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Environmental Issues

Growing consumer awareness of water supplies, usage, conservation, sustainability and waste have shifted thinking in the water treatment market.

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NSF International honors U.S. Rep. John Dingell for years of outstanding public service

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — NSF International, a global independent organization, writes standards, as well as tests and certifies products to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment.


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EPA supplies funding to monitor water quality in N.Y. and N.J. Harbor tributaries

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NEW YORK — EPA "citizen science" grants are used to help organizations collect information on water and air pollution in their communities, as well as find solutions to environmental and health problems.


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California announces new reporting requirement for water production and consumption

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ARCADIA, Calif. — Water utilities and suppliers can meet this requirement through automated production reports available through Sedaru, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution provided by IDModeling Inc.


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Recently published book examines environmental effects on Santa Cruz River

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RESTON, Va. — Impacts of manmade landscape change and unsustainable water use create ecological consequences.


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NSF International acquires laboratory portion of Jana Laboratories Inc.

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — NSF International, a global independent organization, writes standards as well as tests and certifies products for the water, health sciences, food and consumer goods industries to reduce adverse health effects and protect the environment.


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Kyoto World Water Grand Prize submissions now open

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MARSEILLE, France — The Kyoto World Water Grand Prize pursues grass-roots organizations involved in the field of water from developing countries.


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EPA concludes plan to address capping of two closed landfills in N.J.

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NEW YORK — The landfills are located in the townships of Cinnaminson and Delran, N.J.


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NAWCA stresses need for continued investment in water quality

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WASHINGTON — NACWA members collectively treat and reclaim more than 18 billion gallons of wastewater each day.


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USGS celebrates the 140th birthday of President Herbert Clark Hoover

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RESTON, Va. — Hoover, the second geologist President, was the only U.S. Geological Survey employee to hold office.


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EPA supplies grants for environmental stewardship projects in Michigan

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The grants will be awarded to Calvin College and the Great Lakes Fishery Trust.


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