ollowing Canada and the US in the summer, Europe is set to open its first resource recovery facility.
Collection of water and wastewater new headlines from around the world
Ahead of the IDA World Congress in Tianjin, there was an air of excitement about the desalination market's future growth in China.
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WWi's technology comparison series continues with the topic of nutrient recovery solutions.
Rainwater harvesting involves the collection of precipitation for a wide range of agricultural, commercial and domestic uses, from watering landscapes to flushing toilets.
Historically suffering from failing water treatment infrastructure, Colombia has had to embrace change.
Heathrow has embarked on a natural way of storing and treating heavily-contaminated storm water at its Mayfield Farm Treatment Facility by upgrading to Forced Bed Aeration (FBA).
The discovery of over 200 billion cubic metres of water in Kenya has made headlines around the world but what technology was used to find this miraculous amount of water?
While the Caribbean Island of Jamaica benefits from its tropical setting and bountiful fresh water supplies, the nation's water infrastructure is creaking at the seams.
The US's drinking water and wastewater infrastructure is in deep trouble – the US Environmental Protection Agency estimates that at current levels of expenditure, the gap between actual and needed levels of investment in water infrastructure will be in excess of $300 billion over the next 20 years.
With the already significant fracking industry set for further rapid expansion in the US, the demands on fresh water supplies are mounting, as is the need to process the large volumes of produced wastewater.
With funding for wastewater treatment infrastructure in the US increasingly stretched, the idea of recovering valuable nutrients and even precious metals such as silver is gaining momentum.