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Apr 12, 2024
East Sussex treatment works gets €9.1 million water quality upgrade
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Apr 9, 2024
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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced $73.7 million (€67 million) from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda for Colorado drinking water and clean water infrastructure upgrades. The funding is part of the over $50 billion (€46 billion) investment in water infrastructure upgrades from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law... [Read More]

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Mar 27, 2024
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The team behind London’s super sewer is getting ready to start commissioning one of the UK’s largest new infrastructure projects. The Thames Tideway Tunnel is a 25 km tunnel which has been constructed up to 67 m below London from Acton in the west to Stratford in the east and once complete, will prevent around 95% of the sewage pollution that currently spills directly... [Read More]

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Mar 27, 2024
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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced $42.9 million (€40 million) from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda for Montana drinking water and clean water infrastructure upgrades. This funding is part of the over $50 billion (€46 million) investment in water infrastructure upgrades from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law –... [Read More]

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Mar 26, 2024
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Ecolab is proactively addressing the global water crisis to advance sustainable solutions in line with the goals of the Singapore Green Plan 2030. Nalco Water, Ecolab’s water brand, has just opened a new wastewater treatment plant in Shell Jurong Island, Singapore. Commencing operations earlier this year, this facility is designed to handle variable bio-treater wastewater.... [Read More]

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Mar 25, 2024
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Cornwall’s ongoing issue with a lack of facilities able to treat septic waste could be replicated in other parts of the UK, according to one leading equipment manufacturer. With South West Water turning septage tankers away from its treatment works during what have now become prolonged periods of heavy rainfall, some residents have been unable to flush their toilets... [Read More]

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Mar 19, 2024
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A project which could significantly reduce the amount of greenhouse gas produced during the treatment of wastewater is being pioneered by the University of South Wales (USW). The project, named OXYHYWATER is in partnership with Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water (DCWW) and could lead to major cuts in greenhouse gas emissions. OXYHYWATER is a novel form of wastewater treatment being... [Read More]

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Mar 19, 2024
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Thames Water is set to upgrade two water treatment works in London so that the company continues to deliver a secure supply of high-quality drinking water for customers across the capital. During Price Review 19 (PR19), industry regulator Ofwat made a provision for Thames Water to investigate resilience risks and identify the required solutions to improve London’s... [Read More]

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Mar 18, 2024
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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced $42.9 million (€39.3 million) from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda for New Mexico to implement drinking water and clean water infrastructure upgrades. The funding is part of the over $50 billion (€45 billion) investment in water infrastructure upgrades from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure... [Read More]

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Mar 11, 2024
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Canada’s Thordon Bearings is playing a vital role in providing water to arid regions, with the installation of axial shaft seals and filtration systems to the world’s largest irrigation project in India. The Kaleshwaram Lift Irrigation Scheme (KLIS) in Telangana, India, has been constructed in a region characterised by water scarcity, aiming to efficiently utilise... [Read More]

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Mar 11, 2024
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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced $358 million (€327 million) from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda for Texas to implement drinking water and clean water infrastructure upgrades. The funding is part of the over $50 billion (€45 billion) investment in water infrastructure upgrades from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure... [Read More]

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Mar 5, 2024
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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced $64.8 million (€60 million) from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda for Oklahoma to implement drinking water and clean water infrastructure upgrades. The funding is part of the over $50 billion (€46 billion) investment in water infrastructure upgrades from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure... [Read More]

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Mar 4, 2024
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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced $53 million (€61 million) from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda for Arkansas to implement drinking water and clean water infrastructure upgrades. The funding is part of the over $50 billion (€46 billion) investment in water infrastructure upgrades from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure... [Read More]

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Feb 29, 2024
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Robbie Moore MP, UK government minister for water, has addressed the demand gap in resources during his keynote address at British Water’s International Reception, which took place in London on 19 February. He called for greater collaboration and innovation in finding solutions. “Growing demand for water and more intensive periods of drought are projected to create... [Read More]

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Feb 28, 2024
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United Utilities is starting work on a further three projects in Bolton in the UK to improve the water quality of four brooks in the area. The North West’s water company is spending £38 million (€44 million) to reduce the amount of times that storm overflows operate in heavy rainfall from sites in Astley Bridge, Dunscar Bridge and Firwood industrial estate. A... [Read More]

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Feb 23, 2024
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The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced $42.9 million (€39.5 million) from President Biden’s Investing in America agenda for North Dakota drinking water and clean water infrastructure upgrades. The funding is part of the over $50 billion (€46 billion) investment in water infrastructure upgrades from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure... [Read More]

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Feb 20, 2024
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Thames Water has reached the final stages of its project to protect future water supply across Swindon in the UK. The £45 million (€52 million) project includes a new 13.7 km pipeline which runs between Faringdon and Blunsdon. Construction of the Faringdon to Blunsdon pipeline commenced in May 2021 and is due to come into service this spring, with the overall project... [Read More]


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