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Illinois schools find lead in water
Dec 13 2017
Five water sources in the Park Ridge-Niles school district near Chicago tested positive for elevated levels of lead. The tests, performed by United...
Grand Rapids establishes new lead pipe replacement policy
Dec 12 2017
The City of Grand Rapids, Mich., changed its policy to now cover the entire cost of replacing lead water lines. Previously, the city would pay for...
Private well owners search for answers
Dec 11 2017
Private well owners near the Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash., are still drinking bottled water seven months after high levels of perfluorinated...
EPA recognizes water quality testing project in Rio Grande
Dec 7 2017
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Gulf of Mexico Program recently announced the Rio Grande International Study Center (RGISC) Mexico...
Flint, Mich., considers ending bottled water distribution
Dec 7 2017
Michigan state officials met Nov. 6 to discuss the recovery of Flint, Mich., water quality and the possibility of ending bottled water distribution...
Kroger recalls purified drinking water
Dec 6 2017
On Dec. 4, the grocery chain Kroger recalled “Comfort for Baby Purified Water with Fluoride Added.” The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)...
London mayor plans public drinking water fountains
Dec 6 2017
London’s mayor, Sadiq Khan, announced Nov. 4 plans to expand public drinking water fountains. Additionally, the mayor proposed regulations requiring...
WQP Top Dealers of 2017
Dec 5 2017
Each month, WQP recognizes a water treatment dealer who exemplifies the values of hard work, customer service, professional development and...
Nebraska proposes new groundwater regulations
Dec 5 2017
Nebraska has updated regulations protecting water quality for the first time in 20 years. The proposed changes would control groundwater pumping and...
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