The American Water Works Association advised the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs that local decision-making is critical to water security and public health.
The Center for American Progress study says 554 treatment plants have switched from chlorine gas to UV disinfection or liquid bleach.
EPA has completed a draft of the report Congress requested in 2008 and would like to hear your feedback.
Black & Veatch has designed the stimulus-funded facility to lower vehicle emissions, use renewable energy, and improve reliability.
The International Code Council supports World Plumbing Day on March 11 and other initiatives that help communities protect the environment and natural resources.
EPA selected the facility for a Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant Excellence Award.
The project will include two super oxygenating cones that will introduce oxygen into the effluent before discharging to the Savannah River.
American Water's zero discharge wastewater treatment plant provides irrigation water to schools, parks, and greenbelt areas in Fillmore, Calif.
New subsidiary to include existing ventures Best Sand Corporation, Wedron Silica Co., and technology licensed from Kinetico Inc.
Guam, the Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands, and American Samoa get a funding boost from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
The Santa Clara Valley Water District Board recently approved two agreements with the City of San Jose to build a new advanced water treatment facility that will produce highly purified recycled water.
The plaintiffs in Gilbert v. Synagro and Jasinski v. Synagro allege that the defendants’ sludge-related activities have been conducted negligently and have interfered with the use and enjoyment of their property.
The United States' eighth largest water/wastewater utility has released an Envista service that will help it manage construction and maintenance projects cost effectively.
The Millstone Power Station will need to take steps to protect aquatic life and study the cooling system, however.
Mark Peckham and his company will pay civil penalties related to the illegal discharge of pollutants into West Point's wastewater treatment system.
Hearings are slated for Feb. 23 and 24 but comments will be accepted through March 31.
The West Basin Municipal Water board supports the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2010 that will bring more than $11 billion in bond funding to improve California's water situation.