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Evoqua to provide Envirex tech to Detroit wastewater treatment plant

Evoqua Water Technologies announced it has been selected to meet the heavy load and performance requirements of the Great Lakes Water Authority’s (GLWA) Detroit,...

Evoqua selected by Severn Trent Water for water treatment

Evoqua Water Technologies announced it has been selected by Severn Trent Water and its design and construction partner, Costain, for water treatment system. Under this...

Ovivo signs licensing agreement with DC Water for DigestivorePAD

Ovivo, a global provider of water treatment equipment, technology and systems, has signed an exclusive licensing agreement with the District of Columbia Water and...

Water-efficient toilets can save millions of gallons of water every year

Water-efficient toilets could potentially save up to 170 billion potable gallons of water per year across five states facing water scarcity, says a new...
Itron for smart water meter

Itron wins technology contract from City of Waco

Itron has won a technology contract from the City of Waco, Texas to install Itron’s OpenWay Riva IoT solution. Financial details were not disclosed. City of Waco...

ADB, 13 Banks sign $288 m deal for China wastewater recycling

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed an agreement with 13 banks to support Beijing Enterprises Water Group Company (BEWG) for the promotion of...

New research to turn municipal sewage into biofuel

It may sound like science fiction, but wastewater treatment plants may one day turn ordinary sewage into biocrude oil, thanks to new research at...
West Virginia American Water

West Virginia American Water acquires QSPSD water system

West Virginia American Water announced it has completed its acquisition of the Queen Shoals Public Service District (QSPSD) water system. Queen Shoals PSD previously purchased...

Nearly 1.8 billion people will face water scarcity by 2025: UN

By 2025, some 1.8 billion people will face absolute water scarcity and an estimated two-thirds of the worlds population could be living under water-stressed...

Water quality monitoring equipment market to grow at CAGR 6%

Global water quality monitoring equipment market is expected to grow at a CAGR of just over 6 percent to reach USD 6.78 Billion by 2021. The...




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