Harn R/O Systems Blog

Is Water Recycling Really New?

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on Feb 14, 2019 9:19:41 AM

Water recycling technology has advanced exponentially in recent years, yet the concept is not one that was born in the new millennium.Water recycling is the process by which wastewater is treated to remove impurities and solids so that reclaimed or recycled water can be used. Reclaimed water can be used for commercial and industrial water needs, the recharging of groundwater aquifers, and sustainable landscaping irrigation. It can also be used as drinking water.

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Topics: water recycling

How Much Water on Earth is Drinkable?

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on Jan 30, 2018 4:31:00 PM

Water is one of the most important commodities that supports life on earth but very few understand how hard it is to get clean, potable freshwater. Water, in all its forms, covers three quarters of the Earth's surface. The water levels on Earth remain relatively the same each year. Every day, water goes through a cycle that sees it flow from land, to the seas and then evaporates into the atmosphere through the processes of evaporation and precipitation.

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Topics: reverse osmosis, membrane treatment, water treatment, clean drinking water, membrane filtration, membrane treatment system, membrane plants, water quality, water recycling, water purification process, save water

Top 5 Uses for Reclaimed Wastewater

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on Jan 16, 2018 1:10:00 PM

Whether commercial or residential, the modern world is currently seeing an increase in water reclamation practices. Reclaimed water, perhaps better described as "recycled water," is wastewater that has been filtered and treated for reuse, thereby limiting the need for fresh water use. This practice has increased in popularity over recent years. GAO reported 36 states as using reclaimed water in 2013, compared to just 23 states in 2003.  

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Topics: reclaimed water, reverse osmosis, clean drinking water, save water, water recycling, water treatment, water treatment plant, reverse osmosis pilot

Is Water Recycling Really New?

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on Nov 23, 2016 10:15:00 AM

Water recycling technology has advanced exponentially in recent years, yet the concept is not one that was born in the new millennium.Water recycling is the process by which wastewater is treated to remove impurities and solids so that reclaimed or recycled water can be used. Reclaimed water can be used for commercial and industrial water needs, the recharging of groundwater aquifers, and sustainable landscaping irrigation. It can also be used as drinking water.

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Topics: water recycling