Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
A new report has positively assessed biomethane adoption in Europe, where anaerobic digestion is the preferred biogas production process.
Ultrafiltration, a membrane-based filtration method, is compact and effective, making it an attractive replacement for many legacy water treatment technologies.
As population growth and drought deplete aquifers, the ground above them subsides. A new study shows a fifth of the world’s population is at risk.
As the population grows and demand for fresh water exceeds supply, desalination of seawater and groundwater can help fill the gap.
A large, freshwater aquifer has been discovered under the seabed off the coast of Hawaii.
Decentralized treatment means locating water or wastewater treatment at the site of supply and/or demand. It’s a flexible and sustainable alternative to large, centralized treatment plants.