Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Remote workforce management can present a wastewater treatment challenge, but decentralization with Aspiral is revolutionizing the solution.
Biological wastewater treatment uses natural processes to decompose organic substances in processes ranging from septic treatment to advanced solutions like MABR and biogas production.
Predicted growth opportunities in global waste-to-energy markets reflect a new appreciation for WtE’s many environmental and financial benefits.
Investment in fracking water management is expected to remain resilient and grow through 2028 in a mercurial energy market.
Meat-processing plants, which produce wastewater with high BOD and COD, can both improve effluent quality and produce biogas with anaerobic digestion.
Decentralization takes water and wastewater treatment where needed, establishing local control and saving money.