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SWA and SEC jointly spur sustainability efforts among Singapore water sector

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...

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What's possible in a week? If you dedicated seven days to the achievement of one goal, how ambitious could you make this goal? These were the questions that the multilingual friends Katy and Sara posed themselves when they determined to learn English in one week, to prove that it can be done...

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SWA and SEC jointly spur sustainability efforts among Singapore water sector

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Wang Peng, PhD, Industry Technical Consultant of Nalco Water, SEA, examines efforts to rethink cooling water management best practices.

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Aigües de Barcelona starts river water treatment pilot in Barcelona

Aigües de Barcelona, the company responsible for managing the water cycle in the metropolitan area of Barcelona,...

PC-based control platform optimises water treatment product dosing

Clean water is vital in both consumer and commercial areas, including numerous industrial applications, such as mining, petroleum refining and groundwater remediation,...

Black & Veatch’s nutrient removal project stands up to record California wet-weather event

New biological nutrient removal facilities in Sacramento handled epic rainfall, driving enhanced resilience in wastewater, wet-weather treatment.

Royal HaskoningDHV’s Aquasuite automates water production and distribution for Vitens

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Driving efficient water usage with innovative cooling water treatment solution

Wang Peng, PhD, Industry Technical Consultant of Nalco Water, SEA, examines efforts to rethink cooling water management best practices.

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Aigües de Barcelona starts river water treatment pilot in Barcelona

Aigües de Barcelona, the company responsible for managing the water cycle in the metropolitan area of Barcelona,...

PC-based control platform optimises water treatment product dosing

Clean water is vital in both consumer and commercial areas, including numerous industrial applications, such as mining, petroleum refining and groundwater remediation,...

Black & Veatch’s nutrient removal project stands up to record California wet-weather event

New biological nutrient removal facilities in Sacramento handled epic rainfall, driving enhanced resilience in wastewater, wet-weather treatment.

Royal HaskoningDHV’s Aquasuite automates water production and distribution for Vitens

Water use varies greatly depending on the time of day, location, weather and many other factors. The challenge for water companies is...