News Digest - June 14, 2019

A brewery in the Czech Republic, inspired by pioneering efforts in the United States, is producing a limited edition beer made from DPR water.

Garver goes to Paris, to plan an expansion and upgrade of the city's wastewater treatment plant.

In Corpus Christi, Freese & Nichols are at work on plans for a new municipal desalination plant, which would be the first seawater desal plant in Texas.

Greg Abbott was in Houston to sign four disaster relief bills, among them SB 7, which Representative Dade Phelan previewed for us at WEAT's Horizon Conference in November. The bills allocate more than $1.6 billion for flood control projects & repairs.

The old and new WOTUS rules were the subject of discussion in Washington, D.C. this week, as the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee held a hearing to offer stakeholders in the rule-making process an opportunity to speak for the public record.

A new system at Pascagoula, Mississippi's wastewater treatment plant sprays a vanilla-scented mist into the air during daytime hours, in an effort to mitigate the plant's smell.

We haven’t heard the last from Wimberley, as debate continues over proposed construction of a wastewater pipeline.

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