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- Evoqua Water launches WaterOne service platform in US
- UK-based Open Energy Market forays into water market
- United Utilities signs agreement with Emgain to use AI in water service network
- Skywater Alliance’s device producing water from air wins Water Abundance XPrize competition
- GreenBlu begins SETO award to market new desalination technology
Swedish researchers develop new method to clean water contaminated with mercury
Researchers of a Swedish university have developed an approach to clean water contaminated with toxic mercury, which causes damage to environment and health.
Evoqua Water launches WaterOne service platform in US
US-based Evoqua Water Technologies has launched its Water One service platform to help customers manage operation and maintenance of their water treatment systems so that they can focus on their core business.
UK-based Open Energy Market forays into water market
Open Energy Market, a UK based firm with an online trading platform to streamline the complicated procurement process and aid medium-large enterprises in managing energy contracts, has forayed into water market.
United Utilities signs agreement with Emgain to use AI in water service network
UK-based water services provider United Utilities has signed a framework agreement with Canada-based technology firm Emagin to use large scale artificial intelligence (AI) into its complete water network in the North West of England.
Skywater Alliance’s device producing water from air wins Water Abundance XPrize competition
California-based Skysource/Skywater Alliance has secured $1.5m prize at the Water Abundance XPrize competition for developing a system that produces water from air.
GreenBlu begins SETO award to market new desalination technology
US-based water technology company GreenBlu has initiated an award from the US Department of Energy’s Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) to commercialise its new thermal distillation technology.
WRF solicits more proposals for research related to water reuse
The Water Research Foundation (WRF) is seeking two more research projects from qualified applicants for integrated water management strategies in water reuse.
Malvern Panalytical Awarded US and Australian Patents for State-Of-The-Art Geological Materials Analysis Solution
The invention allows for more rapid and accurate characterization of ore materials compared to other systems of measurement.
Water companies can use existing systems for efficiencies, report
Water companies can gain quick and simple improvements in network efficiency and reduction in non-revenue water using the existing systems, according to a report published by water flow control solutions provider TALIS.