Category Archives: Water

What You Need to Know About the Vital Processes of Wastewater Treatment

What You Need to Know About the Vital Processes of Wastewater Treatment

Wastewater is defined as water that has been contaminated by any number of commercial or domestic processes. Wastewater includes, but is not limited to, sewage and byproducts of manufacturing and mining. Humans produce wastewater through necessary, routine activities – dishwashing, showering, laundry, flushing the toilet, etc. Industrial wastewater is most often produced by manufacturing processes… Read More…

What You Need to Know About Water Recycling

What You Need to Know About Water Recycling

Between 60 and 65 percent of the water that goes down a home’s drain has the potential to be reused. – University of Arizona’s Water Resources Research Center The context of recycling applies to water, just as it does to paper, aluminum, glass, and other recyclable materials. Water recycling is simply the process of converting and reusing treated… Read More…

This is the History and Impact of Waste-to- Energy Mechanisms

This is the History and Impact of Waste-to- Energy Mechanisms

By 2100…the growing global urban population will be producing three times as much waste as it does today. That level of waste carries serious consequences – physical and fiscal – for cities around the world. – Nature: International Weekly Journal of Science Producing electricity is only one reason to burn Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). Burning waste also reduces… Read More…