South Australian Government-owned SA Water is set to initiate the replacement work on...
- SA Water to overhaul New Town water supply
- Kaiser Mead Custodial Work Trust selects Jacobs to install treatment facility in Washington
- IIT Kharagpur to lead Saraswati 2.0 project for treatment of water in India
- Oman to invest $7bn on wastewater treatment
- UNICEF to aid Venezuela in providing safe drinking water to over 2.8 million people
ADB approves loan and grant to boost Solomon Islands water supply
Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a loan of $28m and a grant of $9m for the Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Project in the Solomon Islands.
HDPE Pipe: Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century
Piping made from polyethylene is a cost-effective solution for a broad range of piping problems in municipal, industrial, marine, mining, landfill, duct and agricultural applications. It has been tested and proven effective for above ground, surface, buried, slip-lined, floating, and sub-surface marine applications.
Kaiser Mead Custodial Work Trust selects Jacobs to install treatment facility in Washington
Kaiser Mead Custodial Work Trust has chosen Jacobs to design, build, operate and optimise a Wetland/Electro-Coagulation Treatment Facility at the Kaiser Aluminum (Mead Works) Superfund site in Mead, Washington.
Xylem and Planet Water Foundation extend partnership to provide safe drinking water
US-based water technology company Xylem and non-profit organisation Planet Water Foundation have announced plans to extend their partnership to provide safe drinking water to around half a million people each year.
Casillas Petroleum, EWS partner to form Woody Creek Midstream
Casillas Petroleum Resource Partners and Energy Water Services have partnered to form Woody Creek Midstream, a midstream company to focus on providing water management services to producers in the South Central Oklahoma Oil Province (SCOOP).
IIT Kharagpur to lead Saraswati 2.0 project for treatment of water in India
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, has been selected to lead the Saraswati 2.0 project, which is funded by European Union (EU) and the Indian government's Department of Science and Technology and the Department of Biotechnology for the rejuvenation and treatment of water.
Polyethylene Playing Key Role in Conservation
This paper provides an overview of the condition of the nations water infrastructure and the need to replace piping systems with materials that do not leak.
Newark provides bottled water after filters fail to block lead in water
Newark, the largest city in New Jersey state of the US, has begun providing bottled water to residents, who may have been drinking tap water with high levels of lead.