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Pennsylvania American Water to start $300,000 water line upgrade in Norristown
Pennsylvania American Water is set to start the new water main installation in Norristown to improve service reliability, prevent water outages and enhance fire protection.
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Pennsylvania American Water starts $1.1m water line replacement project in Dunmore
Pennsylvania American Water is upgrading more than 6,000 feet of water main in Dunmore to improve reliability for customers, reduce service disruptions and increase water flows for firefighting.
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Suez completes acquisition of GE's Water & Process Technologies
By CTBR Staff Writer
Suez has completed the previously announced acquisition of GE’s Water & Process Technologies for $3.4bn.
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NIB to provide €150m loan for Swedish wastewater treatment plant
By CTBR Staff Writer
Nordic Investment Bank (NIB) has agreed to provide SEK1.5bn (€158m) loan to the City of Stockholm to expand the Henriksdal underground wastewater treatment plant and build a 15km sewer tunnel under the southern-central part of the city.
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EPA awards $19.5m for water projects in Nevada
By CTBR Staff Writer
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $19.5m to Nevada to improve its drinking water and wastewater infrastructure and to take up programs to reduce water pollution.
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American Water starts $220,000 water tank rehab in Pennsylvania
American Water's Pennsylvania division is investing $220,000 for rehabilitation and repainting of one of its Exeter Township water storage tanks to provide a protective barrier and prevent rusting that could compromise water quality.
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Fluence grabs $2.5m contract in Argentina to build wastewater treatment plant
Fluence's Argentinian subsidiary, has secured a $2.5m turnkey contract to provide a high efficiency wastewater and reuse treatment plant.
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Pennsylvania American Water starts $2.4m upgrade at Pittsburgh South Hills
American Water's Pennsylvania division has started new water main installation in Mt. Lebanon and Scott Townships for improved service reliability, prevention of water outages and enhanced fire protection.
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Fluence starts production of first MABR modules from Chinese facility
By CTBR Staff Writer
Water and wastewater treatment company Fluence has completed the batch of Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) modules from its newly built production facility in China.
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Xylem, WE&RF extend partnership on water research
By CTBR Staff Writer
New York-based water technology company Xylem and Water Environment and Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) have renewed their partnership related to research.
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American Water invests $4.4m on water infrastructure in Monmouth County, New Jersey
American Water's New Jersey division has started working on a number of water infrastructure improvements by investing over $4.4m in Monmouth County service areas.
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Aqua America CEO to testify to US House of Representatives on water systems, infrastructure
Aqua America's CEO Chris Franklin will testify to the US House of Representatives' Transportation and Infrastructure Committee's Subcommittee on Water Resources and the Environment.
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Ecofiscal Commission urges municipalities to make users pay for water services
Canada's Ecofiscal Commission has asked the municipalities to make their users pay for the water services, in a recently released report, Only the Pipes Should be Hidden: Best practices for pricing and improving municipal water and wastewater services.
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PPPs can help infrastructure gap in Asia, says ADB
By using private capital and technical expertise through public-private partnerships (PPPs) can help Asian countries in meeting their infrastructure needs, which stand at $1.7 trillion per year, as per a report by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
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US BR approves land use by City of Huron, Ohio
The US Bureau of Reclamation agreed to approve a land use authorization for the City of Huron, which requested to use 188 acres of Reclamation land to grow alfalfa for reducing nitrogen and other contaminants produced by the city’s waste water treatment plant.
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