Yorkshire Water continues liability management spree
The Universities Superannuation Scheme has acquired a further £51.2 million of bonds from...
Boenning makes a success of 2018 London water summit
Boenning & Scattergood’s 2018 Water Summit – held in London today – brought...
New minister affirms Jordan’s reuse commitment
Jordan’s new water minister has committed the country to a major expansion of its...
Newalta and Tervita merge as well drilling increases
Canadian industrial waste management specialists Newalta and Tervita have announced a merger to...
A major irrigation canal in the Nile Delta is set to be enhanced by the addition of a new pumping station as Egypt strives to do everything it can to use the waters of The Nile as efficiently as possible in the face of growing competition.
Spending on drinking water infrastructure tends to grow incrementally. Wastewater has always had a tipping point. It starts off as somebody else’s problem – an ugly by-product of urbanisation and industrialisation – but steadily it becomes everyone’s problem, and governments are forced to act. In London, the tipping point was the Great Stink of 1858, when Parliament was...Read more
In GWI magazine this month
Acquisitive water technology groups Xylem and Evoqua came out at the head of the pack in the 2017...
Cape Town delays Day Zero; Hunter Water’s meticulous planning; Thames gives up on desal;...
Austrian oil and gas leader OMV has built environmental responsibility into its corporate...
Water and wastewater project tracker
Charting the progress of over 800 Desal, Reuse and PPP water projects in the international water industry
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