Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world’s most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Meat packing plants have been exceeding their permitted wastewater discharge limits; decentralized treatment and waste-to-energy are potential solutions.
A microbe isolated from a sludge sample has been shown effective in treatment of concurrent dioxane/1,1-DCE contamination.
In a recent paper, Stanford researchers outlined a four-point strategy to catalyze renewal of water infrastructure.
In a recent paper, the World Bank notes a vicious cycle of water shortage and fragility in the Middle East and North Africa.
Although the production of blue jeans is water-intensive, some major companies are innovating to reduce their water footprints.
Water use in the fracking industry is skyrocketing along with productivity. Water reuse and desalination can decrease stress on freshwater supplies.
A team of Australian researchers has developed an advanced material that is cheap to produce and could revolutionize membrane water filtration.
Drought in 2018 has been transforming the Rio Grande, one of America’s most iconic rivers, into a dry, sandy arroyo, and 2019 could be even worse.
From the Great Salt Lake to the Dead Sea, saline lakes, or inland seas, are drying up. Do water reuse and desalination hold the keys to preserving them?