Energy- and water-efficient facility makes electrodes used to produce chlorine for water disinfection.
Galling is a form of wear that is caused by metal surfaces in gliding contact with one other, and is a serious problem in water treatment.
Researchers have designed a tree-inspired water transport system that uses capillary forces to drive dirty water upward before converting it into steam by solar energy to produce fresh, clean water.
Partner Agencies to continue funding program to develop new, reliable, locally controlled and drought-proof drinking water supply.
Organizations will work with Winter Haven, Fla. to sustainably manage its water resources.
Cost-effective multiparameter sonde with intuitive software solves data collection challenges.
The bill directs EPA to set a drinking water standard for PFOS and PFOA, at a minimum, and potentially other PFAS within two years.
Sonja Michaluk will represent the U.S. in international competition.
The funding will help protect 6,800 public water systems in Minnesota serving approximately 5.6 million people daily.
New ChemREADY division to provide water clarity solutions in municipal, mining and industrial water treatment applications.
The 2019 Dr. Pankaj Parekh Research Innovation Award; and three Outstanding Subscriber Awards for Applied Research were handed out.
A new device for collecting and purifying water, developed at The University of Texas at Austin, was inspired by a rose.
For over three decades, the Island Water Association and Water Solutions have collaborated to meet freshwater demands and optimize process efficiency with reverse osmosis on Sanibel-Captiva Islands, Fla.
Harshal Agrawal wins EPA's Patrick H. Hurd Sustainability Award.