Water Reuse News

  1. EPA And Bureau Of Reclamation Advance Federal Cooperation On Funding For Water Supply And Reuse Projects

    Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that advances federal collaboration on funding for water supply and water reuse projects nationwide.

  2. Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize-Winning Orange County Water District Utilizes MEMCOR® By Evoqua Membranes At Its Groundwater Replenishment System

    The Orange County (California) Water District (OCWD), recipient of this year’s prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize, continues to implement the expanded Evoqua MEMCOR® modular membrane system at its pioneering Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS).

  3. Reused Water Gets Into California Beers

    Some Californians are doing their part to conserve water during the drought by drinking beer — specifically, beer made with recycled water.

  4. Washington Wastewater Treatment Plant Will Recycle Own Sewage

    It may be hard to believe but recycled sewage could soon become a reality in Pierce County, WA. The unique idea is a part of a $342 million expansion of the Chambers Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant.

  5. Innovative Water Technologies Sought For Stormwater And Wastewater Collection/Treatment Operations

    The Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) is now seeking submissions from innovative technology providers for solutions that can be applied in the water quality industry.

  6. Eliminating Wastewater: Zero-Liquid Discharge Market To $2.7B In 2030

    Zero-liquid discharge (ZLD), an approach to wastewater treatment that prevents any liquid waste from flowing out of a power plant or factories, will grow at a 12% annual rate into a $2.7B market in 2030.

  7. Ben-Gurion University Of The Negev And University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign Researchers Develop New Membranes That Remove Viruses From Drinking Water

    Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) have developed novel ultrafiltration membranes that significantly improve the virus-removal process from treated municipal wastewater used for drinking in water-scarce cities.

  8. Combating California’s Drought With Energy Efficient Technologies

    As the United States forecast a surge in energy demand and consumption over the winter period, Biwater and NeoTech Aqua team up to highlight their energy-saving work in California, centred on a new and innovative water reuse demonstration project with the Padre Dam Municipal Water District.

  9. Center For Sustainable Shale Development Expands Its Wastewater Treatment Standard, Fulfilling Initial Plans

    The Center for Sustainable Shale Development (CSSD), a collaboration of environmental organizations and energy companies to encourage prudent and responsible development of shale gas resources in the Appalachian region, announced today that it has expanded its wastewater Performance Standard 1 to address the treatment of shale wastewater at permitted facilities.

  10. Car Wash Water Recycling Responsibility In The California Drought With Hydro Engineering Inc

    The automated car wash is the number one method that vehicle owners prefer when it comes to washing.