Water Reuse News

  1. American Water Awarded Research Grant From WateReuse Research Foundation

    American Water, the nation’s largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company, recently announced it has been awarded a research grant from the WateReuse Research Foundation to investigate human pathogens removal through various types of wastewater treatment processes.

  2. City Of Kirkland, King County Double-Up Against Drought With Recycled Water

    King County is making a drought-proof source of water available to city of Kirkland. Starting this week, the city will have access to high quality recycled water from the Brightwater Treatment Plant.

  3. Neptune Benson’s ETS-UV Selected For NWRI Project In Southern California

    Neptune Benson is an industry leader in water filtration and disinfection in the municipal, industrial and recreational water markets. Its ETS-UV brand is well established as a leading UV manufacturer.

  4. Bureau Of Reclamation Seeks Applicants For Four Water Treatment Research Funding Opportunities

    The Bureau of Reclamation is seeking applicants for four water treatment research funding opportunities under the Desalination and Water Purification Research Program and Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Program.

  5. US Water Alliance And San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Announce Joint Commitment At White House Water Summit

    Today, in honor of World Water Day, the US Water Alliance and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) jointly announced a commitment to accelerate the development of onsite water reuse projects across the country.

  6. Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility Awarded Plant Of The Year

    The Santa Paula Water Recycling Facility added another honor to its collection. The California Water Environment Association (CWEA) selected this "exceptional" facility as the 2014 Plant of the Year Award for Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties. It is now in the running for plant of the year for the state of California.

  7. Genesis Research And Technology Group Lands On The Green Blockchain

    Genesis Research and Technology Group has perfected a mobile system that can clean water instantly without using harsh chemicals. Soiled water from the oil and gas industry accounts for over 70 percent of the cost per barrel of oil to the worldwide consumer.

  8. ING Report: Circular Solutions For Global Water Stress

    Global fresh water demand is expected to grow by 2% yearly in the next decades. Based on the assumption that water supply will remain relatively stable, demand growth is expected to lead to serious water stress.

  9. More Comfort And Certainty In The Ability Of Onsite Treatment Systems To Serve Non-Potable Water Needs

    New research removes a primary institutional barrier to onsite water treatment. It provides a framework for the safe, consistent implementation and management of these systems, allowing agencies to incorporate them more widely into new and re-development projects.

  10. Drought Driving Greater Reliance On Wastewater Reuse In California

    After four years of drought and mixed results from efforts to roll back water use, the scale of California’s water crisis has brought the state to the brink of massive investments in water supply, including desalination, water diversion, and water treatment.