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75,000participants attended Aquatech China technology exhibition and shared the latest developments for tackling China’s water issues. The event hosted an ...
$9,500,000The World Bank has approved a US$9.5 million grant from the Global Environment Facility to help boost China’s water productivity ...
17%A new IWA study found a profound lack of female representation in the international water sector, averaging 17 percent in ...
$20.4Arby’s, the second largest fast food chain in the US, has saved US$20.4 million by cutting energy and water expenditures. ...
98%of the world’s electricity is critically dependent on the availability of water. A new World Energy Council report warns that ...
US$0.63As an estimated 3.4 million people die each year from waterborne diseases and microbiological pathogens, a new technology uses sunlight ...
74%U.S. cannabis sales have increased by almost three quarters since legalization in certain states. The proliferation of pot is stressing ...
30,000WaterAid in Nepal is aiming to reach 30,000 people whose water supplies have been destroyed by earthquakes, leaving them vulnerable ...
30%of the world’s activated sludge wastewater treatment plants are unable to identify bacteria as the culprit of foaming and bulking. ...
1,000Diageo’s distillery in Glendullan, Scotland is creating energy from whiskey, using anaerobic digestive plants to convert 1,000 cubic meters of ...
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