Water Technologies

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The Role of Government in Promoting New Water Technologies

In the backdrop of British Water and MATIMOP’s recent water agreement facilitating cooperation on global water tenders and bilateral technologies’ access, I conducted an interview with Israel Shamay, MATIMOP’s Director of European Cooperation to hear his thoughts on the role of governments in promoting new water technologies and exports. First, a quick background on the … Continue reading

Frost & Sullivan: Water and Energy Converging – Major Trends by 2020

Hi Water Quality and Water Security Bloggers, A topic of recent interest, and being actively discussed on this blog, linkedin’s Water Security and Water Industry Process Automation and Control groups, as well as by market analysts is the Smart Water Network. Here is another F&S presentation highlighting 3 key issues: 1) Issues of Water and … Continue reading

DC Water: The Case for Innovation in the Water Industry

DC Water General Manager: George Hawkins on their Smart Water Initiatives 5 Points on the Water Industry: 1) Essential Product 2) The system is in abysmal state. Given a grade of D – by national engineering association 3) Consumers do not understand the scale and scope of the infrastructure “out of sight, out of mind” 4) … Continue reading