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Global university program to promote water reuse

DENVER — CH2M HILL WaterMatch is collaborating with Net Impact to launch the new WaterMatch Makers University Program. This first-of-its-kind program channels the energy and creative thinking of students
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Majority of Americans support water reuse, survey finds

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Amidst growing water scarcity and concern about the future availability and quality of water, a new GE consumer survey unveiled today indicates that Americans strongly support
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UConn water reclamation facility to recycle 1 million gallons per day

STORS, Conn. — A new water reclamation facility on the University of Connecticut’s campus will be capable of treating 1 million gallons of non-potable water per day once it
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Recycled water treatment facility opens in California

NOVATO, Calif. — A dedication ceremony was held Thursday for a new recycled water treatment facility in Novato, Calif., Novato.patch.com reported. The Novato Sanitary District’s recently completed Recycled Water
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Biorefining technology transforms food waste into nutrient products

ALBERTA, Canada — A new biorefining technology for processing organic waste has been granted a patent by the United States Patent Office. This new thermal hydrolysis and fractionation process,
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Virginia composting facility earns national recognition

DENVER — CH2M HILL’s Spotsylvania County Livingston Composting Facility in Fredericksburg, Va., has earned a Composting Systems Gold Excellence Award from the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA).
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WEFTEC workshops to shed light on biogas

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The Water Environment Federation (WEF) will explore obstacles to harnessing biogas and present solutions in a series of workshops at WEFTEC 2012, WEF’s 85th Annual Technical
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Professor honored for wastewater-to-biofuel research

LAWRENCE, Kan. — A unique research project designed to remove potentially harmful nutrients from wastewater while creating an alternative fuel source has earned national recognition for a faculty member
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LA County buys farmland for mega-composting project

KINGS COUNTY, Calif. — The Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County recently bought 14,500 acres of farmland in Kings County where it plans to locate a new $120 million
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Wettest April in history helps power station reduce water footprint

ELGA Process Water, a Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies company, has supplied a two-stage membrane water purification system to E.ON’s Castleford Power Station to recover harvested rainwater for use
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