Wastewater News

  1. Mayor Turner and Keep Houston Beautiful Launch 'Adopt-A-Drain' Program To Help Remove Debris And Reduce Street Flooding

    Mayor Turner and Amy Reed, executive director of Keep Houston Beautiful, announced the launch of the City's new Adopt-A-Drain Program, which is a partnership between Houston Public Works, Keep Houston Beautiful and community partners.

  2. WateReuse Association Launches Lone Star Recycled Water Contest For K12 Students

    The WateReuse Association and its state affiliate, WateReuse Texas, this week, launched a student art and writing contest to raise awareness about the importance of recycled water among K12 students in the Austin metropolitan area.

  3. EPA Seeks Input For Study On Management Of Wastewater From Oil And Gas Extraction

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is embarking on a new study that will take a holistic look at how EPA, states and stakeholders regulate and manage wastewater from the oil and gas industry.

  4. New Large-Scale Solvent Recycling Plant For Recovery Of Large Quantities Of Solvents

    OFRU Recycling launches the ASC-3000, a new distillation plant with which a high-purity separation of over 99% purity can be achieved on an industrial scale.

  5. Evoqua Earns Acclaim From Frost & Sullivan As The Company Of The Year In The Water Technology Solutions Market

    Based on its recent analysis of the global water technology solutions market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Evoqua with the 2018 Global Company of the Year Award. It has earned this recognition for its strong revenue growth in 2017, its focus on the customer experience, and advanced water and wastewater treatment technologies for a variety of applications in the municipal and industrial sectors.

  6. CULTEC Filtration System Earns Environmental Technology Verification (ETV)

    A filtration system designed by CULTEC that removes total suspended solids (TSS) from stormwater has earned performance verification from Globe Performance Solutions (GPS), Canada’s leader in Environmental Technology Verification (ETV). 

  7. Californians Remain Concerned About Future Droughts; Support Recycled Water As A Long-Term Solution For Water Security

    Although 2017 brought significant rainfall to a dry state, Californians remain very concerned about future droughts, and the vast majority support using advanced technologies to generate new water supplies when needed.

  8. Mueller Adds Reclaimed Water Wrench Nut For Resilient Wedge Gate Valves To Enhance Security And Water Identity

    Mueller resilient wedge gate valves now have an option for a purple pentagon-shaped wrench nut, intended for reclaimed water service installations.  

  9. MGX Minerals Processes Lithium Brine From South American Salar Samples And North American Geothermal Brine Samples; Negotiations Underway For Plant Deployment

    MGX Minerals Inc. (“MGX” or the “Company”) is pleased to provide an update on North and South American lithium operations.

  10. Water Treatment Systems Market Size Worth $44.01B By 2025: Grand View Research, Inc.

    The global water treatment systems market size is projected to be valued at USD 44.01 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc., exhibiting a 7.1% CAGR during the forecast period. Rising water pollution, along with growing awareness of a healthy lifestyle, is predicted to boost the market.