Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world’s most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Water management is beginning to view natural features of headwaters like upland forests and mountain meadows and catchments as vital water infrastructure.
While freshwater shortages are predicted to continue, governments, science, and industry are becoming proactive in facing the problem.
Researchers have recently thrown light on the significance of “peer effects” upon water conservation practices in Phoenix, Arizona.
Untreated wastewater is destroying coral reefs worldwide.
The Caribbean is known for pristine beaches and reefs, but 85% of Caribbean wastewater is discharged untreated, threatening the environment and tourism.
The Caribbean is known for its beautiful water. Desalination makes seawater potable on islands where rain and groundwater may be scarce
Although an MABR module may look simple on the outside, the revolutionary simultaneous nitrification-denitrification process inside increases efficiency and quality.
With an abundance of rainwater falling on the Caribbean and Central America, harvesting it could make water supplies more resilient.
With major US infrastructure upgrades on the horizon, Brookings Institution and US Water Alliance stress training a workforce to maintain them.