Tag: Water

WaterLinks Forum 2016: Building Climate-Resilient Water Utilities in Asia

2-day international conference, workshop and trade exhibition on the latest solutions, tools and interactions of Asia’s water and wastewater operators in a complex environment made more volatile by climate change. Forum will highlight, and will strive to upscale the adaptations, investments and collaborations among regional water utilities that have helped

WaterLinks Forum 2016: Building Climate-Resilient Water Utilities in Asia

2-day international conference, workshop and trade exhibition on the latest solutions, tools and interactions of Asia’s water and wastewater operators in a complex environment made more volatile by climate change. Forum will highlight, and will strive to upscale the adaptations, investments and collaborations among regional water utilities that have helped

15th Everything About Water EXPO 2018

The 15th EverythingAboutWater Expo 2018 will be held on August 23-25, 2018 | Hall No. 12A, Pragati Maidan, Delhi, India

The Expo will be one of the most unique and comprehensive annual water events in India showcasing latest technologies in the water and wastewater management sector. Also recognized as South Asia’s

Asean Sustainable Energy Week 2017

ASEAN’s Largest International Exhibition and Conference on Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency and Environmental Technology– the combination event of 3 shows
The event will showcase cutting-edge equipment and technology – including the latest Wind & Solar Power systems. Also featured will be systems designed around Thermal, Hydro-power, Biogas, Biomass and other revolutionary

International Conference on Water Management Modeling (ICWMM)

The ICWMM brings together professionals from around the world to exchange ideas on current practices and emerging technologies in water management. Emphasis is on state-of-the-art computer modeling for resolving water quantity and quality problems in stormwater, wastewater, watershed and water distribution systems.

Identification of Wetland Plants in Winter

Wetland plants, also known as hydrophytes or hydrophytic vegetation, have adaptations that enable them to grow and reproduce with their roots in water or saturated soil for at least part of the year. In contrast, plants that cannot survive in saturated conditions are commonly referred to as upland plants.

Along with

Cigarettes Can Be Good for You—If You’re a Bird

Cigarettes Can Be Good for You—If You’re a Bird

Along with discarded plastic of various kinds—plastic bags, drinking straws, fast-food containers, and the like—cigarette butts are one of the most widespread forms of trash in storm drains and waterways. They’re small enough to pass through many coarse filters, yet collectively they add up to tons of material—as much as

When Disaster Disrupts a Conveyance System

When Disaster Disrupts a Conveyance System

The US experienced an historic number of weather and climate events in 2017—16 different disasters with damages over a billion dollars, according to NOAA. These events included one drought, two floods, one freeze, eight severe storms, three tropical cyclones, and one wildfire that together resulted in the deaths of 362

Down in the Trenches

Down in the Trenches

Kids building castles in the beach sand have something uniquely in common with contractors putting in sophisticated pipe networks or skyscraper foundations. Whether scraping out the dirt for King Arthur’s moat, or excavating for new municipal infrastructure, both require digging the trench and supporting that pit. The enterprising young engineers

Enhancing the Human Condition

Enhancing the Human Condition

Throughout the heavy equipment industry, a significant labor shortage of experienced operators is universally acknowledged. The situation has become so dire that, according to Jeff Drake—business area manager for earthmoving machine control systems, Trimble—some contractors are “importing” operators from other states.

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