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The Indian government is in the final stage of consultation on new standards for the quality of treated sewage, which it is widely believed will necessitate the upgrade of all existing wastewater treatment plants to tertiary treatment levels. Not all experts agree.
Two provincial Chinese water companies tried the same strategy this month, taking on Beijing Enterprises Water Group as a cornerstone investors and launching IPOs on the Hong Kong stock exchange. It did not seem to work.
Suez and New World Services’ long-term partner is looking to divest a $600 million stake in its water and waste platform, which it plans to grow across China and beyond.
Willy Yeo finds a ray of hope for Asian water companies in the third and final instalment of his analysis of Trump’s effect on the sector.
A draft of a Ganga Act, which would legislate on crimes against the river, was handed to the Indian Minister of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation on 12 April.
The return of the Bandar Lampung and Pekanbaru water PPPs, which previously faltered at the tender stage, underscores the Indonesian government’s commitment to mobilise private finance for infrastructure. What lessons have been learned?
A Chinese-Mongolian consortium is set to be recommended as the winning developer of Ulaanbaatar’s new wastewater treatment BOT, despite its earlier dismissal over an incomplete bid. Reuse could yet be added to the scope of the contract.
The Tuaspring IWPP has joined the Tianjin Dagang desalination plant on the block. What does Hyflux have left?
Retail investors have flocked to CSD Water Service’s IPO on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, as the venture capital-backed company carves out a niche in small and medium cities and their industrial parks. Technology development is high on its agenda.
State-owned project developer Beijing Capital has launched the first securitisation programme backed by PPP project assets in China.