Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Tilapia is one of the most popular fish in aquaculture. It’s also highly tolerant of wastewater and can be an element in its treatment.
PFAS (forever chemicals) are dangerous, persistent, and pervasive, but new and potential regulations may lead to a boom of investment in PFAS cleanup tech.
Because of a wide range of infrastructure problems, many Venezuelans lack the clean water needed for basic sanitation and personal hygiene.
Desalination in mining can produce fresh water for operations or treat saline effluent. And, new technology is making it more attractive than ever.
Although PFAS, the “forever chemicals,” have long eluded regulation, some states, including Michigan and New York, are finally going after them.
One measure of water purity is total dissolved solids (TDS). Water treatments can bring TDS to levels appropriate for drinking, industry, and irrigation.