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Siim Saat
Siim Saat, CEO of Satu Laboratory.
Dec 3 2018
In Estonia, a new product has become the go-to as an alternative to wet wipes. Satu Laboratory sells “gel wipes” as a better and greener way to wipe…
2018 WWEMA/WWD Scholarship winner Elena Smith is currently a freshman studying chemical engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
2018 WWEMA/WWD Scholarship winner Elena Smith is currently a freshman studying chemical engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Nov 8 2018
Every year, Water & Wastes Digest supports future water and wastewater professionals by awarding $1,000 to a student seeking a career in the…
Emily Dyson, director of Science, Research and Development at BioHiTech, discusses recent study done about BioHiTech’s aerobic digester
Emily Dyson, director of Science, Research and Development at BioHiTech, discusses recent study done about BioHiTech’s aerobic digester.
Nov 2 2018
The University of Delaware recently completed a Life Cycle Assessment of BioHiTech's aerobic digesters for food waste management. The study…
Scholarship winner Erika Addison graduated with a Bachelor of Science in civil and environmental engineering in May 2018
Scholarship winner Erika Addison graduated with a Bachelor of Science in civil and environmental engineering in May 2018.
Oct 12 2018
In November 2017, in conjunction with the Water & Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Assn., Water & Wastes Digest awarded a $1,000…
Nov 16 2017
As America’s infrastructure continues to degrade, the need to monitor its condition has grown. Utilities that are aware of their system’s condition…
Aug 9 2017
Many people take their water service for granted. In the U.S. in the 21st century, water is expected to be available whenever and wherever people…
Jul 7 2017
In the water treatment industry, change is a certainty; exactly how the industry will change, and how quickly, is not always so clear. Marc Roehl,…
May 8 2017
In a time of uncertainty regarding infrastructure policy and funding, regional and national trends can be found in water projects throughout the…
Mar 30 2017
The issue of water scarcity has caused many to explore the possibilities of water reuse. However, a globally agreed-upon set of health standards for…
Mar 6 2017
As the water treatment industry has evolved, facilities have gone from primarily using chemicals to using aeration technologies on a more consistent…
Feb 6 2017
A recent report prepared by the Geoplan Center at the University of Florida—“Water 2070: Mapping Florida’s Future – Alternative Patterns of Water Use…
Jan 9 2017
A first-of-its-kind biofuel research facility in Masdar City, Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates is currently operating as a way to tackle food…
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filter diagram
Nov 3 2016
At age 14, most students are more concerned with the terrifying specter of puberty than with improving drinking water quality worldwide. Not so of…
Jul 7 2015
Projections show that China anticipates a shortage of water over the next 15 years, and many other countries—including the U.S., as the news has been…
May 4 2015
These days, more than ever before, water efficiency is important in California. While the state is on the edge of its seat waiting to see how much of…
Feb 9 2015
Water and energy are deeply connected, and in order to manage one properly, one must properly manage the other. Water and wastewater utilities need a…
Jan 17 2012
In response to widespread concern over the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is planning on…
Nov 9 2011
As executive director of the National Association of Water Companies (NAWC), Michael Deane navigates the organization toward new solutions to water-…
Oct 12 2011
As water scarcity becomes a farther-reaching issue, more public and private entities are turning to membranes as a water reclamation and reuse…
Oct 12 2011
As associate legislative director of the National Association of Counties (NACo), Erik Johnston works with the nation’s rural counties on legislative…
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