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WETEX 2017 attracts key industry players in water desalination, treatment, and conservation technologies

Dubai, UAE, 15 October 2017: The scarcity of drinking water in various parts of the world imposes challenges that encouraged many companies to invest in research of new technologies for water production and storage. 545 more words


New Desalination Process is Potentially Cheaper

It’s difficult to find a lot of good news on some days, but I try to look for the most relevant developments of it. The access to clean drinking water is set to become a bigger problem than it is now, and that’s with the ocean being about a third of the Earth. 216 more words

Scientific Research

Wastewater treatment may be causing deaths of fish in Baja California's Rio Hardy

While doing some research the other day, I came across some news about one of the projects some of the NGOs I focus on causing some environmental problems. 922 more words

Environmental Defense Fund

Week 2

In Donella H. Meadows’s book “Thinking in Systems: A Primer,” she presents her analysis on systems. In the introduction and first chapter, Meadows dissects systems into elements, interconnections, function, and feedback to offer a better understanding of the mechanics behind systems. 249 more words

Tuas Power-ST Marine consortium to build 5th desalination plant

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

SINGAPORE: Singapore’s fifth desalination plant will be built on Jurong Island by Tuas Power-Singapore Technologies Marine (TP-STM) consortium, national water agency PUB said on Wednesday (Sep 27).  265 more words

Current Affairs