Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
The Circular Economy seeks to eliminate waste at all phases of a product’s life, and water, seen as a commodity, is no exception.
Aquifers are underground structures that store groundwater, but they are facing threats due to overdraft for domestic, agricultural, and industrial use.
The water sector is doing its part to combat COVID-19 by halting water service cut-offs, public hand-washing stations, and information campaigns.
The Kingdom of Cambodia has emerged from decades of turmoil into an economic boom that is spurring development of wastewater treatment infrastructure.
A new report finds dangerous PFAS contamination widespread in the U.S., with high concentrations in Miami, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and New Orleans.
Many entities are protecting California’s water and environment, but ecosystem-based management can foster effective, efficient, and unified action.