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Water leaders rally support for water infrastructure investment

Water sector leaders from across the country gathered in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 10 to rally support for further investment in the nation's water infrastructure.
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Solar-powered desalination best option for off-grid Indian villages, MIT researchers say

India is facing a growing challenge to ensure that it has enough drinking water.
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EPA invests $8 million to improve America's drinking water

Efforts to improve drinking water systems across the United States will be strengthened with the establishment of two innovation centers.
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USDA funding supports restoration of wetlands, farmlands

Landowners are to be given funding to help protect and restore wetlands and farmlands across the United States.
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UK water utility predicts sewage pollution risk

A water utility in the north of England has introduced a new strategy designed to prevent incidents of pollution before they occur.
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Scale inhibitor market set for continued growth

A new report from Research and Markets predicts that the global scale inhibitor market will expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.03% between 2014 and 2019.
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Study shows filtration benefits of mussels

The presence of mussels can significantly improve water quality through filtration, a new study shows.
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Widening gap between water demand, supply drives India's desalination market

India is among the most water stressed countries and industry demand for process water is increasing.
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PepsiCo unveils water monitoring tool

PepsiCo has partnered with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to develop a tool that can be used to forecast the availability of freshwater in water-scarce regions.
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Power plants to spend $35 billion on ultrapure water treatment in 2015

Power plants around the world will spend over $35 billion on new and existing water systems in 2015, according to a new report from The McIlvaine Company.
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