Water Reuse

From rainwater harvesting to greywater recycling, water reuse systems are increasingly popular methods to conserve water and reduce environmental footprint in residential, commercial and industrial water use applications.
Oct 30 2019
In an effort to alleviate water scarcity, wood-to-energy deployed water (WEDEW) is being used to convert agricultural waste into water and biochar,…
Oct 22 2019
On October 23, 2019, Imagine a Day Without Water, WQP Managing Editor Lauren Del Ciello reflects on the value of water and calls on the water…
Oct 9 2019
In Monterey County, Calif., the Pure Water Monterey recycled water project recently celebrated its pending completion at a ribbon cutting ceremony at…
No-water urinals & other water saving measures help Atlanta football stadium achieve LEED Platinum certification
No-water urinals & other water saving measures help Atlanta football stadium achieve LEED Platinum certification
Oct 7 2019
To understand why Atlanta’s new Mercedes-Benz Stadium is noteworthy–especially for its focus on sustainability and water conservation–it is important…
Developed as a “water recycling as a service” concept, Kenco’s Conserve program includes the equipment, installation, consumables, replacement parts, scheduled maintenance, remote monitoring and full coverage of any and all system failures for a fixed monthly fee, usually covered by water savings.
Developed as a “water recycling as a service” concept, Kenco’s Conserve program includes the equipment, installation, consumables, replacement parts, scheduled maintenance, remote monitoring and full coverage of any and all system failures for a fixed monthly fee, usually covered by water savings.
Oct 7 2019
Founded in 1911, Quinton Dye Works specialized in dyeing and laundering clothing at a time when it was common for people to refresh their wardrobe by…
Sep 12 2019
On Sept. 10, at the 34th Annual WateReuse Symposium in San Diego, Calif., the U.S. EPA announced the release of a draft National Water Reuse Action…
Aug 30 2019
In a rural area of southeastern Kenya, there is a school with more than 1,000 students that has been treating its borehole water with a reverse…
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