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IX WATER IS CROWDFUNDING ON START ENGINE 

OUR GOAL is to help industry all over the world create a closed water loop, leaving clearwater resources for people, animals, and to grow food.

For oil & gas produced water, coal & coking plants, and chemical, textile, & pharmaceutical manufacturing

The global water and wastewater treatment market is expected to reach $211.3 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 6.5% during the forecast period of 2019 to 2025.

The growth of this market is majorly driven by rapid population growth and urbanization, growing demand for new water resources, rising focus on water quality and public health, increasing prevalence of water-borne diseases, growing need to treat industrial wastewater sector, and stringent government regulations on treating wastewater.

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Icky Landfill Leachate

Landfill leachate results when water from precipitation and rotting waste percolate. They may become toxic when high concentrations of organic and inorganic pollutants mix with the liquids. As little as 36 inches of precipitation can result in one million gallons of...

Revising the Definition of WOTUS

On November 18, 2021, the EPA Administrator, Michael S. Regan and the Acting Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works), Jaime A. Pinkham, signed a proposed rule to revise the definition of “Water of the United States” (WOTUS) – which phrase governs the geographic...

Metal and Heavy Metal, What is the Difference?

Metals are lustrous minerals that conduct heat and electricity to some degree. Other minerals are classified as non-metals or metalloids. Both classes are non-conductive or less conductive than true metals. Metals have been crucially important to the development of...

How do we measure what qualifies as a drought, or how severe that drought might be?

How do we measure what qualifies as a drought, or how severe that drought might be? There are several different ways, but most are incomplete. One measure is how many days have passed without precipitation — but that omits important information, like how many days...

Puerto Rico and Water

Water infrastructure on the island of Puerto Rico desperately needs funding in order to be capable of supplying clean water to all residents. The 2019 American Society of Civil Engineers Report Card found that the island needs to increase infrastructure by $1 billion...

Water and Energy

How does energy relate to water use? Water and Energy are often managed separately, despite the important links between the two. Water is used in the production of nearly every major energy source. Likewise, energy is used in multiple ways and multiple steps in water...

Environmental Protection Agency: a Brief History

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency was created by Richard Nixon in 1970, charged with the mission of making public health policy to protect human life and the environment. Over the past 50 years, the EPA has used the best available scientific research to create...

What is a Watershed?

What is a watershed and why are they important to us? A watershed is defined by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as “the land area that drains to one stream, lake or river – affects the water quality in the water body that it surrounds”.  Actually every inch...

Don’t drink like the Romans did, you may end up mad as a hatter!

Don’t drink like the Romans did, you may end up mad as a hatter! A paper in the New England Journal of Medicine revealed that the prevalence of lead in its citizens contributed to the fall of the Roman empire. According to the CDC, the short-term effects of lead...

Why are Aquifers so Important?

Aquifers are an important part of a resilient water system. These underground reservoirs bring water to deserts and food to a hungry and growing world. But are we using aquifers in a responsible and sustainable manner?

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