Water Reuse News

  1. Adedge Water Technologies Awarded Biottta Nitrate Removal Project For The City Of Delano, California

    AdEdge Water Technologies recently announced it has been awarded and is implementing a biottta (biologically tailored two-stage treatment approach) nitrate removal project for the City of Delano, California.

  2. Colorado Has Water Reuse Ambitions, But Can It Get There?

    Colorado has big ambitions for water reuse, but many obstacles stand in the way.

  3. Seven RFPs Released For WRF Research

    The Water Research Foundation (WRF) recently announced that Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are available for six new research projects funded under the Solicited Research Program. In addition, one new RFP was posted under the Emerging Opportunities Program. All RFPs are available online.

  4. Orange County Water District Receives Governor’s Environmental And Economic Leadership Award

    The Orange County Water District (OCWD; the District) received the 2017 Governor’s Environmental and Economic Leadership Award (GEELA) for environmental education, California’s highest and most prestigious environmental honor.

  5. Neptune Benson’s ETS-UV Receives NWRI (2012) Conditional Acceptance On The 800 Watt Amalgam System, A Major Milestone In UV Closed Vessel Capability

    Neptune Benson has announced that its closed vessel ETS-UV system has received conditional acceptance from the California State Water Resources Control Board.  The unit approved is an 800 watt, low pressure, high output, closed vessel UV system designed for high level reuse water disinfection.

  6. OriginClear Agrees To Pilot Program At Sinopec Shale Gas Site In China's Shandong Province

    OriginClear Inc. (OTC/QB: OCLN), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, today announced its partnership with a regional organization in the Chinese province of Shandong for remediation of a shale gas site operated by the government-owned Sinopec Group, Asia's largest oil and gas company, and the second largest in the world, as listed in the Fortune Global 500.

  7. Direct Potable Reuse Campaign Aims To Build Public Support

    Direct potable reuse now has a public relations team.

  8. Upgraded Treatment Plant Provides Wastewater Snow

    California is getting its first ski slopes with snow made from recycled wastewater.

  9. Denver Water’s Plans To Recycle 5.6 Billion Gallons Per Year Meet Resistance

    Denver Water wants expand its recycled water program, but health regulators are not sure the proposal is safe.

  10. EPA And The State Of Colorado Release Plans To Protect Water Quality, Enable Land Reuse At The Eagle Mine Superfund Site

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) have released two final Records of Decision for environmental remediation at the Eagle Mine Superfund Site in Eagle County, Colorado, following the consideration of input received through a public comment process.