water management Articles

  • Surface Water Management

    The update from the Government on the long term arrangements for Surface Water Management written by Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Environment, Dr Thérèse Coffey is available here. 5 action areas ...


    By Aquobex Ltd.

  • Water management miracle

    Eighteen months ago, the Townsends plant in Pittsboro, N.C., was placed in a very difficult position. The plant was severely handicapped from a lack of water and its ability to dispose of its waste process water; therefore, the plant wasn’t processing as many birds as Townsends wanted. Many plant employees feared their plant would close. “It had been an escalating problem, especially ...


    By Zentox Corporation

  • Integrated Water Management Plan

    A review of the Salton Sea Authority's Preferred Project Concept for Rehabilitating the Salton Sea The USGS Salton Sea Science Office convened an experts workshop, from ...


    By Pacific Institute

  • Water Management Pre Season Tips

    With harvest coming to an end, it is time to start thinking about preparing for tile planning and installation. From checking over tiling equipment to designing and creating tile plans, both can save time and headaches while in the field. Below are a few items to keep in mind when starting to prepare for the tiling season. At the beginning of the season before getting to installing ...


    By Ag Leader Technology

  • Applying Technology for Sustainable Water Management

    INTRODUCTION: THE EVOLUTION OF SUSTAINABILITY This paper addresses sustainability in water management— from a business perspective. It focuses on water, which is in many respects the last frontier of the natural resources puzzle. It catalogues some of the early fruit of one man’s vision to do much more with Australia’s water resources. To begin, however, some thoughts on how we have arrived ...

  • Integrated Rural Water Management in India

    Integrated Rural Water Management will look to provide ecological security of water for both domestic and livelihood needs. There will be equitable access of water to all at affordable prices. The system will be maintained locally by the Village Water and Sanitation committee and there will be a legal framework in place for both water quantity and quality maintenance. Sanitation and health will ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Introduction

    Different definitions of water governance will be reviewed and the question will be asked: Why is water governance important? Subsequently, some theoretical insights will be reviewed concerning the factors influencing successful water governance. A theoretical framework will be provided. Currently, water governance structures are often not able to deal with these factors, which require reform and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Smart Water Management: problems and solutions

    The SODA platform is open, non-proprietary with no lock-in. A layer in the platform allows Water Utilities to pick and choose solutions that are applicable to their requirements. This also gives smart network providers/data providers more opportunity to sell into Water Utilities gaining exposure. The Smart Water Modules are from experts throughout the water industry. ...


    By Red Skies

  • Improving governance in transboundary cooperation in water and climate change adaptation

    Climate change adaptation in water management is a water governance issue. While neither climate change nor water respects national borders, adaptation in water management should be treated as a transboundary water governance issue. However, transboundary water management is, in essence, more complex than national water management because the water management regimes usually differ more ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Integrated Water Management Plan Evaluation

    Untitled Document The USGS Salton Sea Science Office convened an experts workshop, from November 15-17 in Riverside, California, to evaluate ...


    By Pacific Institute

  • Canarina DESCAR software · water management · commands 25

    1/T90 (1/seconds): This coefficient considers the half life of the pollutant if this disappears by means of chemical reactions (non-conservative pollutant). This is the T90 for E.Coli. For towns with less than 10,000 inhabitants we can take a T90=2 hours (1/T90=0,5 hours-1) in the Mediterranean and T90=3 hours (1/T90=0,33 ...

  • New consumer roles in waste water management

    Abstract: Network-bound systems such as water and energy systems are increasingly confronted with environmental problems that cannot be solved without changing their modes of provision. More than any other flow provided through a network-bound system, the waste water flow comes very close to intimate personal and social life, complicating the introduction of environmental innovations in this ...


    By Taylor & Francis Group

  • Risk and Integrated Water Management (GWP, 2002)

    This paper attepmts to address different risk categories that water managers and water users are faced. It argues that risk managment is a distributive issue that cannot be treated solely as a technical matter best handled by experts. It involves the allocation of wealth and welfare between water sectors, ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Why is Germany 30 years ahead of England?

    The question is asked why Germany in the field of water management is 30 years ahead of England? In terms of the delivery of integrated urban water management technologies, Germany is indeed 20 to 30 years in advance of England. The comparison is made on 12 dimensions and illustrates how dramatic the effect of governance can be in the adoption of innovations in water management and hence the ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Water policy development and governance in the Caribbean: an overview of regional progress

    Water management institutions and arrangements in many Caribbean states have not, until recently, altered substantially for some sixty years with the current arrangements reflecting the predominant governance paradigm of a transitional colonial era. This is most obvious in the continuance of a sectoral approach to what might be referred to as the business of government. This, however, is ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Interoperability: the key for smart water management

    The integration of water processes with information and communication technologies systems offers huge opportunities in terms of efficiency gains, improved security, and overall sustainability. However, as this new field of water management – often denoted as ‘Smart Water Network’ (SWN) – is evolving, there are many different vendors, technologies and business models ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Seeking a consensus: water management principles from the monotheistic scriptures

    Religious and cultural values related to water use and management are important motivation for many people of the world. Although much has been written related to water management and use in Islam, fewer authors have attempted to evaluate water management through the lens of other religions. The common thread of monotheism, specifically worship of the one God of Abraham, binds together the ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Integrated Water Management in Senegal

    This past June the Wetlands International Supervisory Council met for the first time in Senegal where they made field visits to a number of sites, including the Ndiael Special Avifauna Reserve. The Ndiael area, a complex wetland of great value in the Sahelian zone of Africa, has over the last decades been degraded due to the diversion of water supplies upstream. The reduced water flows and ...


    By Wetlands International

  • Water governance and the importance of dynamic and adaptive management approaches

    Water governance is about developing and implementing effective and legitimate adaptive water and climate measurements in the larger whole of spatial and regional development. Water issues transcend domains (such as agriculture or recreation) and scales (such as municipal and county boundaries). They need collaboration, sharing, meeting and connecting. Realising coherence in water management ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Studies on Water Management Issues

    This book shares knowledge gained through water management related research. It describes a broad range of approaches and technologies, of which have been developed and used by researchers for managing water resource problems. This multidisciplinary book covers water management issues under surface water management, groundwater management, water quality management, and water resource planning ...


    By IWA Publishing

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