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Apr 14, 2023

News

IWA - International Water Association

H2O Journal: Interview with H2Open Journal Editors-in-Chief

H2Open Journal is due to receive its first Impact Factor later this year. This is great news for the journal and its staff and authors.
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Apr 12, 2023

News

Synagro Technologies

Synagro’s Design-Build-Operate Approach Delivers Schedule Acceleration Needed

Schedule Acceleration Needed to Maintain Environmental Compliance at Honolulu’s Sand Island Wastewater Treatment Plant; Award of This Complex Project Underscores the Long-Term Customer Relationship and Trust Built by Synagro and the Capability to Complete Final Design, Construction, Commissioning and Operations
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Apr 11, 2023

Article

The Engineer - Mark Allen Group

Jon Excell

Comment: Putting sustainability at the heart of manufacturing

Companies who place sustainability at the centre of their business practises will be the ones who succeed in the future, says Vikram Nair, president – EMEA global head, Tech Mahindra.
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Apr 06, 2023

News

South West Water

CB, PhD, CCIPD Gill Rider

Case Study: Advanced asset software transforms drainage planning

South West Water (SWW) has been working for five years on constructing and delivering a final drainage & wastewater management plan for the UK Government. The complex process has been made easier for SWW by using advanced asset investment management software, enhancing long-term planning capabilities.
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Apr 05, 2023

News

PENETRON

Robert Revera

Indianapolis Reservoir is Secured with the Application of Penetron

The Citizens Reservoir project, completed in January 2021, is located in the northeastern part of the Indianapolis metropolitan area and is adjacent to the Geist Reservoir, the main source of drinking water for the region.
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Apr 03, 2023

News

Drainchem

Drainchem understands the science behind jetting nozzles

When it comes to high pressure water jetting, the quality of equipment is important, but so is making sure that the equipment is fit for purpose.
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Mar 29, 2023

News

gwf Wasser | Abwasser - Vulkan-Verlag GmbH

Dr.-Ing. Hildegard Lyko

Water management: Spain invests nearly 23 billion euros

The Spanish government improves its water management and will invest nearly 23 billion euros to comply with European Water Directives.
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Mar 27, 2023

News

ISOE – Institute for Social-Ecological Research

Dr. Martina Winker

UN World Water Day 2023: How municipalities can accelerate the water transformation

The United Nations is proclaiming the motto “Accelerating Change” for World Water Day on 22 March. The message: because the pressure on drinking water reserves is increasing worldwide, the change towards sustainable water use must be accelerated.
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Mar 24, 2023

News

Leibniz-Institut für Plasmaforschung und Technologie e.V.

Stefan Gerhardt

Innovative technologies remove pharmaceutical residues from wastewater

Every year on 22 March, World Water Day reminds us of the importance of one of the most important resources of life. Almost two-thirds of our planet is covered with water, but not even three percent is drinkable freshwater. Every day, large quantities of chemicals enter our waters and endanger the health of humans, animals and plants. In addition to pesticides, for example, drug residues also pollute our drinking water. The Leibniz Institute for Plasma Science and Technology (INP) has developed technical solutions to clean wastewater of such pollutants.
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Mar 22, 2023

Article

British Water

Lila Thompson

Delivering sustainable solutions to solve water challenges

With British Water’s conference on creating a more sustainable water sector approaching, Stephen Kennedy, head of digital and innovation at MWH Treatment shares his views on celebrating recent successes in creating a more sustainable sector while also discussing the challenge of defining sustainability, how to make sustainable solutions business‐as‐usual, and why the sector must work together for a more sustainable future.
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Mar 20, 2023

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Technical University of Dresden

Prof. Niels Schütze

Supporting the National Water Strategy through scientific research

This month, the federal government of Germany introduced the first National Water Strategy. “With this strategy, the federal government is shining a spotlight on the necessity of integrated water resource management, serving as a leading example of resource use in the water sector on the international level,” explains Niels Schütze, Professor of Hydrology at TU Dresden. German water research has established the required scientific foundations over the past several years.
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Mar 17, 2023

