Water Reuse News

  1. Young NTU Spin-Off Clinches S$4.3M Joint Venture With Chinese Commercial Giant

    Singapore’s water membrane technology is taking a big step in China, following a S$4.3M joint venture between Nanyang Technological University’s (NTU) spin-off NanoSun and the China Commerce Group for International Economic Cooperation (CCIEC), a majority state-owned enterprise headquartered in Beijing.

  2. Neptune Benson’s ETS-UV Receives NWRI (2012) Conditional Acceptance On The 800 Watt Amalgam System, A Major Milestone In UV Closed Vessel Capability

    Neptune Benson has announced that its closed vessel ETS-UV system has received conditional acceptance from the California State Water Resources Control Board.  The unit approved is an 800 watt, low pressure, high output, closed vessel UV system designed for high level reuse water disinfection.

  3. Desalitech Selected As Finalist For Global Water Award For Breakthrough Water Technology Company Of The Year

    Desalitech, a provider of high-efficiency reverse osmosis systems, has been selected as a finalist for the 2016 Global Water Award for Breakthrough Water Technology Company of the Year.

  4. Wastewater Filtration & Recycling Systems For The Stone Fabrication Industry From DIACO, LLC

    New wastewater treatment systems manufactured by Dal Prete Engineering are now available from DIACO, LLC. Several sizes of the wastewater treatment systems are available for any size stone fabrication facility.

  5. OKOGA Statement On Lawsuit To Clarify Regulatory Jurisdiction Of Oil And Gas Operations

    The Oklahoma Oil and Gas Association (OKOGA) released the following statement regarding a lawsuit filed at the Oklahoma State Supreme Court about the Oklahoma Corporation Commission’s (OCC) exclusive jurisdiction over oil and natural gas operations.

  6. New Tool Developed By Stanford Engineers Helps Parched Regions Plan How To Replenish Aquifers

    Stanford environmental engineers have developed a planning tool called AquaCharge that helps urban water utilities develop efficient, cost-effective systems to replenish aquifers. By Edmund L. Andrews

  7. 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.

  8. Fluence To Exhibit Its Latest Technologies At IFAT 2018

    Visit the Fluence stand at hall A2, booth 205 to meet our experts who’ll share onsite demos of our efficient, effective and highly sustainable solutions.

  9. Sweetwater Tech Resources Begins Operation Of First Merchant Facility In California To Treat Produced Water For Beneficial Reuse

    Water Planet’s breakthrough IntelliFlux control software is being deployed at California’s first merchant facility set up to treat oil and gas produced water for beneficial reuse.

  10. OU-Led Study Expands Understanding Of Bacterial Communities For Global Next-Generation Wastewater Treatment And Reuse Systems

    A University of Oklahoma-led interdisciplinary global study expands the understanding of activated sludge microbiomes for next-generation wastewater treatment and reuse systems enhanced by microbiome engineering. Wastewater treatment and reuse are critical to global health and sustaining a world population predicted to reach 10 billion by 2050.