Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Caught between drought and disintegrating water infrastructure, Jamaica is considering state decentralized desalination.
With fresh water supplies for agricultural irrigation dwindling, wastewater reuse can produce what essentially is an undiscovered river.
More and more wastewater treatment plants are adding value to the purification process by recovering both energy and valuable compounds.
Beef production has a huge water footprint. But, there are ways to increase the industry’s water sustainability.
In order to hold stormwater in reserve for drought years, California water agencies and farmers are turning to aquifer recharge.
With increasing water stress, water utilities, industries, and agriculture are turning to nonpotable, indirect potable, and direct potable water reuse.