Water Reuse News

  1. Co-op Refinery Complex Selected For CIPH National Water Wise Award

    The Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) has presented the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina, Saskatchewan with its National Water Wise Award for the refinery’s Wastewater Improvement Project.

  2. WateReuse Merges Leadership To Sharpen Its Focus

    The WateReuse Association and Research Foundation recently announced a plan to merge the leadership of their organizations to more aggressively address the challenges that local communities face in meeting growing demands for water supplies in the context of drought, climate change, aging infrastructure, environmental degradation, and an increasingly complex web of federal, state, and local regulations.

  3. George Hawkins And Susan Story To Join US Water Alliance Board Of Directors

    The US Water Alliance, a national organization dedicated to advancing a sustainable water future for all, announced today that DC Water CEO and General Manager George Hawkins and American Water President and CEO Susan Story, will join its board of directors.

  4. Stanislaus County Deploys California's First Innovative EGRP® Infiltration System

    As California copes with fewer and more intense rain events, Stanislaus County is taking action to adapt by deploying a state-of-the-art infiltration enhancement technology, from The Water Group, LLC. The technology will sustainably capture stormwater to accelerate groundwater recharge and reduce standing water on city roads to improve public safety.

  5. Clean TeQ Awarded Contract To Supply DeSALx Technology For Mine Water Treatment Plant

    Mr Robert Friedland and Mr Jiang Zhaobai, Co-Chairmen of Clean TeQ Holdings Limited (Clean TeQ or Company), and Mr Sam Riggall, Chief Executive Officer, recently announced that Clean TeQ, through its wholly owned subsidiary Clean TeQ Water Pty Ltd, has entered into a landmark agreement with Fosterville Gold Mine Pty Ltd (Fosterville) to design, supply and commission a two million litre-per-day Clean TeQ DeSALxmine water treatment plant.

  6. Indirect Potable Reuse May Come To North Texas

    Texas regulators are considering a proposal for a major indirect potable reuse project in drought-plagued Wichita Falls. 

  7. GE And Statoil Announce Winners Of Open Innovation Challenge Focused On Reducing Water Usage In Onshore Oil And Gas Production

    GE and Statoil recently announced the four winners of their Open Innovation Challenge, designed to utilize crowd sourcing to find solutions that reduce fresh water in shale oil and gas production.

  8. Orange County Water District Water Recycling Project Receives Prop 1 Funding

    $9.1M in competitive Proposition 1 funding will go toward a critical Orange County Water District (OCWD; the District) water recycling project, the Mid Basin Centennial Park Injection (MBI) Project.

  9. Water Research Foundation And Water Environment & Reuse Foundation Release Guidance On Fostering Innovation Within Water Utilities

    The Water Research Foundation and Water Environment & Reuse Foundation, in partnership with Birmingham Water Works Board and utilities from North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia, have published a guidance manual for innovation based on successful programs in the utility and commercial sectors.

  10. Dow Contributes To University Of Arizona Advancing Water Treatment R&D

    Dow Water & Process Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, celebrated the opening of The University of Arizona’s Water and Energy Sustainable Technology Center (WEST) on Friday, Nov. 20.