Drinking Water News

  1. New Indirect Potable Reuse Project Comes To Southwest

    A city near Phoenix recently greenlit a major indirect potable reuse project designed to support the water supply in an area threatened by drought, rising demand, and climate change.

  2. Australian Resource Recovery And Reuse Market Growth Driven By Corporate And Environmental Stewardship And Cost Reduction, Reports Frost & Sullivan

    The adoption of innovative technology is expected to revolutionize wastewater resource recovery and reuse projects in Australia despite key challenges faced such as ageing infrastructure and financial constraints.

  3. Location Of Wastewater Disposal Drives U.S. Induced Seismicity

    The depth of the rock layer that serves as the disposal site for wastewater produced during unconventional oil extraction plays a significant role in whether that disposal triggers earthquakes in the U.S., according to a new study that takes a broad look at the issue.

  4. Trump May Relax Clean Water Rules

    The Trump administration may relax the rules preventing the oil and gas industry from discharging wastewater into rivers and streams.

  5. WRF Releases RFPs For Seven Potable Reuse Projects

    The Water Research Foundation (WRF) announces that Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are available for seven new research projects funded under the Advancing Potable Reuse Initiative. These RFPs are funded through WRF and the California State Water Resources Control Board.

  6. Israel’s Ben-Gurion University Of The Negev And The State Of Louisiana Announce Water Research Collaboration

    Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards visited Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) in Beer-Sheva, Israel on Monday to participate in the signing of a research Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between BGU’S Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research and the Water Institute of the Gulf in Baton Rouge.

  7. Recovers Nutrients From Seafood Process Water

    Process waters from the seafood industry contain valuable nutrients, that could be used in food or aquaculture feed. But the process waters are treated as waste. Researchers now show the potential of recycling these nutrients back into the food chain.

  8. 110 Litres Of Urban Stormwater Cleaned Every Second

    Dirty runoff sweeps urban streets, pollutes groundwater and pressures sewage systems. A University of Copenhagen researcher has invented a treatment method that is now being used at a large and brand-new wastewater facility in Copenhagen, Denmark.

  9. U.S. EPA Approves Gila River Indian Community Authority To Develop Water Quality Standards

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced approval of an application by the Gila River Indian Community, located south of Phoenix, Arizona, for “treatment in a similar manner as a state” under the federal Clean Water Act.

  10. FCI Announces Industry’s Broadest Selection Of Thermal Flow Meters With HART

    Process and plant engineers who need a precision air/gas flow measurement solution coupled with industry standard digital bus communication capabilities will find that Fluid Components International (FCI) now offers the industry’s widest selection of Thermal Mass Flow Meters available with the HART® Protocol and other communication options that are designed to serve a broad range of industries and applications.