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ENR Rankings Show Black & Veatch as Leader of Infrastructure Convergence

Strong showings in power, water and telecommunications rankings reflect company’s stature in critical infrastructure sectors OVERLAND PARK, Kansas (29 April 2021) – Black & Veatch announces it once again has ranked as a leader in the power, telecommunications, water and sewer and waste space. The engineering, construction and procurement (EPC) company placed highly in four categories ...

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Fluence receives wave of orders in China and South East Asia

Fluence (FLC) has secured its first volume contract for the Yangtze River Great Production Program managed by China Three Gorges GroupHeadquartered in New York, Fluence is a leader in the decentralised water, wastewater and re-use treatment markets with its smart-product solutions —Aspiral, NIROBOX and SUBREThe Three Gorges orders, worth US$2.2 million (roughly A$2.9 million), are set to impact 11 Chinese p ...

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EKKI HOMA WINS EMERGING COMPANY AWARD

EKKI HOMA Pvt Ltd, the International Joint Venture Alliance established in 2018 between the EKKI Group of India and HOMA Group of Germany has won the Emerging Company Award from Indian Achievers’ Forum (IAF). EKKI HOMA Alliance (Image source: EKKI Pumps) HOMA has presence in more than 100 countries and is one among the top firms in the world with a complete range and technology in the waste water technology ...

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EcoShield® VpCI®-380 Topcoat for Industrial Painters

 Cortec® Corporation is pleased present   powerful EcoShield® VpCI®-380 topcoat for industrial painters.  EcoShield® VpCI®-380 is a fast drying, water-based fluoropolymer modified acrylic one-coat system that can be applied direct to metal and provides corrosion protection and weatherability on metals in harsh outdoor environments. Whether for coating railcars, structural steel, or assembly l ...

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Sindh Govt: No new industrial units without effluent treatment plant

Karachi: The Sindh Government has made it compulsory for every new industry being established in the province to set up its own effluent treatment plant. The decision to this effect was reached at a meeting chaired by Sindh Law and Environment Adviser Barrister Murtaza Wahab to review the progress on implementing the environmental laws and regulations in the province. Sindh Environment adviser said on the o ...

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ABICORP Extends $125m to ACWA Power

APICORP, a leading multilateral development financial institution, and ACWA Power, a leading Saudi developer, investor and operator of power generation and desalinated water plants worldwide, announce the signing of a $125 million 5-year Shariah-compliant corporate facility to support ACWA Power’s future growth pipeline. The agreement is aligned with APICORP and ACWA Power’s shared mission of accelerat ...

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Singapore discovers multitasking microbe for economical and safe wastewater treatment

The new strain of bacterium can remove both nitrogen and phosphorous from sewage Photo Credit: NUS, Singapore Researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have developed a new way to treat sewage that is much simpler, cheaper and greener than existing methods. Led by Associate Professor He Jianzhong from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, the ...

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Solar energy can reduce water pollution in South Asia

Increased use of solar power is one way to significantly diminish water pollution caused by coal- and oil-fired power plants Wastewater from coal-fired power plants contains high amounts of toxic chemicals (Photo by Casper Ohm) The rapid urbanisation in South Asia ushered in a wave of prosperity. It brought in technological innovation, created job opportunities and improved the lives of many people. Ho ...

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Growing water scarcity in Asia, Utilities turn to data and sensors

In many cities, tackling water leakages is among the most impactful ways to shore up water supplies. Sensors and other digital technologies make the massive task easier. Across the world, more water utilities are turning to digitalisation to improve their systems. Image: ABB Bangkok is facing a water shortage. Earlier this year, the Thai capital experienced its worst drought in nearly 40 years, leaving ...

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Uk-India MOU for Water Treatment

A new memorandum of understanding (MoU) agreed between India and the UK's leading water sector trade association will "bring a great boost" to trading relationships between the two countries, according to British Water chief executive Lila Thompson. Her comments came at the India-UK Water Partnership Forum – a virtual event which took place on 22 September 2020. The collaborative agreement has been signed b ...

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