Water Reuse News

  1. Water Research Foundation Releases Results From Ongoing Study On Direct Potable Reuse

    The Water Research Foundation (WRF), a leading sponsor of potable reuse research, has released interim results from the project “Blending Requirements for Water from Direct Potable Reuse Treatment Facilities” (#4536).

  2. Research Raises Questions About Recycled Wastewater For Produce

    Eating produce grown with recycled wastewater may have drawbacks, new research indicates.

  3. Lystek Thermal Hydrolysis Process For Biosolids Management Continues To Gain Regulatory Recognition In U.S.

    Lystek's Thermal Hydrolysis Process (Lystek THP) for the sustainable management of biosolids and organics continues to be recognized by regulatory bodies across the U.S.

  4. Chemicals Producer Reuses Wastewater Treated With MBR For Domestic Use

    After side-by-side testing, speciality chemicals producer Galaxy Surfactants, India, chose Alfa Laval's hollow sheet membrane bioreactors (MBRs) instead of flat sheet solutions for three industrial wastewater treatment plants.

  5. Petrofac Chooses Veolia For Water Treatment For Its Rabab Harweel Project In Oman

    Veolia, through its subsidiary Veolia Water Technologies Gulf, has been awarded a contract by Petrofac to provide process water treatment solutions on Petroleum Development Oman’s Rabab Harweel Integrated Project.

  6. Colarasis Offers New Water Treatment Method

    Colarasis, Inc. has a new method of water treatment and purification which recovers fibers otherwise lost in water waste and permits the use of water over and over, thus cutting cost.

  7. Florida Counties Explore IPR System

    Florida may be taking up the mantle in one of the drinking water industry’s ongoing battles: to increase the adoption of indirect potable reuse (IPR).

  8. Xylem Technology And Expertise To Support The Development Of China’s Largest Underground Wastewater Recycling Plant

    Among more than 600 cities across China, almost half of them suffer from water shortages*. Beijing, China’s vast and densely populated capital city, is one such city currently facing an acute water shortage and recycled water has been identified as an important component of the region’s future water supply portfolio.

  9. Haynes And Boone Files Motion To Intervene In EPA Lawsuit On Behalf Of Texas Oil & Gas Industry Group, TIPRO

    Lawyers with Haynes and Boone, LLP representing the Texas Independent Producers & Royalty Owners Association (TIPRO) have filed a motion in a Washington, D.C. federal court seeking to intervene in a lawsuit brought by a group of environmental organizations that would force the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to adopt stricter oil and gas waste regulations.

  10. Recycled Water Becoming More Cost-Effective For Fracking

    Could technology make fracking wastewater less controversial?