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Gathering water leaders, experts and practitioners to share best practices, co-create innovative urban water solutions, and generate new business opportunities around climate resilience, resource circularity and digital water. The Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) 2022 will gather water leaders,...
The UK government has left water companies in England in no doubt that they need to do more to protect the environment from pollution. George Heywood, analytics innovation lead for Ovarro, says that when it comes to rising main bursts, better analysis of existing data can quickly...
Protection of process solutions and particularly water storage is more important than ever, through increasing wet and dry cycles. In Australia, this summer is forecast to produce more rain in many areas. As Australia looks forward to the prospect...
Pedro Barbosa, product owner at Fotech, a bp Launchpad company, looks at the current threats to water pipelines and explores how advanced distributed acoustic sensing technology is supporting operators to monitor and maintain their networks better. Water is a...
The water-intensive semiconductor industry has been experiencing a surge in demand for chips as nations and businesses accelerate their digitalisation strategies. This, in turn, will require increased water recycling and even greater quantities of ultra-pure water. Prakash Govindan, COO of Gradiant, elaborates on the growing importance for...
The digital age has great potential for sustainability. Not only does it support the economy while embracing a greener planet, but it also increases resource efficiency and reduces waste, as Josephine Tan writes more. Digitalisation opens the door to...
Water bodies such as lakes, reservoirs and rivers are an integral part of population centres. Communities depend on them for multiple purposes, including food, agriculture, and leisure activities; and more importantly, they can be the primary sources of drinking water. Any event...
BY ALEX BETINARDI AND STANLEY SHMIA Since Flint, Michigan, and other communities brought the issue of water safety to the headlines, even non-water professionals are familiar with common contaminants like lead and arsenic. But there remains some ambiguity around...
PUB, Singapore’s national water agency initiates the Water Technology Roadshow to profile promising water research projects happening in Singapore and promote industry uptake for further development. With small land size, limited natural resources and increasing water demand in tandem...
The Singapore Environment Council (SEC) has sealed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Singapore Water Association (SWA), marking the first step in advancing the sustainability agenda for Singapore water’s sector. Under the MoU, both organisations will work towards sustainable development for...