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Yellow River Water Reclamation Facility

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)  (Oct. 24, 2007)

Eimco Water Technologies was recently awarded the contract to supply the screening equipment for the Yellow River Water Reclamation Facility (YRWRF) Improvements Project.  The design of the equipment is based on the advanced technology of Brackett Green® Double Entry Drum Screens and will primarily include: Two (2) Headworks Drum Screens ...

Five European rivers commit to more river restoration

by Wetlands International  (Sep. 24, 2013)

As part of the European River Restoration Conference, five European river basins committed themselves to working together. The river basins include: the Arpa in Armenia, Irpen in Ukraine, Irwell in England, Orbigo in Spain, and Rhone in France. Under the facilitation of the European Centre for River Restoration, the five parties will develop and ...

River Rhine commended for river basin management

by European Environment Agency (EEA)  (Sep. 13, 2013)

The River Rhine has won the first ever International River Foundation (IRF) European River Prize, which is given for remarkable achievements in integrated river basin management. The other finalists were the Órbigo River in Spain, the Upper Drau in Austria, and the Mura-Drava-Danube in Central Europe. River basin management of the Rhine ...

River Mur recognised for effective river basin management

by European Environment Agency (EEA)  (Oct. 30, 2014)

The River Mur flows from Austria, Slovenia, Hungary and Croatia before reaching Drava, a tributary of the Danube. The organisation managing the Mur Basin was awarded the second European River Prize during the 6th European River restoration conference (ERRC) in Vienna yesterday. The River Mur rises in the Radstädter Tauern and flows into the ...

America`s Rivers of Filth

by Environment News Service (ENS)  (Oct. 15, 2007)

WASHINGTON, DC, October 12, 2007 (ENS) - Billions of gallons of polluted wastewater spilled unchecked into America's waterways in 2005 as more than half the country's industrial and municipal wastewater facilities exceeded the limits of their Clean Water Act permits, according to a analysis of official figures released today by the U.S. Public ...

Massive river water transfers lacking scrutiny

by WaterLink International - Geomares Publishing bv  (Aug. 31, 2009)

'With the number of large water transfer schemes possibly nearly tripling by 2020 and the amount of water transferred expected to double, poorly assessed mega-transfers have the potential to inflict immense harm on both the communities donating the water and the communities receiving it,' said WWF-Germany Freshwater Director, Martin Geiger. Pipe ...

Louisiana addresses water quality in Tensas River

by US EPA - Environmental Protection Agency  (Apr. 26, 2011)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded $130,402 to the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality to improve water quality in the Tensas River, located in north-east area of the state. Specifically, the project will reduce nonpoint source pollutants by installing grassed filter strips that will filter sediment. The Clean Water ...

US-Mexico pact on Colorado river water storage

by WaterLink International - Geomares Publishing bv  (Dec. 21, 2010)

A bi-national pact to allow Mexico to store a portion of its annual allocation from the Colorado River, up to 260,000 acre-feet over three years, in the largest US reservoir, Lake Mead, sets the stage for progress on environmental issues in ongoing talks between the two countries, according to Environmental Defense Fund. As Lake Mead water levels ...

River managers plan a bleak water future for Europe

by WWF International  (Jun. 1, 2009)

An ambitious European scheme to fix and safeguard its rivers and secure its water future is at risk of being undermined by poor and inadequate plans for water management prepared by EU countries, a new study by WWF and European Environment Bureau (EEB) has found. The analysis has found none of the draft plans rates well across a range of water ...

Black substance in Anacostia river

by US EPA - Environmental Protection Agency  (Sep. 9, 2011)

Test results of water samples taken from the Anacostia River show that a black substance that has plagued a portion of the river since mid-August is a rare algal bloom, the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today. Initial testing by biologists from EPA and the Maryland Department of the Environment ruled out that the discoloration ...

The European Centre for River Restoration

Guide Syndicate become a networking member of the ECRR. ECRR’s mission is to enhance and promote river restoration and sustainable river management throughout Europe, disseminating river restoration information and fostering the establishment of national river restoration networks in as many European countries as possible. It shares the same ...

Life in Hungarian River extinguished

by WaterLink International - Geomares Publishing bv  (Oct. 9, 2010)

Hungary’s prime minister has played down the threat of widespread pollution to the River Danube from the spill of a large amount of toxic red sludge from an industrial plant, saying the situation had been brought “under control”. However, officials remained concerned that toxins from the drying sludge could be spread through the ...

Mississippi River an `Orphan` in Terms of Water Quality

by Environment News Service (ENS)  (Oct. 22, 2007)

WASHINGTON, DC, October 18, 2007 (ENS) - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has failed to coordinate and oversee state water quality activities along the Mississippi River, leaving the nation's largest waterway an 'orphan,' the National Research Council says in a new report. Greater effort is needed to ensure that the river is monitored ...

Better integration of temporary rivers into the Water Framework Directive

by European Commission, Environment DG  (Jan. 16, 2014)

Improvements to EU water policy have been proposed in a recent study, to help ensure that temporary rivers and streams in the Mediterranean are adequately protected in line with the goals of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). The researchers suggest new classifications for river types, and highlight the importance of distinguishing between ...

New Columbia River water rights under review

by Environment News Service (ENS)  (Jan. 21, 2008)

An agreement that could result in new rights to Columbia River water is now available for public review. Under the proposal, irrigators will help pay for water conservation projects that in turn will allow the Washington Department of Ecology to issue new water rights from the Columbia River. The Washington Department of Ecology and the ...

US river flows altered by water management

by WaterLink International - Geomares Publishing bv  (Nov. 4, 2010)

The amount of water flowing in streams and rivers has been significantly altered in nearly 90% of waters that were assessed in a new nationwide USGS study. Flow alterations are a primary contributor to degraded river ecosystems and loss of native species. Flows are altered by a variety of land- and water-management activities, including ...

Improving water quality in Europe`s rivers

by European Commission, Environment DG  (Jul. 10, 2008)

The European Water Framework Directive (WFD) urges policy implementation managers to respond to poor ecological, chemical and quantitative status of the water system caused by negative pressures from different drivers. This issue discusses recent experiences with regard to different stages of river basin management strategy, to help us understand ...

Water Storage Dam Planned for Columbia River Basin

by Environment News Service (ENS)  (Jun. 14, 2007)

YAKIMA, Washington (ENS) - The best location for a new water storage dam and reservoir in the Columbia River basin is Lower Crab Creek in Grant County, a newly completed assessment by federal and state agencies has concluded. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the Washington state Department of Ecology are seeking a location where water can be ...

River Sends Wateralerts

by WaterLink International - Geomares Publishing bv  (May 19, 2010)

Instant, customised updates about water conditions are available by subscribing to WaterAlert, a new service from the US Geological Survey. The alerts facilitates by daily or hourly updates watching for floods, recreational activities or the quality of water in a well. The text messages contain information about current conditions in rivers, lakes ...

Testing ecological toxicity in rivers

by European Commission, Environment DG  (Nov. 21, 2008)

Water quality in rivers is commonly classified according to its physical and chemical properties, but this may not fully describe its biological health. Polish researchers have tested a new method of water assessment, which looks at the toxicity to organisms of not just water, but also sediment and floodplain soil samples. This provides a more ...

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