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

Swimming Through the Garbage Patch

Swimming Through the Garbage Patch

On August 25, 1875, a 27-year-old steamship captain named Matthew Webb became the first person to swim the English Channel unassisted. It took him a little under 22 hours to swim from Dover to Calais, and the journey made him internationally famous. Today his feat seems so… well, 1875. Why

Data, Data, and More Data

Data, Data, and More Data

From 2012–2016, the state of California was under the spell of one of the worst droughts in history. During this four-year time frame, we witnessed expensive media campaigns urging residents to reduce their use, and some cities in the Central Valley actually started rationing water supply for residents. With the

Backflow Prevention Methods

Backflow Prevention Methods

Without a source of clean, safe water, neither individuals nor communities can survive. So perhaps the greatest invention of any civilization is a way to ensure clean, safe water. Supplying clean, potable water is both complicated and straightforward. The actual process is a relatively simple series of steps (extraction from

The Mayor of Nowhere at All

The Mayor of Nowhere at All

Few of us these days can claim to have lived in the same location since birth; the average American makes more than 11 moves over a lifetime, with jobs, school, and other changes often sending us clear across the country. Still, there are some people who remain where they started

Reader Profile: Ian Peshel

Reader Profile: Ian Peshel

IAN PESHEL, CEM, MSE, believes the facility management position is viewed now more than ever as a way to help businesses increase bottom-line revenue. “They don’t want facilities to be just an expense,” says Peshel, director of facilities for City Furniture, a large south Florida-based furniture retailer with one million

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