Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Self-supplied water is often the only choice for low-income Asia-Pacific residents. Quantifying its use and safety is key to reaching sustainability goals.
It’s no secret that drought means less water, but it also means less dilution and deeper drilling, which result in elevated contaminant loads.
The Middle East has remained a stronghold of thermal desalination, but it’s pivoting toward membrane processes like reverse osmosis.
Island attractions need water treatment quickly, but how can they secure investment and a skilled workforce? Fluence’s Water Management Services can help.
Policy report puts an emphasis on nontraditional sources like desalinated and recycled water Despite their dissimilarities, the people and economies of California's San Joaquin Valley and the major cities of Southern California are inextricably linked by their...
The Yellow River is important to China’s economy, and the government is continuing moves to prioritize cleanup of the river.