Water & Wastewater Asia March/April 2022


Flow cytometry: The ideal tool for treatment process monitoring
Clean and safely managed water is often described as the first line of defence for public health. However, waterborne microbial contaminants pose threat to human well-being and remain a challenge for utilities and wastewater plants to eliminate in order to provide potable water for the wider community. CyStain BacCount assays utilising CyFlow Cube 6 V2m flow cytometry is the state-of-the-art method for water quality analysis.

Visible solutions make groundwater easy
Groundwater is one of the earth’s most important natural resources yet it is depleting at a very high rate due to climate change, overpopulation and pollution and contamination of resources. Echoing this year’s World Water Day theme – Making the Invisible Visible – Dr Mirka Wilderer, CEO of De Nora Water Technologies, shares more with Josephine Tan on how the company is contributing to groundwater treatment.

SIWW 2022 Special
This issue of WWA comes along with an additional section that highlights some of the innovations and technologies that will be showcased at the upcoming Singapore International Water Week (SIWW), which will be taking place from 17-21 Apr 2022 at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.