Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world’s most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
A comprehensive study of pharmaceuticals in the Hudson River has detected concerning levels of contaminants not removed by sewage treatment.
Studies show that positive communication between a water utility and the public is key for customer satisfaction and public support for projects.
In an age of water scarcity, finding the best water storage strategies is vital. Aquifer recharge is showing great promise compared to surface storage.
From production cooling to cleaning, to fabrication, water plays a large role in the aerospace industry. What’s being done to increase sustainability?
Data from the NASA GRACE satellite mission has led to sobering conclusions on freshwater distributions across the globe.
Water managers face a daunting bill for replacing aged infrastructure, but the decentralized treatment model may be a way of thinking outside the pipes.
Researchers’ block polymer membranes are showing promise in wastewater treatment, desalination, and resource recovery.
As supplies of fresh water dwindle, the water need in manufacturing is growing. Can water technologies like desalination and reuse help meet the need?
The pulp and paper (P&P) industry is using a range of strategies to respond to regulatory pressure and rising energy and water sourcing costs.