Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world’s most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Decentralized wastewater treatment and desalination are nothing new, but technological advances have led to revolutionary increases in cost-effectiveness.
Pakistan faces a deepening water crisis that is already causing staggering loss of life.
Fossil aquifers have long been thought to hold a reliable freshwater supply, but studies show they’re more likely to be salty or polluted than expected.
Water technology giants are established in China, but smaller companies must focus on local relationships, mature tech, and reference plants enter market.
After brushes with devastating water shortages, São Paulo is restoring forests considered part of the area’s water infrastructure.
A recent study correlates a radon spike in Pennsylvania with Marcellus Shale fracking, and the radon may be entering homes through water wells.
When 2018 hurricanes Florence and Michael hit the southeastern U.S., dangerous bacteria spiked in water wells throughout the region.
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.