Latest Insights on Water Reuse

  1. The Water Revolution: Moving To A Decentralized System

    In 1943, Thomas Watson, president of International Business Machines (IBM) said, “I think there is a world market for maybe five computers." At the time, a single computer was the size of a large room.

  2. 5 Municipal-Industrial Water Issues Analyzed

    A water technology expert tackles high-profile and important topics currently affecting municipalities, industry, and the community at large.

  3. New Filters To Combine Processes And Cut Down Costs

    Reverse osmosis is one of the most energy-intensive, and therefore costly, steps in wastewater treatment. A newly developed nanofilter may change that.

  4. A Treatment Technology For All Occasions

    There are a lot of technology startups in the water space vying for attention, including a good bit in the New England area alone, but one Massachusetts company and its potentially "disruptive innovation" stands apart.

  5. Potable Reuse Summit To Seize The Moment

    In October, the WateReuse Association’s 2016 Potable Reuse Summit will bring water professionals of all levels together to hear success stories and find out how to implement potable reuse programs in their own communities.

  6. Seeking Alternatives For Potable Reuse

    A recent project by the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation in Tucson, AZ, sought to vet more affordable and environmentally-friendly technologies to achieve potable reuse, with promising results.

  7. Assessing The Industry: Top Water Concerns And The Way Forward

    Consulting firm Black & Veatch has released its annual assessment of the water industry, surveying over 350 public and private stakeholders. What are the industry’s biggest concerns and how can they be addressed?

  8. Down Under On Top: Lessons In Water Recycling From Australia

    More than a decade before the U.S. West’s historic drought, Australia had to solve an even longer, drier spell. What can we learn from their experience?

  9. Inside An Innovative Urban Water Reclamation Facility

    The award-winning WaterHub at Emory University is more than a mere campus treasure — it has become a model of sustainable wastewater treatment for urban water management of the future.

  10. 10 Technologies And Breakthroughs From ACE16

    This year's Annual Conference and Exposition (ACE16), held by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) from June 19 to 22, was the first following the tragedy of Flint — a time when the drinking water industry is under intense scrutiny.