• 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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