Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
The word “percolation” might bring coffee to mind, but in the context of the water cycle it describes how water moves underground.
Large desalination plants pump out large volumes of fresh water, but smaller, decentralized plants make more sense in a growing number of scenarios.
Much of the water available worldwide is too salty for drinking or industrial use. But, desalination can turn this brackish water into a valuable resource.
Membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR) wastewater treatment is highly efficient, saving energy and treatment chemicals. Learn how it works here.
Water tanker trucks, which fill a supply gap during crises, are proliferating, but price gouging, unethical sourcing, and unsafe water are common.
Remote workforce management can present a wastewater treatment challenge, but decentralization with Aspiral is revolutionizing the solution.