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.

Jun 19 2020
A new study by the Water Foundation predicts tens of thousands of people could lose their drinking water under current Sustainable Groundwater…
Jun 10 2020
The Ohio EPA is giving companies and governments flexibility in water testing and reporting during the coronavirus pandemic. According to Dispatch…
May 27 2020
As many as 220 million people around the world may be at risk of drinking groundwater contaminated with arsenic, according to a new study published…
May 12 2020
Clay layers may be contaminating groundwater with arsenic in parts of Bangladesh, according to a recent study.  The study, published in Nature…
May 8 2020
In this special stay-at-home episode of Talking Under Water, One Water, One Podcast, hosts Lauren Del Ciello, Katie Johns and Bob Crossen provide an…
May 4 2020
A permit has been upheld allowing Nestle Waters North America’s plans to withdraw 576,000 gallons of groundwater per day from the headwaters of two…
Apr 23 2020
The Supreme Court ruled that the Clean Water Act (CWA) requires the federal government to regulate some groundwater pollutants that can make it into…
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