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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 »

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.

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.

Mattel recycled water

Mattel Plans to Cut Utility Bills 40% Using Recycled Water

Mattel recently became a California water agency’s newest recycled water customer, which will save about 2 million gallons of drinking water per year in the drought-stricken state. The global toy maker, whose brands include Barbie, Fisher-Price and Hot Wheels, among others, told Environmental Leader that using recycled water for irrigation … Read more »

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Pilot Project Tests Recycled Oilfield Water for Agricultural Use

A pilot project to test treated oilfield wastewater for potential use in agricultural irrigation is underway in California. Sweetwater Tech Resources’ Wasco, California-based project uses IntelliFlux artificial intelligence-based software developed by Water Planet. Water Planet’s IMS-5000 Integrated Produced Water Treatment Solution technology used in the pilot is an integrated mechanical … Read more »

California ‘Ready for Recycled Water’

California ‘Ready for Recycled Water’

California residents are overwhelmingly supportive of using treated wastewater, or recycled water, in their everyday lives, according to a statewide survey released today by water technology provider Xylem. The survey defined recycled water as former wastewater that has been treated and purified so that it can be reused for drinking … Read more »

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Is Recycled Oilfield Water Safe for Crop Irrigation?

Some 50,000 acre feet of recycled oilfield wastewater is used to irrigate about 90,000 acres of crops in California’s Central Valley, one of the world’s most productive agricultural regions. But is this produced water safe for use on food crops? A newly formed panel aims to answer this question. “There … Read more »

NRG Cuts Water Use at Power Plants

NRG Cuts Water Use at Power Plants

NRG implemented projects in 2014 that increased water reused or recycled by 21 million gallons, according to the energy company’s 2014 sustainability report. NRG has also reduced its water usage by 133 million gallons over the past three years through water-savings programs at each facility including: Use of non-potable water … Read more »

Xylem Provides Water Reuse AOP Technology for Indirect Potable Reuse

Water technology company Xylem has been commissioned to deliver a water reuse system to help increase the supply of purified, recycled water in Los Angeles. Xylem’s Wedeco MiPRO photo Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) will ensure that the City of Los Angeles Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant complies with California’s groundwater … Read more »

Global Water Pumps Market to Surpass $54bn by 2020

The global water pumps market is projected to surpass $54 billion by 2020, according to a TechSci Research report. Global Water Pumps Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020 says the market is growing on account of increasing industrialization and growth in various end-use industries such as water and wastewater treatment, chemicals, power, … Read more »

Former Brownfield Transformed to Low-Carbon Footprint Ballpark

Former Brownfield Transformed to Low-Carbon Footprint Ballpark

Builder and real estate manager Ryan Companies has transformed what used to be one of the top 10 most contaminated brownfield sites in the Twin Cities into a public ballpark that features a host of environmentally sustainable features including recycled water and materials. CHS Field in St. Paul, Minnesota, home … Read more »