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Soil reverses toxic effects of urban stormwater runoff

Allowing stormwater to filter through a simple column of soil has a dramatic effect on the quality of the water, a new study reveals.
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EPA supports financing innovation in water sector

A new resource launched by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will help communities across the United States improve their wastewater, drinking water and stormwater systems.
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Beijing residents recycle water after price hike

Since a major price hike in May, household water consumption in the Chinese capital city has declined by 0.17 cubic meters daily, or an average drop of 2 liters per person.
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Spain's FCC Aqualia to build water treatment plants in Serbia, Kosovo

Spanish water management company FCC Aqualia has extended its international business portfolio to include Serbia and Kosovo in Southeastern Europe and also signed a new wastewater agreement in its home market.
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Arkansas city agrees to cut sewage discharges

The city of Fort Smith, Arkansas, has agreed to upgrade its sewer collection and treatment system to reduce discharges of raw sewage into local waterways.
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Spain's FCC Aqualia wins wastewater contract in Qatar

Spanish water management company FCC Aqualia has won a contract to manage the sewerage system in Al Dhakhira, Qatar, for the next 10 years.
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Road salt contaminates urban streams

Salt may do a great job of keeping the roads clear of dangerous ice, but the runoff pollutes urban streams across much of the United States.
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US water utilities break even as capital spending falls

Municipal water utilities in the United States broke even this year, although their improved financial position came at the expense of capital investment.
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Fort Smith officials outline plan to eliminate sewer overflows

Officials in Fort Smith, Arkansas, have drawn up detailed plans to bring the city into compliance with the federal Clean Water Act.
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Fort Wayne takes over Aqua Indiana water system

Aqua Indiana's drinking water system in southwest Allen County has been transferred to the city of Fort Wayne in a $50.1 million deal.
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