In an attempt to ‘greenify’ the UAE’s Western Region desert, (some claim in the hope of creating a milder micro-climate in the UAE) more than 100 million trees have been planted, often as buffer zones like the one depicted, and irrigated, mostly,...
California is getting some much needed rain this week, but more than two-thirds of the state is still in extreme drought conditions, and that has the state thinking about alternative ways of getting water
National water agency PUB and Japanese firm Meiden Singapore yesterday jointly opened a S$10.3 million demonstration plant capable of treating and recycling industrial used water, in a bid to recover every drop of water used here.
Saudi Arabia plans to allocate approximately US $18bn on new desalination plants by 2020 in a bid to meet the rising demand of consumers, Asharq Al-Awsat daily reported.
The construction of a new Lions Gate secondary wastewater treatment plant is the top priority in Metro Vancouver for funding under the federal government's recently announced National Building Canada Fund.
Most Lake Station, Ind. residents cannot drink water directly from their taps without some boiling or filtering, but a new, nearly $11 million water treatment plant on Union Street should change that within two months.
A simple test of electrical conductivity could be used as a parameter for water quality, according to new research published in the Journal of Tropical and Agricultural Sciences. The research investigated whether this single parameter could be used...
Muscat: The Oman government is planning to substantially raise the country's water desalination capacity, to meet the projected demand from households across the country within the next six years.
ABU DHABI: The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) on Wednesday organised a panel discussion on sustainable water use led by international experts targeting organisations.
It seems that every day there is a news story about the diminishing water supply in various areas of the U.S. and around the world. According to the Water Resources Group, water demand is expected to exceed current supply by 40 percent by 2030....