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So elemental it’s everywhere

Our global water resources are unique in that all living things hold some stake in them. And for both developed and developing economies there is no more vital issue than to guarantee their populations and industries safe and adequate water supplies.

Water/Waste Processing e-News – delivered Tuesdays and highlighting water issues facing process industries and their municipal partners, whether the provision of clean water or disposal of produced.

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Dutch biological wastewater treatment technology selected in Australia

A Dutch wastewater treatment solution based on natural ingredients is to be deployed in Australia under a new contract announced on Wednesday by engineering and consultancy firm Royal HaskoningDHV.
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EPA funding helps water utilities prepare for climate change

Water utilities in more than 20 communities across the United States will receive extra funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to strengthen their climate change resilience and readiness.
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Metito invests in new thermal desalination technology

Water management company Metito has announced that it will introduce next-generation desalination and water purification technology after investing in clean-tech startup Thermal Purification Technologies Limited (TPTec).
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Water recycling project approved in San Diego

San Diego City Council has given the green light to plans to reuse wastewater for drinking.
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Why Has Phosphorus Pollution Increased In Lake Pepin?

Unprecedented algae blooms have been recorded in lakes in the upper Midwest in recent years, impacting the quality of the water, threatening fish and affecting recreational activities.
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EBRD proposes $1.9m loan to upgrade water, wastewater services in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan is set to receive a sovereign loan of up to EUR1.5 million ($1.9 million) to improve water supply and selected wastewater services in the southwest region of the country.
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Oil and gas industry needs new water treatment technologies, report finds

The oil and gas industry needs new technologies to solve its mounting water problems, according to a new report by the London Environmental Investment Forum.
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USGS: No impact on groundwater quality from Williston Basin shale development

Development of shale gas and oil reserves in the United States has revolutionized the energy industry, but debate still rages over whether the activity poses unacceptable risks to the environment.
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Scale inhibitor market worth $4.69 billion by 2019

The market for scale inhibitors, or antiscalants, is expected to continue the trend for strong growth seen in the past few years and will be worth as much as $4.69 billion in five years' time.
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Zebrafish used to test water quality in China

While many countries use zebrafish to test new drugs, China could become the first to use the fish in the fight against water pollution.
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