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Drinking water reservoir runs low in Kentucky
Drinking water reservoir runs low in Kentucky
Sep 24 2018
The Martin County, Ky., water district has declared a state of emergency due to critically low drinking water reservoir levels. The district’s intake…
Sep 21 2018
The Water Quality Assn. invited WQP to its Lisle, Ill., headquarters for a behind-the-scenes look into what happened after Hurricane Florence…
CSI Water Treatment hosted a training event in Ashland, Ohio
CSI Water Treatment hosted a training event in Ashland, Ohio
Sep 20 2018
CSI Water Treatment Hosts Training Event CSI Water Treatment hosted a bi-annual Platinum Training, Sept. 18 to 20, 2018, at their headquarters in…
WaterStep sends drinking water treatment aid to Hurricane Florence survivors
WaterStep sends drinking water treatment aid to Hurricane Florence survivors
Sep 20 2018
Louisville-based non-profit WaterStep sent a shipment of equipment and tools that produce safe water and disinfectant to aid those affected by…
Michigan town opposes new lead drinking water rules
Michigan town opposes new lead drinking water rules
Sep 20 2018
The Jackson, Mich., City Council voted unanimously to ask the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality to reconsider new lead and copper rules,…
Coal ash may contaminated drinking water in North Carolina
Coal ash may contaminated drinking water in North Carolina
Sep 17 2018
Duke Energy has reported the collapse of a coal ash landfill at the L.V. Sutton Power Station near Wilmington, N.C., due to Hurricane Florence…
WQA activates crisis response blog for water quality
WQA activates crisis response blog for water quality
Sep 13 2018
The Water Quality Assn. (WQA) has activated its crisis response blog to assist members and the public with frequent updates about the aftermath of…
Agreement reached on water infrastructure bill
Agreement reached on water infrastructure bill
Sep 13 2018
On Sept. 10, U.S. Senate and House lawmakers reached an agreement on America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018. Next, the bipartisan legislation…
Hog waste and coal ash pits pose threat to water quality as Hurricane Florence looms
Hog waste and coal ash pits pose threat to water quality as Hurricane Florence looms
Sep 13 2018
Hog farmers near the North Carolina coast have been hurrying to lower waste pools as Hurricane Florence nears the East Coast. The open-air waste…

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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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