Residents could be drinking seawater by as early as August of this year. Great news, seeing as the recent rains – as heavy as they were – barely made a dent in the dam levels of the resources...
Siemens UK and Ireland has formed a strategic technology partnership with UK based engineering consultant HR Wallingford to strengthen infrastructure monitoring solutions for the water industry.
HR Wallingford has announced a strategic partnership with infrastructure and technology specialist, Siemens, in a move to radically boost infrastructure monitoring solutions for the water industry.
This meeting was to work on the preparation of the 7th World Water Forum, and particularly on the international roll-out of the King Hassan II Great World Water Prize, one of the world's highest...
Pennsylvania American Water has started water main replacement upgrade work in Lower Providence Township to improve service reliability and increase water flows for firefighting.
Akron will receive two more loans from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to continue upgrading the city’s sanitary sewer and drinking water systems.
3M’s Scotchkote Manhole Repair System, which uses a rapid curing epoxy resin originally developed for repairing battle tanks, was recognised as the best innovation in Water Dragons 2013.
United Utilities is starting work this week on a £800,000 project to ease sewer flooding in part of Whitehaven.
Japanese construction company Obayashi will provide civil engineering works for the 288MW Nam Ngiep 1 Hydropower Project in Laos.
The Libyan government is adopting a plan to rationalize water consumption, officials said last week. “Libya is located in a desert region and has very little rain,” Prime Minister Ali Zidan said at...