Drinking Water Source

  1. Crafting H2O — The Science And Art Of Beer Making
    9/4/2018

    Cincinnati-based MadTree Brewing Company is serious about how they make their beer. Their scientific approach means that they also pay close attention to the water they use, a message they’re more than happy to share.

  2. Long-Term Performance And Boron Rejection Of LG SWRO Membranes In Malta Desalination Plants
    9/4/2018

    Malta is an archipelago of three islands situated in the Mediterranean Sea, around fifty miles south of Sicily. There are no rivers of any significance on the islands, and the sparse annual rainfall is only about 500 mm. In order to bridge the gap between supply and demand, Malta has long ago started desalination of seawater. The technologies were initially based on evaporation. In 1981 the Government decided to invest in RO desalination capacity.

  3. Contact Lenses May Slip Through Wastewater Systems
    8/29/2018

    Flushing contact lenses is contributing to water pollution because lenses do not break down entirely in wastewater treatment systems, according to a new study.

  4. Improving The Quality Of Secondary Wastewater For Indirect Potable Reuse—From Pilot To Full Scale Plant
    8/29/2018

    In spite of the recent abundance of water, many of California’s aquifers continue to balance on the edge of water scarcity. Decades of overpumping have reduced the amount of ground water available to supplement surface water resources diminished by drought. The Pure Water Monterey Ground Water Replenishment Project (Monterey Pure), addressed the need to replenish a local aquifer, by piloting Advanced Water Treatment (AWT) processes, to determine the best method to convert secondary wastewater into a pure water resource.

  5. In Florida, Thousands Join Algae Protest
    8/15/2018

    Thousands of Florida residents joined together for a demonstration on Sunday conveying a commitment to clean water.

  6. Aerobic Treatment Of Wastewater For Fish Flour And Fish Oil Company For Reuse
    8/8/2018

    As a result of Fluence’s reuse solution, this fish processing company has zeroed its water footprint, reducing water consumption to the point that the company no longer needs to buy water, but instead produces a surplus available for irrigation, reuse, or reintroduction into the environment.

  7. 'Groundbreaking' Partnership Carried East Palo Alto Through Drought
    8/2/2018

    During the dry days of the California drought, one Silicon Valley city banned development because officials were unsure there would be enough water for projects.

  8. Vermont Bulks Up PFAS Water Advisory
    7/17/2018

    Vermont is bulking up its drinking water for PFAS by adding three substances to the warning.

  9. Race Is On To Harness Nation’s Last Untapped Water Sources
    7/16/2018

    As demand on water resources rises, will there be a mad rush to grab up the nation’s last untapped water resources?

  10. Internet Of Water To Tackle Growing Water Risks
    7/13/2018

    Flanders pioneers the internet of Water, a unique intelligent water management system based on a network of connected sensors, that enables a permanent and real time follow-up of water quality and water quantity. This internet of Water will enable Flanders to tackle the growing threat of water inconvenience, water scarcity and water pollution.