Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Science has long known that microplastics accumulate in the ocean, but now wind-borne microplastics are accumulating in remote wilderness areas.
Dwindling water supplies are a particular challenge considering COVID-19 pandemic Despite receiving some rain, beginning in May, the South American nation of Chile is entering the 10th year of its worst drought in 60 years, and some Chilean farmers are now forced to...
Hexavalent chromium, a toxic compound, is odorless and tasteless. Although it’s found naturally, its presence is often due to industrial contamination.
Activated carbon filtration is often used in water treatment to remove contaminants such as organic materials and odor-causing contaminants.
Fluence’s anaerobic digestion technology converts waste into biogas for plant operations and cogeneration of electricity. Learn more in this waste-to-energy infographic.
Nearly 90% of wastewater in Israel is treated for reuse, most of it in agricultural irrigation, making it the world leader in water recycling.