Tag: water reuse

Reclaimed water or recycled water, is former wastewater (sewage) that is treated to remove solids and impurities, and used in sustainable landscaping irrigation, to recharge groundwater aquifers, to meet commercial and industrial water needs, and for drinking. The purpose of these processes is water conservation and sustainability, rather than discharging the treated water to surface waters such as rivers and oceans.

Self-Healing Membranes

AS THE PROBLEMS associated with water scarcity and declining water quality become more apparent in some parts of the county, water reuse is becoming an increasingly common option for communities to augment their water supplies. Water reuse is also becoming a more widespread option for managing wastewater rather than simply

A Wave of Innovation

A Wave of Innovation

Wastewater treatment plants are impacted by the same infrastructure issues as highways, bridges, and municipal water systems. As population increases and permitting requirements are strengthened, there is little room to upgrade and expand. Costs are also prohibitive. New technologies like membrane bioreactors (MBR), however, can fit in the footprint of

Xylem Executives to Join Global Industry Leaders to Advance Strategies for a Smarter, Resilient Water Future at Singapore International Water Week 2018

Xylem Executives to Join Global Industry Leaders to Advance Strategies for a Smarter, Resilient Water Future at Singapore International Water Week 2018

Exhibit to include Company’s Asia launch of Flygt Concertor, the world’s first wastewater pumping system with integrated intelligence, and a new series of Godwin Dri-Prime flood protection pumps

Executives from Xylem (NYSE: XYL), a leading global water technology company, will participate in key panel discussions and workshops focused on

Infrastructure’s Inflection Point

Infrastructure’s Inflection Point

As evinced by the number of water main breaks, failed water quality tests, and low scores on infrastructure report cards, the network of pumps and pipes that keep America’s lifeblood flowing is in dismal shape.

Not only is repairing the aging system necessary in order to address the most critical issues

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