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Texas county tests evaporative desalination technology
Loving County, Texas, is testing an innovative desalination plant that will transform brackish water into drinkable water, supplied to households in the town of Mentone.
Kansas presents draft water plan for next 50 years
The Kansas Water Office has presented the first draft of its 50-year "water vision" plan that aims to ensure residents have a reliable water supply in the future.
UK agencies look into risk of water contamination through fracking
The British Geological Survey and the Environment Agency have published the results of a large-scale study into the risk of drinking water being contaminated by fracking operations.
Colorado regulator halts wastewater injection due to earthquake link
Colorado officials recently suspended injections of fracking wastewater underground, following the discovery that disposing of wastewater in a local well might be linked to seismic activity in the area.
One in four big cities globally faces water stress
Tokyo, Delhi, Mexico City, Shanghai, Beijing, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro and Moscow are among the cities that face the biggest water stress.
Aging water infrastructure, capital needs remain unaddressed, survey finds
The most significant challenges facing the U.S. water industry remain aging infrastructure and capital needs, according to the 2014 U.S. Water Industry Outlook by accounting, tax and advisory services firm Weisermazars.
Santa Barbara ponders reactivating desalination plant
The city of Santa Barbara, California, is considering a huge investment that would bring an inactive desalination plant back into action, in an attempt to relieve the consequences of the ongoing drought.
BP faces Clean Water Act fine for Macondo well blowout
More than four years after it happened, the Macondo well incident in the Gulf of Mexico continues to capture the attention of the industry and the public.

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