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Water Reuse for Agricultural Processing: A Community Case Study

Posted on August 29, 2012, in Research

Read the complete report: Water Reuse for Agricultural Processing (A Community Case Study) About This Report The Agricultural Utilization Research Institute (AURI) recognizes the value of reclaimed water for the agricultural processing industry.  AURI initiated and provided financial support to study reclaimed water use for industry, and this case study is a continuation of the […]

Reclaimed Water Research

Posted on March 16, 2010, in News

An unexpected partnership could provide a valuable link between farm and city. An evaluation of the potential for using reclaimed municipal waste water in agricultural processing could be a boost for business while preserving valuable water resources. A newly-released report sheds more light on how a new use for waste water can help innovative agriculture. […]

Reclaiming Water

Posted on October 1, 2009, in Ag Innovation News

Nothing can be sustained without water, including industry. Once considered a free and unlimited resource, water is now a limited resource in many parts of the United States, forcing communities and industries to conserve and recycle water. Minnesota, fortunately, has not faced water shortages like California and Florida. But some Minnesota regions do have limited […]

Water not wasted

Posted on January 1, 2009, in Ag Innovation News

St. Paul, Minn. — In the “Land of 10,000 Lakes,” water resources are a growing concern as Minnesota’s industrial, economic development and environmental interests sometimes collide. Using treated municipal wastewater or “reclaimed water” instead of fresh groundwater for nonpotable industrial uses might be a cost-effective solution. Minnesota’s nearly 600 municipal treatment plants can process about […]