Drinking Water News

  1. WRI And MIT Have Figured Out How To Collect Local Water Management Data On A Global Scale

    As the world watches Cape Town’s terrifying march toward Day Zero, the question of how other cities are managing their water is increasingly important.

  2. Endress+Hauser Announces Picomag Electromagnetic Flowmeter

    Endress+Hauser announces the Picomag electromagnetic flowmeter, an in-line transmitter for measuring temperature and flow of conductive liquids in pipe sizes ranging from ½” to 2”, such as drinking and industrial water.

  3. Study Says Pipe Failures Cause For Concern: Break Rates For Almost Half Of U.S. Water Mains Up More Than 40% In Six Years

    Utah State University's (USU) Buried Structures Laboratory has published a second comprehensive study on break rates of the most commonly used water pipe materials titled, "Water Main Break Rates In the USA and Canada: A Comprehensive Study."

  4. Hagihon And TaKaDu Renew Contract For Another Three Years

    Jerusalem water corporation Hagihon has extended its agreement with TaKaDu, a global leader in Integrated Event Management solutions, for another three years.

  5. Lithuanians Are Developing Drinking Water Treatment Technology Which Keeps It Microbe Free For Months

    Researchers at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU, Lithuania) are developing drinking water disinfection technology, which not only destroys microorganisms, but also provides long-term protection against wide range of them.

  6. Dr John Attridge Presents On 'Traceability And Linearisation Of In Situ Fluorescence Measurements Using The New V-Lux Sensor' At The SWIG Workshop, 7 March 2018 At Clare College, Cambridge

    Dr Attridge presenting on “Traceability and linearisation of in situ fluorescence measurements using the new V-Lux sensor” at the SWIG “Latest developments in water sensors" Workshop on 7 March at Clare College, Cambridge.

  7. New Study: Snowpack Levels Show Dramatic Decline In Western States

    A new study of long-term snow monitoring sites in the western United States found declines in snowpack at more than 90 percent of those sites – and one-third of the declines were deemed significant.

  8. NEWgenerator Will Bring Clean Water And Energy To South Africa

    A device developed by University of South Florida engineers that turns wastewater into clean water, energy and nutrients will soon be headed to South Africa.

  9. Fluence's NIROBOX Continues To Expand Its Global Reach

    Fluence Corporation Limited is pleased to announce its continued global growth, winning contracts in the Philippines and Argentina, to provide its award-winning NIROBOX smart decentralized water treatment solutions.

  10. KPR Mill Switched To KMS PURON MBR Technology

    Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. (KMS), a global leader in membrane filtration technologies, announced today that it has provided PURON Membrane Bio-Reactor (MBR) modules as part of a system upgrade to the wastewater treatment facility of KPR Mill Limited. KPR Mill is one of the largest apparel manufacturing companies in India.