Water Reuse News

  1. Recycled Wastewater Ambitions Hit Snag In San Diego

    San Diego officials want to serve up treated sewage water to customers’ taps within the next decade, but officials in neighboring cities are wary of the effort.

  2. WorldWater & Solar Technologies, Inc. Introduces The Miniature Deployable Assistance Systems (MiDAS™) Unit That Prepares US Military For Any Disaster

    In times of natural disaster, catastrophe or wartime, the U.S. Military must always be prepared to provide urgent assistance and relief for those adversely affected. WorldWater & Solar Technologies, Inc. in Princeton, NJ introduces their MiDAS™ (Miniature Deployable Assistance Systems) unit, a stand-alone unit that provides water purification for drinking from salt and fresh water sources.

  3. Applications Open For Utility Of The Future Today Recognition Program

    The Utility of the Future recently recognition program returns for a third year to honor water resource recovery facilities for community engagement, watershed stewardship, and recovery of resources such as water, energy, and nutrients.

  4. Startup Offers ‘Online Booking’ For Industrial Water

    MIT alumnus Josh Adler MBA ’13 is a matchmaker. In the mid-1990s, he launched and sold Amour.com, one of the first online matchmaking websites, which is still operating today. By Rob Matheson

  5. Impacted By The Drought, The City Of Carlsbad In California Selected H2O Innovation As Part Of A Design-Build Team For A New Water Reuse System

    H2O Innovation Inc. (“H2O Innovation” or the “Company”) announces recently that it has recently been awarded new contracts in the United States and in Canada for a total value of $7M, including a contract with the City of Carlsbad in California for the design of a water reuse system.

  6. Neptune Benson’s ETS-UV Selected For NWRI Project In Southern California

    Neptune Benson is an industry leader in water filtration and disinfection in the municipal, industrial and recreational water markets. Its ETS-UV brand is well established as a leading UV manufacturer.

  7. Duraflow DF-ROBR™ Tubular Membrane Technology For RO Brine Wastewater Recovery Up To 95%

    Duraflow announces new DF-ROBR membrane technology for RO brine wastewater recovery up to 95%.

  8. Dow Water & Process Solutions Unveils Its New Design Software For More Sustainable Water Treatment Systems

    Dow Water & Process Solutions is attending this year's edition of Aquatech Amsterdam 2017. Dow is a Principal Sponsor for the second time presenting its latest advanced products and solutions range.

  9. Veolia Awarded 73-Million-Dollar Contract By Ecopetrol America Inc. To Provide Water Treatment Equipment And Services

    Veolia has been awarded a contract by Ecopetrol America Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Ecopetrol S.A. (the national Colombian oil company), to provide equipment and services that will be used to treat the produced water from Ecopetrol S.A.’s Castilla oil fields in Colombia's Llanos Basin, southeast of Bogota.

  10. Utah Treatment Plant Tackles Algae Blooms Using SCHOTT Glass

    A project by SCHOTT partner CLEARAS Water Recovery will serve as the centerpiece for the 2017 Algae Biomass Summit. The project, a 4-million-gallon-per-day wastewater nutrient recovery solution using SCHOTT glass tubing, marks the first large-scale commercialization of photobioreactor technology for nutrient recovery. The South Davis Sewer District will use Clearas’ solution to reduce nutrients that contribute to algae blooms in waterways.