Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Americans are ingesting significant numbers of microplastic particles, and bottled water drinkers are getting the worst of it.
Decentralization puts water and wastewater treatment right where it’s needed, and new technology, plug-and-play packaging, and flexible financing are making it possible.
A recent study, using a new assessment methodology, has identified a startling cancer risk in California drinking water statewide.
While researching an unrelated question, a USGS researcher just discovered something unexpected in the Colorado rain: Plastic!
A UT research team says there is enough storage space in depleted Texas aquifers to store two-thirds of Texas’ stormwater.
Airports use a lot of water, from cleaning runways to operating restrooms, but there are also many ways that they can decrease their water footprints.