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As reported by the Associated Press, California water regulators voted in August to approve fines up to $500 a day for residents who waste water on lawns, landscaping and car washing, as a report showed that consumption throughout the state has actually risen amid the worst drought in nearly four decades.

Atlas Copco’s employee-run Water for All organization is celebrating 30 years of providing people in need with long-term access to safe, clean water and sanitation.

Krausz USA’s HYMAX GRIP pipe coupling and flange adaptor features patented technology that uses universal teeth to restrain all types of connecting plastic and metal pipes.

On Sept. 10, water sector leaders from across the country invited Washington to join them in investing the hundreds of billions of dollars required to strengthen the nation’s water infrastructure – helping bolster America’s workforce and sharpen the nation’s competitive edge.

Echologics, alongside Severn Trent Water and Loughborough University, took home the Water Industry Achievement Awards’ Most Innovative New Technology of the Year and the overall Outstanding Innovation 2014 awards.

Xylem, a leading global water technology company focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, announces the relocation of its Garner, NC, branch.

Baltimore City Department of Public Works will soon implement a new pipe condition assessment service as a means to assess the condition of select water distribution and transmission mains throughout the city.

The Utah State University (USU) Buried Structures Laboratory has published a comprehensive study on PVC pipe excavations, testing and life cycle analysis.

President Obama on June 10 signed into law a $12.3 billion water resources bill that will improve U.S. infrastructure, contribute to economic growth and bolster international trade.

The Borough of Monaca located in Beaver County, PA, recently implemented a new smart water network and expects to save more than $2.6 million by 2026 through leak detection and increased efficiencies.

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