In preparation for climate adaptation in water-stressed areas, researchers will assess how well existing treatment systems prepare water for reuse.
Wastewater to drinking water: EPA grants $1.2M to U-M for virus removal study
Wastewater treatment at one-third the size and cost
Systems featuring a ‘membrane-aerated biofilm reactor’ can also remove more nitrogen from treatment plant discharges.
Sensor technology aims to help US cities extend the life of aging pipelines
Transformative pilot project in Detroit could help cities across U.S. deal with overdue pipeline upgrades.
Removing and reusing phosphorus from agricultural runoff
Glen Daigger and his research team are developing a biological system that can capture the phosphorus in the water without use of chemicals.
Water stays in the pipes longer in shrinking cities – a challenge for public health
The geographic locations where Americans live are shifting in ways that can negatively affect the quality of their drinking water.
New study finds inaccuracies in arsenic test kits in Bangladesh
About 25 million Bangladeshis face risks of developing skin lesions and cancers due to unsafe levels of arsenic in drinking water.
Fresh funding ideas to fix Michigan’s failing infrastructure
Fintech and digital financing could move infrastructure financing into the 21st century.
Distinguished lecturer embarks on water quality talk tour
Nancy Love, professor of civil & environmental engineering, embarks on a year-long water quality talk tour as a distinguished lecturer for the Association of Environmental Engineering & Science Professors Foundation.