Emerson marks 75 years of innovation

Branson combines breadth of technologies and a problem-solving approach to deliver advanced solutions to automotive, medical and electronics industries worldwide

Alfa Laval offers remote service guidance

Alfa Laval has offered IFS Remote Assistance, a remote service guidance tool. The service allows Alfa Laval to respond promptly to service...

Gradiant reports growth despite COVID-19

The company has won 26 new projects across Asia-Pacific Gradiant, and end-to-end cleantech water treatment solutions provider, has secured 26 new projects in 2021...

PUB receives S$51m funding for water research as part of RIE2025

First two request-for-proposals (FRPs) launched to cover new research areas in water loop resource recovery and impact of climate change on Singapore’s water system

Research shows phosphate removal requires holistic approach

WPL, a water recycling specialist, will be presenting the findings of a piece of research into phosphate removal at the European Wastewater Management (EWWM) Conference and Exhibition....

Pilot project for implementing water leakage management system to reduce NRW in Indonesia

Intelligent water leakage management system implementation to reduce the number of non-revenue water in Sukabumi City, West Java, Indonesia

Glanris’ 901x Biocarbon receives NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 certification

Opens market for drinking water applications Glanris has received NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 certification of its 901x Biocarbon by the International...

Telecom firms converge on US$143B digital water market opportunity

Amidst increased demand for digital solutions from water utilities and industrial firms, a host of telecommunications companies have responded with dedicated strategies...

De Nora celebrates 10 years of operation in Chesapeake Bay

De Nora TETRA Denite filters set industry standard for biological nutrient removal A decade after installation, De Nora reported...

Thames Water’s owners to match fund major upgrade of London’s Victorian water network

London’s Victorian water network is set to receive a major overhaul to increase water resilience from a £300 million (US$314.1 million) contribution from Thames Water’s owners.