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  • 2008 Groundwater Summit brings top scientists and industry leaders to Memphis

    The National Ground Water Association's 2008 Ground Water Summit taking place March 30-April 3 in Memphis, Tennessee, features 20 sessions covering the latest in ground water science, technology, and ground water policy. This fourth annual Ground Water Summit brings together local, national, and international science partners to exchange information on scientific, policy, and regulatory issues ...

  • Phigenics Wins $1 Million Contract with U.S. Federal Government for Energy Management Planning and Strategies & Water Conservation

    Phigenics announced today that it has been awarded a $1 million dollar contract with the General Services Administration’s (GSA) Federal Acquisition Service for Energy Management Planning and Strategies (SIN 871-202) and Water Conservation (SIN 871-210).  This enables U.S. Federal Government facilities that desire to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and overall safety of their ...


    By Phigenics, LLC

  • Flood Victims In New York and New Jersey Should Expect Mold Problems

    Recent flooding in New York and New Jersey has caused power outages, disrupted train services and flooded homes. Many of these flood damages properties will be prone to a host of environmental nightmares. As the floodwaters begin to recede, many New York and New Jersey residents of flood damaged properties will come to the realization that a variety of environmental contamination issues including ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Mold problems expected for many across Northeast US

    Record warm temperatures are blaketing the northeast this week replacing historical flooding from the past of storm of this past weekend. Many towns in the northeastern United States have gotten as much rain in the past month as they normally do during six months. This historical type flooding will lead to a variety of potential environmental contaminations including drinking water ...


  • Electrified nanostructure high-speed filter

    Stanford researchers have developed a water-purifying filter that makes the process more than 80,000 times faster than existing filters. The key is coating the filter fabric (ordinary cotton) with nanotubes and silver nanowires and then electrifying it. The filter uses very little power, has no moving parts and could be used throughout the developing world. By dipping plain cotton cloth in a ...


  • Well water should be tested annually to reduce health risks to children

    Private well water should be tested yearly, and in some cases more often, according to new guidance offered by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Researchers at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), part of the National Institutes of Health, took a lead role in working with the AAP to develop these recommendations and draft a new AAP policy statement about the ...

  • World Water-Tech North America Summit Approaching

    The second annual World Water-Tech North America Summit, the fifth event in the World Water-Tech series, gathers the key stakeholders from every part of the water value chain. Hosted by Rethink Events and WaterTAP Ontario, the event provides a dynamic meeting place for the growing international water-tech community. World Water-Tech North America will feature ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • ReportsnReports - Nanotechnology in Water Treatment

    Nanotechnology in Water Treatment  The global market for nanostructured products used in water treatment was worth an estimated $1.4 billion in 2010 and will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 9.7% during the next 5 years to reach a value of $2.2 billion in 2015. Most of the ...


  • Bion Proposes Alternative Approach to Chesapeake Bay TMDL Nitrogen Compliance: Projected Cost Savings of 50% to 95% for Pennsylvania Ratepayers

     Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB/QB: BNET) announced today that on Friday, June 1, the Company proposed to the Pennsylvania Nutrient Trading Stakeholder Group an alternative to the current strategy of sector-allocated nitrogen reductions to meet EPA Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) requirements. Based on the recent RTI International analysis, ...

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