Water Archive

3 Jun 2015

AT&T, IBM and Mueller Water Products develop new solution to help cities save water

AT&T, IBM and Mueller Water Products have developed a new solution, which utilizes Internet of Things (IoT) technology, to help cities save water. CTBR – News
28 May 2015

US finalises clean water rule to protect streams and wetlands

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US Army have expanded the Clean Water Rule by adding small bodies of water and wetlands under the rule. CTBR – News
26 May 2015

Haven Power to supply renewable energy to Thames Water

Haven Power, a unit of Drax Group, has signed an agreement worth over £500m to supply renewable energy to Thames Water. CTBR – News
23 May 2015

US Bureau of Reclamation to invest $50m for water conservation in drought hit states

The US Department of Interior’s (DOI) Bureau of Reclamation will invest about $ 50m to support 64 projects that include enhancing water efficiency and water conservation in 12 western states. CTBR – News
22 May 2015

Suez Environnement wins drinking water supply contract in Paris, France

Suez Environnement has won a €234m contract to supply softened drinking water to the Gennevilliers water authority (SEPG) in Paris, France. CTBR – News
20 May 2015

USDA earmarks $21m for water conservation initiatives in drought hit states

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), an agency of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), will invest about $ 21m on water conservation initiatives in eight states affected by drought. CTBR – News
19 May 2015

Aqua Illinois unveils water infrastructure improvement plans

Aqua Illinois has unveiled plans to complete $ 12.3m in improvements and repairs to drinking water and wastewater systems in communities across the state in 2015. CTBR – News
15 May 2015

Duke Energy to pay $102m for Clean Water Act violations in North Carolina, US

Duke Energy has been found guilty of nine criminal violations under the Clean Water Act at several of its facilities in North Carolina, US. CTBR – News
14 May 2015

Severn Trent agrees to sell water purification business to Industrie De Nora

UK water firm Severn Trent has agreed to sell its water purification business to joint venture partner Industrie De Nora as part its restructuring programme. CTBR – News
13 May 2015

California’s Current Water Crisis Is A Man-Made Problem

California’s current water crisis is a man-made problem, stemming from our notion that progress equates giant public works projects California’s Current Water Crisis Is A Man-Made Problem was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica,