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Creating sustainability through water reuse

By 2025, an estimated two-thirds of the global population will not have access to clean water. Treated wastewater has the potential to close the gap on water scarcity.

Creating sustainability through water reuse

By 2025, an estimated two-thirds of the global population will not have access to clean water. Treated wastewater has the potential to close the gap on water scarcity.

Water reuse is no longer a choice. It's a necessity.

Water availability and quality is a limiting factor for industrial and community growth, and the need to do more with less is intensifying. Industries and cities alike demand technology to meet their daily challenges, which include improving productivity, reliability and efficiency, while reducing total cost. These challenges and more underscore the need for technological innovation to transform the way we treat, distribute and reuse water.

  • Turn wastewater treatment into resource recovery potential and claim valuable byproducts in the form of water reuse, nutrient removal and energy generation
  • Meet global water and energy demands with a more sustainable water supply
  • Treat wastewater to a quality suitable for non-potable applications, including agricultural needs, groundwater recharge, industrial process

Water Reuse in Action

The freshwater we need to live is becoming scarcer every day. Global population growth and increased energy demand will require 40% more water by 2030.