Despite drought conditions, state law prohibits any water headed for the drain to be used outdoors.
The eco-focused people who are trying to “save” their plants by pouring dish and bath water over them are actually committing a crime. North Carolina state law prohibits pouring anything headed for the drain onto outside, even if it is clean, leftover water from dinner glasses.
Membrane filtration systems continue to play an important role in the growing reuse market
Portable wastewater treatment systems support Canada’s natural industries
In today’s fast paced, on-the-go society, the demand for recycling should be at an all-time high as PET plastic bottle sales continue to increase and the bottled water industry continues to be the fastest growing bottled beverage sector.
Experts agree promotion, education and consumer participation are critical to boost recycling
Consumers spending more than $22.2 billion annually to have their vehicles professionally cleaned
Strict Water Preservation in Drought Areas Influencing the Industry
Thanks to a new membrane filtration system, National Raisin Company, Fowler, Calif., not only has been able to cut its wastewater costs, but it also has opened up a potentially lucrative source of additional income.
Using reclaimed water for non-potable purposes as a means of conserving potable water supplies is the most prevalent method of water reuse in the United States today. One of the significant challenges for water reclamation facilities is to keep up with the demands for safe, compliant chlorine (Cl2) treatment. One utility that is effectively meeting this challenge is Southern California’s Otay Water District.
Greenhouse Water Management Practices: Greenhouse Practices Increase Need for Water Treatment Equipment
Water recycling has become a popular trend in the agricultural industry—one that creates an opportunity for water treatment suppliers to assist growers with the specification, installation and maintenance of water treatment.
Off the coast of Washington, 32 families on Guemes Island were faced with an aging well that was drawing salt water into its system. Because groundwater is scarce on the island, residents had to rely on what little rain water soaks into the ground.
The process of reusing wastewater for sprinkling at the Sugar Hill Golf Course in Gwinnett County, Georgia, was time consuming, costly and problematic. An in-line ultraviolet disinfection unit installed at the treatment plant solved the problem.