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Manila Water Entrust B&V to Train its Professionals in BNR Waste Water Treatment

Manila Water Company, Inc. (MWCI) has entrusted Black & Veatch to train its professionals and water industry partners in the finer points of biological nutrient removal (BNR) in wastewater treatment. Dr. James Barnard, a Global Practice and Technology Leader for Black & Veatch’s water business, and Dr. Andrew Shaw, Associate Vice President at Black & Veatch, led the knowledge transfer session. D ...

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Johor Water Treatment Plant Closes Due to Ammonia

JOHOR BAHRU: A water treatment plant at Simpang Renggam, near Ayer Hitam in Johor was shut down on Tuesday (Apr 23) due to high ammonia content readings, exceeding the level permitted by the Health Ministry. Johor International Trade, Investments and Utilities Committee Chairman Jimmy Puah said water disruption has affected 15,000 water account holders in Simpang Renggam and 8,000 in Pontian as a ...

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Shimadzu showcase products at LAOS Water 2019

This June, Shimadzu will bring its broad range of analytical instruments and process control systems to LAOWATER 2019 –Laos’ No.1 International Water and Wastewater Technology Show. Held at the National Convention Centre, Vientiane from 20-22 June 2019, Shimadzu will be joining 200 other companies and brands including Design 103 International, Hungarian Water Lao Project Consortium, Franklin Electric (SEA) ...

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Addressing Asia’s Water Challenges

Rye Brook, NY – Xylem (NYSE: XYL) President and CEO Patrick Decker will deliver a keynote address, highlighting the opportunities to leverage collaboration and technology to advance water and resource security in Asia, to industry colleagues and policymakers during the WaterLinks Forum, Manila, Philippines (25-27 September 2018). This year’s event will concentrate on the synergies between water, food and en ...

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GWE Rebrands inline with Waste to energy Focus

  Media Release – GWE – July 2018 (Attn media including energy and environment, management and sustainability, water and wastewater, food and beverage, agriculture and agribusiness processing, breweries and dairy production, meat, fish, poultry, and processed foods including snack foods, crops, including maize,  potatoes, beets, soybeans, cassava, rice, wheat, fruit including pineapples, energy crop gr ...

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India getting smart on water

Water assumes a vital role in the human framework, farming, and industry. The twentieth century saw an enormous rise in the demand for fresh water due to the expansion of population along with the growth in industries and urbanization. This rising level of water demand is directly impacting the worldwide shortage of water. Global demand for water is presently developing by 64 billion m3 (2.2 trillion ft3) p ...

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Ley Choon Group Win $14.5 Million Utility Contract

Ley Choon Group Holdings, a Singapore-based construction and engineering company, said Tuesday it has received a new contract worth S$19.6 million ($14.50 million) from the Public Utilities Board for replacement of water mains. The project involves the supply and laying of steel potable water pipelines, and will employ the traditional and proven open, cut and backfill method, the company said in an exchange ...

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Will Asia’s Cities Save The Planet?

The world’s cities will add 2.5 billion more residents by 2050, more than half of them in Asia. The effect of this great migration on climate change will depend in part on what kind of homes, factories and office buildings they live and work in. It’s a seemingly minor but significant issue that should attract attention from officials gathered at this week’s United Nations-sponsored climate talks in Bonn. Bu ...

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Finland Supporting Vietnams Clean Energy Projects

“Finland is a world leader in waste-to-energy technology, and this has proven to be a segment of singular interest to Vietnam,” said Saku Liuksia, Finpro’s programme manager of waste-to-energy and bioenergy. Saku was the leader of a delegation of 16 Finnish exhibitors to Vietwater 2017 expo ended in Ho Chi Minh City on November 10. “Vietnam has long struggled with issues of waste management, with a recent s ...

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Water-The Life Blood Of Human Existence

Water is the lifeblood of human existence. For densely populated places such as Hong Kong, the issues and challenges go beyond simply finding water sources to satisfy each household. It is also about recycling, reusing, processing sewage, desalination and flood prevention. At 'Smart Sponge City - Self Sustainable Water Cycle', part of Friday's 'Eco Asia Conference' at Eco Expo Asia (10/27-30), experts from ...

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