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Synagro provides emergency support to New Jersey’s largest wastewater treatment facility

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HOUSTON — Synagro Technologies, Inc. has agreed to provide critical support to bring New Jersey’s largest wastewater treatment facility back into operation following damage sustained from Hurricane Sandy. The Houston-based
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Milwaukee Water Council wins first Growing Blue Award

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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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New AWWA guidebook aims to help water providers achieve environmental compliance

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DENVER — The American Water Works Association (AWWA) has released a new publication designed to help water and wastewater utility personnel understand and comply with U.S. environmental regulations pertaining
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Texas city notified of drinking water contamination

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SAN ANGELO, Texas — The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) on Thursday notified the city of San Angelo that its drinking water has elevated levels of potentially carcinogenic
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Broken main spills 14 million gallons of raw sewage into Virginia waterway

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SUFFOLK, Va. — More than 14 million gallons of raw sewage has spilled from a ruptured main into a tributary of the Nansemond River, WSET.com reported. According to the
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Former wastewater plant employees on trial for water test tampering

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HAMMOND, Ind. — Former employees of the Gary, Ind. Sanitary District wastewater plant are on trial this week facing allegations they tampered with wastewater-monitoring samples, Gary News reported. The
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United Water completes $52 million upgrade at Rhode Island pollution control facility

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EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. — United Water celebrated Wednesday the completion of infrastructure upgrades totaling $52 million at its City of East Providence Water Pollution Control Facility. The upgrades included
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Water Environment Federation announces 2012-2013 Board of Trustees

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Water Environment Federation (WEF) officially announced the member of its 2012-2013 Board of Trustees at WEFTEC 2012 in New Orleans on Oct. 2. During a
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Ruptured pipeline spills 3 million gallons of sewage in New York

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NEWBURGH, N.Y. — A state of emergency was declared Friday in the town of Newburgh, N.Y., where a ruptured pipeline released approximately 3 million gallons of sewage, Newsday.com reported.
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Detroit Water and Sewerage workers go on strike

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DETROIT – Despite a judge’s order to return to work, about 50 Detroit Water and Sewerage Department employees continued to strike outside the department’s wastewater plant Monday, The Detroit
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