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California Cities Fight Over Who Gets the Sewage

Water-reuse programs cause two cities to sue each for the right to treat 200,000 gallons per day of someone else's wastewater. More

Blending Requirements for Water from Direct Potable Reuse Treatment Facilities
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Blending Requirements for Water from Direct Potable Reuse Treatment Facilities

With drought becoming more prevalent, the Water Research Foundation is studying... More

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These Utilities Squeeze Water From Stones

Well, not literally. But they are very, very good at developing alternative supplies to ensure customers never go without. More

Crushing Glass for Cash
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Crushing Glass for Cash

A rural solid waste agency cashes in by recycling glass. More

Retrofitting interchange infields to meet stormwater requirements
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Retrofitting interchange infields to meet stormwater requirements

Research in at least four states indicates that repurposing interchange infields... More

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Drought puts potable water reuse into perspective

Download this FREE white paper to learn how water utilities in California, Texas, and many other regions can economically expand water supply. More

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FREE webinar on roadway deicing and anti-icing operations

Nov. 6 presentation explains how transportation departments and local governments are working creatively to reduce chloride impacts to waters. More

Extends landfill life up to four times
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Extends landfill life up to four times

Company says its low-maintenance waste pulverizer also produces better feedstock... More

Texas recycles trash into artwork
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Texas recycles trash into artwork

Artists in Houston are “upcycling” difficult-to-reuse refuse into sculptures,... More

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Research: Smart water grids can save utilities $12.5 billion/year

Smart water networks can save utilities across the globe up to $12.5 billion a year according to research commissioned by Sensus. More

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