• Xylem’s new 2030 sustainability commitments

    How we are accelerating our work to help solve the world’s water challenges.

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  • Steps to reducing nitrous oxide emissions

    What utilities can do to reduce N2O emissions in wastewater treatment.

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  • New industry models for water pipeline data

    The data models will help organize and communicate utility pipeline assessment data.

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  • Xylem launches pair of unique reuse beers

    Crafted from high-quality treated wastewater, the beers show the potential of recycled water.

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  • How PFAS regulations will impact the water sector

    Three Xylem experts discuss the new regulations and innovative technologies available.

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  • Xylem receives 42 prestigious RoSPA Awards

    How our health and safety initiatives drive a culture of care and well-being.

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  • Protecting biodiversity in our communities

    Xylem’s Melanie Wade volunteers with colleagues to protect biodiversity in the Cotswolds.

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Hydrologist Taikan Oki wins the 2024 Stockholm Water Prize

Based on his world-renowned research on the virtual water trade, digital river mapping, and inclusion of human activity in the water cycle, Taikan Oki has been...

Student’s passion for the environment leads to a smarter way to clean up oil spills

High-school senior Naomi Park knows that climate change is a problem affecting the entire world right now. So, for this year’s Stockholm Junior Water Prize...

Naomi Park from the US wins Stockholm Junior Water Prize 2023

Naomi Park from the US has received the prestigious Stockholm Junior Water Prize 2023 for her research on the removal of carbon dioxide and oil products from...

Vote for your favorite project in the Stockholm Junior Water Prize competition!

Student innovators take on water threats from flash floods to pharmaceutical pollution to water access. Global water challenges are intensifying, but a new...

Podcast episode: Getting young people involved in water  issues

How can we get more young people engaged in water issues? That’s one of the topics in a recent episode of Xylem’s Solving Water podcast. The episode features...

Plankton wars: A student’s journey to solve harmful algae blooms

What if we could use tiny animals to eat harmful algae? If so, which genotype would be best suited for the job? That was the subject of Annabelle M. Rayson’s...