Inconsistent federal, state and local laws are undercutting groundwater protection efforts in the United States.
- By Michael E. Covert, P.G.
- Jan 14, 2010
University of Nevada, Reno researcher is developing a salt-gradient stratification process that traps the heat that powers distillation system patented by the university.
University of Michigan researchers have developed an inexpensive biosensor for drinking water treatment plants.
Oracle Utilities worked with O'Keeffe & Company to tap into the thinking of 1,210 adults and 302 water utility managers in the United States and Canada about water conservation.
- By L.K. Williams, EPonline
- Jan 11, 2010
These subsidiaries of Suez Environnement have set aside more than $1.2 million in funding for four research projects.
The U.S. Geological Survey says information about copper, lithium, rare earth elements, uranium, and phosphate resources is important for security and land-use decisions.
Twenty of 49 potentially responsible parties will now have to contribute funds for the cleanup of the Sutton Brook Disposal Area Superfund Site.
National Institute of Standards and Technology's Technology Innovation Program is supporting the development of a robotic platform that will repair and retrofit deteriorating water mains nationwide.
Stricter low-lead requirements that will be mandatory in California and Vermont starting Jan. 1, 2010.
The irrigation water typically speeds through soil cracks without interacting with the soil, says Eve Hinckley.
Directed to small public water systems, the review draft is titled "Control and Mitigation of Drinking Water Losses in Distribution Systems."
Environmental Working Group report ranked TMWA and SNWA very low on its recently publicized list of quality drinking water.
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission staff and contractors detail inspection program, use of state-of-the-art technologies to inspect large mains, help prevent future breaks.
The report, prepared by CH2M Hill, supports the advantages provided by vessel-based desalination from Water Standards.
Students are using boreholes to map patterns of groundwater flow and record variations in temperature, chemical composition and pressure.
The shaped graphene structures could be used as building blocks of nanodevices with unique mechanical, electrical or optical properties.
Letter to lawmakers refers to delays caused by "Buy American" restrictions on stimulus funding for water and wastewater projects.
The American Water Works Association is accepting abstracts until Feb. 16 for the 2010 Water Quality Technology Conference and Exposition that will be held Nov. 14-18 in Savannah, Ga.