Water Reuse News

  1. LiqTech International Receives USD $6.1M System Order For The Removal Of Heavy Metals From Industrial Waste Water

    LiqTech International, Inc. (NYSE MKT: LIQT) ("LiqTech") is pleased to announce that the Company has received a $6.1 million order for a complete system to remove heavy metals from the waste water from an international mining company.

  2. Installation Of Advanced Wastewater Treatment Technology To Be The First In The U.S.

    Riviera Utilities executed a contract with Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood, Inc. (GMC) to design a wastewater treatment plant expansion utilizing Nereda granular activated sludge technology as the basis of design.

  3. Carollo Engineers Leading Historic Water Planning Effort: “One Water LA 2040”

    Carollo Engineers is partnering with the Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation (LASAN) and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) to develop and implement the City's “One Water LA 2040” Plan.

  4. California’s Clean Water Revolving Fund Leads To Surge In Reuse

    Water recycling is having a heyday in California during the state’s five-year drought in part due to state policies designed to promote the practice.

  5. 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.

  6. Daytona Beach Looks To Join Leaders In Water Reuse

    The city of Daytona Beach, FL, is looking to transform itself into a hub for potable reuse.

  7. Nitrogen In Reclaimed Water Can Benefit Turfgrass

    As competition for fresh water increases and fertilizer prices rise, the horticulture industry is looking to reclaimed wastewater as a valuable resource for supplying irrigation and necessary nutrients for urban landscapes.

  8. Bashneft And SUEZ Put Into Operation A Complex Of Biological Treatment Facilities With The World’s Largest Industrial Membrane Bioreactor And Electrodialysis Reversal Units

    Recently, Bashneft-Ufaneftekhim refinery, a Rosneft-affiliated company, inaugurated its biological treatment plant, Bashneft key nature protection facility, which secured its spot as the world's largest industrial facility using membrane bioreactor (MBR) and electrodialysis reversal (EDR) technologies.

  9. IFAT India: Industrial Wastewater Management Industry In India Is Booming

    India currently experiences the worst water crisis in its history. And the demand for the vital resource will continue to rise. With a share of 79 percent, farming still is India’s largest consumer of water.

  10. FilterBoxx Announces Sanitary Wastewater Treatment Plant For Mining Installation

    Mr. Larry Novachis, Chief Executive Officer at FilterBoxx Water & Environmental Corp. (“FilterBoxx” or “the Corporation”) announces that FilterBoxx Packaged Water Solutions was awarded the contract to supply a permanent sanitary wastewater treatment plant for a mining camp in northwestern, British Columbia.