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PFAS, The Next Challenge for Water Utilities: Emerging Regulations, Technologies, and Forecasts, 2020-2030

The health dangers from PFAS compounds—a class of several thousand chemicals with a seven-decade legacy of military, industrial, and commercial use nationwide—have risen dramatically in public consciousness over the past few years.... »

PFAS Regulation for Water Advances Through State Actions

The U.S. regulatory environment addressing PFAS has picked up pace over the last two months. On 29 May 2019, the State of New Hampshire filed a lawsuit against Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) producers. ... »

23 Jul 2018

Harmful Algal Blooms: Drinking Water System Impacts & Treatment Solutions, and Market Sizing

The most recently published EPA assessment of U.S. lakes estimates that around 40% of the country’s lakes and reservoirs are at risk to Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Blooms (CyanoHABs). While algae h... »

Calgon Carbon Taken Away in Water-Related M&A

On 21 September 2017, Japanese specialty chemicals company Kuraray Co. Ltd. announced the acquisition of Calgon Carbon Corporation. By taking over Calgon, Kuraray adds a new... »

U.S. Municipal Water Reuse: Opportunities, Outlook, & Competitive Landscape 2017-2027

The need to secure future water supplies, in the face of increasing demand and uncertain water availability, is driving adoption of water reuse. Bluefield forecasts municipal water reuse systems will ... »

Global Ballast Water Market Takes Shape

On 15 December 2015, Wärtsilä Corporation announced a contract to supply 12 Aquarius UV ballast water systems to Japan's Namura and Onomichi shipyards. The systems will be delivered in Q4 2014 throu... »



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23 Jun 2020 Revealed: millions of Americans can’t afford water as bills rise 80% in a decade

08 Jun 2020 PFAS, Forever Chemicals Forecasted to Drive US$12.1 Billion in Water Utilities’ Spend Over Next Decade