Supplier News

  1. City Of Flowery Branch Adds Tertiary Treatment Capability With Kruger’s Hydrotech Discfilter Technology
    4/15/2016

    Kruger Inc., the Veolia business unit specializing in water, wastewater, and biosolids treatment solutions for municipalities, was awarded a contract from the City of Flowery Branch, GA to furnish one Hydrotech Discfilter system for their Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP).

  2. City Of Taylorville, IL Selects Neptune Benson’s ETS UV Disinfection For Drinking Water Treatment
    7/1/2015

    Neptune Benson is pleased to announce that ETS UV technology has been selected to provide ultraviolet disinfection (UV) systems for the new drinking water treatment facility in the City of Taylorville, Illinois.

  3. City Of Los Angeles Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant Selects Innovative Water Reuse Solution To Address Need For Water Security
    6/3/2015

    As California faces one of the most severe droughts on record, water reuse is an essential and sustainable solution that will help secure the state’s water needs.

  4. Neptune Announces Cityworks® Connector
    6/3/2015

    Neptune Technology Group Inc. (“Neptune”) announces the release of the Neptune Connector for Cityworks that provides data interoperability from Neptune’s N_SIGHT™ software suite for Neptune’s AMR and AMI systems  to the Cityworks Asset Management System for utilities, public works, and local government.

  5. Evoqua Commercializes Innovative Electrochemical Desalination Technology
    5/21/2014

    Evoqua Water Technologies has commercialized its innovative, optimized membrane electrochemical desalination technology for adjustable dissolved solids removal capability with its first OEM agreement.

  6. Evoqua Introduces Compact, Modular MEMCOR® CP II Ultrafiltration System For Industrial And Municipal Water Treatment Applications
    10/4/2013

    Evoqua Water Technologies has introduced the MEMCOR® CP II modular, pre-engineered ultrafiltration membrane system with a best-in-class, compact footprint and the latest MEMCOR PVDF membrane technology to simplify set-up, improve performance and reduce installation and operations costs

  7. World Water Monitoring Challenge Program Logs A Quarter-Million Visits To Waterways Worldwide In 2012
    2/27/2013

    A total of 254,459 visits were made by people worldwide to their local streams, rivers, lakes and other water bodies as part of the World Water Monitoring Challenge (WWMC) in 2012, according to the program’s Year in Review report released this week by the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the International Water Association (IWA).

  8. WEF Executive Director Briefs US Conference of Mayors Water Council On Water For Jobs Campaign
    1/22/2013

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) participated in this week’s US Conference of Mayors Winter Meeting that drew 300 mayors from across the nation to Washington, D.C. WEF Executive Director Jeff Eger briefed the Mayors Water Council on the Water for Jobs: Water Puts America to Work campaign, which makes the business case for water infrastructure investment by emphasizing the irrefutable link between investment and job creation.

  9. Clean Water Groups Collaborate To Shape The Utility Of The Future
    1/13/2013

    The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), the Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF), and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) have jointly released a  pioneering document  that defines the evolving environmental, economic, and social roles that clean water utilities are playing in their communities.

  10. Teams From The University Of Colorado Boulder And The University Of South Florida Win The 2012 WEF Student Design Competition
    10/18/2012

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) proudly announces students from the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of South Florida as winners of the 2012 Student Design Competition.