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Jul 24 2019
In Parchment, Mich., residents are still concerned about the per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) found in drinking water one year ago.…
Jul 23 2019
In Rhinelander, Wis., officials shut down municipal well after excessive levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) were found. According…
Jul 22 2019
In Brooklyn, N.Y., Bushwick public schools found high levels of lead in drinking water. According to Bushwick Daily, the schools underwent testing…
Dr. Pat Breysse to deliver keynote at Legionella Conference 2019
Dr. Pat Breysse to deliver keynote at Legionella Conference 2019.
Jul 19 2019
Keynote Announced for Legionella Conference 2019 Pat Breysse, Ph.D., director of the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National…
Jul 18 2019
Oak Park, Ill. announced plans to provide $30,000 in water filters following village concerns that a water main replacement project may increase lead…
Jul 17 2019
In the community of Taft, Tenn., residents are concerned over water quality with a chicken house being built near wellheads that supply the community…
Jul 16 2019
New Hampshire has become the second U.S. state to dramatically lower the arsenic limit in drinking water.  According to New Hampshire Public Radio (…
Jul 15 2019
A hospital in Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada, has relied on bottled water for months after Legionella bacteria was detected in its water system. …
Jul 12 2019
UPDATED 2:00 P.M. CENTRAL: The U.S. House of Representatives passed its version of National Defense Authorization Act with language that addresses…
Jul 11 2019
New York state has set the lowest limit in the U.S. for PFAS in drinking water.  According to AP, the state’s health department plans said Health…
Jul 10 2019
The U.S. EPA awarded $959,049 to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) to protect the environment and human health. According to an EPA…
Photo courtesy of Brown and Caldwell.
Photo courtesy of Brown and Caldwell.
Jul 9 2019
Black & Veatch and Brown and Caldwell are collaborating on a water sustainability project in Winter Haven, Fla. According to a Brown and Caldwell…
Jul 8 2019
Lead has been detected in 20% of fixtures tested in California’s K-12 school campuses’ drinking water. According to the Environmental Working Group (…
Jul 5 2019
Webster, Mass., built a 2.5-million-gal-per-day treatment plant to remove iron and manganese from drinking water wells. According to South Coast…
Jul 4 2019
In Wake County, N.C., officials found that thousands of households may have unhealthy amounts of uranium and radon in their drinking water from…
Jul 3 2019
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned swimmers about a parasite that can live in pools for days at a time. According to The…
Jul 2 2019
Denver Water announced a proposal to replace the city’s old lead pipes that connect 90,000 homes to the city’s main waterline. According to CPR News…
Jul 1 2019
The Water Leaders Summit 2019 was held in Milwaukee June 26 to 27. The annual summit, hosted by The Water Council, brought together water leaders…
Jul 1 2019
The Senate voted to require the military and the U.S. EPA to set drinking water standards for per- and polyfluoralkyl substances (PFAS). The National…
The Water Council CEO Dean Amhaus opens the panel discussions for the Water Leaders Summit in Milwaukee.
The Water Council CEO Dean Amhaus opens the panel discussions for the Water Leaders Summit in Milwaukee.
Jul 1 2019
The Water Council kicked off the Water Leaders Summit in Milwaukee, Wis. June 26 with morning tours of A.O. Smith Corp. and Badger Meter facilities.…
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