Water Reuse News

  1. 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

  2. Veolia Wins Three Waste Treatment Contracts With Westminster City Council

    Veolia will provide a suite of sustainable solutions based on its industry expertise and extensive treatment infrastructure to help the Council reach its target of zero waste to landfill.

  3. Membran-Filtrations-Technik (MFT) Introduces CD-140 Circular Disc Module For High Pressures Up To 140 Bar

    Membran-Filtrations-Technik (MFT), a leading developer of membrane technologies, introduces CD-140 high pressure circular disc module that can accommodate pressures up to and including 140 bar.

  4. Reliable One Resources Announces Purchase Of Ohio Disposal Well Facility

    Reliable One Resources, Inc., a provider of innovative water disposal and water recycling services, today announced the purchase of an existing, operating, water disposal and injection facility in Athens County, Ohio, a key milestone in the company’s strategy to collect and treat produced and flowback water for oil and gas operators throughout the United States.

  5. Innovative Water Technologies Sought For Stormwater And Wastewater Collection/Treatment Operations

    The Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) is now seeking submissions from innovative technology providers for solutions that can be applied in the water quality industry.

  6. The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation Welcomes New Board Members

    The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) is pleased to announce the election of two new members to the Board of Directors. Joining the Board, which is composed of volunteer members from municipal utilities, industry, government agencies, corporations, and academia, are Chris Hill of ARCADIS and Ken Lykens of HDR Engineering.

  7. Sewage Brewage: Making Beer From Wastewater

    The latest in specialty brewing: beer made out of recycled sewage water.

  8. Fluence Awarded US$3.5M Contract For Plant In Argentina

    Fluence Corporation Limited is pleased to announce that it has received a US$3.5M contract to design and build a water treatment plant for a prominent power plant in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  9. Veolia Will Treat The Springvale Mount Piper Power Plant Wastewater In Australia

    Springvale Joint Venture and EnergyAustralia has selected Veolia to deliver and operate the new Springvale Mount Piper Power Station Water Treatment Plant. Veolia will operate and maintain the plant and a pipeline linking the 2 sites under a 15 year contract.

  10. 8 Ways Biosolids & Organics Can Contribute To A Healthier Environment

    On this Earth Day, let us reflect on the importance of recycling naturally occurring resources and explore innovative ideas for the conservation of a healthy, shared environment. Biosolids and organics and the careful management of these valuable resources warrant a closer look.