1925 articles in Europe

Organica looks to expand digital capabilities Vol 19, Issue 3 (March 2018)

A new funding round will enable the decentralised plant supplier to take its home-grown digital offering to a wider audience.

Italy’s water utilities invest record amounts Vol 19, Issue 3 (March 2018)

New figures presented last month show the benefits of a single regulator for water in Italy. A strategic national vision is still missing.

Lanxess puts its water division on the block Vol 19, Issue 3 (March 2018)

The German group is looking to sell its ion exchange and membrane treatment businesses. One is growing much faster than the other.

Life’s a beach for planners Vol 19, Issue 3 (March 2018)

David Lloyd Owen looks at investment in beachside clean-ups, and how it may not be paying off in terms of tackling illness.

Europe in brief Vol 19, Issue 3 (March 2018)

AIM-listed leak detection specialist Water Intelligence has raised £4.2 million via a placing and subscription, whilst agreeing to buy out two of its American Leak Detection franchises in the United States for $1.9 million.

Looking beyond Suez’s profit warning Vol 19, Issue 2 (February 2018)

Suez shareholders were forced to re-calibrate their expectations on growth after a profit warning last month. How deeply has faith in the current management team been shaken?

S&P forecasts big UK revenue haircut in AMP7 Vol 19, Issue 2 (February 2018)

The dramatic drop in the UK water sector’s weighted average cost of capital in 2020 could translate into a significant loss of revenue.

Rare UK water bonds find demand Vol 19, Issue 2 (February 2018)

Companies are trying to wean themselves off a past reliance on cheap EIB funding.

Barcelona to expand reuse as drought rages Vol 19, Issue 2 (February 2018)

The city is looking to revamp idle treatment infrastructure in an attempt to avoid a repeat of 2008, when it had to tanker in water.

Kelda shareholders to press on with sale of majority stake Vol 19, Issue 2 (February 2018)

The sale of 53.7% of Kelda is still likely to go ahead, despite heightened political and regulatory risk, and a non-regulated nightmare.