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Industrial Water Treatment Market to Pop as Urbanization in Southeast Asia Soars

Industrial Water Treatment Market to Pop as Urbanization in Southeast Asia Soars

A number of factors is driving significant growth of the industrial water treatment market in Southeast Asia (SEA). The market, made up of water and wastewater treatment solutions for industries, along with associated services, is likely to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.8% between 2017 and … Read more »

Menlo Park Faces $90 Million in H2O Infrastructure Upgrades for Efficiency, Preparedness

Menlo Park Faces $90 Million in H2O Infrastructure Upgrades for Efficiency, Preparedness

As municipalities across the country increasingly focus on climate change preparedness, water infrastructure has come under the microscope. Menlo Park, California, for example, will need to invest $90.3 million in order to rehabilitate its municipal water system infrastructure between now and 2040, according to The Almanac. The investment will include … Read more »

APP Initiative Aims to Improve Water Quality on Indonesia’s Islands

APP Initiative Aims to Improve Water Quality on Indonesia’s Islands

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) is hoping to improve water quality and management on Indonesia’s Pari Island by piloting a project that includes water resource technology and water management efforts. APP will also provide the Pari Island community with water sanitation and hygiene training, and will educate tourists on smarter … Read more »

Facebook’s New Utah Data Center Engineered to Be ‘Incredibly Water Efficient’

Facebook’s New Utah Data Center Engineered to Be ‘Incredibly Water Efficient’

Social media giant Facebook has announced it will build a nearly 1 million-square-foot data center at the foot of Eagle Mountain in Utah. Facebook will purchase its own water rights and construct the required water infrastructure. The data center facility is designed to be “incredibly water-efficient” and will “reuse water multiple … Read more »

Oregon Regulators Juggle Crops & Fish; Agriculture Suffers

Oregon Regulators Juggle Crops & Fish; Agriculture Suffers

Limited supplies of surface water in Klamath Basin, Oregon, are wreaking havoc with the area’s $557 million agriculture industry. Farmers and ranchers in the area do not have a water allocation from the Klamath Project, as regulators from the US Bureau of Reclamation are currently struggling to supply enough surface … Read more »

AkzoNobel Meets Growing Demand for Sustainable Products w/Giant New Plant

AkzoNobel Meets Growing Demand for Sustainable Products w/Giant New Plant

Paints and coatings manufacturer AkzoNobel is opening a new powder coatings plant in Changzhou, China, that will help the company meet the growing demand for more sustainable coatings solutions, the company says. The facility – one of the largest of its kind in the world, according to the company – is … Read more »

Cargill & Partners to Reduce Beef Supply Chain Water Use with Smart Weather Tech

Cargill & Partners to Reduce Beef Supply Chain Water Use with Smart Weather Tech

Cargill Inc., the largest privately held corporation in the US, announced that it is working with Nestle Purina and The Nature Conservancy on a three-year water project to improve the sustainability of the beef supply chain. The project partners hope that the initiative will reduce the impact of row crop … Read more »

Corporate Sustainability Evolves Into the Net Positive Movement: Q&A with Josh Prigge

Corporate Sustainability Evolves Into the Net Positive Movement: Q&A with Josh Prigge

Sustainability expert Josh Prigge discusses the emerging corporate net positive movement, and shares examples of regenerative practices in action.

Mining Company Releases 10M Gallons of Water, Muck To Rescue Worker

Mining Company Releases 10M Gallons of Water, Muck To Rescue Worker

To save a contractor whose bulldozer slid into a retention pond at the Hi-Crush frac sand mining facility in Trempealeau County, Wisconsin, company officials released about 10 million gallons of process water.

Trump Tells Federal Agencies To Optimize Energy, Reduce Waste, Cut Costs

Trump Tells Federal Agencies To Optimize Energy, Reduce Waste, Cut Costs

A new executive order signed by President Trump directs federal agencies to manage their buildings, vehicles, and operations to optimize energy and environmental performance, reduce waste, and cut costs.

UK Dairy Industry Reduced GHGs 24% since 2008; Also Boosted Efficiency & Saved Water

UK Dairy Industry Reduced GHGs 24% since 2008; Also Boosted Efficiency & Saved Water

The UK dairy industry has reduced GHG emissions associated with milk production by 24%, improved water efficiency by nearly 24% and boosted energy efficiency by 18%, according to Dairy UK’s Dairy Roadmap. Overall, UK dairy farmers seem to be serious about environmental responsibility, with 70% of them currently taking action to … Read more »

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