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Largest market for Water Pipe?

North America is the largest market for water and wastewater pipe, followed by Europe and Asia Pacific. Asia Pacific region is expected to be the fastest growing market. China and India hold the key for future market trends in water and wastewater market owing to increasing urban population, increase in living standards due to higher disposable income and high growth in the building and construction sector. ...

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CST Wastewater Solutions is Top Performer!

A global market leader in industrial and municipal wastewater treatment technologies, Smith and Loveless, has recognised an Australian company as its top performer in its number one international sales representative division. CST Wastewater Solutions – which operates throughout Australasia and the Asia-Pacific – achieved the distinction for its performance over the 2015 sales year when it achieved major sa ...

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Passavant Energy in 3 plant Indian Order

Drake & Scull International, an engineering, construction and procurement company announced on Tuesday that Passavant Energy & Environment, its wholly-owned German subsidiary, has secured three contracts to build wastewater treatment plants in New Delhi and Bengaluru in India as well as Gaza in Palestine for a combined value of Dh246 million. Passavant company will undertake the engineering, procure ...

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Millions at risk of water Pollution

Increasingly polluted rivers in Africa, Asia and Latin America pose a disease risk to more than 300 million people and threaten fisheries and farming in many countries, a UN report has warned. Already, some 3.4 million people die every year from water-borne ailments such as cholera, typhoid, some types of hepatitis and diarrhoeal diseases, said the United Nations Environment Programme. "Many of these diseas ...

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Poor waste management threatens Phnom Penh

As more rural residents move to Phnom Penh in search of work, the city’s population has nearly doubled over the last decade. Estimates suggest it could reach 2.9 million by 2025. Meanwhile, new construction projects have driven thousands of urban poor out of the city center to peri-urban areas where services are few or non-existent. Cambodia’s capital is literally bursting at the seams with the garbage prod ...

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Oasys Water grows in China!

Oasys Water's Momentum in China Continues with Three New Projects and Expanded Operational Infrastructure To Support Asian Market Growth Rapid Growth of Activity Underscores Acceleration of Chinese Market and Expands Successful Commercialization of Oasys’ Forward Osmosis-based Zero Liquid Discharge Technology in Region Boston – July 28, 2016 – Oasys Water, a world leader committed to developing innovative s ...

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Singapore has much to offer Water market

In the field of water management, Singapore has much to offer. It is a small country, around the size of Hyderabad. It has very few water resources and imports water from Malaysia under the 1961 Johor State Water Agreement. This has forced it to optimise its water management and it has done so admirably. Today, Singaporeans have universal and round the clock access to water which is of such high quality tha ...

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KL failing in Water Waste

Efforts to reduce Non-Revenue Water (NRW) in the water country have largely been unsuccessful as large amounts of water remain wasted. Energy, Green Technology, and Water Minister Datuk Seri Maximus Ongkili said five states are recording NRW levels in the 40% to 50% range while only three states are below 30%. "I must confess that we have not made good progress in this area as we are still struggling to low ...

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Lee Kuan Water Prize Winner!

Singapore, 21 March 2016 – The Singapore International Water Week, a biennial event that gathers leaders and innovators from the global water industry on a single platform, today awarded the prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize 2016 to world-renowned hydrogeologist, Professor John Anthony Cherry. The announcement of the Water Prize Laureate this year marks the first time it is held in conjunction with World ...

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Metito’s new venture ‘Biopipe’

Water treatment company Metito has signed a licensing agreement with Swiss start-up Biopipe Global AG to offer a novel in-pipe wastewater treatment technology to the Africa and Asian markets. Called Biopipe, the process claims to treat wastewater inside a pipe, which then passes through a filtration stage to complete the treatment. According to a press release from Metito, Biopipe “produces no sludge, no od ...

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