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LGAC holds workgroup meeting on EPA’s proposed CWA rule

BOSTON — EPA’s Local Government Advisory Committee (LGAC) has previously made formal recommendations on issues ranging from climate change resiliency and air quality to worker protection standards.


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Third-party certification available for Wisconsin

LISLE, Ill. — As of Sept. 27, water treatment devices certified for material safety and contaminant reduction by an American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-accredited body will no longer need state approval to be sold in Wisconsin.


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Johnson Foundation at Wingspread releases CNW report

NEW ORLEANS — The final Charting New Waters (CNW) report contains a set of recommendations to catalyze transformative changes in how the U.S. manages its fresh water resources in the face of climate change, failing infrastructure, drought, extreme storms and other critical challenges.


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Industry veteran receives NGWA Life Member Award

WESTERVILLE, Ohio — Richard Henkle began his 60-year groundwater industry career as a driller’s helper while still in junior high school.


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Sonitec-Vortisand appoints regional sales manager

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Nikhil Bhatia has over seven years of HVAC and district cooling experience in the region with knowledge of the local market and its water-related challenges.


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American Water Summit 2014 – Don’t miss out

HOUSTON — The American Water Summit 2014 is scheduled to take place Oct. 23-24.


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Water’s role in brewing beer

BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s July issue, Khushbu Karan and Myron Petro, contributing authors, write about how the type and quality of water can affect the beer brewing process.


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Heuvelton company agrees to reduce discharged pollutants in Oswegatchie River

NEW YORK — Losurdo Foods Inc. has agreed to upgrade its cheese manufacturing equipment, resulting in a 16 percent reduction in the amount of nitrate compounds and a 50 percent reduction in the amount of wastewater it sends to the Heuvelton water treatment plant each year.


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SCORe program receives IWA Global Grand Award

DENVER — The Sewer Corrosion and Odour Research (SCORe) program, jointly delivered by CH2M HILL along with the firm’s five research and eleven industry partners, is the largest, worldwide research project focused on sewer corrosion and odor.


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Virgina Department of Environmental Quality approves stormwater filtration device

LITTLETON, Colo. — Perk Filter™ is a stormwater media filtration device used to reduce pollutant loading in runoff from urban developments.


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