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AUSTIN (KXAN) — Two Austin wastewater plants lost power Thursday night, releasing partially treated and untreated wastewater into the Colorado River and two area creeks. The city says while the volume of water released into the river is unknown, Austin’s drinking water is not affected. 140 more words
Water recycling depends a lot on the manner in which the impurities are treated with chemicals or biodegradable components. It is important for the manufacturers of such equipment to gather the right ingredients and put these in place for the water to pass through various chambers. 230 more words
The 3rd California Water Summit will take place next week in Sacramento (California, USA) from 1st June to 3rd June.
The water summit agenda will address current challenges, alternative technologies and core issues relating to this field, such as the state of… 111 more words
Floating solar projects are popping up in all corners of the world, from Japan, the UK, Brazil, the U.S. and Australia.
There are a number of benefits to floating solar plants, aka “floatovoltaics.” Compared to mounted panels, floating systems are naturally cooled by the bodies of water they sit on, therefore boosting power production efficiency. 189 more words
The Co-op Refinery Complex is introducing a wastewater recycling process that will see it reduce its reliance on water, its effect on the city’s sewage system, and odours. 337 more words