Texas Teen's Innovative Water Reuse Invention Receives Recognition
Mehaa Amirthalingham of Sugar Land, a suburb of Houston, has been named one of the 10 finalists in the Girls Save the World Challenge (a Massachusetts Institute of Technology Program) for her graywater toilet flushing system. Read more.
Water Scarcity part of Climate Change, Highlighting Need for Reuse in Texas
Extreme weather events, rising temperatures, water scarcity, and more ways climate change is already affecting Texas are discussed in this list which reinforces the need for stable, reliable water sources through reuse. Read more.
Save the Date! WateReuse Events and Deadlines to Note!
September 14-16, 2022: WateReuse Texas will moderate a panel, Meeting Future Growth in Texas with Desal and Reuse, at the Texas Desalination Conference in Austin, Texas. Learn more and register.
March 5-8, 2023: The 38th Annual WateReuse Symposium, in Atlanta, Georgia, is the premier conference on water recycling — attracting more than 800 water professionals globally for knowledge-sharing, networking, and intriguing discussions! The event is planned in collaboration with The Water Research Foundation and will include engaging sessions on the latest reuse-related research projects. Learn more and register.