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Textile Company Saves Water, Money with Wastewater Recycling System

A water recycling system will help Tri-Star Dyeing and Finishing meet pollutant limits for its discharged water effluent — an environmental challenge that had cost the Santa Fe Spring, California-based fabric-dyeing company valuable time and money for years. Tri-Star is installing an Econity water recycling system at its facility after … Read more »

Acquisitions: Anthesis Buys Sustain, Evoqua Buys Environmental Treatment Systems

Sustainability services provider Anthesis Group is moving into the energy and carbon management market with the acquisition of Sustain and Evoqua Water Technologies has reached a deal to purchase industrial wastewater services provider Environmental Treatment Systems.

How Circular-Economy Approaches to Wastewater Can Cut Costs, Emissions, Water Use

Cambrian Innovation’s wastewater treatment system helped Bear Republic Brewing Company treat its wastewater onsite, generate renewable energy and save money on utility bills.

Water Treatment, Reuse: an $11 Billion Opportunity for Water Tech Companies

Water technology companies received good news — an a likely boost in business — from a recent California draft report that concludes it is feasible to develop uniform water recycling regulations for direct potable reuse in the state.

Bill Gates, Total Invest $14M in Bioproduct Technology

Microsoft founder Bill Gates and global energy giant Total are investing $14 million to help commercialize a technology that may produce cheaper bioplastics and biofuels. Renmatix’s Platrose technology converts waste biomass to cellulosic sugars, which then can be used as feedstock for chemicals and fuels. This process uses supercritical water … Read more »

Can Recycling Tech Solve Agriculture, Oil Industries’ Water, Wastewater Challenges?

A new water treatment and recycling project in drought-stricken California could provide a solution for both the oil and agriculture industries.

Think Bio-Based Materials Are Costly, Perform Poorly? Think Again.

Think Bio-Based Materials Are Costly, Perform Poorly? Think Again.

A Lux Research report says not only do bio-based materials and chemicals perform as well as their petro-based counterparts, they can actually perform better than incumbents and offer real business value to companies.

A Cleaner, Cheaper Way to Make Plastics and Fuels from Methane?

A new process uses natural gas as raw materials for aromatic chemicals without producing any CO2 emissions. It could be used to produce a range of products including plastics and fuels that are usually petroleum based, the developers say.