Supplier News

  1. WEF, ABC And AWWA Strengthen Shared Commitment To Protecting Water Resources
    Representing a commitment of working together to protect of one of the world’s most precious resources, leaders from the Association of Boards of Certification (ABC), the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and Water Environment Federation (WEF) have renewed their Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
  2. Water Environment & Technology Wins Prestigious 2011 Magnus Opus Award
    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) is a winner of the esteemed ContentWise 2011 Magnus Opus Award, a leading custom media awards program that recognizes excellence in editorial, design and strategy for organizations using print and online publications as well as social media in their content marketing efforts.
  3. New Interactive Web Demo With Close-Ups Of ‘Future-Ready’ ST100 Series Flow Meters

    A new online demo featuring interactive close-ups of the revolutionary ST100 Series Flow Meters from Fluid Components International (FCI) makes it easy to learn more about the new benchmark in process and plant gas flow measurement, combining superior flow sensing performance with the most feature- and function-rich electronics available today.

  4. New Water Treatment Process From Hungerford & Terry, Inc. Can Reduce Sodium Levels In Drinking Water
    A new ion exchange program that promises to reduce sodium in drinking water is in a three-month testing program by Hungerford & Terry, Clayton, NJ.
  5. Parsons Awarded Construction Management Contract By Orange County Water District
    Parsons is pleased to announce that it has been selected by the Orange County Water District (OCWD) to provide construction management services for the $128M Initial Expansion of the Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) in Fountain Valley, CA.
  6. Wastewater Operator Certification And Training Summit Convenes Next Month
    In support of the Water Environment Federation's (WEF) ongoing commitment to improving education, training, and career growth for wastewater system operators, the association will host an invitation-only meeting for representatives from its Member Associations (MAs) and leaders from other organizations who have a stake in operations excellence.
  7. Chicago Meeting To Highlight Links Among Energy, Water, & Wastewater Sectors
    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) will present Energy and Water 2011: Efficiency, Generation, Management, and Climate Impacts at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place in Chicago, Ill., July 31-August 3, 2011.
  8. New EBAA IRON Mega-Stop Bell Protection Device Simplifies PVC Pipe Installation And Inspection
    EBAA IRON now offers a purposefully designed product solution that addresses a long standing problem with PVC pipe installation – e.g.: How to assemble PVC pipe without fear of over-belling? The new EBAA IRON Series 5000 Mega-Stop™ bell protection device, completely remedies this concern.
  9. EBAA IRON Develops ‘New’ Restraint Device That Has Been Thoroughly Tested And Specifically Designed To Accommodate The Increased Pressure Ratings Given For C900 And C909 PVC Pipe
    With the advent of increased pressure ratings being given for 4” – 12” sized C900 and C909 PVC pipe (as noted in the latest revisions of the applicable American Water Works Association industry standards and as adopted by the Uni-Bell PVC Pipe Association), EBAA IRON engineers have recently developed an appropriately designed split serrated restraint ring device that will assuredly provide the necessary restraint capabilities now required to accommodate these higher working pressures that have been assigned to PVC pipe.
  10. New Water Treatment Process From Hungerford & Terry, Inc. Can Reduce Sodium Levels In Drinking Water
    Two recent articles in the Gloucester County Times of New Jersey report on an ion exchange program in Monroe Township, New Jersey that promises to reduce sodium in drinking water.