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Water Reuse

Watereuse Association
Watereuse Research Foundation
Water Environment Federation
A Thirsty Planet
Desalination and Water Reuse
National water Research Institute
American Water Works Association

The Earth’s Water

Water is the most critical resource for civilization and life itself. Throughout the world, water supplies are being threatened for a variety of reasons, including:

  • Population growth
  • Increased living standards
  • Aging water infrastructure
  • Pollution
  • Drought
  • Climate Change




The following links provide information on the domestic and international water resources:

World Water Council
Water Partners International
World Water Day
Pacific Institute
California Water Crisis
World Water Assessment Programme
Water Environment Federation
Water for People

Water Treatment Basics

Water can be treated for a variety of uses. How water is treated depends on the type of water being treated and its intended use. The following links provide a very general overview of water treatment and desalination:

Wikipedia: Water Treatment

Wikipedia: Reverse Osmosis

Wikipedia: Desalination


United Nations Global Environment Monitoring System
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
International Desalination Association
Urban Water Institute
European Desalination Society
National Resources Defense Council
American Water Works Association
Water Education Foundation
Water Technology Research Center (WaTeR)
Affordable Desalination Collaboration
American Membrane Technology Association
The Nature Conservancy
WaterTech Online

And a special thanks to Cindy and her Brownie Scouts for this contribution:

How Rain and Snow are Formed: The Water Cycle