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Abu Dhabi presents new water management strategy

Abu Dhabi is planning to completely eliminate the disposal of treated wastewater into the environment over the next four years.
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Wastewater treatment lagoons could be biofuel source, study finds

Wastewater treatment lagoons contain high concentrations of planktonic organisms, which are potential sources of biomass.
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Wisconsin company turns dairy wastewater into biofuel

Dairy is the largest industry in the state of Wisconsin and it can also be a major source of biofuel, according to GreenWhey Energy, based in Turtle Lake.
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Study predicts global rise in wastewater reuse

The amount of treated wastewater used globally for purposes like farming will rise in the future, according to a new joint study.
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Chemical engineers develop improved recycling system for fracking water

The membrane-based filtration system improves the efficiency of treating and safely reusing water used for fracking at drill sites and could significantly reduce the amount of water and energy that fracking requires.
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Singapore signs water R&D agreement with EPA

Singapore's national water agency PUB and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will be working together on a series of water management issues.
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Texas wastewater treatment plant turns sewage into drinking water

The $13 million plant in Big Spring mixes sewage that has been treated to drinking-water standards with treated water from lakes.
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New facility turns wastewater into biofuel

Renewable energy company BlackGold Biofuels has opened a first-of-its-kind recycling facility in Charlotte, N.C., that turns wastewater into fuel.
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Work in Wisconsin demonstrates viability of waste-to-energy projects

Many states have programs; use reduces cost and liability
High-strength wastes — characterized by elevated levels of organics in wastewater as measured by biological oxygen demand, total suspended solids and oil & grease — are increasingly difficult and costly to manage.
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Los Angeles looks to rainwater catchment to curb pollution

Officials hope that these projects would keep runoff pollution out of waterways and help bolster groundwater supplies, which could be used for drinking water.
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