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News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances

Researchers Inventory Plastics Pollution in Great Lakes

Researchers Inventory Plastics Pollution in Great Lakes

A recent inventory of plastics pollution in the Great Lakes will help prevent continued pollution and provide a baseline for those working to clean the lakes, which supply local residents with drinking water. The Great Lakes Basin is a system of five bodies of water...

Global Market for Produced Water Treatment Poised for Growth

Global Market for Produced Water Treatment Poised for Growth

The worldwide market for produced water treatment is expected to grow significantly as oil and natural gas exploration continue to increase. Two reports covering aspects of the market quantify this increase using different metrics. Produced water is a term used for...

RWL Water Announces the Acquisition of Acquavit in Brazil

RWL Water Announces the Acquisition of Acquavit in Brazil

Acquisition continues successful expansion into South America Jundiai, Brazil & New York, USA: RWL Water, the New York-based global water, wastewater and waste-to-energy solutions provider, has successfully completed its previously announced proposed acquisition...

Making the Aeration Process More Efficient

When discussing aeration, the topic of efficiency often arises, but what does this really mean to those of us treating wastewater? The word efficient means "achieving maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense." For wastewater treatment operators, this...

Effective Waste-to-Energy Processes for Treating Challenging Effluents

Waste-to-energy is an important technology that can help companies become more sustainable not only by reducing waste volume, but also by producing gas that can be reused at the plant or used for generating electricity, which can offset operational costs and even be...

Stir It Up: Five Tips for More Effective Industrial Aeration

Stir It Up: Five Tips for More Effective Industrial Aeration

We all know that aeration is a simple but versatile secondary treatment, with uses ranging from removing gases and dangerous compounds from wastewater, to encouraging the action of microbes as they break down solids. If you're using aeration in an industrial setting,...

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