Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
As population growth and drought deplete aquifers, the ground above them subsides. A new study shows a fifth of the world’s population is at risk.
As the population grows and demand for fresh water exceeds supply, desalination of seawater and groundwater can help fill the gap.
A large, freshwater aquifer has been discovered under the seabed off the coast of Hawaii.
Decentralized treatment means locating water or wastewater treatment at the site of supply and/or demand. It’s a flexible and sustainable alternative to large, centralized treatment plants.
Treating food-processing wastewater high in organic waste requires complex, multi-stage treatment, but resource recovery opportunities can offset the costs.
As schools pay more attention to their water footprints, new modular wastewater treatment options are ready to help them establish water reuse systems.