Water Reuse

From rainwater harvesting to greywater recycling, water reuse systems are increasingly popular methods to conserve water and reduce environmental footprint in residential, commercial and industrial water use applications.
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Oct 27 2006
In the next 10 years, the expected swell in global population will undoubtedly lead to greater water needs and a rise in the production of…
Oct 5 2006
The weight of our civilization has become so great, it now ranks as a global force and a significant wild card in the human future along with the…
Aug 19 2005
The reality, however, is that recycling has been spiraling downward since 1995 when the recycling rate was almost 40%. According to the National…
Jan 7 2003
National Raisin Company, Fowler, Calif., recently received news that had dual implications. The good news was that sales and production of its…
Apr 30 2002
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…
Dec 28 2000
Water recycling has become a popular trend in the agricultural industry—one that creates an opportunity for water treatment suppliers to assist…
Dec 28 2000
Desalination System Brings Water to Small Island Off Washington Coast Off the coast of Washington, 32 families on Guemes Island were faced with an…
Dec 28 2000
The process of reusing wastewater for sprinkling at the Sugar Hill Golf Course in Gwinnett County, Georgia, was time consuming, costly and…
Dec 28 2000
Wastewater is being reclaimed for non-potable uses. The use of this water is alleviating water shormance of the valve. In addition, buried manually-…
Dec 28 2000
In many areas of the United States, artificial recharge techniques are emerging as effective solutions for maintaining or enhancing the water-bearing…
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