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IDA accepting Fellowship Award Program applications

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TOPSFIELD, Mass. — Applicants for the Fellowship Award Program must be International Desalination Association (IDA) members and possess eight to 10 years of working experience in the field of desalination and/or water reuse.


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U.S. Department of Commerce awards AWWA

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DENVER — The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is one of eight non-profit organizations selected to receive a total of approximately $2.2 million in awards.


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NGWREF awards grant for bioremediation of groundwater research project

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WESTERVILLE, Ohio — The National Ground Water Research and Educational Foundation (NGWREF) will fund Daqian Jiang $8,000 for his project, “Electrochemically Enhanced Bioremediation for Attenuation of Arsenic, Nitrate and Emerging Contaminants in Groundwater.”


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Sea-Land Chemical Company signs distribution agreement

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WESTLAKE, Ohio — Sea-Land Chemical Company is an employee-owned distributor of specialty chemicals.


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EPA orders four Buffalo gas stations to pay penalties

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NEW YORK — In August 2012 the gasoline stations were issued a complaint alleging violations of several federal regulations that protect water from petroleum contamination.


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GLRI supplies funds to target harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie

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WASHINGTON — The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) will grant nearly $12 million in funds to federal and state agencies to protect public health.


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USDA assists in improving soil and water quality in Lake Champlain

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BURLINGTON, Vt. — Lake Champlain has been intermittently plagued by blue-green algae blooms, a result of degraded water quality primarily due to phosphorous pollution, which can periodically become toxic.


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USDA and Interior sign Central Arizona joint watershed restoration agreement

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PAYSON, Ariz. — The agreement is a pilot project of the Western Watershed Enhancement Partnership intended to reduce the risk of costly wildfires and their impact on western watersheds as part of the Climate Action Plan.


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NACWA and NMPF to sign Memorandum of Understanding

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WASHINGTON — The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) will come together in efforts to make watershed-level water quality improvements.


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USDA supplies conservation funds to Hurricane Sandy victims

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WASHINGTON — The funding will assist communities in New Jersey, Connecticut and New York still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, which raged through the Northeast coast on Oct. 29, 2012.


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