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Editor’s pickPartnership will deliver water innovation for Australia and New Zealand

03-06-2020
Isle, WSAA, Australia, water treatment, water networks, New Zealand, partnership

A new partnership between technology and business consultancy Isle, the Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA) and change-making consultancy ThinkPlace will deliver an industry-leading innovative technologies programme. Some 23 WSAA members have already signed up for the W-Lab programme which launched in March 2020.  Adam Lovell, …

Association offers help sourcing PPE for water workers

29-05-2020
PPE, textiles, water treatment

The head of the UK’s professional clothing trade association has assured the water industry it will do all it can to direct businesses to suppliers who are familiar with the sourcing and production of essential protective clothing during the Covid-19 pandemic. Yvette Ashby, chief executive of the Professional Clothing Industry …

Water Environment Federation congratulates 2020 Stockholm Water Prize laureate Dr John Cherry

29-05-2020
WEF, Water Environment Federation, Stockholm Water Prize

The Water Environment Federation (WEF), a founding member of the Stockholm Water Prize, congratulates the 2020 laureate, Dr. John Cherry. The Stockholm Water Prize is a global award appointed annually by the Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI) and Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and awarded by SIWI, to an individual, organization or …

Veolia Water Technologies, Urban Utilities to install Asia Pacific’s first full-scale sidestream ANITA™ Mox treatment plant

28-05-2020
Veolia, Urban Utilities, ANITA Mox, wastewater treatment, Australia

Veolia Water Technologies and Urban Utilities are working to install Asia Pacific’s first full-scale sidestream ANITA™ Mox treatment plant this year. A first-of-its-kind in Australia, this organic and environmentally-focused technology is an exciting development for the wastewater treatment industry. Construction is …