From the Editor

  1. New Mexico Considers Produced Water Recycling
    11/26/2014

    State regulators in New Mexico are weighing a new rule that would make it permissible to reuse drilling wastewater.

  2. Experimental Crops Thrive On Saltwater
    11/26/2014

    Dutch scientists have pioneered a salt-tolerant potato that drinks diluted seawater without the use of lab-based genetic modification.

  3. What Happens Now That California Passed The $7.5 Billion Water Bond?
    11/26/2014

    By passing the proposition, voters granted the state permission to use $425 million in unsold bonds for drought resiliency and issue $7.1 billion in new bonds.

  4. Software Helps Utilities Beat Conservation
    11/26/2014

    How can utilities beat the revenue pressures posed by conservation?

  5. Water Quality Tests Focus On Health Of Aquatic Life
    11/25/2014

    Volunteers in Connecticut are using a quirky method to test their water quality: sampling the aquatic life in local streams.

  6. Can You Live On 4 Liters Per Day?
    11/25/2014

    A nonprofit is challenging people to try to live on four liters of water for a day to encourage conservation and highlight the distress of those who live in places where clean water is not readily available.

  7. Biomimetic Filters Recover Clean Water From Sludge
    11/25/2014

    San Jose-based zNano is getting attention for what could be a breakthrough technology designed to recover clean water from sludge.

  8. Photovoltaic-Powered Electrodialysis: A Water Solution For Rural Villages
    11/25/2014

    A new study by MIT researchers shows that electrodialysis desalination technology, powered by solar panels, can meet the water treatment needs of a typical village.

  9. Water Scarcity: Don't Blame Oil And Gas Companies
    11/25/2014

    The recently elected Railroad Commissioner in Texas lays out his view that oil and gas companies cannot be held responsible for Texas' enormous water challenges.

  10. Environmental Group Names 'Dirty Dozen' List Of Water Offenses
    11/24/2014

    The Georgia Water Coalition, an environmental group, recently released a "dirty dozen" list, enumerating the 12 biggest offenses to Georgia's water quality.

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