From biological treatments to combining new technologies, the water industry is always trying to evolve. Dr Gareth Evans looks at how the sector is adapting to meet demand and what...
29 June 2010
26 May 2010
A plentiful supply of clean water is seen by many as a basic right. But even in the developed world, water contains a threat that makes monitoring increasingly important. By...
28 April 2010
Haiti has a long challenge ahead when it comes to getting its water infrastructure in repair. Dr Gareth Evans looks at how the nation’s ongoing water programme has developed following...
4 March 2010
From nanotechnology coatings to special offshore innovations, technology is playing a bigger part in pipe production. Gareth Evans looks at where pipes are leading to in 2010.
8 February 2010
The water industry is under pressure, not least the onerous task of reducing its carbon emissions. This will be a big challenge, and huge changes are needed if substantial and...
20 January 2010
From microbes to molluscs, researchers are becoming more creative with ways to monitor water. They could be just in time, as Gareth Evans reports.
14 December 2009
Politicians such as Barack Obama will discuss climate change this week. But are we really debating resource distribution? By Gareth Evans.
7 December 2009
Feeding the world is expensive, but the bottom-line cost is water. Gareth Evans looks at how water management is making irrigation efficient.
23 September 2009
Burgeoning populations and a growing scarcity of water are making water technologies increasingly popular investments. Dr Gareth Evans analyses the opportunities.
11 August 2009
Sophisticated water filtration systems are set to become an increasingly important tool. Muriel Axford reports on how the chemical industry is seeking solutions to reduce and improve water usage.