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Cynthia Dougherty will start the agency's outreach campaign to build a new drinking strategy at the American Water Works Association conference.
Deeper wells will be useful for safer drinking water, but not for irrigation water that relies on mechanized pumps that speed arsenic migration.
The Water Environment Federation and the American Water Works Association invite organizations to contribute documents, videos and links to benefit job seekers and employers.
The newly formed team will share knowledge and expertise to advance sustainable initiatives, global sanitation and plumbing products and services overall.
The International Water Association will award the global grand prize in Montreal in September.
Singapore International Water Week provides a platform for finding viable water solutions, which are critical for the sustainable growth of cities worldwide.
- By Michael Toh
- Jun 05, 2010
Since 1993, Ek Sonn Chan and his team have refurbished the supply system and introduced cost-effective billing and collection.
Funds will be used to help build fresh drinking water wells through the ClearBlue Project and Hands on the World Global Inc.
The Smart Growth Leadership Institute will work with the state to align its land use and water protection programs.
Research provides insight into conditions needed to produce nitrogen fixation.
Water Enabled Technologies and Clemson University signed a memorandum of understanding in which the university will help develop products for a new water desalination process.
Inventors suggest The HYDRA will be an asset to medical clinics, schools, remote communities, and disaster relief agencies.
Wholesaler says efforts must continue to reach 20 percent by 2020.
EPA awards nearly $2.5 million for the commercialization of ingenious technologies through the Small Business Innovation Research program.
The company will evaluate energy efficient, reverse osmosis membranes for shipboard use.
The Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority also will pay a $1 million civil penalty and spend an additional $2.5 million to improve lake water quality.