18 articles about "Aqua Engineering"
Sacyr Vallehermoso has given the clearest signal yet that it is willing to consider a sale of its environmental services division, Valoriza.
The market for small desalination plants is served by hundreds of regional suppliers assembling skid-mounted reverse osmosis units in workshops. Is this market the next to be consolidated?
A new tender promises 45,000m3/d of new reverse osmosis desalination capacity for the Emirate of Ajman. The client also wants to equip future plants to deal with algal blooms.
The resolution of land ownership issues on the coast of Fujairah has given the green light to the F1 IWPP expansion
CH2M Hill is preparing to launch a joint venture with Saudi Arabia’s Olayan Group in January 2010.
It seems that Christ Water may have finally convinced investors that their fears over bankruptcy are unfounded. The stock has risen by 160% in the last two weeks.
* With shares in Christ Water Technology still languishing below €1.00, both Pictet and Invesco have reduced their stakes to below 5%. Meanwhile, Christ’s subsidiary Aqua Engineering has been awarded a €60 million water treatment contract in South Africa.
* Turmoil in the capital markets is likely to shake a few assets loose from the water sector.
* Other companies feeling bullish about the water industry include Israel’s Miya, and RVK of Russia.
* Spanish government plans to triple the reuse of regenerated wastewater to 1,200hm<sup>3</sup>/yr by 2015 received a boost in early December with the approval of legislation establishing a legal framework and quality parameters for the use of recycled water.