
Artists wrap New York's iconic water tanks in art, drawing attention to the global water crisis
Beginning July 2014, The Water Tank Project is encouraging New Yorkers to look up and be inspired by New York City's iconic water tanks wrapped in artwork by some of the world's best-known artists and influencers, to draw attention to the global water crisis.
EPA awards more than $144,000 to protect underground sources of drinking water from contamination
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently awarded $144,554 to the New Mexico Energy, Minerals & Natural Resources Department to operate and implement its Underground Injection Control (UIC) program. The UIC program helps protect underground sources of drinking water from contamination by regulating the construction and operation of injection wells.
Water filter distribution aims to improve the life quality of the people living in villages
In May and June 2014, PT. Rimba Raya Conservation (PT. RRC) distributed 750 units of water purification systems to six out of nine partner villages in the Seruyan Hilir and Danau Sembuluh sub-districts, Seruyan regency, Central Kalimantan province.
Via a press release, Vice President of Public & Government Relations for PT. Rimba Raya Conservation Nisa Jalil stated that six villages — Ulak Batu, Palingkau, Telaga Pulang, Jahitan, Muara Dua and dan Tajung Rengas — received the water filters.