Officials of Newark, a city in New Jersey stated that consumption of tap...
- Newark states tap water through city-issued fillers safe for consumption
- SA Water to overhaul New Town water supply
- Oman to invest $7bn on wastewater treatment
- UNICEF to aid Venezuela in providing safe drinking water to over 2.8 million people
- Veolia wins $170m wastewater services contract in New Zealand
WA government to upgrade Neerabup groundwater treatment plant
Western Australia (WA) Water Minister Dave Kelly has announced a $52m upgrade at a groundwater treatment facility in Neerabup.
Newark states tap water through city-issued fillers safe for consumption
Officials of Newark, a city in New Jersey stated that consumption of tap water has become safe once again.
American Water to build service centre to serve Jefferson City in Missouri
Missouri American Water has broken ground on a $4.3m service centre to serve Jefferson City and surrounding communities in the US state.
Aqua signs agreement to acquire wastewater assets of DELCORA
Aqua America's Pennsylvania subsidiary, Aqua Pennsylvania Wastewater (Aqua), has signed an asset purchase agreement with the Delaware County Regional Water Quality Control Authority (DELCORA) for the acquisition of the municipal authority’s wastewater assets for $276.5m.
Singapore’s water agency selects Jacobs as AMI specialist
Singapore's national water agency PUB has selected Jacobs as the Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) specialist for its Smart Water Meter Programme roll-out.
Newark provides bottled water after filters fail to block lead in water
Newark, the largest city in New Jersey state of the US, has begun providing bottled water to residents, who may have been drinking tap water with high levels of lead.
Insituform to rehabilitate wastewater pipeline in Montgomery, Alabama
Insituform Technologies has been awarded a wastewater rehabilitation contract, worth $5.7m, by Montgomery Water Works & Sanitary Sewer Board (WWSSB) in Alabama, the US.
Illinois American Water to improve Metro East water service
Illinois American Water, a subsidiary of American Water, has announced an investment of $5.3m to improve water services to Metro East.