Water Sustainability Blog
News on the world's most precious resource, including the latest in research, trends, and treatment advances
Whether in wastewater treatment or in bodies of water, aeration can keep algae and odors down by nurturing beneficial bacteria and disrupting anoxic layers.
Decentralized water reuse can provide neighborhoods with a steady supply of water for nonpotable applications such as lawn-watering and car-washing.
Stadiums across the U.S. are installing green infrastructure, including projects to increase their water sustainability, for example, water storage and recycling systems.
The European Union Parliament has set a lofty goal of a circular economy by 2050. Here’s how Fluence solutions can help member states reach those goals.
Fluence is focusing on waste-to-energy wastewater treatment systems for Earth Day. WTE produces valuable carbon-neutral energy from harmful pollutants.
The new American Jobs Plan presents opportunities for the renewal of American water infrastructure, and decentralized water treatment is poised to help.