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U.S. House of Representatives Votes on PFAS Action Act

In response to growing concerns about the family of synthetic chemicals known as PFAS, the U.S. House of Representatives has voted on the bipartisan...

Bluefield Report Pinpoints Opportunities for Tech in U.S. Water Sector

In 2017, U.S. industry spent $10.2 billion on water management, including water acquisition, treatment, reuse, and discharge, according to Bluefield Research. In its latest report, Opportunities...

Ultra-High Capacity Stormwater Chamber Passes CSA Rating Tests

CULTEC, a Brookfield, Connecticut company that specializes in providing chambers for stormwater management, recently received third-party certification for its newest product to be used...

Grass Carp Eggs Found in Lake Erie Tributary

Yesterday, the U.S.’s Asian Carp Regional Coordinating Committee and the bi-national Council of Great Lakes Fishery Agencies announced the discovery of grass carp eggs...

NASA Maps Saskatchewan’s Wetlands, North Sask. River

Saskatchewan’s wetlands and North Saskatchewan River have been chosen as a testing ground for new NASA technologies designed to map water in northern environments...

U.S. Bans Microbeads, Canada Could Follow

The U.S. has joined the battle against polyethylene microbeads by banning the use of the tiny plastic pellets commonly used as exfoliants in cosmetic...

Economic benefits of cleaning up a city’s waterfront

By Mario Carr A strong economy needs a healthy watershed. One municipality that understands this all too well is Hamilton, Ontario. Clean-up projects to reverse more...

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