Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
The water-intensive iron and steel industry is ripe for upgrade to new treatments for water reclamation because actual consumption of water is low.
Plastic pollution, once only the concern of environmentalists, has now entered consumer consciousness, and the financial sector has been quick to react.
Modern refineries can look like full-fledged cities, and like cities they present a wide range of opportunities for water reuse.
In wastewater treatment, denitrification is a vital process. It removes nitrates, which can cause health problems as well as harmful algal blooms.
An Oxford-led review shows that cities are draining surrounding areas of their water. What role does water reuse play in preventing devastating drought?
A new study has quantified the impact of the three factors on older, once-through power generating plants, with surprising results.