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Scottish water utility tests sewage recycling technology

Scottish Water and California-based Applied CleanTech are collaborating on a pilot project to test sewage recycling technology for wastewater at Dunbar and Aviemore Waste Water Treatment Works.
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Soil can remove endocrine disruptors from wastewater, study finds

Researchers at Penn State University have discovered a unique method for removing potentially dangerous chemicals from wastewater.
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Sewage recycling technology firm seeks investors

A company that specializes in sewage recycling technology is looking to raise up to $5 million through the EquityNet crowdfunding platform for investors.
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UK water utility powers bus from sewage

A water utility in the southwest of England has come up with an innovative use for some of the waste it processes on a daily basis.
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Water recycling project approved in San Diego

San Diego City Council has given the green light to plans to reuse wastewater for drinking.
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New plant to reuse carbon from cement manufacturing

A new carbon capture and utilization facility will open in San Antonio, Texas, this week with the aim of generating a profit from carbon dioxide (CO2) that previously would have been released into the atmosphere.


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New CHP facility generates renewable energy for UK water utility

A new combined heat and power (CHP) facility has been opened by U.K. water utility Yorkshire Water at its Esholt wastewater treatment works in Bradford.
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Sewage sludge turned into gas for local homes

A water utility in central England is producing "green gas" made from sewage sludge and is making it available for domestic use.
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Abu Dhabi targets 100% wastewater reuse

Water resources in the Middle East are becoming increasingly scarce and governments are addressing the issue in a variety of ways.
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World's largest water recycling facility to be built in Sydney, Australia

A new water recycling facility to be built in Sydney, Australia, will be the largest of its kind in the world, according to Sydney Water.
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