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.
Two main wells fail in rural California town
Two main wells fail in rural California town
Aug 14 2018
The two main wells serving Stratford, Calif., have experienced mechanical problems, requiring the town’s residents to truck in water from a local…
California groups receive water projects funding
California groups receive water projects funding
Aug 13 2018
The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and the U.S. EPA announced grants to three California organizations, including Tejon Ranch…
Nomination open for water and sustainability innovation award
Nomination open for water and sustainability innovation award
Jul 10 2018
Ewing Irrigation & Landscape Supply and Audubon Intl. are now accepting nominations for the Water & Sustainability Innovation Award—a new…
Young contest finalist designs water reuse system
Young contest finalist designs water reuse system
Jun 28 2018
A 14-year-old from Sugar Land, Texas., has developed a toilet flushing system that uses both fresh and recycled water to reduce water consumption in…
New water harvesting device uses solar energy
New water harvesting device uses solar energy
Jun 26 2018
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a solar-powered water…
Arizona golf courses turn to water reuse
Arizona golf courses turn to water reuse
Jun 4 2018
Two Phoenix golf courses, Lookout Mountain Golf Club and Moon Valley Country Club, have partnered with the city of Phoenix to build a pipeline…
May 24 2018
In recent years, rainwater harvesting has been in the spotlight as an up-and-coming system, utilizing pump stations with various levels of water…
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