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During a pilot study to decolour drinking water, Vitens discovered that the perceived waste stream removed actually contained humic acids and table salt. Vitens searched for a method to reduce the
In a newly published framework from the IWA: Water Utility Pathways in a Circular Economy, transitionary pathways for utilities are described, that position them as engines for sustainable growth.
Advanced Water Technology and Abengoa will jointly develop the world’s first large-scale desalination plant to be powered by solar energy, in Saudi Arabia.
The LucidPipe™ Power System harnesses the untapped energy potential of moving water to produce clean, low-cost electricity. LucidPipe can operate across a wide range of flow conditions, volumes and
Canadian firm EcoDrain has developed a greywater heat exchanger specifically for showers that can be installed at any time, not only during building construction.
Dutch water company Waternet is at the forefront of phosphorus recovery from sewage, a key fertiliser input.
Hotel Heranya in Kathmandu, Nepal, installed a rainwater collection system in 2014.
Waternet will collect urine from portable urinals located within the city following the annual King's Day festivities.
The Sorek desalination plant located in Israel is the largest reverse-osmosis desal facility in the world.
Noord-Holland’s first geothermal project began in 2014 with the aim of supplying hot water to the the greenhouse farms in Agriport A7, Amsterdam.