Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world’s most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
When hurricane damage crippled the Princess Margaret Hospital on Dominica, the Caribbean Desalination Association (CaribDA) and the water treatment industry stepped in to help.
As water crisis looms in Lima, Peru, NGOs and public-private partnerships step in to meet the challenge of climate change and population growth.
The Caribbean islands may provide an ideal proving ground for small- and medium-scale green energy and decentralized water treatment.
Warning that 21 Indian cities may soon run out of groundwater, an Indian policy commission has established a new water management index.
Explosive growth of thermal electricity generation in India, much of it in water-stressed regions, is threatening the availability of fresh water.
Gujarat is embracing the new Reuse of Treated Wastewater Policy, which seeks to relieve industry burdens on freshwater resources.
The World Bank has focused considerable resources on Caribbean hurricane recovery, and the word of the day is “resilience.”
Stanford researchers who compared arsenic well readings to satellite data on ground subsidence have found a correlation between the two.
A comprehensive study of pharmaceuticals in the Hudson River has detected concerning levels of contaminants not removed by sewage treatment.