Trunz Water Systems’ Area Sales Manager Lars Willi spoke at the LEADERS OF TOMORROW conference in Abu Dhabi about an innovative approach to fight poverty and improve access to clean drinking water for people in rather poor regions, namely by implementing locally operated Water Shops. This concept is a triple bottom line approach: Social, Ecological and Economical!
- Trunz Water Systems AG
- 8th November 2010: LEADERS OF TOMORROW conference in Abu Dhabi
Product focus: OxyTechw² RDO Pro-X Dissolved Oxygen Sensor
We are kick starting the New Year by focusing on the OxyTechw² RDO Pro-X Dissolved Oxygen Sensor – the lastest in optical sensing technology! The sensor is the perfect choice for measuring Dissolved Oxygen in some of the more challenging wastewater, drinking water, industrial effluent and surface water environments.The OxyTechw² RDO Pro-X Dissolved Oxygen Sensor means you can easily maintain correct levels of Dissolved Oxygen and keep water treatment effective and safe, reducing wasted energy and...
EPA releases long-awaited final report on hydraulic fracturing
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Forecasting Europe’s water quality from space
Drinking water accounts for about 18% of the total fresh water abstractions in the European Union (EU). Providing safe and reliable drinking water to over 508 million inhabitants, places the water sector at the centre of environmental, social and economic decision-making. Performance efficiency in water utilities has traditionally been associated with good water quality production and reliability, providing customers a continuous supply of safe and clear water. While our freshwater resources are already limited,...
Safe Water Project Expansion in Northwestern Ontario First Nations Communities
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Aguaconsult Uses Aquagenx Compartment Bag Test in Remote Villages of Myanmar for Water Quality Monitoring
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