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.
Researchers have developed a membrane system that utilizes gravity to reduce operational requirements, proving that simplicity can be a beautiful thing.
A genetic tool has been developed to help water systems understand the root cause of arsenic contamination.
Odor issues continue to plague wastewater treatment plants all over the country. With a range of foul smells caused by varied contributors, one research project sought to provide a breath of fresh air.
Researchers have begun to explore the idea of 3D printing as a way to manufacture membranes. What could the cutting-edge technology mean for water and wastewater treatment?
New research from the University of North Carolina assessed innovative water and wastewater projects around the country, highlighting positives and pitfalls that can steer future infrastructure investment.
Researchers in California have altered a natural bacterium to generate electricity as it removes contaminants. What could this mean for the future of wastewater treatment?
The actor is behind a company that has introduced advanced membrane technology to overcome water treatment challenges.
This mobile filtration technology offers water treatment operations a chance to combat the runoff and solids brought in by seasonal ice melt.