Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Water withdrawal, water use, and water consumption are three interrelated but discrete concepts that help us better understand our relationship to water.
Green hydrogen promises zero-emissions power, but hydrogen production requires a great deal of water. Is there enough?
It may take a lot of money to establish an anaerobic digestion plant on a small dairy farm, but with careful planning, it can be a viable proposition.
Data center companies use an enormous amount of water. Soon, sourcing water may be their primary concern, with growing reliance on nontraditional sources.
DAF systems are able to treat a wide range of suspended solids and oils in water to improve clarification.
Produced water is a byproduct of oil and gas drilling, and there’s a lot of it. What’s in it, and can it be safely reused to supplement traditional water resources?