non-revenue-water News

  • Pöyry assists in reducing non-revenue water in Kenya

    PÖYRY PLC          Press release 11 August 2011 at 11.00 a.m.Pöyry's Water & Environment business group has been awarded a EUR 1.1 million contract for a non-revenue water supply project by the Coastal Water Service Board, funded by the International Development Association (IDA) ...


    By Pöyry Energy

  • Kocaeli Water and Sewerage Administration Relies on Itron Consulting Services and Technology to Reduce Non-Revenue Water

    Itron, Inc. (NASDAQ: ITRI) and Manas, Inc. announced today that they were awarded a contract to supply and deliver a comprehensive water solution to Kocaeli Water and Sewage Administration (ISU). ISU, a regional water utility in Turkey, purchased Itron’s commercial and industrial (C&I) water meters, advanced data collection system and software, ...


    By Itron Inc

  • Kick-off pilot project - More grip on water quality in agriculture

    Together with Water Board Aa en Maas, farmers, knowledge institutes and technology companies, Eijkelkamp Soil & Water started a pilot project about getting more grip on water quality in agriculture with online measuring. On Wednesday 3rd October the pilot project started with a official kick-off. The kick-off got a lot of (Dutch) media attention:  ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Leaks on Large-Diameter Trunk Mains – More Than Just Non-Revenue Water Reduction

    Providing safe, reliable access to clean water is a major challenge for utilities around the world considering that roughly 12 billion gallons of water are lost every day globally. While many utilities are aware of the importance of reducing Non-Revenue Water (NRW), reducing it can be a challenge. The World Bank estimates ...

  • Preventive medicine: City of Montreal reduces non-revenue water loss with leak detection program using Sahara Technology

    The City of Montreal believes that the best medicine is preventative medicine, especially as it applies to its water network. Montreal has an impressive water system that supplies drinking water to a population of nearly 1.9 million people. Since 2002, the historic city, the second largest metropolis in Canada, began a long-term major rehabilitation of ...

  • Spanish water revenues rise as results pick up pace

    FCC Aqualia today reported a 5.8% rise in revenue to €244.9 million in the first quarter of 2018. The additional sales were generated by its Czech SmVaK water distribution business, by the El Alamein desalination plant which is under construction in Egypt, and by new wastewater O&M contracts in Burgos, Madrid and La Rioja, Spain. Meanwhile, Aqualia’s EBITDA rose 1.4% to €51.9 ...

  • Significant Water-Reuse Revenue Growth Expected by Mid-2018

    In survey, industry insiders rank importance of perceived market drivers, including water scarcity and cost The publication Water. desalination + reuse recently surveyed a diverse pool of 347 industry professionals from around the world on the factors driving market development in ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • U.S. Water/Wastewater Industry Rises to $136 Billion in Revenues

    The U.S. water and wastewater industry grew 3.2% in 2010 and is expected to grow at a faster but still modest rate of 4.4% in 2011 to $136 billion in revenues, according to new research by Environmental Business International Inc., publisher of Environmental Business Journal. "Population growth, scarcity, and the need to replace or upgrade old infrastructure or develop new infrastructure have ...

  • Non-chemical solutions for hard water scale

    Fluid Dynamics International, UK, has been helping farmers to solve hard water problems. The water supply to Hunter Farms in Tennessee, USA, is very hard (480ppm), and they had serious scaling in their chicken house self-watering system and their cool cells and egg room humidifiers. The drippers that provide drinking water for the chickens needed cleaning or replacement every sixty days and, with ...

  • IFLEXX Meeting 2018: German petroleum industry discusses modern data exchange

    On Tuesday, leading representatives of the German petroleum industry came together for the 14th IFLEXX meeting in Bochum. Organized by Hamburg-based IT and consulting company Implico, the all-day meeting was attended by a total of 14 companies from the refinery, tank terminal, trade, service station, software and consulting ...


    By Implico Group

  • Kurita´s DRANCO PROCESS™

    Japan's largest vertical dry methane fermentation facility was completed ready for start of operations from October 2018. Kurita Water Industries Ltd. will expand proposals of Kurita DRANCO PROCESS™, which achieves more than double the biogas production of existing technology, to both industrial and municipal waste treatment facilities. Read the official press release for ...


    By Kurita

  • Environmental industry revenues reported

    Revenues derived by Canadian businesses from sales of environmentally-related goods and services amounted to $4.1 billion in 2008. Of this total, just under $2.3 billion in revenues were derived from sales of environmental goods manufactured in Canada, while sales of environmental services accounted for $1.8 billion. Slightly more than 40% of the revenues from environmental goods, about $966 ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Smart Water Networks Will Surpass $3.3 Billion in Annual Revenue by 2022

    With the world’s water systems under increasing pressure, water utilities are looking to smart network technologies to meet growing demand and tough environmental targets, reduce non-revenue water losses, and improve operational efficiency. The smart water networks market is attracting a wide range of new players and presenting established players with the opportunity to expand their ...

  • AQE 2018 Seminar on Clean Air Zones

    AQE 2018 (Telford, 21+22 Nov), the Air Quality & Emissions event, will include a seminar organised by the EIC on 21st November focusing on solutions for the management and delivery of Clean Air Zones (CAZs). CAZs are a major part of the Government’s plans to ensure compliance with EU limit values for NOx pollution and twelve cities are currently actively considering introducing ...

  • Don’t Just Replace a Check Valve, Upgrade It!

    Just over 300 miles northwest of Santa Monica, CA, where the world’s first marine outfall was installed in 1910, check valves are being re-designed and engineered for outfalls all over the world. Outfalls – which are essentially discharge points of a waste stream into rivers, drains, sewers, or other bodies of water – are located in thousands of places across the planet. Many of ...


    By Proco Products, Inc.

  • Ecolab and Trucost Expand Water Risk Monetizer to Include Revenue at Risk Assessment

    The Water Risk Monetizer, industry’s first publicly available financial modeling tool that enables businesses to factor current and future water risks into decision making, now provides users with insights into how water scarcity impacts ...


    By Trucost Plc

  • Non-Ferrous report

    Prices have moved up and down throughout the week, in quite significant swings, but have now returned to a level that makes it look as though nothing has really altered all that much. This demonstrates the current volatility of the markets, with prices affected almost daily, but with no real overall impact seen as yet.  The markets will most likely be quieter over the Easter break and possibly ...

  • Non-financial reporting

    “The plenary of the European Parliament adopted on 15 April 2014 the directive on disclosure of non-financial and diversity information by certain large companies and groups. The directive will enter into force once adopted by the Council and published in the EU Official Journal. Companies concerned will need to disclose information on policies, risks and outcomes as regards environmental ...


    By Tofuture Oy

  • NON CHEMICAL WATER TREATMENTS PROTECT FOUNTAINS FROM SCALING

    Leader in non chemical water treatment systems launches FountainClear  a special non chemical  package for  protecting fountains against bacteria and scaling.   Fluid Dynamics International – a world leader in treating water without using chemicals has launched   FountainClear its new package for the non  chemical treatment of ...

  • Frost & Sullivan: demand spike for emergency process water set to double mobile water treatment market revenues

    Escalating demand for high-purity water in industrial and potable applications has triggered growth in the world mobile water treatment market across both mature and emerging economies. Mobile water treatment systems offer purified water for a short term for emergencies, ensuring that production cycles are not hampered. The need for emergency responses in instances, such as plant downtime, ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

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