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ACWI Meeting Highlights Continuing USGS Data Efforts

ACWI Meeting Highlights Continuing USGS Data Efforts

The Advisory Committee on Water Information (ACWI) held its Annual Meeting last week on January 17-18 at the USGS Headquarters...

Water Environment & Reuse Foundation and Water Research Foundation Announce Integration into One Organization

Water Environment & Reuse Foundation and Water Research Foundation Announce Integration into One Organization

As of January 1, 2018, there’s a new organization in town.  The Water Research Foundation (WRF) and Water Environment &...

Senators Agree on Another CR

Senators Agree on Another CR

The Government Shutdown seems to be over…or nearly so.  Within the last hour, the Senate has voted to approve another...

T-Minus 11 Hours Until Potential Federal Government Shutdown

T-Minus 11 Hours Until Potential Federal Government Shutdown

It’s Friday, January 19, at 1 PM EST in Washington, D.C., with the current Continuing Resolution (CR) scheduled to lapse...

EPA Requests Public Comment on Waiver Renewal for Stainless-Steel Nuts and Bolts

EPA Requests Public Comment on Waiver Renewal for Stainless-Steel Nuts and Bolts

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is requesting public comment on its American Iron and Steel (AIS) waiver for stainless steel...

ASDWA Asks for Timely Actions by EPA and CDC on PFAS

ASDWA Asks for Timely Actions by EPA and CDC on PFAS

On Friday, January 12th, ASDWA sent a letter to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and CDC Director Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald that...

EPA Releases Potable Reuse Compendium

EPA Releases Potable Reuse Compendium

Today (1/11), EPA released its 2017 Potable Reuse Compendium. This compendium supplements EPA’s 2012 Guidelines for Water Reuse by informing readers...

Recent Radium Report May Raise Unneeded Health Concerns

Recent Radium Report May Raise Unneeded Health Concerns

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) released a report today with the headline that 170 million Americans drink radioactive water based on...

Bipartisan House Group Takes on Infrastructure

Bipartisan House Group Takes on Infrastructure

Forty-eight Democrats and Republicans, yesterday, came together in the House to propose some “how to” fixes for the Nation’s infrastructure. ...

Never Say Never…or Maybe Not

Never Say Never…or Maybe Not

The Federal government ostensibly runs out of money next Friday.  Congress has managed to paralyze itself for most of a...

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