Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Treating food-processing wastewater high in organic waste requires complex, multi-stage treatment, but resource recovery opportunities can offset the costs.
As schools pay more attention to their water footprints, new modular wastewater treatment options are ready to help them establish water reuse systems.
Arsenic has been a major problem in Latin American and Southeast Asian groundwater supplies. Now, scientists have found a surprising way it gets there.
Over many months, a precipitation deficit in the Northeastern U.S. has pushed the region into moderate to severe drought conditions.
In the midst of a very difficult year, at Fluence, one thing lies behind our reportage of water and wastewater news, trends, and issues: optimism.
As the nation copes with natural disasters linked to climate change and a crisis of aging infrastructure, the EPA has allocated $2.7 billion for water infrastructure.