The water consumed in oil & gas production is something tremendous. Folks in the water and wastewater treatment industry know it, and they’re introducing solutions that make continuing use of carbon-based energy more sustainable.
Research at the U.K.’s Brunel University London and Carnegie Mellon University in the U.S. could lead to an effective new way of removing endocrine disrupting hormones and pharmaceuticals from wastewater.
Wet-wipe consumption has almost tripled the past decade.
Arvia Technology has developed an innovative wastewater treatment process based on its own graphene-based proprietary material, called Nyex.
A submersible helps a supplier of process and wastewater treatment technologies implement a side-stream de-ammonification process.
Construction is just about to start on an experimental levee and wetland basin adjacent to the Oro Loma wastewater treatment and purification plant in San Lorenzo, California.
A new method for treating oil and gas wastewater aims to make the treatment process both simpler and smarter, making it easier to reuse or dispose of the water.
Greece is facing European Union court action for failing to ensure that urban wastewater is properly treated.