Water Rehabilitation

EPA Invites 39 Metropolitan Districts to Apply for Water Infrastructure Loans

The agency anticipates that, as funds become available, $6.7 billion in WIFIA loans will help finance over $15 billion in water infrastructure projects to protect public health and water quality across 24 states.

Water Main Break Closes Key Highway in Downtown San Diego

San Diego experienced a water main break that flooded a key highway into downtown.

Hamtramck in Detroit Area is Latest Facing Lead in Water

Another city in Michigan is providing residents with water filters after high lead counts were found in the city's drinking water.

Water Agencies Partner to Advance Development of Large-Scale Recycled Water Project

Water agencies in Arizona and California partner to form one of the largest water recycling plants in the U.S.

Water Main Break Sparks Concern About Wichita’s Aging Pipes

A water main break caused a boil water advisory for thousands of Wichita residents and demonstrates concern over aging infrastructure.

NW Indiana Launches Water Main Replacement Project

An Indiana utility is beginning a project to replace 11 miles of aging water pipes.

Louisiana Communities Face Severe Flooding After Hurricane Ida

Over 400,000 residents of Louisiana are without water service and over 300,000 additional residents are on boil=warer notice after Hurricane Ida blew through the region.

Louisiana Receiving Water System Applications for Grants

Louisiana has received several grant applications for water system upgrades throughout the state.

Booming Colo. Town Asks, ‘Where will water come from?’

A Colorado town struggles to provide enough clean water due to droughts and population increases.

Central Kentucky Airport Recommended for Federal Funding

The Central Kentucky Airport will receive funding for a wastewater collection and treatment project.

EPA Water Chief Discusses Clean Water Protections in an AP Interview

AP reporters speak with EPA Water Chief Radhika Fox to discuss water regulation.

EPA Grant to Help Grand Rapids Replace Lead Service Lines

The EPA provided a $5.1 million grant to replace service lines in Michigan.

US Agency Offers $307 Million for Rural Water Projects

Officials will provide $307 million in grants for rural water infrastructure.

Tribe Becomes Key Water Player with Drought Aid to Arizona

A tribe in Arizona works with state officials to combat droughts and improve water quality.

Analysis: Louisiana Lawmakers Tackle Water System Upgrades

Officials in Louisiana are working to improve the state's water systems through infrastructure upgrades and effective grading metrics.

Rain May Delay Work on Mississippi Water Pumps

Crews are working to fix water pumps in Jackson but weather may delay the project.

Leak at Florida Wastewater Pond Prompts Evacuations

A large pond of wastewater in Florida threatened to flood roads in the Tampa Bay Area.

EPA Urged to Reconsider Listing Missouri Lakes as ‘Impaired’

Many of Missouri's lakes are considered impaired and several congressional delegation members are trying to change the status.

Digital Water Project Activity Rebounds by 11%

Digital water project activity increased by 11% in 2020.

Opechee Bay Water Leveled to be Lowered for Dam Repair

Opechee Bay is having water level decreases to make room for dam repairs.

11 Rescued from Flooded Streets After Main Break

A large water main break left cars submerged in an area in Pennsylvania.

Grand Canyon National Park to Undergo Repairs on Water Pipeline

The Grand Canyon National Park will undergo repairs on a leaking drinking water pipeline.

Work Starts on $32M Project to Turn Open Water Back to Marsh

A $32M project to bring back marsh into southwest Louisiana to protect the area from hurricanes.

Navajo Nation Reached Settlements Over Mine Spill

The Navajo Nation reached a settlement with New Mexico over a mine spill that resulted in the contamination of rivers in three states.

Debates Escalate After Officials Charged Over Flint Water Crisis

Debates rise after a former Michigan health official was charged with involuntary manslaughter along with eight others who were faced with a variety of charges regarding the Flint water crisis.

Critics Say EPA Allowing More Time to Fix Lead-Tainted Water

The country's 29-year-old framework to eliminate toxic lead from drinking water has changed but critics say the new rule gives utilities more time to replace old pipes.

Oklahoma Grants $205 Million for Kaw Lake Water Supply Project

The Enid Municipal Authority was approved for funding from the Oklahoma Water Resources Board to improve the Authority's water infrastructure.

Michigan Governor Announces $500 Million Water Infrastructure Plan

The governor of Michigan has announced a $500 million dollar plan to upgrade the state's water and wastewater infrastructure.

Study Predicts $52 Billion in Water Utility Trenchless Technology Investments over Next Decade

A new study by Bluefield Research expects the economic recession combined with aging water infrastructure across the country will spur over $50 billion in trenchless technology investments.

Aegion Corporation Wins $8 Million Texas Wastewater Rehab Contract

Insituform, a subsidiary of Aegion, announced it has been awarded an $8 million large-diameter wastewater pipeline rehabilitation contract in Southwest Texas.

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