Singapore’s national water agency PUB has broken ground for the enhanced conveyance system...
- Singapore’s PUB starts construction on DTSS Phase 2 conveyor system
- Utah city chooses CH2M to design water treatment facility
- DEWA awards water pipeline contract in Dubai, UAE
- DC Water selects Aclara for advanced metering infrastructure network in Columbia, US
- March’s top stories: Irish Water invests €300m, Hyflux wins Ain Sokhna project
Xplore Rugged Tablets: The Key to Smarter Mobility
Finding an easily integrated workforce solution that works seamlessly across multiple departments within a utility is a task that can either be a game-changing step or one of your organisation's greatest challenges.
Sulzer Agitators for Efficient Wastewater Treatment in a Pulp Mill
Asia Symbol (Shandong) Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd is located in the Chinese city of Rizhao, which served as the host for some of the Olympic events in 2008. In 2010, the world's largest single pulp line with a capacity of 5,000t/d started in Rizhao.
A O Smith to supply water treatment products for Lowe’s US stores
Water filtration company A O Smith has been selected by Lowe’s as the primary supplier of residential water treatment products for all of the latter’s home improvement stores in the US.
KBI Biopharma on How Malvern Instruments Helped Them Gain a Commercial Advantage
The Particle Core team at KBI Biopharma were searching for a tool to aid them in their in-house characterization service by identifying both visible and sub-visible particles.
ACCIONA to construct two drinking water treatment plants in Nicaragua
Nicaragua's state water and sewage utility ENACAL has selected ACCIONA Agua to construct drinking water treatment plants in the cities of Rivas and El Rama.
SUEZ to manage drinking water facility in Woonsocket, Rhode Island
SUEZ has been contracted to operate and maintain a new drinking water facility at Woonsocket city in Rhode Island, US, for 20 years.
Sulzer Submersible Sewage Pumps Type ABS XFP Deliver High Return
The village of Sluis in the Netherlands is a very popular touristic attraction and therefore the municipality of Sluis can not afford any blockages in the wastewater transportations. That is why they started a very intensive renovation of the system in 1998.
Seven colleges in California receive grants to develop water conservation technologies
Seven colleges and universities of California have earned $10,000 grants to develop new water conservation and supply technologies as part of the 2018 Southern California World Water Forum.