View Cart (0 items)

Water/Waste Processing e-News

Produced water treatment services market to reach $8 billion by 2019

A new report estimates that the global market for produced water treatment services will be worth more than $8.0 billion by 2019, rising at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5%.
Read More

Yellow Stone River oil spill contaminates water supplies

Residents of the eastern Montana city of Glendive have been advised to use bottled water for drinking and cooking after an oil pipeline burst at the weekend, sending crude oil into the Yellowstone River.
Read More

Wastewater discharges cause toxic microalgae growth in Pacific Ocean

Discharges of wastewater into the Pacific Ocean are causing the growth of algae that generates toxins harmful to fish, marine mammals and humans, according to a study by the University of Colima (UCOL) in Mexico.
Read More

Researcher improves nitrate-removal process

New research in the Netherlands points to a more effective way of removing nitrate from drinking water through the use of a catalyst.
Read More

EPA supports financing innovation in water sector

A new resource launched by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will help communities across the United States improve their wastewater, drinking water and stormwater systems.
Read More

New research in Abu Dhabi focuses on solar-powered seawater desalination

French companies GDF Suez and Suez Environnement are to participate in a project in Abu Dhabi that will examine the use of 100 percent solar power to desalinate seawater.
Read More

Nitrogen in recycled wastewater good for irrigation

Recycled wastewater contains nutrients that are essential to plant health, such as nitrogen and phosphorous. Should it be used more widely to irrigate turfgrass in urban environments?
Read More

Beijing residents recycle water after price hike

Since a major price hike in May, household water consumption in the Chinese capital city has declined by 0.17 cubic meters daily, or an average drop of 2 liters per person.
Read More

Experts call for review of US drinking water standards

A critical review and rethink is needed concerning the EPA's secondary standards in order to maintain consumers' confidence in tap water as well as in its sensory quality.
Read More

EPA sets out plans for cleaning contaminated groundwater in New Jersey

The Department of Justice and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have put forward plans to clean up environmental damage caused by industrial activities in New Jersey.
Read More