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New water filter draws moisture from the air
Feb 20 2018

Students from the University of Alberta, AB, Canada, have developed a prototype for a product that can convert moisture in the air into...

Feb 19 2018

WQP Managing Editor Amy McIntosh presents five new products for February 2018.

Feb 15 2018

The fiscal 2019 budget proposal, released Feb. 12 by the Trump Administration, proposed a $2.5 billion cut to the U.S. EPA. If approved...

Legionella conference to be held in Baltimore
Feb 15 2018

The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) International, a global public health and safety organization, is hosting the Legionella...

Feb 13 2018

Sewage from cesspools in Hawaii have threatened drinking water quality, coral reefs and beach health. According to the...

GenX investigation
Feb 9 2018

University of North Carolina Wilmington researchers have...

New lead contamination found near Wolverine Worldwide
Feb 8 2018

Recent tests have revealed high levels of lead in several wells in Plainfield Township, Mich., near the former headquarters of Wolverine...

The annual WQA D.C. fly-in is coming up
Feb 6 2018

The Water Quality Assn. (WQA) is gearing up for its annual D.C. Fly-In, an opportunity for members to join WQA staff in a two-day visit...

California proposed new water reuse bill
Feb 6 2018

California Sen. Scott Wiener proposed a new bill to expand...

California requires schools to undergo lead testing
Feb 5 2018

On Feb. 1, the California Department of Education announced that California public schools built before 2010 are required to test...

Nestle faces backlash from Michigan town
Feb 5 2018

Osceola Township, Mich., voted to appeal a county court’s ruling that allowed Nestle to pump more water from the Twin Creek River for...