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Researchers Develop Device to Purify Arsenic-Contaminated Water in a Single Step

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A group of researchers has developed a new device that can purify and remediate arsenic-contaminated water in a single step. Using specialized polymer electrodes, the...

Climate Change Will Impact Urban Water Consumption: Study

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Outdoor water consumption is linked to temperature, according to a recent study led by researchers at Concordia University. This information can provide city planners...

Anti-Sprawl Policies May Be Harming Water Quality: Study

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Urban growth boundaries are created by governments in an effort to concentrate urban development—buildings, roads, and the utilities that support them—within a defined area....

Response to Fire Impacts Water Levels 40 Years into Future: Study

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Water levels are still increased up to 40 years after a wildfire, according to a new paper published in the journal Hydrological Processes. “Trees work...

Top Five Wastewater Stories of 2019

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The following five news stories were the most read in the wastewater category on Water Canada's website. New Test Produces Failing Grade for ‘Flushability’...

How We Transport Water in Our Bodies Inspires New Water Filtration...

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A multidisciplinary group of engineers and scientists has discovered a new method for water filtration that may have implications for a variety of technologies,...

U of T Researchers Develop Sponge that Removes Oil from Water

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University of Toronto (U of T) researchers have developed a new strategy to remove tiny oil droplets from wastewater with more than 90 per...

New Project Examines Impact of Melting Glaciers on Drinking Water

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A new project is examining the impact of melting glaciers on current and future drinking water in Western Canada. The results of the project...

Water Supply at Risk for 1.9 Billion People Worldwide: Study

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New research has found that water towers, which provide water resources to 1.9 billion people globally, are at risk due to the threats related...

Study Examines Methane Emissions Produced by Lakes

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A new study from UK-based Swansea University has provided new insights into how methane emissions are produced in the surface layer of lakes. The continuous...

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