Wastewater Without the Waste
Many people do not know what happens to water after they flush the toilet, but even fewer think of what happens after 'waste' is removed from wastewater?
The article below will surely give you an idea of all the economical and smart ways we can implement wastewater treatment.
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As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention. With many cities today facing drought and dwindling water supplies, the search for new water resources has been booming. Rising electricity costs and an increasing number of government regulations mean that wastewater treatment facilities are looking for new ways to save and survive.
New technologies are taking wastewater biosolids and turning them into heat, energy, and soil, to start. These applications mean environmental and economic benefits for the cities that employ them at their wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs), plus, they are pretty cool - or hot - depending on the application we’re talking about. Here are some of the technologies and companies shaking up the industry....
Source - www.waterworld.com