Water Reuse News

  1. Frost & Sullivan Commends APATEQ's Pioneering Integrated Membrane System For The European Advanced Filtration Technology Market
    9/15/2014

    Based on its recent analysis of the advanced filtration technology market, Frost & Sullivan is proud to present APATEQ with the 2014 European Technology Innovation Leadership Award.

  2. Toxic Water Transportation Is A Waste
    9/22/2017

    Fracking is a necessary part of our nations release of oil and gas that is trapped inside the earth. The concern in the oil industry is that the cost of transporting fracking water, which becomes contaminated with chemicals, will rise dramatically over the next four years.

  3. Xylem Shares Progress And Highlights Sustainability Initiatives In Its 2015 Sustainability Report
    6/14/2016

    As the world continues to face the challenges of climate change, a growing global population and increasing urbanization, our natural resources are at risk — especially water. As a leading global water technology company, Xylem is committed to solving water issues, which is a pre-condition for advancing sustainability in all its forms.

  4. Submit Abstracts For 2018 WE&RF Research Conference On Advancing Reuse And Integrated Water
    8/29/2017

    The Call for Abstracts is now open for the 2018 Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) Research Conference, which will be held May 7-8, 2018 in Atlanta, GA.

  5. GE And Statoil Announce Winners Of Open Innovation Challenge Focused On Reducing Water Usage In Onshore Oil And Gas Production
    2/2/2016

    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.

  6. Recycled Water Controversy: Are Customers Being Overcharged?
    11/4/2015

    The city of Newport Beach in California will repay $433,000 to four customers after overcharging them for recycled water.

  7. World’s First DPR Plant Inspires U.S. Water Managers
    12/28/2016

    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.

  8. Foundation Announces $1M In New DPR Research Funding
    10/17/2014

    The WateReuse Research Foundation’s Board of Directors recently approved funding for seven new direct potable reuse (DPR) research projects, valued at more than $1M.

  9. Veolia Handed Out The Echenfelder Medal For An Innovative Remediation Project At Naval Base Point Loma In San Diego
    4/28/2016

    The American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists held their Annual Awards Luncheon and Conference in late April at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

  10. Drought-Stricken California Could Save Up To 14 Million Acre-Feet Of Water; Enough To Supply All The State’s Cities Annually
    6/10/2014

    California could be saving up to 14 million acre-feet of untapped water – providing more than the amount of water used in all of California’s cities in one year – with an aggressive statewide effort to use water-saving practices, reuse water, and capture lost stormwater, according to a new analysis released today by the Pacific Institute and the Natural Resources Defense Council.