Study builds on previous work using ‘chemical looping’
Engineers have developed concrete that can withstand the corrosive acidic environment found in sewage pipes, while greatly reducing residual lime that leaches out
Rutgers study could lead to better disinfection methods and understanding of coronavirus and other risks
A by-product of steel making can be used to both treat wastewater and make stronger concrete
Results show that Brazil, India, and Vietnam have the greatest diversity in resistance genes, while Australia and New Zealand have the lowest
JBEI enzyme discovery enables first-time microbial production of an aromatic biofuel
What’s something found in all wastewater that will allow us to account for all of it?
Masdar Institute’s novel three-in-one treatment method removes over 90 percent of zinc and 60 percent of copper from biosolids, creating a high-value fertilizer for UAE’s soils and agriculture industry
“The seagrass appear to combat bacteria, and this is the first research to assess whether that coastal ecosystem can alleviate disease associated with marine organisms,” said lead author
"We've really accelerated hydrothermal conversion technology over the last six years to create a continuous, and scalable process which allows the use of wet wastes like sewage sludge"