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  1. Jacobs Completes New State-Of-The-Art Filtration Plant For PUB In Singapore
    8/28/2019

    Jacobs announced it has successfully completed the testing and commissioning of a new, state-of-the-art Ceramic Membrane – Ozone – Biological Activated Carbon plant at the Choa Chu Kang Waterworks (CCKWW) for PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency

  2. Canada’s Competition Bureau Inquiry Underway On 'Flushable' Wipes
    8/28/2019

    Friends of the Earth is pleased with the news that Canada’s Competition Bureau has started an inquiry on alleged false and misleading advertising on 23 so-called “flushable” wipes.

  3. DuPont Announces New And Sustained Commitments Related To PFAS Chemicals
    8/28/2019

    As a responsible partner in addressing concerns about the health and environmental impacts of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), DuPont today announced a set of comprehensive commitments related to its use of these substances.

  4. DuPont Water Solutions Is W12 Congress Platinum Partner
    8/28/2019

    The first W12 Congress, sponsored by DuPont Water Solutions, will be held in Cape Town in 2020. The conference, organised by international water charity SOS NPO, will take place from 27 to 31 January, and bring together 1,500 water industry experts and key government and business figures to discuss the challenges facing major cities across the world that are at risk for a “Day Zero” scenario, where water resources are depleted and taps run dry.

  5. Government Regulations Regarding Safer Water Supply Will Remain Pivotal In Shaping The Future Of Water Treatment Market
    8/28/2019

    The global water treatment market is projected to grow 6% in 2019 and reach a total valuation of ~US$ 48,951.8M from ~US$ 46,162.7M in 2018 as per the recent market intelligence report. Demand for potable water, changing government regulations, and awareness of the negative impact of untreated water are tipped to be the primary growth drivers of the global water treatment market.

  6. Researchers Review Environmental Conditions Leading To Harmful Algae Blooms
    8/27/2019

    When there is a combination of population increase, wastewater discharge, agricultural fertilization and climate change, the cocktail is detrimental to humans and animals. The harmful cocktail produces harmful algal blooms, and many of these are toxic to humans and wildlife.

  7. Micron Waste Receives Health Canada Cannabis Research License
    8/27/2019

    Micron Waste Technologies Inc. ("Micron" or the "Company") (CSE: MWM, OTC: MICWF, Frankfurt: 7FM2), a leading developer of waste treatment systems for cannabis and food waste, today announced it has received a Health Canada Cannabis Research License to develop its aerobic waste digester technology for the treatment of cannabis waste.

  8. Water Environment Federation Honors The Public Education Work Of Water Professionals, Organizations
    8/27/2019

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) proudly announces the 2019 WEF Awards recipients for education.

  9. Water Harvester Makes It Easy To Quench Your Thirst In The Desert
    8/27/2019

    With water scarcity a growing problem worldwide, University of California, Berkeley, researchers are close to producing a microwave-sized water harvester that will allow you to pull all the water you need directly from the air — even in the hot, dry desert.

  10. Researchers Develop Better Method To Remove Toxic Dyes From Wastewater
    8/27/2019

    From health care to fracking and beyond, the ability to clean wastewater is vital in many fields. A team of Texas Tech University researchers working in advanced textiles has found a new way to remove toxic dye pollutants from wastewater, and their approach is safer, cheaper and easier than traditional methods.