ANDalyze Inc. is using DNA sensors that react with heavy metal ions to help water professionals detect contaminants and safeguard drinking water.
- By Marty Dugan
- Feb 12, 2010
Ultrafiltration technology from inge watertechnologies will be used for 1,600 drinking water plants in Pakistan.
The technique identifies gadolinium at low levels, offering a new tool to test for contamination.
Implementation of the conservation O&M program would let irrigators use seasonal water conservation measures to reduce real-time water withdrawals by about 17 percent.
Company did not comply with order to close underground storage tanks at two former Texaco gas stations in Pennsylvania.
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The research will evaluate treatment technology and California and other state guidelines and try to determine methods of disinfection suitable for nonpotable water.
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the Water Replenishment District agree that imported water supplies are expected to be problematic in 2010.
Maguire Group and O'Brien & Gere will help the city upgrade its filter system in a $39.5 million reconstruction project.
Water Research Foundation is still seeking requests for proposals on drinking water research related to climate change, greenhouse gas emissions, water quality, and operational issues.
Pacific Pipeline Systems will pay for the discharge of crude oil into Pyramid Lake in 2005, according to a settlement negotiated by the Justice Department and EPA.
CH2M HILL, in partnership with the city, is expected to complete the $690 million management initiative for Fort Lauderdale's water infrastructure one year ahead of schedule.
EPA orders authority to pay $57,000 for failing to comply with order to improve drinking water and wastewater systems.
Case studies highlight water system partnerships used to improve technical and financial capacity.