Covering the Water and Sewerage Industries
Among North Texas’ largest water suppliers is latest victim of cyberattack
The attack, recently detected by district officials, comes as numerous North Texas entities have faced similar breaches
Tempe starts testing wastewater for common viruses, including influenza
The East Valley city’s Wastewater BioIntel Program added a total of 12 new signals, which are categorized into three main sections.
Newly identified algal strains rich in phosphorous could improve wastewater treatment
NREL researchers sought to develop new technology for phosphorus removal from wastewater by maximizing the ability of algae to harness solar energy to efficiently accumulate and remove phosphorus from water, storing it inside the cell as polyphosphate.
Pricey project: Roswell turns to county for help with failing septic systems, new project
Mill estimated that the proposed collection system would cost $4 million to build, and the treatment plant would be around $2.8 million.
Mashpee election: Residents vote to spend $7.5 million on wastewater plan and design
State-mandated wastewater regulations will eventually force the town to address wastewater whether the community wants to or not.
EPA denies Chemours permission to ship PFAS-laden wastewater to NC, reversing course
The EPA said Chemours provided inaccurate information on its notification that it was planning to ship wastewater from its plant in the Netherlands to Fayetteville Works.
Wastewater Reverse Osmosis Membrane (Cellulose Acetate, Thin Film Composite) Market - Global Forecast to 2028
The global wastewater reverse osmosis membrane market size is projected to reach USD 1.6 billion by 2028 from USD 0.9 billion in 2023
Wastewater treatment plant construction could cause loud noises in Leonardtown
The $18.1 million project includes land next to the wastewater treatment plant that the town purchased for shellfish protection tanks.
Warren mayor approves funding for emergency repairs to wastewater plant
"The timing of this repair work is critical in order to minimize sludge cake hauling and disposal costs which will be approximately $30,000 per week," said Clor. "We are trying to get this repair done at lightning speed."
Lebanon negotiates water deal with IEDC
Lebanon leaders have brokered a deal with the state to ensure a robust water supply without paying for more infrastructure.