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EPA awards additional funds to New York and New Jersey

NEW YORK — The funds will be primarily used to upgrade sewage plants and drinking water systems throughout New York and New Jersey.


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Water treatment approaches for algal toxins in drinking water

BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s October issue, Technical Editor Dr. Joseph Cotruvo writes about algal toxins in drinking water.


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AMWA recognizes 15 public drinking water systems

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. — The Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies (AMWA) is an organization comprised of the largest public drinking water systems in the U.S.


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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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Animal Planet’s ‘Tanked’ to feature GF Piping Systems

IRVINE, Calif. — GF Piping Systems is a supplier of pipes, manual and actuated valves, fittings, sensors and instrumentation for a variety of applications including water treatment, cooling and chemical conveyance.


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WaterTech e-News Daily Saturday Crossword

BIRMINGHAM — Check out our weekly crossword challenge.


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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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The benefits of urban water conservation

BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s October issue, Larry Levine, contributing author, writes about the current water challenges facing the U.S. and the importance of water conservation.


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USGS awards grants to four university programs

RESTON, Va. — Proposals from programs at Purdue University, University of Iowa, University of Maryland and the University of Nebraska were awarded approximately $1 million in  grants.


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HaloSource announces partnership with Jarden Consumer Solutions

BOTHELL, Wash. — The collaboration will launch a line of consumer drinking water products in Latin America.


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