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June's top stories: STW Resources to use desalination, Acciona's EU energy saving
07 July, 2014
STW Resources will deploy Salttech's water desalination processing technology, while Acciona energy saving programme selected for EU wastewater treatment plants. Water- technology wraps-up the...
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May's top stories: England Water Bill becomes law 03 June, 2014 English businesses will be able to choose their water supplier from April 2017, bringing competition to the £2bn market. Water Technology wraps up the key headlines from...

April's top stories: Upgraded NZ water treatment plant opens, ADF loan to Senegal 08 May, 2014 The $2.1m Eltham water treatment plant opens in New Zealand and the African Development Fund (ADF) approves a XOF18.74bn ($39.3m) loan and grant to finance Senegal's Water and Sanitation...

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March's top stories: Severn Trent picks OVA7000, Thames Water seeks investors 03 April, 2014 Severn Trent Water selected the OVA7000 water treatment monitoring tool developed by Modern Water, and Thames Water commenced a search for international investors to fund the construction of a...

February’s top stories: Libelium's wireless platform, Abengoa to sell project shares 04 March, 2014 Libelium launches wireless sensor platform to monitor water quality and Abengoa will sell its shares in Qingdao BCTA Desalination in Qingdao, China. Water-technology.com wraps-up the key...

January’s top stories: Siemens to supply wastewater treatment system 07 February, 2014 Siemens Energy will supply a wastewater treatment system to Sinopec Jiujiang Petrochemical Company’s refinery located in the Jiangxi province of China, and Veolia will build a seawater...

2013: The year's biggest Water Technology stories 06 January, 2014 Yokogawa Middle East and Africa won a contract from Petroleum, Chemicals and Mining Company is to supply a control system for the SWRO-4 desalination plant in Saudi Arabia, while Siemens...

November's top stories: ADB funds Chinese project, Utico to build desalination plant 02 December, 2013 The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has provided a $240m private sector loan package to Beijing Enterprises Water Group (BEWG) for a wastewater reuse project and Utico Middle East is planning...

October's top stories: Acciona treatment contract, Russian refinery selects GE 01 November, 2013 Acciona has secured a contract for expansion of the Monte da Rocha water treatment plant in Portugal, while Bashneft selected GE's ZeeWeed membrane bioreactor (MBR) for treatment of refinery...

The world's oldest dams still in use 21 October, 2013 The concept of building dams is as old as early human civilisation. While most of the modern dams are built for hydro-power generation, ancient dams were built to prevent flooding and provide...

September's top stories: DC Water selects Emerson, Scottish Water to build tunnel 01 October, 2013 DC Water has chosen Emerson Process Management's control system to automate equipment and processes at the Blue Plains advanced wastewater treatment plant, while Scottish Water will build a...

Top 10 biggest dams 30 September, 2013 Russia and Canada have three dams each of the world’s 10 biggest dams, while Africa hosts two, and Egypt and Venezuela have one each. Water-technology.com profiles the 10 biggest dams in the...

August's top stories: Siemens' oxidation technology, Jordan's Red Sea project 02 September, 2013 by Anirban Guha US institutes develop low-cost treatment, Virginia invests in water quality and Voith installs generator-turbines. Water-technology.com wraps up key headlines from August...

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