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Environmentalists call for tighter rules on New Jersey stormwater permits

The environmental groups have sent a letter to the state Department of Environmental Protection, claiming that current rules do little to prevent water pollution.
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San Antonio HDPE pipeline project recognized with prestigious award

The Regional Carrizo pipeline was constructed with the intention to provide water to 60,000 households, in a bid to allow the local water system to catch up with growing water demand.
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Two chemical spills confirmed in North Carolina

City officials in Charlotte, N.C., have reported two unrelated incidents of chemical discharge into local waterways.
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San Jacinto wastewater treatment plant upgrade expected to finish this November

Once the upgrade is completed, the plant will have a daily capacity of 14 million gallons of water, up from 11 million gallons.
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Uniform standards introduced for water, wastewater operator certification programs

The Model Standards of Operator Certification address a significant industry need for consistency among the management of state public water and wastewater systems.
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South Carolina water company wins prestigious award for high performance standards

Greenville Water has been named the winner of the Phase IV Presidents Award, which is handed out to utilities that have met the most stringent quality standards and is quite rarely awarded.
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Antibiotic-resistant gene in Chinese wastewater treatment plant discharge

Researchers claim that several wastewater treatment plants in China have been discharging water containing an antibiotic-resistant gene.
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Share of private ownership in desalination projects increases

The Global Desalination Market Trends & Ownership Strategies 2014-2018 report found that the Middle East will continue to play a crucial role in the development of the desalination market.
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Study finds low levels of chemicals in one in three US water utilities

Potentially dangerous chemicals were detected in more than one in three water utilities that were monitored for a new study carried out by the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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Illinois water officials sentenced for concealing contaminated water supplies

Two former water officials in the town of Crestwood, Ill., have each been sentenced at a U.S. District Court to two years of probation for manipulating records showing that the town's water supplies had been tainted for two decades.
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