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These seven grantees are testing new and cost-effective solutions to water challenges around the world. DIV is supporting a solution that will bring treated drinking water to more than 5 million people, all for approximately $.50 per person per year.
Degrémont has strengthened its presence in Africa, winning four new water treatment plant construction and refurbishment contracts worth a total of Euro 40 million. In Luanda, Angola, EPAL has chosen Degrémont for the
Bay Area beach-goers can expect a long healthy summer at the water's edge: water quality at most Bay Area beaches remains clean and clear, according to a report released Thursday. Almost all Bay Area beaches had zero or very low levels of bacteria
Zimbabwean researcher Peter Morgan was on Thursday named the winner of the 2013 Stockholm Water Prize for developing low-cost, practical water and sanitation methods. "Many currently existing solutions to provide clean water and sanitation are
After spending some time with her hubby in France, Jessica Biel got back in to the routine on Wednesday (May 22) as she took her dogs out for a walk in New York City. Stylishly clad in a grey-and-white striped skirt and a denim jacket, the Playing
AUMA's commission for over 350 actuators and controls has successfully been completed for the North Doha sewage treatment plant. AUMA's technology <
The Record Residents and others seeking to weigh in on clean-up plans at a Ringwood Superfund site have until May 28 to submit their final round of comments or recommendations to the federal Environmental Protection Agency. Last June, the EPA
He's been involved in Dubai's sewage treatment for a quarter of a century, and is now director of Dubai's sewage treatment plants. In a crisp, white, immaculately clean dishdasha, or full length robe, he cuts a slightly incongruous figure at the city'
Combating Dubai's raw sewage woes 20 May 2013 Last updated at 19:39 ET The fast pace of development in Dubai means that infrastructure has often failed to keep up. Just a few years ago, sewage trucks would queue for up to 24 hours to ditch their
R.I. (AP) A new $28 million wastewater treatment plant is being planned for Rhode Island's Central Landfill. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/MtnrP1) the plant is designed to pretreat water from the lagoons around the Johnston landfill