Dow to pilot petrochemical wastewater treatment at its ethylene cracker facility
Dow Water & Process Solutions is planning to demonstrate a new treatment solution for petrochemical wastewater at its site in Tarragona, Spain, from next year.
Mekorot signals intention to pursue Cyprus for alleged damages
Mekorot National Water Company, the Israeli government-owned water projects developer, has signalled its intention to sue the Cypriot government for E50 million in alleged damages, reports Israeli business news outlet, Globes.
Seawater desal among the costliest water solutions for California
A study by the Pacific Institute has found that seawater desalination is among the most expensive solutions to water scarcity in the state of California, US.
AMP Capital buys stake in Victorian Desalination Plant from developer
Investment house AMP Capital has acquired a 5.2 per cent stake in the Victorian Desalination Plant (VDP), Australia, from Pacific Partnerships.
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IWA names d'Arras of Suez Water Europe as new president
The International Water Association has named as its new president Diane d'Arras, executive vice president, Suez Water Europe.
AquaVenture shares jump 28 per cent in first week of trading
Shares in AquaVenture opened at $23.10 today (October 12, 2016), 28 per cent higher than they were priced a week ago for their initial public offering.
IWA highlights levels of water consumption and tariffs globally
Households in Washington DC, US, are the biggest consumers of water compared to 169 other world cities, while households in Jinja, Uganda, use the least amount of water, a new report shows.
Cuba poised to commission first of five desal plants: reports
Drought-hit Cuba is to build five desalination plants, according to reports in several Vietnamese news outlets, including vietnambreakingnews.com.