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  • EIMCO Water Technologies – Extends the life of 12 Clarifiers in Baltimore, MD

    Salt Lake City, Utah, June 7, 2006 – EIMCO Water Technologies LLC, a division of GROUPE LAPERRIÈRE & VERREAULT INC. (ticker symbols GLV.SV.A, GLV.MV.B/TSX), is pleased to announce it has been awarded an order for 12 modified Clarifiers from Shaney Construction Company Inc., Maryland. EIMCO Water Technologies will perform the modifications on the twelve 155-foot diameter suction clarifiers ...

  • Proposed EPA, Corps Rule Clarifies Federal Jurisdiction Over Waters, Wetlands

    All natural and artificial tributaries and wetlands that are adjacent to or near larger downstream waters would be subject to federal Clean Water Act protections under a joint proposed rule announced by the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army ...


    By Bloomberg BNA

  • US agencies seek to clarify wetlands protections

    Federal agencies Tuesday asserted regulatory authority over many of the nation's streams and wetlands in an effort to clarify which are shielded from development under the Clean Water Act, an issue that remains in dispute even after two U.S. Supreme Court rulings. The law gives the government jurisdiction over U.S. waters, but legal challenges have raised questions about whether its protections ...


    By Associated Press

  • EPA Strengthens Lead in Drinking Water Rule

    (Washington, D.C. - Sept. 26, 2007) EPA is helping to reduce lead in drinking water by issuing a final rule that will improve requirements in the areas of monitoring, customer awareness and lead service line replacement. Specifically, the agency will require water suppliers to provide consumers with information to help them make decisions about how to limit their exposure to lead in drinking ...

  • A New Step Towards Clean Drinking Water in the USA

    A new rule to protect drinking water was issued by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on May 27. The Clean Water Rule clarifies which waters are protected under the Clean Water Act. The Clean Water Act, created in 1972, has been effective for decades in protecting drinking water in the United ...


    By Earth Day Network

  • EPA and army corps of engineers release draft guidance to clarify waters covered by clean water act

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Regional Administrator Judith Enck today traveled to New York’s Great Swamp in Brewster, N.Y. to discuss the importance of clean water and a draft guidance developed by EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to clarify which waters are subject to protection under the Clean Water Act. The future status and condition of the Great Swamp is ...

  • Eimco Water Technologies receives $2m contract to refurbish water treatment clarifiers in Texas

    Eimco Water Technologies. through its division Enviroquip, has secured a contract with a value of over $2 million (US) from Matous Construction of Temple, Texas, acting on behalf of the City of Austin. Eimco Water Technologies will supply new bridge assemblies and new drive assemblies on each of the eighteen existing primary settling tanks, as well as on the three existing recycle tanks, at ...

  • Human right to safe drinking water and sanitation at the UN

    The 3rd Commission of the 64th General Assembly of the United Nations made history on 28th July 2010 by overwhelmingly adopting a resolution proclaiming the Human Right to Safe drinking Water and Sanitation. Presented by Bolivia and 33 other States, the resolution received 122 votes in favour with no votes against and 41 abstentions. Founding President Mikhail Gorbachev of Green Cross ...


  • EPA and Army Corps of Engineers Clarify Protection for Nation’s Streams and Wetlands

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Army Corps) today jointly released a proposed rule to clarify protection under the Clean Water Act for streams and wetlands that form the foundation of the nation’s water resources. The proposed rule will benefit businesses by increasing efficiency in determining coverage of the Clean Water Act. The agencies ...

  • SIWI welcomes UN decision on human right to safe drinking water and sanitation

    Following the recognition of the human right to drinking water and sanitation several months ago, the UN Human Rights Council clarified at a recent session that the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation is derived from the already existing right to adequate standard of living. Member states reached consensus on this decision, which establishes the human right to safe drinking water ...

  • Thousands of municipal drinking water projects in US and Canada are moving forward

    The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 generated more than $2 billion in stimulus funding for U.S. drinking water infrastructure projects.  Thousands of projects have been delayed because of lack of funding.  Many of these projects are now moving forward.  Each project is being tracked in North American Public Water Plants and People. This online service with biweekly updates is ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • EPA issues final rules protecting drinking water, streams

    Drinking water for 117 million Americans will be protected under new rules shielding small streams, tributaries and wetlands from pollution and development, the Obama administration said Wednesday. The White House said the rules would provide much-needed clarity for landowners, but some Republicans and farm groups said they go much too far. House Speaker John Boehner declared they would send ...


    By Associated Press

  • NRDC: Clean Water Proposal Will Help Families, Homeowners Get Safe Drinking Water

    A proposed new clean water rule will help ensure Americans have safe drinking water by closing a critical gap in the country’s pollution laws, the Natural Resources Defense Council said. In more than 60 pages of formal comments submitted late Friday to the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, NRDC said the new Clean Water Protection Rule, by clarifying which ...

  • ProMinent at ACHEMA 2015 - DULCOTROL® Drinking Water/F&B and DULCOTROL® Waste Water: Compact, application-optimised measuring and control systems

    Modular in design, the new panel-mounted measuring and control system DULCOTROL® offers users a high degree of flexibility. ProMinent is presenting the complete measuring points on Stand J94 in Hall 8 at the ACHEMA 2015. The compact, application-optimised online measuring and control units have been specifically tailored to the requirements of the potable water and food and beverage ...

  • Water Brings Hope in Iraq

    Two projects started in late December of 2004 are complete this month, but it marked a beginning, not an end, for the people of Erbil and Nasiriyah, Iraq. The two cities, one on the northern border and one on the Southern, with a combined population of roughly 1.3 million, now have new potable water distribution and treatment ...


    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • ReportsnReports - Global Water Market 2011

    Global Water Market 2011  The Commentaries To give you a detailed overview of the market as a whole, the report begins with the following chapters: The global water market Infrastructure and technology Water scarcity, desalination and reuse ...


  • Bundamba Advanced Water Treatment Plant Begins to Produce Recycled Water

    Brisbane, Australia (August 31, 2007) – The Bundamba Advanced Water Treatment (AWT) plant near Brisbane has produced purified recycled water for the first time, achieving a significant milestone for Australia’s largest recycled water scheme, the visionary $2.4 billion Western Corridor Recycled Water project. The purified recycled water from Bundamba AWT plant was piped from the plant via a ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Renewing the Alberta water for life strategy

    A report released by the Alberta Water Council suggests that the provincial government must accelerate action and take stronger, bolder steps to safeguard Alberta’s water resources. The Council argues the provincial government must renew its dedication to the province’s ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Closing the water cycle: new wastewater treatments are tested

    Industries, such as paper production, require large amounts of water which can drain vital supplies of fresh drinking water. Researchers working towards the ultimate goal of ‘closing the cycle’ by reusing industrial water onsite have now identified innovative new treatments for wastewater from a paper mill. Good management of water resources is an essential part of European ...

  • Bristol Water goes for Partech - fixed point sludge blanket detection

    Quality drinking water is appreciated worldwide and only by applying the best treatment technologies will it satisfy all relevant standards and regulations. In the UK, Bristol Water takes pride is supplying its customers with the highest quality drinking water coming from two treatment plants close to the Severn Estuary on the north side of Bristol. With a capacity of 60 mega litres per day, the ...


    By Partech (Electronics) Ltd.

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