A voluntary, multi-jurisdictional plan to preserve and improve the quality of an irreplaceable water system in western Nevada is this year’s recipient of the American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) Exemplary Source Water Protection Award.
A North Texas water utility is building one of the state’s largest water projects in a generation, at a site unique for its eroded riverbed and paleontological history.
Position: Technology Coordinator
It’s not every day your home city is showcased on a world stage.
The grande dame of ornamental water towers is undergoing a $6.2 million facelift.
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Position: Laboratory Supervisor
Last week’s release by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) of guidance related to lead service line inventories is a timely reminder that Oct. 16, 2024, is coming. That’s the compliance date for the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR).
An enthusiastic crew of more than 300 canoe-paddling volunteers – including Taylor Hopper, a member of the Iowa Section of the American Water Works Association – traversed along 61 miles of the West Fork of the Des Moines River in northwest Iowa earlier this month during the state’s largest annual river clean-up event, Project AWARE (A Watershed Awareness River Expedition).