Iran Faces A Huge Water Crisis, 37 Million At Risk Of Dehydration

Iran Faces A Huge Water Crisis, 37 Million At Risk Of Dehydration ANDREW FOLLETT – The Daily Caller Energy and Environmental Reporter 2:26 PM 04/03/2016 Women walk near the arches of Sio-se Pol (Thirty-three Arch Bridge) over Zayand-e Rud river in Isfahan ahead of the March 14 parliament elections in this picture taken March 11,…

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Loading… U.S. Storm Water, Long a Nuisance, May Be a Parched California’s Salvation

Storm Water, Long a Nuisance, May Be a Parched California’s Salvation LONG BEACH, Calif. — The winter rains finally arrived in Southern California, bringing drenching relief in recent days to a part of the nation suffering one of the worst droughts in history. But the El Niño storms brought something else as well: a reminder…

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Take That, Drought! Hollywood Installing Personal Water Tanks to Catch El Nino Rain

Take That, Drought! Hollywood Installing Personal Water Tanks to Catch El Nino Rain by Degen Pener 1/15/2016 11:00am PST The Hollywood Reporter Meanwhile, Ed Begley Jr. has a 10,000-gallon cistern at his home that allows his garden to “make it through that whole dry period” from spring to fall. Experts say one El Nino, no…

Graywater Reuse for Irrigation Deemed Safe

Graywater Reuse for Irrigation Deemed Safe December 16, 2015 Desert & Water Research, Press Releases Researchers at the Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research at BGU have determined that treated graywater is safe for irrigation and does not pose a risk for gastrointestinal illness or water-related diseases. The study, published in the online journal Science of the…

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Craft Beer Made From Greywater Gives Hope to Drought Drinkers

Craft Beer Made From Greywater Gives Hope to Drought Drinkers Recycled water consumption is an inevitability, but will the public embrace a toilet water lager? Yasmin Tayag November 17, 2015 The California drought has turned farms fallow while making the Golden State fertile ground for creative contingency plans. Lenny Mendonca, founder ofMavericks Brewing, has one:…

Going Grey: Greywater Systems Catch on During Drought

Going Grey: Greywater Systems Catch on During Drought Posted: 03/23/2015 1:00 pm EDT Updated: 05/23/2015 5:59 am Share65 From:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/brian-milne/going-grey-greywater-syst_b_6918958.html  Brian Milne Winter storms brought rain to parts of California, but the storms brought little drought relief to the parched Golden State as a whole. According to a recent L.A. Times editorial by NASA Jet…

Sustainability’s Gold Mine: Grey-Water Recycling

Sustainability’s Gold Mine: Grey-Water Recycling by 3p Contributor on Wednesday, Oct 28th, 2015 This water reclamation installation in Santa Monica, California, proves grey-water recycling can be big business. By Jay Berstein With sustainability becoming today’s mantra, it is a contradiction that society has yet to embrace all the technologies that allow us to, you know,…