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Mar 17 2020
More than $87 million in federal funds appropriated for fixing Flint’s infrastructure after the city’s lead in water crisis has not been collected. …
Mar 16 2020
A new bill from Senate Democrats would roll out $20 billion in funding to remove PFAS from water. The bill, Providing Financial Assistance to States…
Mar 13 2020
A new policy report, Electronic Registration Systems for Cooling Towers – Improving Public Health and Sustainability Outcomes, was created to improve…
Mar 12 2020
World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the COVID-19 a pandemic.  "WHO has been assessing this outbreak around the clock and we are deeply…
Mar 11 2020
According to a Mar. 3, 2020 letter from the Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE), Flint is in violation of the Safe Drinking…
Mar 10 2020
The following is a press release the Water Quality Association (WQA) released on Thursday, March 12, 2020, regarding the upcoming WQA Convention…
Mar 10 2020
Bottle water companies may soon have to ensure their products meet the same standards as public drinking water in New Hampshire.  Talk of testing for…
Mar 9 2020
A new water quality lab in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania has broken ground. The lab is part of Aqua Pennsylvania's effort to protect the public health and…
Mar 6 2020
The replacement and rerouting of more than 3,600 feet of underground storm sewer lines is occurring at the old Buick City site on Flint’s north side…
Mar 5 2020
The U.S. EPA has extended the public comment period on the draft Clean Water Act permit for New Hampshire's Great Bay by 30 days. The new deadline…
Mar 4 2020
Bay City, Michigan officials are sending letters to residents regarding the city's long-term plan to replace all lead water lines. The lead service…
Mar 3 2020
DuPont Co. must pay a combined $50 million to a testicular cancer survivor and his wife in Ohio for allegedly providing per- and polyfluoroalkyl…
Mar 2 2020
Anacostia Riverkeeper, an environmental group, is trying to fill in water quality gaps by partnering with the artificial intelligence company…
Feb 28 2020
The U.S. EPA is involved in multiple per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)-related criminal investigations. The EPA acknowledged this in its…
young professionals in water summit
Above, YP Summit guest speakers pose together following the event.
Feb 27 2020
The 2020 American Water Works Association (AWWA)/ Water Environment Federation (WEF) Young Professionals Summit was packed with social media moments…
Feb 27 2020
The National Rural Water Association (NRWA) filed a lawsuit against per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) manufacturers for making and selling…
Feb 26 2020
Denver Water is adjusting the pH level of the water it delivers to its customers as part of its long-term program to reduce lead contamination. …
Feb 25 2020
Linn County, Iowa, residents are being invited to contribute their ideas to the creation of a five-year Soil and Water Resource Conservation Plan.…
Feb 24 2020
The Arkansas Department of Education will test for lead in the drinking water of schools and early childhood centers.  The department received a $450…
Feb 21 2020
The U.S. EPA announced it would regulate per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). “Under President Trump’s leadership, EPA is following through on…
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