Water Reuse

WERF Has $500,000 for New Water Quality Research

The Water Environment Research Foundation will support new or ongoing projects that preserve resources and transform how wastewater and stormwater facilities protect public health.

WateReuse Foundation, PUB Form Research Alliance

The organizations will pool resources to impact alternative sources of water supply.

MSABP: Can You Say Sludgeless?

Just three years ago, the company introduced its technology and it already has a five-year, multimillion-dollar exclusive supply and licensing contract with Teijin Limited.

Eggert Joins Southern Research to Study Contaminants

Institute will focus on ways of cleaning up problematic constituents in water and wastewater sources.

Arsenic-laced Drinking Water

A casual phone conversation with his brother led engineer Jeremiah Jackson to develop an innovative arsenic filtration system that could improve the lives of people affected by arsenic-contaminated drinking water.

Case study: Optimizing RO

Reverse osmosis treatment requires sufficient feedwater pretreatment to prevent membrane fouling. Depending on the feedwater, pretreatment can be critical to ensuring a sustainable process.

Pump and Treat

When it rains hard in Collierville, Tenn., a sewer pump station right outside the gates of the Shelton Road Wastewater Treatment Plant automatically becomes part of the plant.

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