According to event organizers, parties transacted more than S$2.8 billion worth of projects and investments at the annual Water Week conference
Better irrigation, drought-tolerant grasses, and rainwater harvesting are a few of the suggestions from the "Sprayed Away" report.
Singapore, Australia and The Philippines are among the winners who were announced during Singapore International Water Week 2010.
Global Water Group's systems can process 20,000 gallons per day.
New research center is going for a Silver LEED rating and will use LT Technologies' systems to help achieve it.
Met-Mex Peñoles has used reverse osmosis membranes to further treat municipal wastewater from Torreón City for its boilers over the last 12 years.
- By Renato Ramos, Peter Aerts, Enrique Guzman, Juan Pacheco
- Jun 14, 2010
Singapore International Water Week provides a platform for finding viable water solutions, which are critical for the sustainable growth of cities worldwide.
- By Michael Toh
- Jun 05, 2010
The panel, led by Robert Glennon, will discuss water reuse barriers and how to overcome them during Singapore International Water Week.
CH2M Hill, New-Com say the projected $240 million facility also is under budget.
Inventors suggest The HYDRA will be an asset to medical clinics, schools, remote communities, and disaster relief agencies.
The company calls on residential and commercial builders to incorporate practical and affordable water reuse solutions into every new development.
Think of the monitoring possibilities: cathodic integrity for corrosion, pump station efficiency, and tank status.
- By Dan Steele
- Apr 29, 2010
Global Water Intelligence has released its 2011 market report, which covers infrastructure, water scarcity, desalination, and reuse.
The North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System has agreed to join EPA programs that will help lower energy and water usage, waste, and air pollution at 12 areas hospitals.
World's first cross-border Clean Development Mechanism initiative is being supported by the Asian Development Bank, Austria, and Japan.
Gadolinium, a key indicator of wastewater contamination at low levels, helps treatment plants identify bacteria in recycled water.
EPA counts the number of Energy Star-labeled buildings to determine the ranking; Los Angeles has 293 building to its credit.
The Santa Clara Valley Water District Board recently approved two agreements with the City of San Jose to build a new advanced water treatment facility that will produce highly purified recycled water.
The new irrigation water will be used to maintain two 18-hole golf courses, 15 tennis courts and landscaping.