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DuPont Selected to Provide Membrane Technology to Sorek B, Israel’s Largest Desalination Plant

July 28, 2021 - in News, Technology, Water

IDE Water Technologies Selects FilmTec™ Membranes for Groundbreaking Desalination Plant   WILMINGTON, Del., July 27, 2021, – DuPont (NYSE:DD) today announced that its FilmTec™ membranes have been selected by IDE Water Technologies to provide…

Water is Life: Protecting Water Resources and Infrastructure With Purpose-Built Cloud Technology

July 23, 2021 - in News, Water

Water is life. This is a statement of fact—and a daily reminder of the responsibility our team at Innovyze, now an Autodesk company, has carried…

LAND FILL OR STORMWATER DETENTION?

July 16, 2021 - in News, Stormwater, Uncategorized, Water

The Choice is Obvious According to This P. E. Many times, a site will need to be drastically excavated and sculptured to meet the building requirements.…

Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Communities to Spend Nearly $2 Billion Over Next Five Years Combating Coastal Damages from Climate Change

July 7, 2021 - in Erosion control, News, Water

Survey respondents reported spending $878 million USD over past two years to respond to coastal challenges; Mayors urgently call on Congress to include needed funds in the upcoming infrastructure package. CHICAGO – A survey of 241 cities, villages and…

Skanska constructs raw water tunnel in Norway for about NOK 3.4 billion, about SEK 3.4 billion

July 6, 2021 - in Water

Skanska has signed a contract with the Agency for Water and Sewage in Oslo Municipality to construct a raw water tunnel between Hole municipality and Oslo, Norway. The contract is worth about NOK 3.4 billion, about SEK 3.4 billion, which will be included in…

Final Phase of Narragansett Bay Combined Sewer Overflow Program Breaks Ground

June 22, 2021 - in Wastewater, Water

Rhode Island’s largest public works project is designed to reduce annual CSO volumes and improve the water quality in Narragansett Bay PROVIDENCE, RI- NYSE, TSX: STN Construction has kicked off for the final phase of the Narragansett Bay Commission’s (NBC)…

State Utility Regulators Urge Passage of Bipartisan Water Infrastructure Bill

June 11, 2021 - in News, Water

 WASHINGTON  — In a show of support for legislation aimed at restoring tax credits for regulated water and wastewater utilities, the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners today sent a letter to members of Congress to outline…

Breakthrough in reverse osmosis may lead to most energy-efficient seawater desalination ever

May 13, 2021 - in News, Water

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Making fresh water out of seawater usually requires huge amounts of energy. The most widespread process for desalination is called reverse osmosis, which works by flowing seawater over a membrane at high pressure to remove the minerals.…

New Little Giant® 16G Series 1 HP Grinder Pump Brings Versatility and Value to Market

May 12, 2021 - in News, Wastewater, Water

Fort Wayne, IN – Franklin Electric Co., Inc. (NASDAQ: FELE) announces the launch of the new Little Giant 16G Series, a heavy-duty 1 hp grinder pump designed to deliver serious power as a new or replacement pump for the most challenging residential and light…

Water Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Remains Steady as Usage Surges in Pandemic, J.D. Power Finds

May 6, 2021 - in News, Water

A combination of major regional service interruptions, significantly increased water consumption, higher utility bills and a lack of effective communication during the pandemic have resulted in no change year over year in customer satisfaction with residential…