Insituform Technologies has been awarded a wastewater rehabilitation contract, worth $5.7m, by Montgomery...
- 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
- One in three people lack access to safe drinking water, says report
- EU teams up with EBRD for Jordanian wastewater treatment plant expansion
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.
Dubai launches industrial wastewater treatment plant
The Municipality of Dubai, the UAE, has launched a new plant to treat industrial wastewater, which will then be reused for irrigation.
Suez to build $161m wastewater treatment plant in India
French utility-based company Suez has won a contract worth €145m ($161.4m) to build and operate a wastewater treatment plant in New Delhi, India.
Wisconsin DNR urges 125 municipalities for PFAS test in water
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has launched a new voluntary PFAS testing programme in the wake of recent discoveries of contamination in drinking water as well as groundwater.
Washington’s King County Wastewater Treatment Division deploys Accruent’s EDM solution
King County (Washington) Wastewater Treatment Division has chosen US-based physical resource management solutions provider Accruent's Meridian engineering document management (EDM) system to manage its technical asset documentation and engineering drawings.
UNICEF to aid Venezuela in providing safe drinking water to over 2.8 million people
UNICEF and the Government of Venezuela have signed a collaboration agreement which will help more than 2.8 million people gain improved access to safe drinking water.
New Jersey American Water closes Mount Ephraim Sewer System acquisition
New Jersey American Water has closed its acquisition of the wastewater assets of the Borough of Mount Ephraim, New Jersey, for around $1.4m.