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IDA unveils lineup of speakers for water reuse conference
The International Desalination Association (IDA) has secured a stellar lineup of keynote speakers for its International Conference on Water Reuse and Recycling 2018, led by Spain's secretary of state for the environment, Maria Garcia Rodriguez.
Public opinion remains a strong barrier to water reuse
The divergence in public opinion on water reuse between people who live in Northern and Southern Europe has emerged as a potential barrier to developing new European-wide water reuse regulations effectively.
PUB and Grundfos deepen water research partnership
Singapore's national water utility PUB and global pumps firm Grundfos, of Denmark, have unveiled a strategic partnership that is developing new capabilities in water quality monitoring, among other initiatives.
IDA issues final call for papers for upcoming reuse conference
The International Desalination Association (IDA) has issued a final call for abstracts for its 2018 International Conference on Water Reuse and Recycling, 24 to 27 June, in Valencia, Spain.
High-end Montana ski town mulls reuse to produce snow
An exclusive ski town in Montana, US, called Big Sky, is considering a water reuse scheme that could see it make snow out of recycled wastewater, reports WaterDeeply.com.
Delek completes purchase of Veridis in Israel
Delek Automotive Systems (DAS) has completed the acquisition of 70 per cent of desalination and environment company Veridis for ILS 922 million ($252 million), reports Globes.
Five Minutes With: Rod Naylor, GHD market leader for water, Australia
Rod Naylor is to join GHD as market leader for water in Australia, where the firm has worked on all the big six desalination plants
India's Ministry of Environment backs Chennai mega-project
A proposed 400,000 m3/d desalination plant in Chennai, India, has been recommended for Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) clearance by the national Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change.
Brown and Caldwell raids Stantec for water reuse expertise
Brown and Caldwell has poached three senior water reuse professionals from Stantec as it moves to strengthen its water reuse practice in the US.
ACWA Power, Sembcorp, and Suez among Al Ghubrah III pre-quals
ACWA Power, Sembcorp, and Suez are among eight international firms to have pre-qualified for Al Ghubrah III independent power and water project, Oman.
Denver Water selects Xylem for unique direct potable reuse demo
Denver Water, Colorado, has selected Xylem as its technology partner on a new direct potable reuse demonstration project that eschews reverse osmosis.
Video Q&A: Aaron Fisher, The Water Research Foundation
The Water Research Foundation's technology and innovation manager Aaron Fisher, introduces Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT), a joint venture with Water Environment Federation (WEF).
Eleven firms vie to qualify for Al Ghubrah III desal project, Oman
Eleven international developers have submitted statements of qualification for Al Ghubrah III desalination plant project, Oman.
AMTA unveils annual gongs for membrane experts
The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) has conferred its annual roster of awards for membrane specialists, include its Lifetime Service Award, Hall of Fame Awards, and Operator of the Year Award.
Karnataka state, India, approves port city desalination project
The technical and economic feasibility of a new desalination plant for Mangaluru city in Karnataka, southwest India, has been approved by state authorities, reports Bangalore Mirror.
Besix signs with Sharjah to expand water reuse
Besix has signed a public-private partnership (PPP) agreement with Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), to operate and maintain an existing wastewater treatment plant at Al Saja.
SWCC poised to invite bids for mobile desal capacity
Saudi Arabia's Saline Water Conversion Corporation (SWCC) is poised to invite bids from mobile desalination providers to augment supplies until its planned large scale projects start producing.
Saudi's Al-Fadhli gets the go-ahead for nine new desalination plants
Saudi Arabia has an ambitious $530 million programme to build nine new desalination plants on the Red Sea coast within 18 months, the minister of environment, water and agriculture Abdulrahman Al-Fadhli has revealed.
Torrevieja desalination plant to double capacity
Spain's ministry of agriculture and environment is to double capacity at the Torrevieja desalination plant, reports local newspaper The Leader.
Canada's Algonquin to buy controlling stake in Atlantica Yield
Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp of Canada is to acquire 25 per cent of Atlantica Yield, a business of long-term contracted assets owned by Abengoa.