An ambitious, globe-trotting program invites attendees to learn from the infrastructure accomplishments and challenges of the world’s premier riverfront cities. With water becoming an increasingly valuable resource and the world’s drinking and wastewater infrastructure in peril, what can these metropolises teach us?
An award-winning reuse project in California demonstrates the state’s lasting interest in changing the way we treat water resources.
A new interactive map from Stanford University presents a national picture of successful drinking water and wastewater projects achieved through pioneering funding models.
A new industry research report outlines a plan for fostering innovation from within water utilities, empowering them to become the solutions to their own emerging problems.
A new wastewater recovery concept emerging in Massachusetts may represent the future of resource recovery.
Researchers at MIT have developed a system that uses visible light to treat produced water, a potential economic and environmental savior for the oil and gas industry.
A recent webinar from the U.S. EPA presented samples from the agency’s database on innovative state water agency practices that can help improve quality resilience in the face of climate change.
A recent presentation dedicated to maintaining and improving drinking water and wastewater utility workforces provided answers for employee obstacles.
A biosolids reuse project backed by the Department of Energy utilizes a new conversion process to make the most of wastewater.
If passed, a new piece of bipartisan legislation would provide technical assistance to rural wastewater treatment systems that need help in complying with federal regulations.