Nigeria declares state of emergency for water sector
The Federal Government of Nigeria has declared a state of emergency in the water, sanitation and...
Pentair revenues up ahead of electrical spin-off
Pentair this morning delivered its last set of results as a combined entity, ahead of the 30...
Chile’s new government opposes radical water reform
Chile’s new government will not back the majority of reforms to water utility regulation...
Where is American Water ten years after its IPO?
American Water’s ten years as a publicly traded company have seen its market capitalisation...
Over the last decade, the use of positive displacement pumps in SWRO has taken off. With proven efficiency rates up to 92% and energy savings of 20%, the benefits of the simple and flexible solution are tangible and deserve exploration. Read More
1) There is little gloom in water: Water professionals generally like to wallow in the miseries of low tariffs, under-investment, risk aversion and decaying infrastructure. This sense of desolation is somewhat superficial because beneath it all, we know that water is the only thing that mankind will still need in 5,000 years’ time. This year’s Global Water Summit was...Read more
In GWI magazine this month
This graphic comes from our recently published report, Financing Water to 2030. It illustrates...
India goes all out for 24/7 water; Bangladesh eyes industrial wastewater BOTs; Lake Titicaca...
As it publishes its 110th annual report and prepares for another domestic growth spurt,...
Water and wastewater project tracker
Charting the progress of over 800 Desal, Reuse and PPP water projects in the international water industry
|Sugar Land O...||United States||24 Apr 18||Bids were rece...||Utility|
|Valdelentisc...||Spain||24 Apr 18||The economic b...||Desal|
|Ganja and Sh...||Azerbaijan||23 Apr 18||A tender proce...||WWTP|
|Moknine 1 & 2||Tunisia||23 Apr 18||A request for ...||Reuse|
|Paradip Port...||India||23 Apr 18||The capacity o...||Desal|