Full Water Solutions Company Boosts On-Site Expertise

WOOD DALE, IL — Earthwise Environmental is pleased to announce the hiring of six new team members this week to fill key positions in the growing company. “With roughly 150 years of combined experience in water treatment, these six individuals add depth to our current team and increase our capacity to deliver on-site technical service […]

Global $1.41 Billion Electric Tankless Water Heater Market 2017-2023

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Global Electric Tankless Water Heater Market Size, Demand, Opportunity & Growth Outlook 2023” report to its offerings. The global electric tankless water heater market is flourishing due to the rising demand for energy efficient and technologically advanced home appliance. The increasing number of luxury residential societies […]

Mortenson Raises Estimate for 2017 Chicago Construction Cost Increases to 4.5%

CHICAGO — With supplies of some key materials, equipment and labor tightening, Mortenson Construction has raised its estimate for non-residential construction cost increases in Chicago for 2017 from 4 percent to 4.5 percent, the highest among the major markets that the national builder and developer tracks. This year’s increase follows a 2016 jump of 4.3 […]

Water Safety Management Program Guidance to Assist Reduction of Legionella Risk

WARRENVILLE, Ill. /PRNewswire/ — Phigenics, the leading independent provider of enterprise water management programs, has developed a resource page to help healthcare providers achieve compliance with Survey and Certification (S&C) 17-30 requirements created by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). The CMS requires healthcare facilities to have in place water management policies and […]

Harvey’s Floodwaters Mix a Foul Brew of Sewage, Chemicals

By John Flesher Harvey’s filthy floodwaters pose significant dangers to human safety and the environment even after water levels drop far enough that Southeast Texas residents no longer fear for their lives, according to experts. Houston already was notorious for sewer overflows following rainstorms. Now the system, with 40 wastewater treatment plants across the far-flung […]