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Water & Wastes Digest
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Water & Wastes Digest provides unique, comprehensive content that covers timely news, water and wastewater industry trends, technical solutions and best practices.
Water & Wastes Digest provides unique, comprehensive content that covers timely news, water and wastewater industry trends, technical solutions and best practices.

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New photos have revealed millions of water bottles intended for survivors of Hurricane Maria sitting on a runway in Ceiba, Puerto Rico, more than a year after the storm hit the island.
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A new study from researchers at Penn State found that soil may be a natural filter that can act as a tertiary treatment for wastewater, preventing antibiotics and other emerging contaminants from damaging groundwater.
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Hog farmers near the North Carolina coast have been hurrying to lower waste pools as Hurricane Florence nears the East Coast.
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Methane gas is the expected culprit for an explosion in the sludge concentration building at the Calumet Water Reclamation Plant in Cook County, Chicago, that injured 10 people.
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The San Diego Water Board has filed suit against the U.S. section of the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC) over Clean Water Act violations.
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Pure Water Brew Boise launched a pilot program that converts wastewater from the Lander Street Renewal Facility into drinking water that will go to five local breweries throughout Boise, Idaho.
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The Cayucos Sanitary District in California broke ground on a new wastewater treatment plant. The $25 million project is expected to be finished by the summer of 2020.
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The Binghamton, N.Y., wastewater treatment plant, joint-owned by the village of Johnson City, N.Y., discharged approximately 34,976,300 gal of untreated wastewater and storm water runoff into the Susquehanna River.
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A new study by researchers from Duke University found that the amount of water used for fracking in oil and gas wells increased up to 770% from 2011 to 2016.
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A man was rescued from the roof of his Chevrolet truck after crashing into a sinkhole created by a water main break in Worcester, Mass. View the rescue:
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