Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Is Australia’s Drinking Water Safe?
Drinking water quality is generally high in Australia, but some remote areas still lack access. What can be done to meet the need for safe drinking water?
Drought Shifts China’s Focus to Infrastructure
China is addressing severe drought and flooding with large-scale water infrastructure. Is there a role for smaller-scale solutions?
U.S. West Gets Tough on Water Waste
As drought continues in the West, the region’s agencies are cracking down on water waste and looking at alternatives like water reuse and desalination.
Low Lake Mead Water Levels Are a Wake-up Call
A surreal landscape has emerged as the water level of Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the nation, has plummeted.
Inflation Reduction Act to Boost Biogas Projects in the United States
The Inflation Reduction Act has now been signed into law, and the biogas sector is applauding the waste-to-energy tax credits it establishes.
Scientists Propose Solutions to Address Global Phosphorus Crisis
Twin phosphorus crises, low supply and water pollution, are growing. Wastewater resource recovery can help both situations.