“Clearing the Air” News Round Up


Source: OMI Industries (OMI)

Water Infrastructure Investments; Sludge Treatment Chemicals Market Growing; and Pig Manure in Asphalt

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Pennsylvania Governor Announces $68.1 Million in Water Infrastructure Investments

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf recently announced the investment of $68 million for twenty drinking water, wastewater and non-point source projects across fourteen counties throughout the state.

Fixing the Water Sector’s Resiliency Problems

The National Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIAC) recently issued a water sector resilience reportand recommendations taking stock of how water utilities could improve infrastructure resilience.

Waste and Recycling Companies Prepare to Help Keep Communities Safe During Back to School Season

The National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA) recently announced the launch of its third safety stand with an emphasis on keeping communities safe during the back to school season.

Rising Demand for Wastewater Treatment to Create Opportunities for the Global Industrial Sludge Treatment Chemicals

According to a new study, the global industrial sludge treatment chemicals market will grow at a CAGR of more than 5 percent through 2020.

New Equipment at Wastewater Treatment Plant Causing Odor

A recently activated piece of equipment at a wastewater treatment plant in Pennsylvania is causing sporadic odor issues.

Pig Manure May Pave The Way to Sustainable Road Building

Researchers from North Carolina A&T State University have developed a process that uses pig manure as a low-cost replacement for petroleum in the production of road asphalt.

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