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Third-party review of Iqaluit water crisis suggests disagreements slowed down response

Bypass system could have been implemented sooner if city, territory were in agreement

Wheatley, Tilbury have received seven trailer loads of water since water plant shutdown

Amount of supplied bulk drinking water equals 170,000 litres

Proposed walking trail for Shawnigan Lake could compromise drinking water source

Biologist says removal of trees to allow trail could lead to erosion, leaching of sediment into lake

Saudi-owned farm in Arizona loses its lease after violating groundwater-taking terms

Farm has continuously pumped out untold amounts of groundwater

UNICEF 'alarmed' by Israel's suspension of water supply to Gaza Strip

Tactic from Middle Eastern conflict not in keeping with international laws, agency says

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Electrical Tubing Actuator

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Research shows ultrasound can help break up PFAS in groundwater

Experiments conducted at Ohio State University show promise » Read More...

OGWA president’s message: Ontario association as an information hub

Harm can come when information is read incorrectly » Read More...
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Join NGWA in celebrating 75 years at Groundwater Week 2023!

Join NGWA in celebrating 75 years of excellence during Groundwater Week 2023 December 5-7 in Las Vegas, Nevada (USA). This highly anticipated annual event provides a unique opportunity for professionals from all sectors of the groundwater industry to come together to exchange knowledge, share ideas, and learn about the latest advancements in science and technology. In addition to an exceptional lineup of exhibitors, there are workshops, educational offerings, and networking opportunities with industry leaders, all designed to prepare you for success in developing solutions to current and future groundwater challenges. Visit GroundwaterWeek.com for the details as well as to register. » Learn more...