Water Reuse News

  1. PENETRON Helps Clean Up A Creek In Coal Country

    PENETRON ADMIX was incorporated into the concrete of the Northern West Virginia Advanced Water Treatment Facility to protect against aggressive chemicals found in the water.

  2. Desalitech Equips Pall Corporation’s Mobile Water Fleet With High Recovery Reverse Osmosis Capability

    Desalitech, a global leader in high-efficiency reverse osmosis (RO) water treatment, recently announced the sale of a one million gallon per day ReFlex™ reverse osmosis system to Pall Corporation.

  3. Decentralized Water Systems A Possibility In Alaska

    Alaska is seeking new ideas for its sewer and water system. One option under serious consideration is decentralized systems that treat water at individual households.

  4. Centrisys Corp. Team Named Winner Of EPA’s Nutrient Recycling Challenge

    Centrisys Corporation, a leading North American manufacturer of dewatering and thickening centrifuges, announced recently that it has been named a winner of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Nutrient Recycling Challenge.

  5. Already Serving Recycled Wastewater, Wichita Falls Makes More Drought Plans

    As the drought lingers in Texas and across the West, Wichita Falls has been one of the most proactive communities in the country, becoming the only U.S. city to serve recycled wastewater to homes.

  6. Porifera Selected For Proposed Awards Totaling $5.7M By The California Energy Commission

    Porifera, Inc. a Bay Area startup focused on developing advanced systems for water treatment, announced today that it was recommended by the California Energy Commission (CEC), for proposed awards totaling $5.7M.

  7. Purple Pipes Vs. Indirect Potable Reuse

    Which is more essential to San Diego's water future: purple pipes or indirect potable reuse?

  8. Cali Bill Aims To Get Consumers Trying Recycled Water

    A California lawmaker is trying to expand the state water supply with a bill that would change the way the water sector approaches storm and recycled water.

  9. Xylem Wins 2014 Water Reuse Equipment Manufacturer Of The Year

    Xylem, a leading global water technology company focused on addressing the world’s most challenging water issues, was awarded the 2014 WateReuse Equipment Manufacturer of the Year by the WateReuse Association at their 29th Annual Symposium in Dallas, Texas.

  10. Desalination Solutions Earn Black & Veatch Global Water Award

    Black & Veatch, a global leader in alternative water supply solutions, received the Distinction Award for Desalination Company of the Year at the 2016 Global Water Summit.