International Water Association

So much more than “waste”

Building a profitable, circular economy from tailings, residues, sediments and water with INVOQUE sustainable performance dewatering Humanity has always been resourceful. Our unique ability to...

Aquatech Amsterdam attracts over 900 exhibitors

At the beginning of May, Aquatech Amsterdam announced that the event was a complete sell-out. Setting a new record, the show has attracted over...

Big Data applications and advances for the water treatment industry

As any reader here knows, water is a precious natural resource. As shortages become more common, it’s clear that demand is only going to...

Aquadvanced® by SUEZ: leading edge networks and energy performance tool

Aquadvanced® is an innovative software solution developed by SUEZ for the efficient management of the day to day operations of a water utility both...
kingspan

Finding innovative solutions to water storage and rainwater harvesting

Since 1934, Tankworks Australia has manufactured quality, long-lasting water tanks and accessories for the Australian market. Today, as Kingspan Water, we continue to be...
John Batten, Arcadis

De-mystifying the Language of Water

In February of 2014 I wrote an article about One Water: uniting around a new water language for Water 21, the predecessor of The...
Veolia

Veolia’s BioThelys™: a solution to enhance biosolids and contribute to the circular economy

We may be in a period of witnessing the development of renewable energies but some of them, such as solar energy or wind power,...

Interview: Jean-Francois Nogrette, CEO of Veolia Water Technologies

What are Veolia’s goals in relation to water for 2016? Veolia’s primary missions involve producing the highest quality drinking water and collecting and treating wastewater...

Interview: Stefan Reuter, Director, BORDA

Towards Habitat III and beyond: Key elements for a new urban agenda The water and sanitation targets of Millennium Development Goal 7 were not met in...

FEATURED STORY

Progress on the path to reinventing the toilet

The UK’s Cranfield University took up the Gates Foundation’s Reinvent The Toilet challenge in 2012. From that has come a self-contained, waterless solution, which...

NEWS

Research reveals gross underestimation of desalination brine production

Research led by the United Nations University Institute for Water, Environment and Health has revealed “gross underestimations” of the amount of brine produced as a...
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