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EPA receives LOIs for drinking water projects
EPA receives LOIs for drinking water projects
Aug 16 2018
The U.S. EPA received 62 letters of interest (LOIs) collectively requesting $9.1 billion in loans from a wide range of prospective borrowers in…
Chemours stops providing bottled water for wells impacted by emerging contaminant
Chemours stops providing bottled water for wells impacted by emerging contaminant
Aug 16 2018
Chemour, a spinoff of DuPont and producer of Teflon, announced it will stop providing bottled water to residents near the company’s Fayetteville, N.C…
Scientists develop groundwater monitoring plan
Scientists develop groundwater monitoring plan
Aug 15 2018
Scientists at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Savannah River National Laboratory have developed a method for…
Two main wells fail in rural California town
Two main wells fail in rural California town
Aug 14 2018
The two main wells serving Stratford, Calif., have experienced mechanical problems, requiring the town’s residents to truck in water from a local…
Aug 13 2018
Mike Warren, product manager for Watertronics, explains the water filtration demonstration project at Reed Street Yards, located outside Milwaukee's…
California groups receive water projects funding
California groups receive water projects funding
Aug 13 2018
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and the U.S. EPA announced grants to three California organizations, including Tejon Ranch…
Groundwater cleanup plan revamped in U.S. Virgin Islands
Groundwater cleanup plan revamped in U.S. Virgin Islands
Aug 10 2018
The U.S. EPA proposed a cleanup plan to modify current cleanup activities at the Tutu Wellfield Superfund Site on St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.…
Drinking water pipes may be vulnerable to bacteria due to softeners
Drinking water pipes may be vulnerable to bacteria due to softeners
Aug 9 2018
New research from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign found that softening agents may amplify the risk of pathogen release into municipal…
Researchers develop selective activated carbon water treatment system
Researchers develop selective activated carbon water treatment system
Aug 7 2018
Researchers from Rice University in Houston, Texas, developed a water treatment system that can be tuned to selectively pull toxins from drinking…

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It’s day two of the Water Quality Assn. (WQA) Convention & Exposition, and we’re ready for another day of education and exhibits. Even though the…
The WQP team has made it to Denver for the 2018 Water Quality Assn. Convention & Exposition. We, like many of you, are excited to see what this…
On Dec. 12, 2017, WBEZ-FM, Chicago’s public radio station, published a report detailing a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak at a Quincy, Ill., veterans…
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