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Kansas state officials investigate Wichita groundwater contamination

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Several areas in Wichita have been advised to avoid using drinking water coming from their usual sources.
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GE, Saudi Aramco launch project to improve desalination technologies

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Saudi Aramco and GE will award a $200,000 grant to the winners of a competition for the best desalination technology ideas that can lower costs and improve efficiencies.
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Dallas to start old water mains replacement project

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Although the water quality meets state and federal standards, the aging pipeline infrastructure gives the water a yellowish tint, most often after rainstorms.
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Radiation-tolerant algae could be used to clean up wastewater from nuclear plants

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A species of radiation-tolerant algae may soon be used to clean up effluent and wastewater produced by nuclear facilities.
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EU-backed research seeks to develop quick water quality test

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A group of research organizations from 13 European countries have joined forces to develop a high-speed test that could dramatically reduce the time needed to detect viruses and bacteria in drinking water.
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Arsenic in well water linked to lower IQ in children

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The presence of arsenic in drinking water may interfere with intellectual development in children, a new study warns.
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California water recycling facility reaches milestone

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The city of El Segundo announced that the West Basin Municipal Water District has recycled 150 billion gallons of water at its Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility.
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Veolia outlines strategic move towards mining industry

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French water and environmental services giant Veolia Environnement SA is looking to increase its share of sales to the mining industry.
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US sales of water treatment chemicals for gas turbine power plants to reach $160 million

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Although sales of gas turbine power plants are gaining momentum worldwide, the United States is the fastest-growing market.
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USGS blames oil drilling for water contamination in Montana

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USGS researchers said that disposal of brine water from oil operations for decades has affected the quality of both private drinking water wells and public water supply wells.
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