Arup, FRANK Water launch digital tools for better water management29 Jun
London-headquartered engineering firm Arup has joined forces with UK water charity FRANK Water to launch digital tools for tackling water scarcity.
Cities need to improve resilience of entire water basins, says report19 Sep
Increasing numbers of cities cross the world stand at risk of running out of water unless they begin bolstering the resilience of their entire water basins, according to a new report by global engineering consultancy Arup.
Cities from five continents selected for global water resilience framework2 Feb
Five cities from five continents have been selected to contribute to the development of global City Water Resilience Framework (CWRF).
Arup to set-up framework for cities to deal with stress to water systems20 Dec
Arup, an independent multinational professional services firm, has partnered with US-based The Rockefeller Foundation to help cities better deal with shocks and stresses on water systems due to climate changes and urbanisation.
Sludge Treatment Facility26 Sep
The Hong Kong Government's Environmental Protection Department (EPD) embarked on a major project to construct the world’s largest sludge treatment plant.
Arup and Atkins to support BMB for west section of £4.2bn Thames super sewer project11 Jan
BMB has appointed Arup and Atkins as consulting engineers for delivering the £416m ‘west’ section development of the Thames Tideway Tunnel.
September’s top stories: San Antonio’s $3.4bn pipeline, KWA to use IBM analytics30 Sep
Officials from San Antonio Water System (SAWS) presented a draft purchase contract to the city community for purchasing the non-Edwards water supply for the US city, UK-based Arup launched a study along with New South Wales Government-owned Sydney Water, visualising future scenarios of urban water management in cities of Australia and worldwide, while
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) start-up Nano Sun in Singapore developed a multifunction water filtration membrane. Water-technology wraps-up the key headlines from September 2014.
Arup and Sydney Waters release study on future urban water management2 Sep
UK-based Arup has launched a study along with New South Wales Government-owned Sydney Water, visualising future scenarios of urban water management in cities of Australia and worldwide.
Harbour Area Treatment Scheme (HATS), Hong Kong8 Apr
Harbour Area Treatment Scheme (HATS), earlier known as the Strategic Sewage Disposal Scheme, is a huge project being implemented by the Drainage Services Department of Hong Kong.
Mogden Sewage Treatment Works Upgrade, Isleworth11 Feb
Mogden Sewage Treatment Works (STW), located in Isleworth in West London, was extended and upgraded with an investment of $140m.