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Submersible pumps market to soar amid smart water management systems adoption, reach US$13Bn by 2030

14-07-2020
submersible pumps, market, water treatment, market research, market report

The global submersible pumps market is estimated to generate nearly US$ 82 Mn in 2020, expanding steadily to reach a valuation of US$ 13 Bn by the end of the forecast period. A sizeable demand pull from key end-use industries and well-established markets is poised to generate a steady growth curve during the …

Editor’s pickPFAS, forever chemicals forecasted to drive S$16.8 billion in water utilities’ spend over next decade

09-06-2020
Bluefield Research, PFAS, forever chemicals, water pollution, water treatment, wastewater treatment

Mounting public concerns and new state regulations in the U.S. are compelling water & wastewater utilities to address health risks associated with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) – a class of pervasive chemicals found in drinking water and wastewater byproducts. According to a new report from Bluefield Research, …

BlueTech Research and Imagine H2O strengthen partnership

09-06-2020
BlueTech Research, Imagine H2O

Two leading water organisations have strengthened their relationship as part of a shared mission to positively impact the sector, support the entrepreneurial business ecosystem and create value through innovation, investment and technology.  In an era where water resilience is more important than ever, BlueTech Research, a provider of water …

Editor’s pickCzech researchers: Wastewater analysis could predict a second wave of coronavirus

05-06-2020
coronavirus, COVID-19, research, Czech Republic, wastewater treatment, water monitoring

A system detecting the novel coronavirus in wastewater might serve as a warning of a new infection wave, research of the T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute (VUV) in Prague has shown. Researchers have revealed coronavirus traces in wastewater from small water treatment plants. Samples taken Tuesday will now be assessed to find out how accurate …

Editor’s pickGreen light for world-leading renewable hydrogen from wastewater project

27-05-2020
Australia, wastewater treatment, research, science, water treatment

For the first time in Australia, a project is in the pipeline to produce low-emission hydrogen and graphite from sewage at a wastewater treatment plant. Water Minister Dave Kelly and Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan announced the project today for Western Australian-based technology company, Hazer Group to use waste gas (biogas) …