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Significant Water-Reuse Revenue Growth Expected by Mid-2018

In survey, industry insiders rank importance of perceived market drivers, including water scarcity and cost The publication Water. desalination + reuse recently surveyed a diverse pool of 347 industry professionals from around the world on the factors driving market...

2017: An Exceptional Year for Fluence

We're dedicated to bringing clean water to where it's needed Happy New Year to all our readers! 2017 was an exceptional year for Fluence. Take a look at this short video to see some of the reasons why we're grateful for 2017 and are ready for the challenges of 2018....

Report: Australian Water Price Could More Than Double by 2030

Increasing efficiency, privatization, and infrastructure updates proposed as solutions Infrastructure Australia, an independent statutory source of research and recommendations for government, has issued a stark warning about projected Australian water prices in its...

Oklahoma Oil Industry Eyes Produced Water Reuse Strategies

As the scale of fracking increases, states and operators are rethinking produced water management Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is a technique for stimulating production in an oil or gas well by injecting large quantities of pressurized fluid, which creates...

MABR: A Wastewater Treatment Technology for the Future

Passive Aeration Leads to Huge Energy Savings Membrane aerated biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology provides a revolutionary improvement in aerobic wastewater treatment for a number of reasons, particularly its high energy efficiency and increased treatment capacity,...

Study: Buffer Zones Effective in Nitrate Removal

Nitrates can harm aquatic ecosystems and the people who depend on them Too much of a good thing can be a big problem. Nitrogen makes up about 78% of the air we breathe. In its nitrate form, nitrogen is used to fertilize the crops we eat. But, excess nitrogen in...

Arizona Removing Obstacles to Wastewater Recycling

Starting in 2018, new rules will allow direct potable reuse of wastewater Existing technology can efficiently treat water to any desired level of purity, but no municipal water system in the United States has yet adopted direct potable reuse, or the use of recycled...

Brackish Water as a Resource

There's a great deal of talk and debate about the value of treating brackish water, or water that is more saline than fresh water, but not quite as saline as seawater. Brackish water can result from the mixing of seawater with fresh water, as in surface waters such as...

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