Contaminant Removal

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Emerging Contaminants

New EPA data finds 44 million people have PFAS in their drinking water

Nov. 14, 2023
The latest test results from EPA’s UCMR5 confirm that at least 44 million people have PFAS in their drinking water — while only about one-third of the nation’s drinking water ...
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An illustration of the “smart rust” nanoparticle attracting floating estrogen molecules.
Web Exclusive

Microbes: An Important Piece to the Water Quality Puzzle

March 10, 2022
Bioaugmentation and bioremediation harness and enhance natural biodegradation processes, helping prepare wastewater for release
Contaminant Removal

Colorado Issues Cease & Desist for Nederland-area Mine Leaking Heavy Metals into Water

Dec. 1, 2021
The order was given to the current owners Grand Island Resources on Nov. 5.
Drinking Water

Pipeline Developer Charged Due to Drinking Water Contamination in Pennsylvania

Oct. 6, 2021
Sunoco Pipeline LP, owned by Energy Transfer, spilled thousands of gallons of drilling fluid in 2020, contaminating water supplies.
pfas regulations

Regulatory Update: Next Steps in Regulating PFAS

Aug. 13, 2021
This article originally appeared in WQP June 2020 issue as "Regulatory Determination"
Resins, Ion Exchange

Radium Removal

Aug. 10, 2021
About the author: Frank DeSilva is national sales manager for ResinTech, Inc. He can be reached at 760.809.4864, or by e-mail at [email protected]. The Radionuclide Rule ...