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Spain's FCC Aqualia wins wastewater contract in Qatar

Spanish water management company FCC Aqualia has won a contract to manage the sewerage system in Al Dhakhira, Qatar, for the next 10 years.
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Demand growing for efficient produced water treatment systems in Southeast Asia

There is an intensified focus in Southeast Asia on produced water treatment technologies that are both cost-efficient and effective.
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Asian Development Bank finances rural wastewater infrastructure projects in China

The development bank has entered into a facility agreement with water and wastewater treatment solutions provider Sound Global Ltd. to improve rural wastewater management through the use of innovative technologies.
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Major new desalination plant opens in Algeria

The biggest seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant on the African continent was officially opened in Algeria this week.
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Hitachi, Veolia to build pretreatment facilities for desalination plant in Iraq

Hitachi, Ltd. and Veolia Environnement have won a contract to build pretreatment facilities for a large-scale desalination plant in Basrah, Iraq.
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Portugal faces EU action over inadequate wastewater treatment

Portugal has been criticized by the European Commission for poor implementation of the European Union's Urban Waste Water Treatment Directive.
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Widening gap between water demand, supply drives India's desalination market

India is among the most water stressed countries and industry demand for process water is increasing.
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World's largest water recycling facility to be built in Sydney, Australia

A new water recycling facility to be built in Sydney, Australia, will be the largest of its kind in the world, according to Sydney Water.
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Australia's Seqwater reverses flow to send water to dry north

Seqwater, the water utility in South East Queensland, Australia, is reversing its Northern Pipeline Interconnector (NPI) this week for the first time, in order to supply water from Brisbane to the Sunshine Coast.
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One in four big cities globally faces water stress

Tokyo, Delhi, Mexico City, Shanghai, Beijing, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro and Moscow are among the cities that face the biggest water stress.
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