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Water Technology speaks with Phil Rolchigo of Pentair

Water Technology Assistant Editor Maria Woodie interviews Phil Rolchigo, Ph.D., Pentair’s vice president of Global Technology, about wastewater recovery and the recent WEFTEC 2014 panel discussion he lead titled, “Resource Recovery from Wastewater: Emerging Trends.”


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ADB approves loans to finance water projects in India’s largest state

RAJASTHAN, India — Two loans totaling around $500 million will be used to help Rajasthan’s government finance water and wastewater improvements as well as better manage urban services.


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WWEM 2014 coming soon

TELFORD, England — WWEM 2014 will be bigger than ever before, featuring 130 exhibits representing more than 250 companies from around the world.


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Messe Frankfurt India’s environmental events showcase sustainable technologies

NEW DELHI — More than 50 companies from Canada, China, Finland, Israel, Spain and India displayed eco-innovations during Messe Frankfurt India’s environmental shows.


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ATP-IP reaches settlement over alleged unauthorized discharges into the Gulf of Mexico

WASHINGTON — ATP Infrastructure Partners LP (ATP-IP) will pay a $1 million civil penalty and perform corrective measures in response to alleged claims of unauthorized discharges of oil and chemicals into the Gulf of Mexico.


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World Water Works to bring wastewater technology to global market

OKLAHOMA CITY — World Water Works Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of wastewater treatment solutions.


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IWEA reveals 36th Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition speakers and technical tracks

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The Illinois Water Environment Association’s (IWEA) 36th Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition theme is “Life is Good Water…Renew for the Future.”


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EPA provides technical assistance to five communities

WASHINGTON — EPA technical assistance will help recipients meet Clean Water Act requirements for water management in a cost-effective and environmentally beneficial way.


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EPA awards funds to New York and New Jersey

NEW YORK — The provided funds will help improve water treatment facilities affected by Hurricane Sandy.


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Upgrading U.S. water and wastewater infrastructure could cost billions

NORTHFIELD, Ill. —A recent survey estimates $187.9 billion is needed by clean water agencies to comply with the Clean Water Act.


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