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Is Australia’s Drinking Water Safe?

Modular water treatment can help bring safe drinking water to remote, underserved communities The quality of drinking water in Australia is generally high, with 93% of households having access to clean, safe drinking water. Yet, while this is true for urban...

Drought Shifts China’s Focus to Infrastructure

Hydropower crisis and climate change prompt new water projects This year’s record heat wave in China has dried up large swaths of the Yangtze River basin, and the drought has caused a continuing hydropower crisis in the southwest. The drought is affecting...

U.S. West Gets Tough on Water Waste

As water becomes scarcer, solutions like water reuse and desalination are becoming more relevant In the western United States, feats of civil engineering in the 20th century diverted river flows and snowmelt to make life in many naturally arid areas more inviting....

Low Lake Mead Water Levels Are a Wake-up Call

Strange scenes emerge from shrinking lake bed A boat with its bow pointed skyward juts out of a dry lake bed, its stern lodged firmly in what once was mud. It’s hard not to see the image as a monument to the West’s 23-year megadrought, because this...

Inflation Reduction Act to Boost Biogas Projects in the United States

New legislation promotes greater adoption of anaerobic digestion in the US On August 16, United States President Biden signed the $750 billion Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law and biogas industry groups immediately hailed its hefty incentives for anaerobic...

Scientists Propose Solutions to Address Global Phosphorus Crisis

Sustainable food systems and wastewater treatment are keys to avoiding global phosphorus crisis Phosphorus is an important, but finite, element used in fertilizers, animal feed, and food additives. It’s extracted from phosphate rock, a limited resource: Five...

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