Water Reuse News

  1. Windhoek Gets Flagship Wastewater Plant From Veolia

    Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies South Africa (Veolia), part of the global Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies group of companies, is currently executing the electrical design and mechanical installation of the new ZAR 125 million Ujams industrial wastewater treatment project near the City of Windhoek's northern industrial zone.

  2. Orange County Water District Leads National Science Foundation Funded Study Of The Metagenomics Of Water Quality

    The Orange County Water District (OCWD; the District) is a recipient, with the University of Maryland and CosmosID, Inc., of a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant that will aid the water industry in its continued effort to improve water quality.

  3. OriginOil CEO Reports On High Demand For Produced Water Treatment Services

    OriginOil Inc., developer of Electro Water Separation (EWS), the high-speed, chemical-free process to clean up large quantities of water, announced today that in a letter to shareholders, CEO Riggs Eckelberry reported that as oil prices continue to fall, energy consumption increases — and water use.

  4. AWWA Named Administrator Of The U.S. Technical Advisory Group For International Standards Organization Water Reuse Committees

    The American Water Works Association has been named the administrator of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group for the International Standards Organization committees on water reuse.

  5. WateReuse Association Launches Lone Star Recycled Water Contest For K12 Students

    The WateReuse Association and its state affiliate, WateReuse Texas, this week, launched a student art and writing contest to raise awareness about the importance of recycled water among K12 students in the Austin metropolitan area.

  6. Passionate Advocate For Water Reuse Wins 2015 Stockholm Industry Water Award

    CH2M, a Colorado-based global service and engineering company, has been named the winner of the 2015 Stockholm Industry Water Award, for developing and advancing methods to clean water, and increasing public acceptance of recycled water.

  7. Water Reuse Capacity To Increase 37% Over Next 10 Years As Utilities Look To Mitigate Water Supply Risk

    An increasing focus on resiliency and water supply risk is driving investment in water reuse, or reclaimed wastewater solutions. New capacity additions in the U.S. municipal water sector are forecasted to surpass US$21.5B from 2017 to 2027, according to a new report from Bluefield Research, U.S. Municipal Water Reuse: Opportunities, Outlook, & Competitive Landscape, 2017-2027.

  8. Energy Department Launches Up To $15M To Tackle Solar Desalination

    The U.S. Department of Energy recently announced new funding to develop revolutionary solar desalination technologies that will help create freshwater from otherwise unusable waters.

  9. Innovative Technologies For A Sustainable Dairy Industry

    The ENREMILK project investigated how to reduce water and energy consumption across the entire dairy industry supply chain. 

  10. Bureau Of Reclamation Selects Twenty-One Projects To Receive $2.93M To Study Water Treatment Technologies

    Bureau of Reclamation Commissioner Estevan López today announced $2.93 million in funding for water treatment technologies research.