International Water Association

Compact field unit for water analysis including iron

See us at: Aquatech 2019, Hall 12, Stand 12.311B Measuring the quality of water is essential in many sectors. Be it in seawater desalination plants,...

Why chemical treatment is a no-brainer

Phosphorus is the key nutrient causing eutrophication in our lakes and rivers, so it’s vitally important that it is removed from wastewater as efficiently...

Indian analyser contract supports high plant availability

India’s largest engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company chose Endress+Hauser as its partner for the maintenance management of all analysers installed at a large...

XXL pipes for new city district in Monaco

AGRU Kunststofftechnik’s XXL pipes are being installed to support an unusual urban development in Monaco, which will see the crowded country expand into the...

Egg-shaped GRP pipes for major sewer rehab in Bucharest

Bucharest’s sewer system is between 25 and 100 years old, and a decision was made to renovate it step by step to increase its...

Innovative drinking water quality monitoring with the pipe::scan

Drinking water regulation can be improved by moving away from fixed, regular laboratory sampling to a risk assessment-based adaptation of sampling planning. The former approach...

Seeing beyond the price tag with Value-Based Purchasing

The job of a public procurer is to get the best value possible for taxpayers’ money. More and more that means considering a much...
Amiblu CEO Pierre Sommereijns

We have to be smart when renewing our water networks

Pierre Sommereijns, CEO of GRP pipe producer Amiblu, talks about future challenges and renovation options for pipe networks.   Why is the European water network in...

Containerised industrial effluent solution for UAE

Spanish supplier Toro Equipment has announced the commissioning of a wastewater treatment plant provided to treat industrial effluent in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The 300m3/day...

How the Australian water industry is transforming the world from down-under

For seven years straight, Melbourne has proudly worn the world’s most liveable city crown. Sure, that crown might have been knocked off by Vienna,...

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Water and the SDGs

The world is falling short on implementing the SDGs. This gap leaves an opportunity for leadership on water – leadership that can contribute in...

NEWS

Pathogen concern over plastic pellets

Research by the University of Stirling, in Scotland, has found that the hard surface of waterborne plastic pellets known as ‘nurdles’ makes an ideal...
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