From schoolchildren in Africa to waste treatment plants around the world, the importance of water storage has a far-reaching effect. Dr Gareth Evans looks at how tanks today are better...
30 July 2009
22 June 2009
There is little doubt the water industry will have to succumb to the carbon crunch, but as Dr Gareth Evans discovers, the benefits could outweigh the cost with the right...
17 May 2009
As international troops pull out of Iraq, rebuilding the country's water infrastructure is a top priority. Natalie Coomber and representatives from K-water explore how projects are breaking ground and promising...
12 May 2009
A new technology using fluorescence could reignite waning interest in wastewater recycling. Dr Gareth Evans lights up the new argument for recycled water systems that could change attitudes all around...
16 April 2009
Fires in Australia, hurricanes in New Orleans and earthquakes in the California sun have shocked the globe. Dr Gareth Evans looks at how modern-day water infrastructure is equipped to stand...
15 March 2009
The UK's water industry will soon have to face phase one of the Carbon Reduction Commitment. But will it be ready in less than a year to commit to carbon...
24 February 2009
A number of hydropower construction projects are underway in East Africa as international cooperation increases to ensure reliable water supply. Neil Ford reports on the latest happenings.
9 October 2008
After a 2007 of flooding, death and damage, Gareth Evans looks at the latest recommendations to beating the summer washouts.
16 September 2008
Dan McCarthy is president and chief executive of Black & Veatch’s global water business. He has a vision to transform the structure of UK water provision in the face of...
25 August 2008
Dr Gareth Evans looks at how Australia is calling on the seas to ease the threat of drought in the sunburned country.