To resolve Clean Water Act issues related to 10 crude oil spills in four states, Houston-based Plains Pipeline will pay a $3.25 million penalty and install controls or new pipe to prevent future spills.
Details on how to register for the Aug. 25 webcast are available on the American Water Works Association website.
"Science for Environment Policy" is offered free from the European Commission DG's Environment.
Iowa's environmental agency has identified 183 waterbodies that need water quality improvements.
The searchable database will help water utilities identify relevant impacts and help them target their responses.
Terrabon's AdVe technology will increase water supply at the Santa Isabel Water Treatment Plant.
University of Arkansas researchers took a look at streams and land use surveys to determine that restoration of urban streams cannot be based on the characteristics of streams in agricultural or forested settings.
The company is working with Focus Wildlife, the Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to minimize the impact on birds and wildlife in the area. A bird and wildlife rehabilitation center is now operational.
The federal agency is providing a review of current regulation and a summary of the revisions the agency is considering on Aug. 24 and 26.
The summit will be hosted by the American Society of Plumbing Engineers Oct. 30 through Nov. 3.
The project will bring Carrizo Aquifer Supply to San Antonio, enough water for 40,000 households per year.
CH2M Hill provides design consulting for pilot-scale testing and research facility at the hub of the Centre.
A Tetra Tech analysis found that the Great Plains and the Southwest are at extreme risk for water sustainability.
Udall, Whitehouse bill would establish regional Centers of Excellence for green infrastructure.
The Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission is responding to a gap in technology while the Kentucky Waterways Alliance voices its concern for the river.
Researchers hope to find the amplitudes and frequences that will immobilize cyanobacteria without release its toxins.
In the city of Tangshan on the Yellow Sea, the Chinese plant constructor Hangzhou Xidoumen is building a 110,000 cubic meters per day seawater treatment plant.
Better irrigation, drought-tolerant grasses, and rainwater harvesting are a few of the suggestions from the "Sprayed Away" report.
The painting company has invested in a system that turns sludgy, paint-wash residue into clear water and harmless solids.
The two new methods provide analytical services for such contaminants as pharmaceutical and personal care products.