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FDG Tech Could Significantly Reduce Cost of Water Treatment, U of K Researchers Say

FDG Tech Could Significantly Reduce Cost of Water Treatment, U of K Researchers Say

Wastewater research from the University of Kentucky (UK) Center for Applied Energy Research may lead to cost-effective and practical technologies for reducing and managing wastewater, the school says. A $740,000 grant from the US Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory will help strengthen the University’s program. UK’s wastewater research … Read more »

Industrialization Gives Rise to Booming Water Treatment Market, Says Report

Industrialization Gives Rise to Booming Water Treatment Market, Says Report

The market for industrial water treatment equipment will experience a CAGR of 7.34% between 2017 and 2021, according to a report. The rise in industrialization will contribute to the growth of the market, along with

Buildings on This Campus Benefit from Onsite Wastewater Treatment and Produce More Energy Than They Use

Buildings on This Campus Benefit from Onsite Wastewater Treatment and Produce More Energy Than They Use

Chatham University’s Eden Hall Campus, located near Pittsburgh, was designed to incorporate the latest in environmentally responsible technology, design, innovation and products. The campus is equipped with performance mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, passive energy collection and on-site renewable energy generation, and buildings produce more

Brewery Blows off City Water, Dodges 300% Utility Increase

Brewery Blows off City Water, Dodges 300% Utility Increase

Breweries, known for using large amounts of water that is eventually discharged into a city’s water treatment plant, face the potential for steep increases in sewer rates as craft- and microbrew breweries put increasing pressure on a municipalities water infrastructure. But at least one brewery is solving the problem on its own by building an on-site … Read more »

What to Expect from the Water Market in 2017

What to Expect from the Water Market in 2017

We’re not even a month in and 2017 is already looking like an opportunity-filled year for the water industry. The federal government and individual states have made billions of dollars available for water and wastewater infrastructure projects — about $1 billion under the EPA’s new Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation … Read more »

Pepco, Innophos Pay Millions in Water Pollution, Hazardous Waste Settlements

Pepco, Innophos Pay Millions in Water Pollution, Hazardous Waste Settlements

Under two unrelated settlement, Pepco will pay $1.6 million and Innophos will pay $1.4 million to resolve alleged Clean Water Act and hazardous waste violations, respectively.

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