California will receive the bulk of the DOI Title XVI Program money, funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, for projects involving water reuse and desalination.
PWN Technologies, the water supply utility for North Holland, launched a company to advance its technology, expertise, and solution designs.
Submerged membrane technology tackles biomass retention and solids-liquid separation with the collateral advantage of providing energy.
The alliance will package drip systems with onsite wastewater treatment systems.
Residents of the Lakes of Bliss Woods in Sugar Grove, Ill., will benefit when contractors green their neighborhood July 17-18.
Frost & Sullivan sees market growth in energy efficiency, waste reduction, resource recovery, and water reuse and recycling.
The Clark County Water Reclamation District has contract with Insituform Technolgoies to perform rehabilitation on about 23,000 feet of sewer pipe.
WateReuse Association,with American Water Works and the Water Environment Federation, have slated the 24th annual symposium for Sept. 13-16.
Dow Water & Process Solutions' general manager, Ian Barbour, explains how his business serves the industrial and municipal water treatment industry.
Recycled Water Stakeholders Group gets recognition for negotiating a new California policy on recycled water.
The organizations will pool resources to impact alternative sources of water supply.
The Water Environment Research Foundation will support new or ongoing projects that preserve resources and transform how wastewater and stormwater facilities protect public health.