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Revealing the identity of all wastewater treatment microbes

Work in Denmark has laid the foundations for identifying all the microbes in wastewater treatment systems and anaerobic digesters around the world with the...

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US invests $1 billion to tackle PFAS

As part of its on-going mission to tackle emerging contaminants, such as PFAS – also known as ‘forever chemicals’ – the US has announced...

Asian SDGs thwarted by climate hazards, finds ADB-UN report

The impacts of climate change are disrupting countries in the Asia and Pacific region in their efforts to meet their Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),...
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Shift to Renewable Polymers

Watch this 12-minute on-demand webinar, to learn about pioneering customer cases from Cities who are shifting away from conventional fossil-based polymers, toward renewable solutions. Topics...
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The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) has released an updated version of the general Global Water Tool (GWT) with some of the...

World Water Congress moves to 2022

IWA’s upcoming World Water Congress & Exhibition in Copenhagen, Denmark, has been moved forward to September 2022. The decision to postpone was taken due to...

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Moving from the shadows – Putting leakage management centre stage in...

Leakage is a global problem that risks water security, sustainable supplies and good-quality services. Bill Kingdom outlines the measures that utilities can take to...