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Bluewater Says Million Dollar Urban Drinking Water Scarcity Challenge is Geared to Find Solutions to Clean Drinking Water Scarcity 

March 22, 2018 - in Drinking water, Featured, Water

Stockholm, Sweden, March 22, 2018 –– As the world celebrates World Water Day, Bluewater, a world leader in innovative water purification technologies, announces a global million dollar urban drinking water scarcity challenge geared to identify…

Frost & Sullivan Embraces World Water Day 2018 by Sharing 4 Promising Technologies Inspired by Nature

March 22, 2018 - in Drinking water, Water

With global water requirements increasing to 40% by 2030, according to Frost & Sullivan, now is the time to commit to ensuring the availability and…

Kimberly-Clark and Deltares Launch Innovative Tool for Sustainable Water Management

March 22, 2018 - in Drinking water, Water

DALLAS, March 22, 2018 - On World Water Day, attention is focused on the global risk of water scarcity due to increased demand and the effects of…

EU Bank Contributes Financial and Technical Support to Provide Clean Drinking Water for More Than 2 Million People in Gaza

March 21, 2018 - in Drinking water, Water

At a high-level pledging conference in Brussels today (20 March), the EIB has signed a letter of intent confirming its support for the Gaza Desalination Programme. This includes a EUR 7.1m technical assistance grant for the Palestinian Water Authority, backed…

Bluewater and 11th Hour Racing Partner with Imagine H2O to Launch

March 19, 2018 - in Drinking water, Water

San Francisco – Bluewater, a world leader in drinking water technologies and solutions, and 11th Hour Racing, a US organization that establishes strategic partnerships to promote collaborative, systemic change benefitting the health of our ocean, today launched…

Kenyan Capital’s Severe Water Shortage Threatens Most Marginalized

March 5, 2018 - in Drinking water, Water

-          Many of Kenya’s nearly 49 million inhabitants do not have access to improved water resources, with 41% dependent on rivers, ponds and wells with low water levels. In addition, 59% of the population…

Arkansas City Dedicates New 5.4 MGD Water Treatment Facility

February 26, 2018 - in Drinking water, Water

With capacity to easily expand to 6.3 MGD, the new plant provides a stable and secure source of drinking water for Arkansas City, a community of 12,000 located in south-central Kansas and surrounding customers. The new $22 million plant was built at a cost…

Momentum Grows for the North I-90 Odessa Aquifer Groundwater Replacement Project in Washington State

November 3, 2017 - in Drinking water, Water

MOSES LAKE, Wash. - Groups have formed and progress is being made regarding a solution/project to help deep well irrigators/farmers in the declining Odessa Aquifer north of I-90 and east of Moses Lake in Washington State.  The solution is to provide…

Mexico City is the Least Affordable Capital City for Drinking Water, ‘Affordability Index’ Reveals

October 17, 2017 - in Drinking water, Water

The results of the 2017 Global Water Tariff Survey’s Affordability Index, published last month by Global Water Intelligence (GWI) and the Global Water Leaders Group (GWLG), have revealed that Mexico City residents spend around 3.71% of their household income…

WaterStep Installs Safe Water Systems in Puerto Rico

October 17, 2017 - in Drinking water, Water

Louisville-based WaterStep is currently on the ground to help, arriving October 10th in the town of Vega Alta to provide water purification systems in 22 hard-hit and remote municipalities. WaterStep is working with the National Puerto Rican Leadership Council…