19 articles about "Metawater"
Several water utilities are piloting augmented and virtual reality technologies for different purposes. GWI investigates if the solutions offer tangible benefits or are just inessential luxuries.
Japanese boom bolsters Asia stocks index as Chinese investors punish smaller firms Vol 19, Issue 1 (January 2018)
After a 12% fall in 2016, our weighted portfolio of Asian water stocks put in a positive 6.4% performance last year. What held it back from generating an even stronger return?
Despite a cool summer and a hurricane-filled autumn, many water stocks rose to multiyear highs, aided by a positive results season. Evoqua’s IPO was a further high point.
Ultraviolet disinfection continues to go from strength to strength as it proves itself as a reliable technology for both drinking water and wastewater. How will the rise of LEDs change the look of the market?
The application of ceramic membranes for water treatment is at a tipping point. Decreasing costs, breakthroughs in seawater, and a recovery in the oil & gas market spell exciting times ahead.
Other cities are likely to follow Hanoi in eschewing competitive tenders for investment projects, while wastewater BOTs in HCMC are now likely to go ahead as DBOs.
The number of cities courting the private sector is growing in Abe’s Japan. Weak public finances, ageing infrastructure and dwindling demand are all driving outsourcing.
The largest water businesses ranked by estimated revenue in 2015. Figures are rounded to the nearest $100 million. Readers are invited to correct any errors and omissions.
- Indonesia’s new water regulation, which clarifies the legal status of BOTs, has finally been released.
On 6th November, shareholders of Bursa Malaysia-listed shell company Symphony approved Ranhill’s reverse takeover.