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Start-up produces clean water from thin air

Three young entrepreneurs have joined forces in Nairobi Kenya to create a product that generates clean drinking water out of thin air. Majik Water aims...

Solar water heater market to reach US$4 billion by 2025

The global market for solar water heaters could reach US$4.13 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research. Demand for energy-efficient...

Genifuel to pilot biofuel processing technology in Vancouver

Genifuel Corporation, a US water technology firm that specialises in turning wet organic wastes into renewable fuels, will pilot a new system that converts...

Gradiant Corporation trials new waste-saving system

Gradiant Corporation, a Boston-based water treatment solutions firm, has announced the start of official demonstrations for its new Counterflow Reverse Osmosis (CFRO) processing technology. The...

PARC and Nestlé agree to promote water-saving technologies

The Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) and Nestlé Pakistan will together promote smart water-saving and eco-friendly technology as a solution to the country’s current...

Dams in India cause more harm than good, says UN report

Indian dams have failed to ensure long-term food security and have even increased instances of human displacement in the country, according to a United...

World Bank and UN report warns of growing global water crisis

The World Bank and the United Nations have published a report warning that 40 percent of the world is currently affected by water scarcity....

Aqaba recovering energy from wastewater

The only coastal city of what may be the world’s most water scarce country has prioritised “Zero Discharge”, cleaning up the air by cleaning...

India’s thermal power generation faces high water risk

A new paper from the World Resources Institute (WRI), Parched Power: Water Demands, Risks and Opportunities for India’s Power Sector, analyses all of India’s...

English universities complete wave energy converter studies

Plymouth and Exeter universities have completed the first set of ecological studies as part of the EU Horizon 2020 funded CEFOW (Clean Energy from...

FEATURED STORY

How collaboration with residents is shaping a smart approach to water

Seed funds were used to clean up Skanderborg's lake and have led to a new citizen-centric approach to water use and conservation. By Rune Kier...

NEWS

FAO links water pollution to agricultural practices

Water pollution resulting from the expansion of irrigation, livestock treatment, fertiliser and pesticide use is damaging human and environmental wellbeing, argues a new report...
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