The youngest state in India is on the verge of completing an irrigation project of unparalleled ambition which will provide a vital supply of water to more than 3.3 million ha of agricultural land.
The goals set out to guide the United Nations until 2030 provide a clearly marked path towards universal prosperity. The only way to keep to this path will be through partnerships with the private sector.
Against the backdrop of growing environmental awareness and constantly rising costs, companies today cannot afford to overlook any possibility to maximize their energy efficiency.
Over the last decade, the use of positive displacement pumps in SWRO has taken off. With proven efficiency rates up to 92% and energy savings of 20%, the benefits of the simple and flexible solution are tangible and deserve exploration.
After a series of deadly floods in recent years, Vietnam is ramping up its efforts to be more resilient in the face of natural disaster. New and optimised infrastructure will be key in its success.
A major irrigation canal in the Nile Delta is set to be enhanced by the addition of a new pumping station as Egypt strives to do everything it can to use the waters of The Nile as efficiently as possible in the face of growing competition.
As natural water sources become more unpredictable our ability to conserve and best utilize this resource is becoming paramount. Mitigating this problem will require a combination of many different measures, but it is quickly becoming clear that the Internet of Things will be at the core of any successful strategy...
The capital of the State of Georgia is moving forward with a radical project to reshape an abandoned quarry into a vital reservoir of drinking water. The physical realities of this project have required the application of innovative pump design to guarantee a long-lasting supply of the water to the city.