News

Trenchless Australasia

Trenchless manufacturer celebrates installation of 100,000th liner

SAERTEX multiCom®’s trenchless pipe relining product, SAERTEX-LINER, has been installed for the 100,000th time.
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Mar 15, 2023

News

Ant Hire Solutions

Jon Hodgson

Versatile electric pipe-cutter makes UK debut

The first all-electric battery-operated lateral pipe-cutter to enter the UK market has secured sole distribution with pipeline equipment specialist Ant Hire Solutions.
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Mar 13, 2023

News

Spring Innovation

Carly Perry

Spring collaborates with Microsoft and Impact X on water innovation

The water sector’s innovation centre of excellence – Spring - is collaborating with Microsoft and Impact X on a new initiative to make tools and funding available for start-ups to accelerate their companies.
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Mar 10, 2023

Article

WMO - World Meteorological Organization

Clare Nullis

State of Global Water Resources report informs on rivers, land water storage and glaciers

WMO reports on freshwater availability in a changing climate
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Mar 08, 2023

News

Trenchless Australasia

Australia: Centenarian sewer gets after-dark upgrade

Over 100 years since its inception, Brisbane’s S1 Main Sewer has undergone a seven-year upgrade.
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Mar 06, 2023

News

UKWIR UK Water Industry Research

Steve Kaye

UKWIR gives access to hundreds of water sector research reports

UK Water Industry Research (UKWIR) is providing free access to over 1,000 of its water sector research reports aimed at helping to improve water and wastewater services for customers, and protecting the environment.
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Mar 03, 2023

News

British Water

Lila Thompson

Sector must challenge public misconceptions through engagement

The water sector must tackle “unfair criticisms” by sharing more about the great work it delivers, Yorkshire Water’s chief executive, Nicola Shaw, told attendees at British Water’s Better Together reception in Hull.
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Mar 01, 2023

News

University of South Australia

Candy Gibson

World-first project to ‘self heal’ cracked concrete using sludge could save $1.4 billion repair bill to Australia’s sewer pipes

Water treatment sludge could be used to prevent 117,000 kilometres of sewer pipes in Australia from cracking in future, without any intervention by humans, helping to save $1.4 billion in annual maintenance costs.
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Feb 27, 2023

News

PENETRON

Robert Revera

Delaware Water Treatment Plant Opts for Penetron to Protect New Concrete Structures

The final 2022 commissioning of the Doe Run Road Water Treatment Plant enables the city of Newark, Delaware (USA), to increase the quantity and quality of the city's drinking water to better meet growing demand – and EPA guidelines. PENETRON ADMIX SB, a crystalline concrete waterproofing admixture, was chosen as a permanent - and non-toxic – concrete waterproofing solution.
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Feb 24, 2023

News

Aussie Trenchless

Chris Meredith

Aussie Trenchless: the future of pipe rehabilitation solutions

Aussie Trenchless has been passionate about progressing future infrastructure opportunities and accomplishing superior outcomes since it was founded in 2014.
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Feb 22, 2023

News

IWA

IWA-Grundfos UN Water Conference youth delegates announced

The International Water Association and Grundfos are proud to announce that 14 bright and promising international young water professionals (YWPs) have been selected to be part of a delegation to the upcoming UN 2023 Water Conference, on 22-24 March 2023 in New York, USA.
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Feb 20, 2023

News

Smart Lock Group PTY LTD

Smart Lock makes short work: Hong Kong sewer drain repair

When the Hong Kong Drainage Services Department identified a badly damaged pipe, it was Smart Lock’s sleeve solution that empowered contractors to successfully rehabilitate the damaged section.
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Feb 17, 2023

News

IMPREG GmbH

iMPREG celebrates UV Liner installation success in the UK

iMPREG has helped complete the task of installing an ultraviolet liner in the United Kingdom.
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Feb 15, 2023

News

gwf Wasser | Abwasser - Vulkan-Verlag GmbH

Dr.-Ing. Hildegard Lyko

$50 Million for carbon sequestration and groundwater protection projects

Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of $50 million in grant funding from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to help states, Tribes and territories develop and implement Underground Injection Control (UIC) Class VI programs.
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