April Showers Can Pollute Water Resources
When those April showers get going, whatever doesn’t soak into the ground runs off roofs and yards, down streets, into storm drains, and then directly into rivers, lakes, creeks, and other local water bodies.
Hach’s 'See The BIG Picture' Contest Will Award $140,000 Of Hach Equipment To Help Municipal And Industrial Sites Save Chemical And Energy Costs
Hach Company announced recently its “See the BIG Picture” contest for municipal wastewater plants and industrial sites treating wastewater in the United States.
Rehab Or Roulette: Is Our Environment At Risk? WEF Announces Collections Conference
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) will present Collection Systems 2011 at the Raleigh Convention Center in Raleigh, N.C. June 13-14.
Cincinnati Conference To Focus On Safe, Clean Water, Improved Public Health
While most people expect clean water to run from our taps and through our waterways, it would not be clean without the water professionals who work continuously to improve water and public health around the world.
Filtronics, Inc. Approved By TCEQ For Treatment Technology For Arsenic, Iron And Manganese Removal
Filtronics, Inc. of Anaheim, California is pleased to announce they are one of the first companies to receive approval from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) for their treatment technology for the removal of arsenic, iron and manganese at the filtration rate of 10 gallons per minute per square foot.
WEF Stormwater Newsletter Premiers
Today saw the premier of a new publication designed to keep water quality professionals informed about activities and developments related to the topic of stormwater — a subject of comprehensive and rapidly expanding portfolio at the Water Environment Federation (WEF).
In-Pipe Technology Awarded $1.75M In Contracts For Green Sewer Collection System Treatment
In-Pipe Technology Company, Inc. announced recently that they were awarded $1.75M in new contracts for green sewer collection system treatment in the first quarter of 2011 setting a new quarterly growth record for the company.
Registration And Housing Now Open For WEFTEC 2011 In Los Angeles
Registration and housing is now open for WEFTEC 2011, the Water Environment Federation’s 84th annual technical exhibition and conference. This year’s event will take place October 15-19, 2011 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, Calif.
Mississippi Department Of Transportation Selects SharePoint 2010 And KnowledgeLake To Replace Legacy ECM System
KnowledgeLake, provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions exclusively for Microsoft SharePoint, announced the deployment of a SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Content Management solution for Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT).
Water Environment Research Launches New Manuscript Submission Website
Water Environment Research (WER), the highly-regarded journal of the Water Environment Federation, has announced a change to a new website designed for easy submission of manuscripts highlighting the world’s best research in water quality.