With the decreasing availability of freshwater, increasing cost of potable water, and drought conditions that exist in many parts of the country and world, the emphasison water recycling and reuse has significantly increased.

One of the main reasons for water reuse programs is to identify new water sources for the increased water demand and to find economical ways to meet increasingly more stringent discharge standards. Water reuse is a drought-proof, renewable supply of water. With freshwater being a scarce resource, it’s inevitable that
this process will become vital.

According to the Global Petroleum Research Institute (GPRI) at Texas A&M University, the processes used to recover natural gas are very dependent on water resources. Not only do we need water to survive, many of our other non-renewable resources are dependent on our supply of water.

WordPress According to the JStor Journal, a not-for-profit organization, most of the U. S. population today uses raw water supplies containing water which has been used
previously for industrial or municipal purposes. Recycling water is a more recent concept.
Water recycling and reuse is a much more feasible option and costs are for the
treatments are related to the degree of treatment Through federal grants research on system
renovation techniques are underway.

Many companies are establishing water reuse programs to reduce costs and to
lower their overall water footprint as part of sustainability policies. Industries are
implementing programs to become substantially greener. Often, these programs are
based on an effective water strategy.

CWS can assist industries in these admirable goals. Reducing their water
footprint can propel a company a long way toward sustainability. Facility water balances,
evaluating processes to reduce water use, looking at water sources within the facility for
other purposes, and additional water treatment for improved water quality for specific
water needs are all ways that CWS can help your company make a difference.