Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
The leather industry is very water-intensive for its size, but water reuse can help companies reduce their water footprint.
Penn State researchers have worked on formulae to determine the water footprints of large and mid-sized cities.
Meat packing plants have been exceeding their permitted wastewater discharge limits; decentralized treatment and waste-to-energy are potential solutions.
A microbe isolated from a sludge sample has been shown effective in treatment of concurrent dioxane/1,1-DCE contamination.
In a recent paper, Stanford researchers outlined a four-point strategy to catalyze renewal of water infrastructure.
In a recent paper, the World Bank notes a vicious cycle of water shortage and fragility in the Middle East and North Africa.