Latest Insights on Water Reuse

  1. Superpower Of Water Research Takes Flight

    While two longstanding water research groups are discontinued, from them a bigger and better organization emerges. Get to know the changing face of water research through this Q&A with Melissa Meeker, CEO of the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation.

  2. Opportunity To Evaluate Three Technologies For Achieving Class A Biosolids With Reduced Capital And Operating Costs

    The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation has a significant opportunity for municipal water resource recovery facilities seeking to upgrade their solids treatment systems to produce Class A biosolids in a cost-effective and technically sound manner.

  3. Electrowinning 101: What Is Electrowinning?

    Electrowinning is a widely used technology in modern metal recovery, mining, refining, and wastewater treatment applications.

  4. How Prevalent Is Legionella In Recycled Water?

    Recently, Dr. Mark LeChevallier, vice president and chief environmental officer for American Water, participated in a webinar hosted by the WateReuse Pacific Northwest and the WateReuse Research Foundation.  He presented findings on the prevalence of Legionella in recycled water.

  5. Ozone-Biologically Active Filtration For Potable Reuse In California's Inland Communities: Benefits And Barriers

    California’s inland communities have been hit hard by four years of drought, lower groundwater levels, and reduced allocations from the State Water Project.

  6. BlueTech Forum Reveals Water Technology Future

    Technologies which could transform the shape of the water industry of the future will be on show at the fifth BlueTech Forum, to be held in San Francisco.

  7. The Ultimate Guide To Industrial Wastewater Treatment

    Most people are now familiar with the 3 R's of recycling: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. By following four similar principles — Recover, Reduce, Recycle, and Rescue — industries can further minimize raw resource requirements, eliminate waste disposal fees, and increase margins, all while promoting circular economies.

  8. “Taxpayers’ Best Friend” Looks Into Water Technologies

    The Government Accountability Office recently assessed technologies that can potentially save the U.S. from water stress, focusing on distribution efficiency and the treatment of nontraditional sources. We provide a snapshot of GAO’s findings, including technology pros and cons, “readiness” rates, and levels of adoption.

  9. The Future Of Industrial Water Reuse

    A market expert shines a light on the bright spots and trouble spots for industrial water reuse, revealing who should consider the practice and why.

  10. Zero Liquid Discharge Opens Up Opportunity For Forward Osmosis To Make Its Mark

    While many companies and investors have struggled to make sense of an entry point into the massive water industry, seeds are consistently being sown for those that know how to monitor and enter intelligently.