Flexible Water Sharing Reduces Risk in Dry Times

“Water banking” is an emerging term in western Colorado as water planners work on concepts to protect water supplies in the face of long-term drought, increasing demand and the uncertainties of a changing climate.

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The Looming Water Crisis, and its Causes – IRR

South Africa is a water-constrained country with a vital need to conserve, manage, and expand its limited water resources as efficiently as possible. Municipalities are now discharging around 4 billion litres of untreated or partially treated sewage into the country’s rivers and dams every day.

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Purified Water – Not So Pure

The issue arose when officials from the OCWD began to observe unusual spikes “in arsenic after it percolated into soils and sediments from surface basins into underground storage aquifers”. What was specifically unusual was that the water that absorbed this excess arsenic had “undergone a rigorous purification process”.

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Strategies to Keep Pollutants Out of Your Neighborhood Storm Water Pond

Many people live in subdivisions with storm water ponds, which collect water from the neighborhood and help keep pollutants such as fertilizers, pesticides and pet waste from getting into the broader environment. Now, researchers have devised strategies to help homeowners limit their pollution contribution.

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The Era Of Cheap Water May Be Ending

Sometimes utilities, especially those with publicly elected boards, defer the maintenance of their equipment because raising taxes or rates is unpopular with voters. But updating outmoded infrastructure and securing access to new water sources amid scarcity and drought are expensive tasks. These efforts are pushing rates upward.

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Global Water Center: Water Tech Research, Development is Name of the Game

Two years ago in September the Global Water Center celebrated its grand opening, and since then the facility has attracted new businesses, corporations and startups, not to mention a handful of universities too — all of them with the same focus: water technology.

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DWP fast-tracks $600 million water treatment plant in North Hollywood

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power may spend hundreds of millions of dollars for water treatment

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Hamilton Recognized for Drinking Water Strategies

Earlier this month, the city of Hamilton received a certificate of recognition from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for “exceptional implementation of drinking water source protection strategies,” according to a press release issued by the city on Saturday.

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