water management industry Articles

  • The Importance of a Good Water Management Program in Industry

    This article gives an overview of the problematic concerning water in industry. Basic principles are discussed to implement sustainable solutions in the current economical situation. The current environmental situation creates a tendency to close water networks in industry . One must take this reality into consideration in the coming years as the ...


  • Water Industry on the Eco Wave?

    A wave of privatization is rolling through the water industry – at the environment‘s expense? In order to provide an answer to this question, the Environmental-Rating agency oekom research AG, Munich, put a number of water supply companies and manufacturers of water appliances to the environmental test. In results published today, oekom identifies the British water supplier Severn Trent as the ...


    By oekom research AG

  • The transition in Dutch water management

    Abstract  Over the past decades, the Dutch people have been confronted with severe water-related problems, which are the result of an unsustainable water system, arising from human interventions in the physical infrastructure of the water system and the water management style. The claims of housing, industry, infrastructure and agriculture have resulted in increasing pressure on the water ...


    By Springer

  • Asset management in the water industry - the valve actuator`s perspective

    Sector: Water & Effluent Treatment Category: Electric Actuators, Control Networks, Services Products: IQ3 Standard, IQ Insight 2, Pakscan, Retrofit The water and effluent treatment industries have not been slow to recognise the benefits of effective asset management resulting from the gathering and analysis of accurate and relevant data ...


    By Rotork plc

  • Asset Management in the Water Industry - the Valve Actuator`s Perspective

    The water and effluent treatment industries have recognised the benefits of effective asset management resulting from the gathering and analysis of accurate and relevant data from out in the plant. The data identifies the condition of the equipment and gives the operator a real-time view of the plant. Monitoring the data over time enables the operator to avoid unplanned interruptions and plan ...


    By Rotork plc

  • 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

  • Implementation of Green Productivity Management in Airline Industry

    ABSTRACT: Compilation and implementation of green productivity mechanism in each governmental and non-governmental organization has several environmental, social and economic achievements. In this paper for management of green productivity in Iran Aseman Airline Company current situation are analyzed such as the consumption of energy, water, airplanes fuel and evaluating environmental pollutants. ...

  • Geodrilling: Managing Water Supply in Italy

    In recent years there has been significant reorganisation in the Italian water sector to conform to the rules set out in the European Union Water Directive concerning the control of water pollution and the consistency of water tariffs. There have been some successes, particularly where companies in the industrial and commercial sectors, who manage their own water supplies, have had some ...


    By Geoquip Water Solutions

  • Best Practice Water Management in Wineries

    In the past, wineries have had the reputation of using large amounts of water, with an estimated ratio of 20 litres of water being needed to make one litre of wine. But that was the past. Today, leading wineries are able to produce a litre of wine using only two litres of water.  Leading practitioners in the wine industry have shown over the last decade that there are many opportunities to ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Water

    Water is the most valuable asset on earth, which determines to a significant extent the development of life in all corners of the world. 95% of the amount of water on earth is chemically bound in rocks making it impossible to utilize and be part of the hydrological cycle. ...


    By Palaplast

  • Cross-scale governance and the analysis of policy implementation for water management, with particular regard to climate adaptation, industrial pollution and impacts of agriculture

    This paper explores cross-scale governance between the European Union (EU) and Member State level arising from the identification of key policy priorities by stakeholders in six river basins across Europe and their relationship to EU policy development and implementation. Particular emphasis is given to interpretation of Good Ecological Status in implementing the EU Water Framework Directive, ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The impact of regulation, ownership and business culture on managing corporate risk within the water industry

    Although the specifics of water utility ownership, regulation and management culture have been explored in terms of their impact on economic and customer value, there has been little meaningful engagement with their influence on the risk environment and risk management. Using a literature review as the primary source of information, this paper maps the existing knowledge base onto two critical ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Corporate Reporting on Water - A Review of Eleven Global Industries

    Water is a crucial resource for nearly all industry activities. Yet decreasing water availability, declining water quality, and growing water demands from nonindustrial water users are creating new challenges to businesses that have traditionally taken clean and reliable water for granted. Around the world, corporations are now facing diverse water risks, including changing allotments, more ...


    By Pacific Institute

  • An essential resource: water management, conservation, and preservation

    Sustainable water resource management is the next major global target that will lead corporations, governments, and others to develop system-wide solutions for water, public health, carbon, and energy use. A standardized and certifiable water footprint methodology is necessary to measure, assess, and reduce water usage impacts on humans and the environment. This discussion addresses the issues, ...

  • Territorial cohesion and water management in Europe: the spatial perspective

    This report considers the links between water management in the EU — especially the implementation of the Water Framework Directive (WFD) — and territorial cohesion (1), in the perspective of spatial analysis (2) and spatial planning (3). It looks at the role of spatial analysis and planning for the implementation of the Directive as well as related provisions such as the Floods ...

  • An inexact multi-objective programming model for water resources management in industrial parks of Binhai New Area, China

    In recent years, Binhai New Area of Tianjin has been suffering severe water shortage due to climate change and industrial activities. Integrated and effective water resources management approaches are urgent for the sustainable development of industrial parks in Binhai New Area. However, uncertainties exist in many aspects of the water resources system and are inevitably problematic for water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Employing flexible data management solutions that deliver improved productivity and quality in the water and environmental industry

    This article will discuss the industry trends and challenges environmental monitoring organizations face today and will demonstrate how the use of a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) allows managers to make informed decisions to improve throughput, resolve environmental issues and risks faster, all while enabling organizations to comply with strict regulatory guidelines. An ...

  • Water management solutions minimize flood damage

    Human societies around the world have used timber as a building material for thousands of years. As wood is the only significant biological building material we are naturally inclined to believe that using wood in construction is good for the environment. As a matter of fact the environmental benefits of using timber are not straightforward: although it is a natural product, a large amount of ...


    By Geoplast US Corp.

  • Energy, climate change, and sustainable water management

    The prevailing analysis of a truly sustainable water system or utility has both expanded and deepened within the industry and at the Environmental Protection Agency. The author cites water resources as one of many areas that already manifest profound effects from climate change and says it is time to start planning and building for a very different future if we are to avoid disruptions to our ...


    By Bloomberg BNA

  • Analysing the terminology of integration in the water management field

    The idea that water management should take an integrated approach has become the global paradigm over the past two decades. This new paradigm has come to be known by many different names. This paper explores the use, history and meaning of these competing terms, and discusses the possible implications of this term-proliferation. The literature indicates that a minimum of 26 distinct terms have ...


    By IWA Publishing

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