News archive


Ramboll agrees to acquire OBG


The acquisition of OBG is an exciting step forward in Ramboll’s strategic ambition to grow in the US and strengthen its portfolio within water, energy and environmental services, making Ramboll a multidisciplinary player in the US. “We are very excited to be welcoming OBG’s 900 experts to Ramboll,” says Group CEO …

Industrial water management surpasses $10 billion, annually


In 2017, U.S. industry spent $10.2 billion on water management, including water acquisition, treatment, reuse, and discharge. Bluefield Research's new report, Opportunities in U.S. Industrial Water: Market Size, Trends, and Forecast, 2018-2022, analyses water management spend across 20 water-intensive industries that cover oil & gas, …

Aurecon appoints new country manager in Singapore


As part of its growth strategy in Asia, global engineering and infrastructure advisory company Aurecon appointed Yang San (YS) Go as the Country Manager of Singapore. YS will be responsible for leading the company’s business operations and growth plan in Singapore with effect from 1 December 2018. YS, who will also remain Infrastructure …

Editor’s pickBoost for ceramic membrane based water treatment


Yasushi Nakamura, President and CEO of METAWATER Co., Ltd, and Joke Cuperus, CEO of PWN and PWNT (interim), sign-off for closer collaborations  Dutch advanced water treatment specialist PWNT, wholly owned by Dutch water utility PWN, and Japanese ceramic membrane specialist METAWATER have signed an agreement to deepen existing collaborations …

Editor’s pickUV LED water treatment equipment company wins major contract


UK-based Typhon Treatment Systems Ltd. has won its first major contract with a publicly traded UK water utility for supply of its new ultraviolet (UV) LED water treatment technology. Typhon’s system is one of the first in the world capable of using UV from LEDs to neutralise harmful microorganisms on an industrial scale. Typhon’s …