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HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, managing director and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), received HE Datuk Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man, Malaysian Minister of Environment and Water, to discuss ways to promote cooperation in terms of projects, initiatives, and programmes aimed at consolidating the transition...
Yarra Valley Water is among the first water utilities in the world to sign the global Pledge to Net Zero as part of its work to generate renewable energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Pledge to Net Zero marks...
Former UK airfield being redeveloped into YTL Arena, a sustainable area that houses a surface water system to capture water from 10,000sqm roof YTL Arena Complex (Photo credit: Grimshaw) The former home of the Concorde supersonic aircraft is set to...
Being environmentally sustainable goes beyond premises and manufacturing plants, and requires efforts to green the whole supply chain. Janda Campos, group director, sustainability engagement, Grundfos, shares with Water & Wastewater Asia on how the company has been driving water and energy efficiencies, as well as improving water...
Opens market for drinking water applications Glanris has received NSF/ANSI/CAN 61 certification of its 901x Biocarbon by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO). Municipalities and manufacturers of filtration systems for potable water now gain access to...
Stefania Munaretto By Stefania Munaretto, PhD, scientific researcher, KWR Circular economy developments often focus on the technology, but to be successful we need to define a common vocabulary and involve the right stakeholders. While not entirely new...
Known for its castles and red ale, Flanders has been diligently working away on plans to become known as a European region in another area: the circular economy. Bordering the Netherlands, the Flemish region of Belgium is taking the circular economy seriously.