Water Network News

  • GUTERMANN and VEOLIA sign a landmark supply contract for Lyon

    Gutermann AG, a Switzerland-based global leader in advanced leak detection technologies, and Société Eau du Grand Lyon SAS, a fully owned Veolia company have signed a multi-million Euro supply contract for fixed network leak monitoring technology for the city of Grand Lyon. As part of the contract, GUTERMANN will supply 5,500 correlating radio loggers of the type ZONESCAN 820 for ...


    By Gutermann AG

  • Aqualogy Joins SWAN, a Worldwide Industry Forum Promoting More Efficient, Smarter Water Networks

    Water management specialist Aqualogy today announced that it has joined SWAN, the Smart Water Networks Forum, a worldwide industry forum which promotes the use of data-driven technologies in water networks, making them smarter, more efficient and more sustainable. Aqualogy is focussed on the development of sustainable innovations to shape the future of water networks. Through a range of smart ...


    By SUEZ Advanced Solutions UK

  • Rotork CVA delivers accurate pressure control for city’s water supply network

    Rotork’s innovative CVA electric control valve actuators are enabling the Sydney Water Corporation in Australia to control the pressure in the city’s water supply network with greatly increased response and accuracy. Water authorities need to control the supply pressure in their potable water pipeline networks throughout the day in response to user demand. Pipeline pressure also needs ...


    By Rotork plc

  • MPs consider Lords Amendments to the Water Bill

    MPs have accepted a range of final amendments to the Water Bill on Wednesday 7th May 2014 including provisions for exits by incumbent companies when the non-household market opens for retail competition in 2017. The Water Bill was introduced into the Commons on 27th June 2013 to make provisions about the water industry. The Bill has now concluded its 'ping-pong' parliamentary stages and now ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • 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 ...

  • New BaSYS-MIKE URBAN® Interface

    Thanks to a new interface, MIKE URBAN® users are now able to combine their familiar modelling tool with the advantages of the technical applications offered by the Network Information System BaSYS. The developer BARTHAUER SOFTWARE provides comprehensive tools for managing the complete life cycle of supply and disposal networks. The interaction of two expert tools enables network planners and ...


    By Barthauer Software GmbH

  • Unitywater Announces A Contract with TaKaDu

    Australian water utility, Unitywater, today announced an initial contract with TaKaDu, a global leader in water network monitoring technology. Unitywater has been focused on improving its network efficiency, reducing water losses and saving costs. TaKaDu’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution will ...


    By TaKaDu

  • TaKaDu Announces Indaqua Contract Extension

    TaKaDu today announced extending its contract with Indaqua for an additional two years and expanding their water network monitoring service to the municipality of Santa Maria de Feira. Indaqua is a Portuguese private leader on water distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, operating the concessions of six municipalities. The group began working with TaKaDu last summer to cover two of ...


    By TaKaDu

  • Earth Day 2013: Sensus and Utilities Prove Smart Water Networks Conserve Water

    On Earth Day and every day, Sensus, a leading utility infrastructure company, partners with water utilities worldwide to conserve water through leak detection and ...

  • Sensus Delivers 1 Millionth iPERL Meter to the City of O’Fallon on World Water Day

    Sensus, a leading utility infrastructure company, is celebrating World Water Day with the delivery of its 1 millionth iPERL™ residential ...

  • TaKaDu Opens UK Office; Appoints David Kenny as UK Regional Director

    TaKaDu, a global leader in Water Network Monitoring, announced today the opening of its UK regional office and the appointment of David Kenny as its Regional Director in the UK. Mr. Kenny is joining TaKaDu from Crowder Consulting, a consultant engineering and software development company specialising in the fields of water supply, water distribution and sewer networks, where he was an Associate ...


    By TaKaDu

  • WARN Network issues report on water sector response to Superstorm Sandy

    The American Water Works Association has announced the publication of a new report from the Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network detailing the water sector’s response to Superstorm Sandy in fall 2012. The report, titled “ ...

  • TaKaDu Announces Partnership with Sinclair Knight Merz

    TaKaDu, a global leader in Water Network Monitoring, announced today that is has formed a partnership with Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM), a leading global projects firm headquartered in Australia. Both companies partnered to serve the Australian and New Zealand markets by offering TaKaDu’s Water Network Monitoring solution. TaKaDu’s Water Network Monitoring solution helps water utilities ...


    By TaKaDu

  • Earth Day 2012: Sensus Offers Smart Water Network Solutions

    Each Earth Day, the demand for water continues to outpace availability. At current consumption rates, there could be a worldwide water shortage of 40 percent by 2030. To combat this growing global issue, ...

  • Workshop on anti corrution in the water sector

    WGF and the Water Integrity Network organised a workshop at the 14th International Anti Corruption Conference in Bangkok November 10-13, 2010 showcasing how corruption in the water sector can be tackled through innovative strategies that utilize collaborative evidence based research to inform and influence policy-making. Specifically, the workshop drew upon four country-based processes that all ...

  • AECOM awarded professional services contract by Scottish Water

    LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE: ACM), a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, announced today that it has been awarded a contract to provide strategic support services for Scottish Water to help support its US$4-billion capital works program during the next five years. ...


    By AECOM

  • Assessment of landslides using acoustic real-time monitoring

    Researchers at the U.K.'s Loughborough University Civil and Building Engineering department have won the Loughborough Enterprise Awards for Commercialization by demonstrating a technolgy that could save lives around the world and lessen devastation to infrastructure. The one-year project, which is funded by the U.K.'s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, is being led by Dr Neil ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Ofwat consults on appointing new entrant to water and waste water sectors

    Ofwat has announced the start of a consultation into plans by Peel Water Networks (PWN) to provide water and sewerage services to 'Media City' - a new development in Salford Quays, Manchester. The regulator is proposing to grant an inset appointment to PWN, which would allow it to supply water and sewerage services to more than 378 household and 10 non-household premises. Ofwat is seeking views ...


    By Ofwat

  • €60 million to help modernise Zagreb’s water and sewage system

    The EBRD is lending €60 million to the Zagreb water company to help finance capital investments in the city’s water and sewer network in order to reduce water leakages and improve the service for a growing number of local residents. The EBRD finance is being provided to Zagrebacki Holding, a multi-purpose municipal service company wholly-owned by the City of Zagreb, under the EBRD’s A/B loan ...

  • EIB loan to improve sanitation and environmental conditions in Panama

    The European Investment Bank (EIB) is providing a USD 40 million loan to the Republic of Panama for the improvement of sanitation and environmental conditions in Panama City and bay area through wastewater treatment. The overall project will be cofinanced by the EIB, the Inter American Development Bank (IADB) and  the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC), and is part of Panama’s ...

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