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May 6 2020
In the wake of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has launched a research effort to investigate the…
May 5 2020
Commercial buildings across the U.S.–including schools, office buildings, hotels, resorts, restaurants, childcare facilities and more–have closed…
May 5 2020
The State Water Resources Control Board will provide approximately $5 million in grant funds for testing and remediation of lead in drinking water at…
May 4 2020
A permit has been upheld allowing Nestle Waters North America’s plans to withdraw 576,000 gallons of groundwater per day from the headwaters of two…
May 4 2020
WQP Associate Editor Cristina Tuser interviewed Casey Taylor, CEO for Waterlogic Americas, regarding a new report on global workplace water…
May 4 2020
What if someone told you that you could dramatically increase engagement with your social media, drive more traffic to your website and give your…
May 4 2020
By the end of this year the latest updates to the life-saving Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act (VGBA) will be in full effect, mandating…
May 4 2020
In 2020, lead generation success will be built on a balance of physical and digital. Back in the 1970s, the average consumer in the U.S. saw around…
May 4 2020
In the water treatment market, at some point, you are likely to have a client ask to have their water tested. The big question is: “Tested for what…
May 1 2020
When a car dealership in Pennsylvania found the perfect piece of land for an expansion project, the price seemed too good to be true. Turned out, it…
University of Wyoming AMK Ranch Research Center, adjacent to Grand Teton National Park’s Jenny Lake, needed a treatment solution that could comply with federal wastewater regulations for national parks.
University of Wyoming AMK Ranch Research Center, adjacent to Grand Teton National Park’s Jenny Lake, needed a treatment solution that could comply with federal wastewater regulations for national parks.
May 1 2020
Web Exclusive Content: Wondering what the best treatment solution is for your community? Our author Dennis Hallahan, technical director for…
May 1 2020
It seems like there are a thousand choices for softening resins available. Some are made in China or India, while others are made in the U.S. There…
May 1 2020
To accommodate a growing population, officials in the small Minnesota city of St. Francis sought to replace a 1970s-era wastewater treatment facility…
May 1 2020
What is your recipe for succession? Whether you just launched a new company or you have been in the business for 30-plus years, a succession plan is…
May 1 2020
While I rarely dedicate this space to the same topic two months in a row, current circumstances call for us all to operate beyond the norm. Despite…
May 1 2020
New WQA Social Media Toolkit is Online WQA has released a consumer-oriented Q&A from WQA to help worried customers during the COVID-19 (…
May 1 2020
As Buffalo River conservation work is still occurring in the middle of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, two multimillion-dollar federal grants…
Apr 30 2020
Providence Water, the state’s largest water utility, stopped installing lead service lines in 1945. Nevertheless, about one out of every six of its…
Apr 29 2020
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have contaminated soil and water near an incinerator in upstate New York that has been burning…
Apr 28 2020
A Westmoreland County nursing home infected with COVID-19 (the coronavirus) has tested positive for the bacteria that causes Legionnaires’ disease.…
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