Troubled City Seeks Water Director
There's something in the water in Corpus Christi -- literally. The city's issued...
ROVVER X from Envirosight makes inspecting sewers simple for beginners, while...
Lightnin compact series mixers
With its new Compact Series, SPX FLOW, Inc. has transferred the innovative...
Vactor updates truck jetter
Featuring a choice of front- or rear-hose reel locations, and options such as an...
Blackmer SGLWD series pumps with double mechanical seals
Blackmer, is pleased to announce the availability of its new SGLWD Series Sliding...
JWC Awards $25 Million Construction Contract
An Oregon water supplier is using the construction manager/general contractor (CM/...
Mobile Sensor Management from Hach
Technology ensures that online readings accurately reflect actual water conditions.
Biolac wastewater treatment system from Parkson
Retrofit a lagoon treatment system with one that produces single-digit BOD/TSS...
EPA: Excess Nutrients Found in Less Than Half of U.S. Lakes
According to the agency's National Lakes Assessment, four of every 10 lakes suffers from too much nitrogen and phosphorus. The algal toxin microcystin is found in 39% of lakes (but below levels of concern). Low concentrations of the herbicide atrazine were found in 30%.