The reasons behind the popularity of the sanitary well as a safe water source were, firstly it was easy to install, operate and maintain. Additionally, it was cost-effective and could be done at the community level.
Smart and Sustainable solutions are in high demand by the customer as it helps to reduce energy and chemical consumption and also improve water conservation which in turn is cost effective and reduces labor.
Recognizing rising water-energy nexus pressures, a range of water utilities around the world are developing innovative solutions to reduce these pressures.
It is hard to think of a resource more precious, and more important, than water. Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) strives to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
According to the findings of a new report which I recently read, the global market for water infrastructure repair technology (WIRT) market reached USD 68.8 billion in 2016. And it is expected to reach USD 92.3 billion by 2021.
Some steps can be taken that should help minimize the emotional impacts of droughts, both in rural areas of the world as well as in urban areas. The three that are most important are education, technology, and realization.
Blue-Green Infrastructure (BGI) is a strategically planned network of natural and semi-natural areas, ranging in size from rain gardens right up to green streets, that are designed and managed to deliver a wide range of environmental,…
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) estimates that the APAC region currently spends just USD 18.5 billion on water and sanitation, against the nearly USD 50 billion required annually to ensure sustainable development.
In the Asia Pacific region, the Asian Development Bank estimates that 80% of water resources are used for agricultural irrigation. This high percentage has management implications.