Municipalities and industries are turning to alternative water treatment solutions such as reuse driving a resurgence in activity. This report shows the main drivers, trends, and restraints affecting the market for advanced treatment technologies for desalination and reuse in each country.
International orders shield Aqualia from Spanish flu
International contracts worth €318 million for two WWTPs in Colombia and a seawater...
Dispute over water concession heats up in Colombia
A dispute in Santa Marta, Colombia, between the municipality and water concessionaire Metroagua...
Yorkshire Water eyes sale of non-regulated business
Yorkshire Water’s owner Kelda has initiated the sale of its non-regulated business, which...
Software revolutionises Thames Water’s bad debt load
The adoption of a comprehensive suite of debt management software has enabled Thames Water to cut...
With the Odebrecht scandal continuing to spread across Latin America, it is time for the water industry to stop and think a bit about corruption. Odebrecht was a big player in the Brazilian water industry, serving 17 million people with water and wastewater services, and as details of the parent company’s corruption machine come out in the legal process, it raises the question of just how...Read more
In GWI magazine this month
California’s reuse imperative; Colombia and Peru face up to PPP challenges; Honduras eyes...
A utility-led innovation to identify the causes of pipe failure has recently been completed in...
European tanners are holding on to their market positions by preserving the quality of their...
Water and wastewater project tracker
Charting the progress of over 800 Desal, Reuse and PPP water projects in the international water industry
|West Tehran ...||Iran||23 Feb 17||The project ha...||WWTP|
|Sistema Font...||Spain||22 Feb 17||On 21 February...||WWTP|
|Gabès reuse||Tunisia||22 Feb 17||GCT is finalis...||Reuse|
|WWTP O&M con...||Tunisia||22 Feb 17||ONAS has launc...||WWTP|
|Dakhla SWRO||Morocco||22 Feb 17||The Ministry o...||Desal|
Investigating the unique water challenges in each industry and how these challenges are creating opportunities for full solution providers. chemical suppliers and oilfield service companies. Read More