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Industrial water reuse: Perspectives from emerging economies

Industries are seizing the benefits of water reuse. Following a recent IWA webinar, The Source looks at this increasing focus on the circular economy.   Water...

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Tapping into tradition: water insights from down the centuries

Our current engineering mindset may not fully equip us to deal with the water challenges ahead. Ancient and indigenous values and practices resonate with...

But wait…there’s more

It was a long time coming, but it was certainly worth the wait. Our Copenhagen World Water Congress & Exhibition was everything I had...

Left stranded – how water can impact the assets of major users

A new report produced by CDP in collaboration with Planet Tracker, High and Dry: How Water Issues Are Stranding Assets, presents research highlighting how...
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