In part one of a special two-part podcast with EPA, Water Technology Assistant EditorMaria Woodie interviews Mitchell “Mitch” Kostich, research biologist with EPA’s Office of Research and Development, on pharmaceuticals in wastewater.
SAN FRANCISCO — HJ Science & Technology Inc. will receive a $300,000 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant to build a portable “lab-on-a-chip” instrument that monitors and detects cyanotoxin levels in surface waters.
WASHINGTON — The Hamilton Project, using newly released data, presents an economic analysis and accompanying interactive feature to illustrate the variation in the level and nature of water use across the U.S.
BOSTON — Bluefield Research reports wastewater treatment spending for fracking is expected to rise almost three-fold, from $138 million in 2014 to $357 million in 2020.
DENVER — Congress has passed a continuing resolution to keep the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) running until early December.
What is the net, long-term effect of consuming water containing traces of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs)? Researchers don’t yet know, but they are working hard to find out.