Water Newswatch
Scientists are trying to find a mystery person in Ohio who has a new kind of COVID, and is shedding it into the sewage
08 Jun 2023 21:16:58 UT
"Cryptic" COVID lineages are new versions of the virus that haven't been seen before.  A researcher says one person in Ohio is shedding massive amounts of a new kind of COVID. Identifying people...
Navajo-Gallup water supply could get a funding boost
08 Jun 2023 20:25:06 UT
NAVAJO NATION (KRQE) – A massive drinking water project years in the making is getting more attention by New Mexico’s lawmakers in Washington D.C. The project already has over $100 million in...
WASTEWATER SURVEILLANCE: Nelson Mandela Bay uses innovative technology to detect a potential cholera outbreak
08 Jun 2023 19:17:24 UT
With a failing sewage system, recent flooding, frequent water outages, infrastructure damage, vandalism to sewerage works and an ongoing drought leading to low water levels in reservoirs and dams,...
RI Infrastructure Bank gives $1m loan to study Providence water quality
08 Jun 2023 16:53:00 UT
This is an image of the Woonasquatucket River. (WLNE) PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — The Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank said Thursday that it had closed on a $1,000,000 loan...
Innovative water treatment provider is crowdfunding to expand operations around the world
08 Jun 2023 17:40:49 UT
St. Clair City Council to consider water hauler contract
08 Jun 2023 15:00:46 UT
As summer heats up and water demands grow in the city of St. Clair, the city council could consider a new water hauler contract as soon as June 19. During a June 5 St. Clair City Council meeting,...
Lessons from other states can help Iowa advance its water goals
08 Jun 2023 00:00:00 UT
Hoffman. In Iowa and other Midwest states, agricultural excellence, robust soils, and ample outdoor recreation are points of pride. All of these elements relate to water, and depend upon healthy...
Sewerage, aqueduct and pavement intervention
08 Jun 2023 14:28:30 UT
Luis Fernando Arango Álvarez is a civil engineer and is the professional in charge of the technical management of projects of the company Serviciudad, aqueduct, cleaning and sewerage, in an interview...
Northeast Iowa water quality project advances toward next phase
08 Jun 2023 12:54:58 UT
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced today that a successful Water Quality Initiative (WQI) demonstration project in northeast Iowa is expanding into a new phase, with a specific focus...
Black & Veatch Water Report: Sustainability, Resiliency Key to U.S. Water Industry Amid Headwinds of Aging Infrastructure, Climate Change and Workforce Churn
07 Jun 2023 20:00:25 UT
Published 3 hours ago Submitted by Black & Veatch OVERLAND PARK, Kan., June 7, 2023 /CSRwire/ – From the challenges of chronically aging infrastructure and regulatory and climate change pressures...