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According to nearby residents, a proposed change to pollution regulation could damage Ohio River water quality
According to nearby residents, a proposed change to pollution regulation could damage Ohio River water quality.
Apr 2 2019
In Pittsburgh, Penn., compliance with regulations restricting pollutants discharged into the Ohio River by coal-fired power plants, oil and gas…
The EPA Acting Administrator visited Denver on Friday and announced new WIFIA funding
The EPA Acting Administrator visited Denver on Friday and announced new WIFIA funding.
Apr 1 2019
On Friday, Mar. 29, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler visited Denver, Colo. where he announced new funding…
Mar 29 2019
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer directed the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) to start creating drinking water standards for per-…
Mar 28 2019
WQP Managing Editor Amy McIntosh presents five new products from the March 2019 issue of WQP.
Mar 28 2019
Lawmakers in Massachusetts have proposed legislation to improve drinking water quality in schools by targeting lead. The proposed legislation would…
Mar 27 2019
A new study released by researchers from the Council of Agricultural Science and Technology examines the causes and consequences of groundwater…
Mar 26 2019
The Water Quality Assn. held its fourth annual DC Fly-In and Water Resources Congressional Summit March 5 and 6, 2019. WQP was there as members met…
Mar 26 2019
On March 25, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) ordered five chemical manufacturers to assess the extent of drinking water…
Mar 25 2019
Produce washing and equipment clean-in-place systems play a vital role in food processing plants, ensuring that fruits and vegetables are clean and…
Mar 25 2019
Flooding along the Missouri River has impaired drinking water supplies in Kansas City, Mo. The city’s public water utility has asked residents to…
Mar 25 2019
A report released by the advocate groups Environment American Research & Policy Center and the U.S. PIRG Education Fund gave 22 states an “F”…
Jennifer McIntosh
Jennifer McIntosh
Mar 22 2019
In rural areas of the U.S., water drawn from wells is vital for both human consumption and agricultural use. In the past, studies have posited that…
Mar 22 2019
Let’s face it, social media marketing is not a water dealership’s main focus. Your focus is on providing your customers the best water quality…
Mar 22 2019
A report published in the medical journal The Lancet concluded that the lack of safe drinking water and proper sanitation take a greater toll on…
Mar 22 2019
The mainstream news continues to be dominated by headlines about Flint, Mich.’s water crisis with no immediate and affordable solution in sight.…
Mar 22 2019
It goes without saying that women are important members of the water industry and significantly contribute to the advancement of our businesses and…
Mar 22 2019
Back in 1961, a bunch of like-minded folks got together to solve a problem in Medina Lake, Texas. All too often, fires had ravaged homes, vehicles…
Mar 22 2019
Prewitt, N.M., resident Marie Jones has never had running water in the house her father built, despite repeated pleas for help. But thanks to the…
Mike Lowrie founded Shiloh Water Systems in 1999 after more than 20 years in the water industry.
Mike Lowrie founded Shiloh Water Systems in 1999 after more than 20 years in the water industry.
Mar 22 2019
Mike Lowrie founded Shiloh Water Systems, located in Mount Angel, Ore., in 1999, after more than 20 years in the water treatment industry. However,…
Mar 22 2019
In last month’s issue, I wrote about how water treatment professionals can enact change by meeting with lawmakers to tout their issues and expertise…
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