The Business of Recycling Wastewater
A recent investigative piece in The New York Times explores how some nations are dealing with the increasing need to recycle wastewater into drinkable water. While not always a popular topic, and certainly one that makes some people squeamish, cleaning sewage water to make it drinkable is a critical issue for many parts of the world with limited access to fresh water and growing populations. Countries like Namibia have long been at the forefront of recycling water, dating back to 1968. Today, in Singapore, a water reuse plant has become a destination for classroom science trips.
Read more about recycling wastewater programs in The New York Times.