Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Wildfires in Australia have the potential to seriously damage water supplies already stressed by drought, whether rains come sooner or later.
Anaerobic digestion not only treats wastewater efficiently, but it also can generate enough energy from wastewater to power treatment processes.
Glaciers are disappearing quickly, threatening agriculture, drinking water supplies, hydropower generation, and many other human activities.
India’s deluge-or-drought rainfall pattern is predicted to continue indefinitely, changing everything from the culture to the economy.
Zero liquid discharge plants use wastewater treatments that leave all effluent ready for reuse, whether for irrigation or replacing freshwater supplies.
Caught between drought and disintegrating water infrastructure, Jamaica is considering state decentralized desalination.