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WEF, US Department of Labor team to develop operator training standards

December 4, 2012
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The United States Department of Labor (DOL) recently announced its adoption of new national guidelines for wastewater systems operator apprenticeship programs. The new guidelines, developed as
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Ohio village boasts new wastewater treatment plant

December 4, 2012
CARROLLTON, Ohio — The village of Carrollton, Ohio, will finally be able to use its new wastewater treatment plant, following almost two years of construction and testing, according to
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Microsoft data center to utilize sewage-fueled power plant

November 27, 2012
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Microsoft is installing a stationery fuel cell power plant that will utilize renewable biogas generated by a wastewater treatment facility as the fuel source to generate
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AWWA praises Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act

November 27, 2012
WASHINGTON — The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is celebrating the unveiling of a Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) in two pieces of Senate legislation. On Nov.
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Dow Chemical helps Sochi get ready for Olympics

November 27, 2012
SOCHI, Russia — The Winter Olympic Games in the Russian town of Sochi are still two years away, but preparation for the event is already in full swing. The
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Iowa business plans year-round wastewater irrigation system

November 27, 2012
NORTH LIBERTY, Iowa — An Iowa-based company is working on an ambitious task but it is one that might lead to a huge step forward in sustainability.
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American Water awarded Technology Project of the Year Award by American Water Intelligence

November 20, 2012
VOORHEES, N.J. — American Water Works Company, Inc., one of the biggest U.S. water and wastewater utilities, has been awarded the Technology Project of the Year award for its
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US water industry expects significant consolidation over next five years, survey says

November 20, 2012
NEW YORK — A majority of U.S. water industry professionals expect substantial consolidation over the next three to five years as the industry suffers from a fragmented structure that
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Competition to name the ‘Water Tech Revolutionary’

November 16, 2012
TEL AVIV, Israel — In a match-up of pioneering water technology companies, industry leaders from Israel and Massachusetts will team-up for the Water Export Technology (W.E.T.) Revolution Competition.
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Milwaukee Water Council wins first Growing Blue Award

November 16, 2012
CHICAGO — The Milwaukee Water Council has been selected as the inaugural winner of the Growing Blue Award. The award recognizes individuals, organizations and government entities for advancing public
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