Qurayyat Desalination Another Feather in Oman's IWP Cap

Oman PWP has announced that two new desalination plants will add over 500,000 m3/day to the country's supply. Offering steady and reliable returns to investors, companies listed on the stock exchan...

Scaling Up the Middle East's Renewable Desalination

Since May 2014, four companies have been working on a pilot project to develop energy efficient and renewable energy desalination technology in Abu Dhabi, as part of the Masdar Renewable Energy Sea...

Bill Gates, Peter Janicki and the Omni Processor--A Game-changer for Reuse in Africa?

Bill Gates recently caused a media storm by drinking reused wastewater. Although not a new concept to the industry, one US company is taking a scaled down version of the technology to Dakar, Senegal.

H2O Risk: Business [not] as Usual

Water risks are now a major concern for multinationals. Nestlé realised this nearly 10 years ago and made changes. How are other companies pre-empting what could be industry's biggest challenge?

World News

California Water Service Company has signed an exclusive agreement to partner with the city of Sunnyvale, Santa Clara Valley Water District and Apple.

Changing Perceptions

A video showing Bill Gates drinking cleaned up wastewater from a new off-grid technology recently went viral. The global water industry is full of innovation; it's just a case of finding out where ...

$1m desalination contracts bagged in India/Ghana by Energy Recovery

Californian company Energy Recovery has been awarded two contracts worth $1m contract in India and Ghana...

Singapore to build third desalination plant

Asia’s water hub Singapore will build a third desalination plant as it has experienced its longest dry spell in 149 years...

50% leakage reduction target part of €639m contract in France

Suez Environnement subsidiary Lyonnaise Des Eaux has been awarded a 12-year contract by the Gennevilliers Water Syndicate (SEPG) worth €639 million...

Royal HaskoningDHV to implement new WTPs, distribution networks in rural Vietnam

Royal HaskoningDHV has signed a 2.7-million-euro ($2.8-million) contract to implement two new water treatment plants and distribution networks in the province of Ba Ria Vung Tau, South Vietnam.
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