How technology will reinvent water utilities

The Public Utilities Board’s most recent call for innovation sees Singapore’s water pioneer pushing ahead with its low-energy and smart water activities to transform its operations. GWI finds out where the new focus of research fits into its wider technology strategy.

The deadline for requests from Singapore’s Public Utilities Board for new solutions under a S$30 million research grant has recently closed, with applications now under consideration. Three different RFPs were issued, targeting technologies in three different areas:

  1. Enhancing the energy efficiency of the water and wastewater treatment process, including biomimetic membranes and anaerobic...

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