OceanWell has developed a subsea desalination technology to address water scarcity and limit the environmental impact of industrial desalination.
UNEP has released analysis which says that, despite the growing health and environmental threat caused by untreated wastewater, it could prove an invaluable resource in a circular economy loop.
This week's roundup features a number of disruptive technologies that are driving a fundamental change in the ways in which our society operates. Waste is becoming a thing of the past, and outer space has opened its gates as the world's latest playground.
US-based electrolyser manufacturer Ohmium and Dutch water distilling specialist Aquastill have announced a strategic collaboration to produce green hydrogen from seawater using desalination powered by waste heat.
The dangers and scale of the 'forever chemicals' problem are increasingly apparent, but new technologies provide solutions by allowing companies to recycle wastewater into clean water that can be safely reused for drinking, irrigation, and industry, writes John Brockgreitens, vice president of research and development at Claros Technologies.
Founded in 2021, Salinity Solutions has developed a patented system that promises to purify global water supplies while consuming half of the energy used in conventional methods.
The UN 2023 Water Conference is expected to see the adoption of the Water Action Agenda, representing voluntary commitments of nations and stakeholders to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and their targets related to water.
Oxyle has developed wastewater treatment solutions for the complete elimination of micropollutants for industrial customers.