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February 2020

Bentley confidentially submits registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission for Proposed Public Listing of its Class B common stock

Bentley Systems, registration, Securities and Exchange Commission

Bentley Systems, Incorporated has announced that it has confidentially submitted a draft registration statement on form S-1 with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) relating to the proposed public listing of its Class B common stock. The public listing is expected to take place after the SEC completes its review process, …

Just do it: Nike races ahead on water targets

Nike, water saving, industrial

LeBron James. Serena Williams. Cristiano Ronaldo. Michael Jordan. Some of the greatest athletes in history have proudly worn Nike’s iconic ‘swoosh’ logo, helping it to become one of the world’s most recognisable sports brands. Valued at $15.9 billion, the US apparel giant has grown far beyond its roots as a footwear …

UNICEF global framework for urban water, sanitation and hygiene

UNICEF, WASH, water, sanitation, hygiene, urban network, water network, water management, drinking water

The world is rapidly urbanising, swelling impoverished urban settlement populations – exacerbating exclusion and inequality in access to WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) services for the poorest and most marginalised children and their families. As of 2018 an estimated 4.2 billion people, or 55% of the global population, were living in …

EPCOR announces 2019 financial results

EPCOR, financial report, SEDAR

EPCOR Utilities Inc. (EPCOR) has filed its annual and fourth quarter results for 2019. "EPCOR had a strong year operationally, with safety, reliability and customer service results that consistently met or exceeded targets,” said Stuart Lee, EPCOR President and CEO. “Our annual net income was down to $231 million (S$321 million), …

SWAN Annual Conference to bring key leaders together in Glasgow to shape the next decade of the smart water and wastewater sector

SWAN Conference, smart water networks, forum, collaboration, Scottish Water

The Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN) is a leading, global smart water hub collaborating with utilities, solutions providers, regulators, researchers, investors, and academics to promote smart water and wastewater solutions. Now in its celebratory 10th year, SWAN is pleased to announce that its annual, flagship event will return to its roots in …

Cyclopure and iFLUX announce availability of DEXSORB+ in Europe

Cyclopure, iFLUX, DEXSORB+, Europe, water flux, cartridge, groundwater, contaminants

Cyclopure, a US-based water purification technology provider, and Belgium-based iFLUX have announced the availability of a new product that can help in the measurement and analysis of PFAS in groundwater. Joining iFLUX’s line of other water flux cartridges, the new product offers expanded capabilities for environmental study of contaminants …

Partnership advances water’s digital future

Grundfos, Augury, agreement, water treatment, pumps

Grundfos and Augury, a fast-growing data analytics company and leading Digital Machine Health solution provider, are taking a major step toward digitizing water and utility infrastructure worldwide by signing a long-term strategic partnership. Together, they will develop smart diagnostics solutions and services for Grundfos’ customers. The …

BioLargo expands global reach, signs joint venture agreement with BKT & Tomorrow Water featuring CupriDyne Clean-based products

BioLargo, BKT, odour control

BioLargo, Inc., developer of sustainable technologies and a full-service environmental engineering company, announced that it had executed a “Joint Venture Framework Agreement” with a leading wastewater treatment solution provider based in South Korea (Bookang Tech Co. Ltd., “BKT”), to create a South Korean entity that …