Veolia to build drinking water network in Sri Lanka
Mott MacDonald buys up Wideurope Engineering
UK-based global consultancy Mott MacDonald has acquired Wideurope Engineering, whose portfolio features a number of power and desalination plants in the Middle East and south west Asia.
AMTA's Hall of Fame honours industry pioneers
A raft of industry awards was unveiled at the Membrane Technology Conference 2017, including AMTA's four-strong Hall of Fame 2017, which recognises pioneering careers in membrane technology.
Singapore to raise water rates by 30 per cent
Singapore's finance minister has announced a rise in domestic water prices of 30 per cent over the next two years, citing the cost of desalination and water reuse.
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Australia steps up investment in water projects
The Australian government has put out a call for expressions of interest from state and territory governments to access a round of funding for water projects worth AUD 200 million ($154 million).
View from the Membrane Technology Conference 2017
The Membrane Technology Conference (MTC) 2017 is in full swing in Long Beach, California, and talk on the show floor reflects a mix of aspirations and concerns.
American Chemistry Council wants bigger say on new EPA panel
The American Chemistry Council has called on the US Environmental Protection Agency to expand its new Science Advisory Committee on Chemicals (SACC) to include representatives from the chemicals industry, reports Chemical Watch.
PUB picks CH2M Hill to develop detailed designs for Tuas project
Singapore's PUB has appointed CH2M Hill Singapore as detailed design consultant for the Tuas Water Reclamation Plant, after a pre-qualification exercise.