Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Aquifer recharge is a strategy for underground storage of fresh water, one that often requires desalination or wastewater treatment of water to be stored.
A new report predicts a troubling climate future toward 2040, with a combination of destructive floods and water stress putting economies at risk.
While large-scale, centralized water and wastewater treatment keeps water costs down through economies of scale, decentralized treatment offers a finer-tuned strategy.
A discouraging incidence of hookworm infection in rural areas points to a lack of adequate sanitation. How can decentralized wastewater treatment help address rural sanitation problems across the U.S.?
Although membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR) technology has only been available since 2016, it already is revolutionizing wastewater treatment. Learn more about MABR technology in this guide from Fluence.
In water and wastewater treatment, distributed treatment means placing plants at the point of need and not using a central facility.