Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world’s most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
With an abundance of rainwater falling on the Caribbean and Central America, harvesting it could make water supplies more resilient.
With major US infrastructure upgrades on the horizon, Brookings Institution and US Water Alliance stress training a workforce to maintain them.
Rav Bahamas has contracted with Fluence to replace its Resorts World desalination plant on North Bimini in the Bahamas with three NIROBOX™ SW units.
Utah’s Great Salt Lake finds itself in jeopardy as states vie for Bear River water to supply growing communities and agriculture.
The mining industry is increasingly rising to the challenge of greening its operations to meet new regulations and to overcome public opposition.
In the aftermath of Cape Town’s “Day Zero” crisis, what lessons have been learned? Considering drought may end, is mega infrastructure the answer?
The area surrounding Tucson’s Santa Cruz River was once a vital, productive habitat. The Heritage Project seeks to use recycled water to make it so again.
When hurricane damage crippled the Princess Margaret Hospital on Dominica, the Caribbean Desalination Association (CaribDA) and the water treatment industry stepped in to help.
As water crisis looms in Lima, Peru, NGOs and public-private partnerships step in to meet the challenge of climate change and population growth.