Cash-strapped U.S. cities are turning to drones, artificial intelligence and other innovations to help inspect and fix the country’s aging underground arteries of waste. View the full article here.
In Recycled Water, Sustainability, Wastewater Treatment, water recycling, water resources, water sectorPosted
Water and energy-as-a-service is likely to have a high adoption rate in the next 2 to 3 years, finds Frost & Sullivan Santa Clara, CA /PRNewswire/ – Frost & Sullivan’s recent [...]
In conservation, energy, Recycled Water, Sustainability, Wastewater Treatment, water recycling, water resources, water sectorPosted
by the Water Environment Federation Updated: 09-10-2020 INTRODUCTION l resource in the world. Municipalities and military installations must manage and steward wastewater from multiple potential [...]
The wide green valley that is criss-crossed by Plum Creek forms the landscape for Uhland, Texas which began its recorded history when German farmers settled there in the 1800s and was also once [...]
November 10, 2020 Chemists at the Leibniz Institute for Catalysis in Rostock discovered the molecular mechanism of a photocatalyst that completely breaks down organic contaminants in wastewater [...]