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.
The agency approved changes for 64 waterbodies and is finalizing action on 19 others.
Minor amendments to the Clean Water Act require that only analytical test methods that can detect and measure pollutants at or below the respective water quality critieria can be used for NPDES permit application.
Washing fecal contamination from hands should be investigated as a strategy to improve stored drinking water quality, researchers say.
Singapore, Australia and The Philippines are among the winners who were announced during Singapore International Water Week 2010.
EPA will host experts from Minnesota, Wisconsin and Maine at the July 15 online seminar.
The Department of Environmental Quality has approved the pilot take-back program, which begins today.
RS Hydro will install more than 250 flow monitoring stations for the cement supplier, using Siemens and Adcon technologies.
The revised regulation requires CAFOs that discharge to seek coverage under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit.
The public is invited to various meetings in Texas, Colorado, Pennsylvania and New York during the month of July.
Covering 10 percent of a watershed with impervious cover can cause as much as one-third of a decline in pollution-sensitive aquatic insects.
The water wholesaler is inviting design-build entities to submit qualifications.
Envirogen Technologies helps a California supplier treat contamination and bring decommissioned well back online.
New research center is going for a Silver LEED rating and will use LT Technologies' systems to help achieve it.
The agency issued administrative orders to road and property development construction entities in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina and Tennessee.
Data from the study will be fed into hydraulic models and ultimately will help authorities make informed decisions about water uses.
Low-cost canine method could replace DNA-based technique.