Planning for disasters: 3 ways science can help deliver drinking water after an earthquake
As we approach International Day for Disaster Reduction, a resilience study for Wellington, New Zealand, shows the value of planning
Bringing together top water technology experts in the Ohio River Valley Basin
A new innovation center in Cincinnati is helping bring together the expertise of the region’s water technology expert.
Water is a common resource; and its future may be tragic
When it comes to water, how can engineers help reconcile short-term needs with the long-term common good?
How we found hidden energy savings in water treatment plants
Balancing advanced water treatment with energy efficiency is possible.
The digital utility is within our reach
Technology can enable water, waste, food, and energy integration—but only if we make it a priority
Will membrane aerated bioreactors (MABR) change how we treat wastewater?
MABRs are showing promise as a cost-effective option to improve treatment, expand capacity, and reduce energy consumption