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UK Water Industry Research to crowd-source water related ideas through Crowdicity

The UK Water Industry Research (UKWIR) is set to crowd-source the country's key water-related issues using the online idea management platform,...

UK Water Industry Research to crowd-source water related ideas through Crowdicity

US researchers develop energy-efficient wastewater treatment technology

Engineers at the University of Colorado Boulder have invented technology that can eliminate salts and organic contaminants from wastewater obtained from oil and gas operations, and produce...

US researchers develop energy-efficient wastewater treatment technology

EU and UNICEF complete first phase of of desalination plant in Gaza, Palestine

The European Union has completed construction of the first component of the €10m desalination plant in Gaza, Palestine, in co-ordination with...

EU and UNICEF complete first phase of of desalination plant in Gaza, Palestine

Alberta Land Institute launches wetlands restoration project in Canada

Alberta Land Institute has launched the ’Alberta's Living Laboratory - Wetlands Project’ to restore water to drained wetlands in the Canadian...

Alberta Land Institute launches wetlands restoration project in Canada

Drought-hit California considers hike in fines for water thefts

California is considering a hike in fines for water theft as the US state enters the fourth consecutive year of...

Drought-hit California considers hike in fines for water thefts

US researcher develops energy efficient waste-water treatment technology

Researcher at Missouri University of Science and Technology in the US have developed an energy-saving technology to treat wastewater into freshwater, which is claimed to be more efficient than...

US researcher develops energy efficient waste-water treatment technology

Aquatic Informatics launches modified version of water resource management software

Canadian clean tech firm Aquatic Informatics has launched AQUARIUS Time-Series 3.8 which is a new software platform facilitating water resource...

Aquatic Informatics launches modified version of water resource management software

Siemens to expand M-Station power and desalination plant in Dubai

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority has awarded a AED 1.47bn ($400m) contract to Siemens for expansion of M-Station power production and desalination...

Siemens to expand M-Station power and desalination plant in Dubai

Ohio EPA grants wastewater discharge permit to Rolling Hills generating station in US

Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) wastewater permit to the Rolling Hills Generating Station which has planned...

Ohio EPA grants wastewater discharge permit to Rolling Hills generating station in US

United Water to use smart water technology solutions from Sensus in the US

US based water utility United Water (UW) has selected water technology solutions from Sensus to improve leak detection, non-revenue water and customer service in New York and New...

United Water to use smart water technology solutions from Sensus in the US

Siemens and Mapal Green Energy team up to deliver wastewater treatment technology in UK

Siemens has formed a partnership with Israel based Mapal Green Energy for supply of the latter’s floating fine bubble aeration system (FFBA) for wastewater treatment in the...

Siemens and Mapal Green Energy team up to deliver wastewater treatment technology in UK

GE to supply membrane technology to Sulaibiya wastewater plant in Kuwait

GE Power & Water, a unit of US conglomerate General Electric, has signed an agreement to install an advanced membrane technology at Sulaibiya Wastewater Treatment and Reclamation Plant in Kuwait....

GE to supply membrane technology to Sulaibiya wastewater plant in Kuwait

Pure Technologies buys Wachs Water Services in US

Pure Holding, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Canada based Pure Technologies has acquired Wachs Valve and Hydrant Services for...

Pure Technologies buys Wachs Water Services in US

Water Research Foundation suggests ways to remove cyanobacteria and toxic algae from water

US based Water Research Foundation (WRF) has released the findings of a study on how to remove cyanobacteria and other toxic algae from potable...

Water Research Foundation suggests ways to remove cyanobacteria and toxic algae from water

Cal Water signs deal to supply water to Apple campus in California, US

California Water Service Company (Cal Water) has signed an investment agreement with city of Sunnyvale, Santa Clara Valley Water District (SCVWD) in California and Apple for a $17.5m...

Cal Water signs deal to supply water to Apple campus in California, US

Anglian Water selects i2O Water’s technology solution for leakage reduction

UK based water firm Anglian Water has selected smart water networks company i2O Water to provide its technology solution to meet additional water demands in the future besides improving its...

Anglian Water selects i2O Water’s technology solution for leakage reduction

Researchers develop nanocomposite membranes for desalination and water sweetening in Iran

Researchers at Arak University in Iran have produced samples of nanocomposite membranes which, besides having desalination properties, can also help in sweetening of...

Researchers develop nanocomposite membranes for desalination and water sweetening in Iran

HR Wallingford partners with Siemens for water infrastructure monitoring solutions

Siemens UK and Ireland has formed a strategic technology partnership with UK based engineering consultant HR Wallingford to strengthen infrastructure monitoring solutions for the water...

HR Wallingford partners with Siemens for water infrastructure monitoring solutions

US EPA launches new tool to combat climate impact on water infrastructure

US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has launched a climate adjustment tool for its Stormwater Management Model (SWMM), which is expected to assist engineers and planners with the evaluation...

US EPA launches new tool to combat climate impact on water infrastructure

Gruppo Zilio to construct water purification facility in Serbia

Italian water treatment specialist Gruppo Zilio has won a deal from the Municipality of Zrenjanin in Serbia to construct, operate and maintain a water purification plant in the...

Gruppo Zilio to construct water purification facility in Serbia

Greenhouse emissions could increase risks of megadroughts in parts of US, says NASA

Rising greenhouse gas emission could increase the risk of severe droughts in US Southwest and Central Plains, a Nasa study found....

Greenhouse emissions could increase risks of megadroughts in parts of US, says NASA