Water Reuse News

  1. Severe Drought Triggers Aggressive Response From Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
    10/14/2014

    In response to the severe California drought, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti today announced aggressive goals for reduced water use within the city. Among the plan’s topline goals is slashing L.A.’s per capita potable water use by 20 percent by 2017.

  2. Snowmaking With Recycled Water: New Facility Could Ease Concerns
    3/31/2016

    After years of water policy litigation between the Hopi Tribe and the City of Flagstaff, AZ, a new water treatment facility may resolve the fight.

  3. WateReuse Names New Executive Director To Advance Action Agenda
    7/12/2017

    The WateReuse Association, the only national trade association dedicated solely to advancing water recycling, has named Patricia Sinicropi as its new Executive Director effective September 5.

  4. Michigan Passes Beneficial Reuse Laws
    7/7/2014

    Michigan approved legislation this June aimed at promoting the reuse of industrial byproducts created by coal-burning facilities.

  5. Dow Wins U.S. Water Prize
    4/6/2016

    The Dow Chemical Company has been awarded the prestigious US Water Prize by the US Water Alliance for its work in promoting and enabling more sustainable use and management of water by companies across the water value chain.

  6. WateReuse Announces New Executive Director
    3/5/2014

    The Boards of Directors of the WateReuse Association and the WateReuse Research Foundation are pleased to announce that Melissa L. Meeker has been named Executive Director effective March 25, 2014. 

  7. Antero Resources Entrusts Veolia With The Treatment Of Its Complex Waste From Its Pennsboro Site In The United States
    10/12/2017

    The oil and gas operator, Antero Resources, selected Veolia to collect and treat sludge from water recycling processes at its Clearwater site, near to Pennsboro in West Virginia. This decision was confirmed by Veolia's expertise in treating waste with a low level of radioactivity.

  8. Designed And Supplied By Aquatech International, Egypt's First Integrated Zero Liquid Discharge Plant Reduces Fresh Water Demand On The River Nile By 70 Percent
    12/7/2016

    Three years ago, Aquatech International, a global leader in water purification technology for industrial and infrastructure markets, was awarded a contract by the Egyptian Ethylene and Derivatives Company (ETHYDCO) to provide a landmark water treatment facility that includes the first integrated Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) plant in Egypt.

  9. Purestream Services Increases Treatment Capacity In The Permian Basin Placing Three Additional Produced Water Re-Use Systems
    12/15/2015

    Purestream Services announced today that the company has a signed a new contract with an operator to treat 10,000 barrels per day of produced and frac water for re-use in the Permian Basin.

  10. Dow Breakthrough Water Technology Earns Bronze Edison Award Honor
    5/1/2014

    Fast on the heels of designating FILMTEC ECO Reverse Osmosis (RO) Elements as the company’s second Breakthrough to a World Challenge, Dow garners a prestigious Edison Award.