The Ground Water Protection Council and Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission unveiled the nation’s first single-source website disclosing additives used in hydraulic fracturing on a well-by-well basis.
The new plan should control the Delaware River's salt line and thereby protect aquatic life and drinking water supply that is shared with New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania.
The accredited lab also has been automated to help plastic pipe manufacturers meet regulatory testing requirements with expedited turn-around times.
The funds will go toward improving water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure as well as watershed, landfill, and recycling projects.
Utility leaders are approaching Congress in more than 400 meetings during the first American Water Works Association and Water Environment Federation fly in.
The agency is working with the city and the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board to determine the amount of perchlorate at the site.
Stephen R. Carpenter wins Stockholm Water Prize; WEF and IWA name water champions; WaterSense and American Water partner on PSAs.
Both Senate and House lawmakers have offered versions of the legislation that was introduced in 2009.
The AWWA section will leverage the company's platform for its online training and member communication.
Through its ChemMatters magazine, the American Chemical Society is educating youth about wastewater treatment processing.
EPA has designated 30 unregulated contaminants for monitoring in water systems and is seeking public comment before it finalizes the list.
The company says the high-pressure desalination pumps offer nearly 90 percent efficiencies and complement its isobaric and centrifugal energy recovery technologies.
New water fixtures in restrooms at the airport's passenger terminals are saving 5.5 million gallons per month.
Partners used stimulus funding to expand solar panels that run electrical resistance heating system to clean up groundwater at the Frontier Fertilizer Superfund site.
McGill researchers develop a new and inexpensive way of filtering water using silver nanoparticles.
Natural estrogen from multiple sources actually accounts for much more of the total contribution.
Questions from prospective applicants about the competitive opportunity must be received before March 28 and applications must be received by April 11.
The technology continuously uses ion exchange resin to "dial-in" the removal of salts in wastewater.
Though the Great Lakes are the largest freshwater system on Earth, the basin has the potential for local shortages, according to a new basinwide water availability assessment by the U.S. Geological Survey.
EPA awarded the foundation $600,000 to help determine if the technologies could reduce the need to replace lead lines that carry drinking water.