wastewater


Flooded by Hurricane Harvey: New Map Shows Energy, Industrial, and Superfund Sites

, climate scientist

New analysis shows that more than 650 energy and industrial facilities may have been exposed to Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters. Read more >

Bookmark and Share

Proof that California’s Water Sector Can Be a Climate Leader: Sonoma County Celebrates “Carbon-Free” Water

, climate scientist

Today, I am at the Sonoma County Water Agency celebrating the achievement of their goal to provide “carbon-free water.” That means that no fossil fuels are burned in order to provide water services (including capturing, cleaning, and delivering drinking water to taps along with treating wastewater). This achievement is a powerful proof of concept, showing how the water sector can be a part of the state’s ambitious climate efforts. Read more >

Bookmark and Share

Where Is the Wastewater Going? How Better Data Can Make Us More Resilient

Omar Malik, Indicators Research Coordinator
, , UCS

According to the United Nations, up to 90 percent of the developing world’s wastewater does not get treated before it goes back into the environment. That’s a staggering statistic, especially considering the implications of untreated wastewater and the huge importance of good water management today. Read more >

Bookmark and Share