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EA chair says all sectors need to pull together

British Water, networking, water, industry

The water industry needs to pull together with other sectors to meet the challenge of climate change, Environment Agency chair Emma Howard Boyd told a gathering of over 200 water industry professionals at a British Water networking reception. Addressing the association’s annual Winter Reception, held at the House of Lords on 11 February, …

Step into the future with mercury, arsenic and selenium determinations for online wastewater applications

P S Analytical, online, water network, wastewater treatment, water monitoring

P S Analytical is showcasing the new trace metal monitoring analysers, particularly for the toxic mercury (Hg), arsenic (As) and selenium (Se) elements in wastewater streams, based on the company’s ultra-sensitive and market leading Atomic Fluorescence Spectroscopy (AFS) technology. According to the company, this is set to bring some …

Khmer Water Supply Holding completes acquisition of Kampong Trabaek water station

Khmer Water Supply Holding, Kampong Trabaek, Cambodia, water management, water network, drinking water, water supply

Khmer Water Supply Holding (KWSH), a piped-water utility company focused on expanding access to clean water in Cambodia, announced today that it has acquired a fifth water station in Kampong Trabaek district, Prey Veng Province. KWSH, which was incubated in 2013 by the founding team of OBOR Capital as project promoter and Insitor, made the …

StormHarvester develops new green technology to help reduce environmental pollution

StormHarvester, sewage, wastewater, research, water monitoring, drainage network

Brian Moloney, founder, StormHarvester, with Dr Vicky Kell, director of innovation, research and development, Invest NI Northern Ireland tech start-up StormHarvester has developed a system to monitor and control water and wastewater levels within drainage networks. Smart Control System The green technology, Smart Control System, reduces the …

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 …

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 …

Spotlight on the 2017 Water Steward of the Year

awards, water steward, Water's Next, CABIN, water network, water monitoring, Canadian Water Summit

Kat Hartwig, executive director of Living Lakes Canada, received the Water Steward of the Year award at the Water’s Next Gala in 2017. Under Hartwig’s leadership, Living Lakes Canada has been engaging with groups and individuals at the local level through community-based monitoring. Since 2005, the organisation has been involved in …

Flygt releases MAS 801 pump monitoring system

Flygt, Xylem, pump monitoring, water network

Flygt, a Xylem brand, recently launched its MAS 801 next generation pump monitoring system with enhanced functionality for more precise station diagnostics. Designed for wastewater applications, including stormwater and flood mitigation projects, the company says the Flygt MAS 801 offers powerful predictive analytics which enable time, cost and …