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Finding the Sweet Spot…in Wastewater

Finding the Sweet Spot…in Wastewater

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From yogurt to diet sodas and low-calorie desserts, grocery market shelves today are lined with an unfathomable array of products containing sucralose. And beyond trimming calories, the artificial sweetener is being used to help identify high concentrations of potential pollutants.

Sucralose is being used as what experts call a “tracer,” or  … Read More

Sleuthing With Sewer Water

Sleuthing With Sewer Water

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It seems like a novel way to crack a case—a sewer-system search for chemical residues—but law enforcement officials are now using wastewater analysis to help them understand drug use and identify drug-dealing organizations.

A new study published this month in Forensic Science International, explains recent interest in wastewater-based epidemiology. It seems  … Read More

New Data Available in EPA’s Nitrogen and Phosphorus Pollution Data Access Tool

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EPA has added updated data in the NPDAT, a tool intended to help states develop effective nitrogen and phosphorus source reduction strategies. The data layer “Facilities Likely to Discharge Nitrogen/Phosphorus (N/P) to Water” now provides information on N/P discharges from 2014 facility monitoring reports (previously 2013 information was the most  … Read More



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