Water Reuse News

  1. Water Planet Honored With Global Water Award As Breakthrough Water Technology Company Of The Year

    Water Planet, a California-based company that markets the world's first smart membrane products, has received the 2017 Global Water Award as Breakthrough Water Technology Company of the Year.

  2. Carlsberg Group Investment Halves Water Usage At Its Brewery In Fredericia, Denmark

    Since the introduction of its sustainability programme Together Towards ZERO – an important element of the seven-year SAIL’22 strategy – the Carlsberg Group’s ambition has been to move towards ZERO carbon emissions and ZERO water waste at its breweries, including a target to halve water usage.

  3. 2017 IDA World Congress On Water Reuse And Desalination Comes To São Paulo, Brazil In October

    With the need for a sustainable supply of clean, fresh water among the top issues facing the world’s growing population and economies, the International Desalination Association (IDA) will, for the first time, bring its World Congress on Water Reuse and Desalination to Latin America.

  4. Black & Veatch/Brown and Caldwell Team Up To Map Out Winter Haven’s Water Future

    The engineering and design team of Black & Veatch/Brown and Caldwell has been selected to develop a water sustainability blueprint for Winter Haven, Florida. As home to the “Chain of Lakes”, an important regional water and recreational resource, and with a growing population of more than 37,000 potable-water customers, the City views water resiliency as critical to Winter Haven’s continued prosperity.

  5. World’s First DPR Plant Inspires U.S. Water Managers

    With few exceptions, direct potable reuse (DPR) has not been adopted by U.S. water suppliers yet, besides tiny regions of Texas that relied on this water recycling method to survive the recent drought. Several states, including California, are still working on regulatory changes that would make this technology permissible.

  6. New USGS Filter Removes Phosphorus From Waste Water

    A tabletop water filter demo designed to remove phosphorus from waste water has in five-years grown into a fully functional water treatment system capable of filtering more than 100-thousand gallons per day.

  7. Hiland Dairy Honored For Closed-Loop Sustainability Initiative At Oklahoma Plant

    Sustainability has always a priority at Hiland Dairy Foods Company, which continuously seeks new ways to recycle, reduce and reuse at its production plants.


  8. Stormwater And Graywater Offer Alternative Water Sources, But Guidelines Needed On Their Safe Use, New Report Says

    In the face of drought and major water shortages, the U.S. is increasingly turning to alternative water sources like stormwater and graywater, but guidelines and research on their risk to public health and the environment are needed to support decisions for safe use, says a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

  9. AWWA Symposium Showcases How Potable Reuse Is 'Coming Of Age'

    Water managers, federal and state regulators and public health experts will convene in Long Beach, Calif., Jan. 25-27, at the first International Symposium on Potable Reuse to discuss advanced technologies that purify wastewater and ultimately turn it into high quality drinking water.

  10. New Industrial Contract For Veolia In The Middle East

    Kuwait Integrated Petroleum Industries Company (KIPIC) has awarded Veolia - via its Veolia Middle East subsidiary - the contract for the operation and maintenance of its refinery wastewater treatment plant in Al Zour in southern Kuwait.