Groundwater Treatment

Millions of Americans rely on public or private groundwater sources for their drinking water needs. As drought and population growth threaten groundwater quality and availability in some regions, point-of-use/point-of-entry treatment systems can resolve well water contaminant concerns, such as arsenic, iron and uranium.

Sep 23 2020
The Geological Survey of the Netherlands (GDN) collected data on pollution under Dutch ground, according to Innovation Origins.  The data is being…
Sep 9 2020
About 90 miles east of Columbus, Ohio, lies the village of Lore City, incorporated in 1906. Sewage collection and treatment in the village was…
Aug 26 2020
Fairmead, California, residents may lose water service since the town’s only community well is showing signs it may fail.  The well may fail before a…
Aug 18 2020
The Mystic River Watershed Association, in collaboration with the U.S. EPA, announced its annual Water Quality Report Card on the Mystic River…
Aug 10 2020
The Idaho Conservation League released its second groundwater report on its Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer. The aquifer supplies drinking water for more…
Aug 5 2020
Sauk County, Wisconsin, has revealed the results of its five-year project to monitor well water quality. This project was in collaboration with the…
Aug 3 2020
New rules regulating per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination in drinking water are now in effect for Michigan, according to WXYZ.…
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