News related to 'District backs out of California's GRIP water-reuse project'
California | California | Disinfection | Finance | Groundwater | Lime | Membrane | Membrane | Microfiltration | Municipal | Recycling | Reverse Osmosis | Reverse Osmosis | Ultrafiltration | Ultrafiltration | Ultraviolet | Wastewater Reuse | Water Reuse | Water Reuse
You can also click on a keyword to see more stories on that particular topic
Leading global drinks companies collaborate to publish Water Reuse Decision Guide
The Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable (BIER), has launched a Context-Based Decision Guide for Water Reuse and Recycling. It says the guide is designed to be relevant to any facility, in any industry, in any location in the world, and "is intended to accelerate internal conversations and decisions at the regional and facility level with regards to investments in advancing water stewardship".
US EPA releases draft National Water Reuse Action Plan for public comment
The draft National Water Reuse Action Plan highlights key actions that support consideration and implementation of water reuse across the water sector.
US National Alliance for Water Innovation selected to Lead Energy-Water Desalination Hub
The US Department of Energy has announced the selection of the National Alliance for Water Innovation (NAWI) to lead its Energy-Water Desalination Hub, intended to tackle water security issues.
EWEC and ACWA Power sign water purchase agreement for world's largest RO desal plant
The $900 million Taweelah desalination IWP is expected to produce 909,200 cubic meters of water a day.
UK/Saudi initiative targets low-cost carbon neutral desalination using solar dome
NEOM has signed an agreement with UK-based Solar Water Plc to build the first ever "solar dome" desalination plants in NEOM, northwest Saudi Arabia. The pilot project claims it will revolutionise the water desalination process.
US/China researchers develop ultra-efficient multi-stage solar desal
Scientists funded by US and Chinese bodies have published details of a multi-stage solar desalination process, claiming a record-high solar-to-vapor conversion efficiency of 385% under one-sun illumination, where more than 75% of the total production was collected through condensation.