Making a net zero carbon economy
Feb22

Making a net zero carbon economy

[clickandtweet handle=”” hashtag=”” related=”” layout=”” position=””]Food waste is one of the least recovered materials[/clickandtweet] and is one of the most important materials to divert from landfills. Food that is disposed of in landfills decomposes to create methane, a gas that is 25 times more potent than carbon dioxide. Diverting even a portion of this waste to...

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Wastewater becomes resourcewater
Feb15

Wastewater becomes resourcewater

[clickandtweet handle=”” hashtag=”” related=”” layout=”” position=””]A paradigm shift is required to stop viewing wastewater as a problem[/clickandtweet] and instead see it as a resource that provides water, for both humans and nature, as well as energy and fertilizer. [clickandtweet handle=”” hashtag=”” related=”” layout=””...

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Strategies for greening the skyline
Feb08

Strategies for greening the skyline

On January 24th 2017, San Diego’s City Council unanimously approved its Urban Forestry Program Five Year Plan to help the city meet its commitment to climate change mitigation and resilience, carbon sequestration, stormwater runoff reduction and water conservation as set out in the city’s Climate Action Plan. The Climate Resiliency Strategy 5 of the city’s Climate Action Plan establishes the goal of [clickandtweet...

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The circular economy in the water world
Feb05

The circular economy in the water world

With the rise of the circular economy, where products and waste materials are reused, repaired, refurbished and recycled, [clickandtweet handle=”” hashtag=”” related=”” layout=”” position=””]water utilities need to understand the flow of resources – water and non-water – in and out of cities[/clickandtweet]. One water utility leading the way in implementing the circular...

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