Water Reuse Videos

  1. The Evolution Of Wastewater Reuse
    6/24/2015

    The need to conserve our water resources has gone from idealistic to imperative in recent years. There are countless ways that utilities are looking to meet that pressure, but few solutions are making more headway than wastewater reuse.

  2. About Desalitech: A Company Overview
    5/14/2015

    Industry accounts for nearly 60 percent of fresh water withdrawals in the developed world, putting tremendous stress on water resources which will only increase with growth.

  3. Drought Forum Webinar: The Growing Demand For Re-Used And Brackish Water
    5/7/2015

    The Western Governors' Drought Forum webinar “Once Marginal, Now Crucial: The Growing Demand for Re-used, Produced, and Brackish Water” explores the technological and regulatory obstacles to utilizing re-used, produced, and brackish water.

  4. Earth Day With The Fishes
    4/22/2015

    We are celebrating ‎EarthDay2015 with our freshwater friends! Water covers 70.9% of the Earth’s surface. However, the water found at the Earth’s surface in lakes, rivers, streams, ponds, and swamps makes up only 0.3% of the world’s freshwater sources.

  5. Pulp and Paper Mill Increases Water Recovery With Reverse Osmosis
    4/13/2015

    Doubletree Paper Mills in Arizona expanded manufacturing operation in 2014. The paper mill purifies groundwater and recycles wastewater with reverse osmosis for use in its paper products processes.

  6. Bill Gates and Jimmy Drink Poop Water
    1/23/2015

    Bill Gates challenges Jimmy to taste test water from the Omniprocessor, which turns sewage into clean drinking water.

  7. Tornado® Surface Aerators Help Obregon, Mexico Earn Energy Conservation Awards
    1/6/2015

    Learn how Fluence helped the city of Obregon, Mexico overcome severe ecological challenges, save energy, and treat wastewater for reuse.

  8. From Toilet To Tap Water
    12/12/2014

    Alex and the crew travel to Saudi Arabia and talk to Noura Shehab, a Ph.D. student at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), about her research to use microbes to power sea water desalination.

  9. From Burden To Blessing: The Value of Resource Recovery
    11/24/2014

    The name “wastewater” doesn’t accurately describe water that has been used, says Jim Porteous, from Ovivo. 

  10. Peracetic Acid Offers Single Step Treatment Of Wet Weather Flows
    11/17/2014

    Many utilities are looking at peracetic acid (PAA) as a safe means to quickly treat sewer overflows when treating storm water. Because PAA, which is created by mixing peroxide with acetic acid, contains different properties than traditional chlorine compounds, it doesn’t come with chlorine-related disinfection byproducts.