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Water tariffs in major cities growing at twice the global inflation rate in 2017​

Singapore implements its first tariff increase in 17 years to secure its future water needs.

Mexico City is the least affordable capital city for drinking water, ‘Affordability Index’ reveals.

“Tariffs need to double” in the USA to tackle ageing infrastructure & water scarcity​

GWI’s New Market Intelligence Tool WaterData Enhances Water Sector Strategy and Planning 

Big Data, Slude and Privatisation: Outlook for Water Until 2020

Leading Utilities of the World innovation network is launched at the Global Water Summit 2017 in Madrid, Spain​

Dogs, Robots and Intelligent Synergies: The leaders of the international water industry come together in Madrid

GWI Announces Winners of the 2017 Global Water Awards

The Global Water Summit, Madrid: Accelerating Growth through Intelligent Synergies

GWI puts Tech and Innovation top of the agenda with new technology supplement in flagship magazine

El Nino and the IMF Force Water Tariff Hikes Across the Global South

Water Industry gets smart on Big Data

New seawater plants fuel third year of growth for desalination market

GWI Announces Winners of the 2015 Global Water Awards

Ballast Water Market gets set to sail

Are you ready for the desal rebound?

Rapid Growth Hits Industrial Water Treatment Technologies

Global Water Awards Shortlist Announced

Private Water is on the verge of a comeback

GWI Water Index in 2014 reaches new record high

Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Tops Key-Note Speaker Line-up for The Global Water Summit 2015

Testing the Waters for Offshore Treatment

 

 

In the media

When the price is right:  AsiaOne News

'Power biz going to the sewer': The Province

'Sewage Status Grows as Resource for Utilities to Skiers': Bloomberg.com

'Seawater desalination plant might be just a drop in the bucket': Los Angeles Times

'Altivia Chemical looks to enter energy wastewater business': Houston Business Journal

'Water Scarcity: A Daunting Challenge with a Hopeful Future' : Knowledge@Wharton

'SWPF 2012 to focus on fostering innovation': Arab Water World

'Fracking boom boosts water treatment business': Houston Business Journal

'Letters to the Editor': AWWA.org

Reversing Dangerous Water Trends: The Motley Fool

"$60 million water consortium supports innovation across Ontario Clean Technology Alliance communities" : TechFinance.ca

"Dow Can Use Desalination Expertise To Lead Water Purification Industry Growth" : Trefis

"Desalination is set to become a $US 17 billion business by 2017.." : Circle of Blue

"Indian Sewage Drives Water Plant-Builder’s Estimates" : Bloomberg

"Breakthroughs Make Desalination Equipment Investor's Pick" : OilPrice.com

"Water Trumping Carbon Spreads $17 Billion Market" : Bloomberg

"Chrysalix Invests in Breakthrough Wastewater Treatment Company" : Sys-con.com

"Bringing perestroika to America’s water economy" : Growing Blue

"Desalination trends: What’s the future for desalination?" : Filtration&Separation.com

"Masdar hosts water science, technology course with eye on growing world demand." : The Gulf Today

"If this is not attended to, India's growth story will completely go off the rails," Shah said : Reuters

"Who wants to talk about shit?" asked Frank Rijsberman, Director of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene : Reuters

 

 

Articles

"Water cycle gains importance in F&B industry" [pdf] : Asian Water

"A market report worth its salt": Desalination Markets 2010: Asian Water

"Water reuse market all set for dramatic expansion" : Asian Water

"Keeping the oil flowing" [pdf] :  Mining Magazine

"Don't waste a drop" - water management :  Mining Magazine

 

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