Water Reuse News

  1. L.A. Officials Want State Support For Recycled Water Ambitions

    Los Angeles has big aspirations for recycled water and it is trying to get state regulators to lend financial support for its big ideas rather than simply supporting small-scale projects.

  2. Craft Beer Pioneer, Lagunitas, Signs Up To Save $22.5M In Water, Wastewater, And Energy Costs With Cambrian Innovation’s WEPA

    Cambrian Innovation, a commercial provider of distributed wastewater treatment and resource recovery solutions for industrial facilities, today announced that one of the nation’s fastest growing craft breweries, Lagunitas Brewing Company, will be the first to use Cambrian’s novel water-energy purchase agreement (WEPA).

  3. Water And Medical Disinfection Conference Program Announced For 2017 IUVA Americas Conference

    With accelerating global concerns about the need for water, air, and surfaces disinfection, the International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA) announces the 2017 IUVA Americas Conference, February 5-8, 2017 in Austin, Texas.

  4. Directa Plus And GSP SA Collaborate To Evaluate Oil & Gas Applications For Grafysorber

    Directa Plus plc, a producer and supplier of graphene-based products for use in consumer and industrial markets, announces that it has entered into a collaboration with GSP SA

  5. U.S. EPA Announces More Than $182M For Drinking Water And Wastewater Infrastructure Projects In California

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Regional Administrator Jared Blumenfeld announced more than $182M in funding to California for investment in statewide improvements in local drinking water and wastewater infrastructure and the reduction of water pollution.

  6. Transforming Wastewater Into Revenue Stream: Applied CleanTech Drives Global Wastewater Management Programs

    Today, Applied CleanTech  (ACT) (www.appliedcleantech.com) announces finalizing its successful pilot program with Veolia France, Mexico and Alberta in implementing its Sewage Recycling System (SRS) Technology globally.

  7. Dow Wins U.S. Water Prize

    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.

  8. AMTA Awards And AMTA/AWWA MTC16 Awards

    The 2016 Membrane Technology Conference and Exposition were held in San Antonio, TX; the Awards Luncheon and AMTA Membership Meeting took place on February 3, 2016.

  9. In Texas, Rain Ends Direct Potable Reuse Reign

    A so-called “toilet-to-tap” project in Texas — the first of its kind in the nation — is ending along with the state’s record drought.

  10. CH2M Accepts Stockholm Industry Water Award At World Water Week

    CH2M is pleased to participate in the 2015 World Water Week, where the firm received the Stockholm Industry Water Award for its leadership in potable water reuse.