Spotlight on Biosolids

  1. Global Private Water Utilities Trade Places In Quest For Long Term Growth

    The private sector’s role in water utilities continues to be debated– in developing countries the promise of closing water infrastructure gaps, while in some mature markets, governments are buying-back water systems.

  2. Envirogen And Suez Environnement Create Collaborative Alliance To Deliver Comprehensive, Cost-Effective Water & Wastewater Solutions To The Power Industry

    Envirogen Technologies, Inc. announced that it has entered into a Collaborative Alliance with Suez Environnement and will work with the environmental technology leader to deliver comprehensive, cost-effective water and wastewater treatment solutions to the power industry in North America.

  3. Bluefield Research Releases European Private Water Utility Rankings

    Bluefield Research recently announced its 2015 Europe Private Water Utility Rankings, highlighting the region’s top 25 leading private utilities serving more than 156 million people across the continent.

  4. GWI Announces Winners Of The 2015 Global Water Awards

    Global Water Intelligence (GWI) recently announced the winners of the 2015 Global Water Awards, which were presented on Monday 27 April at the Nasioutzik Museum in Greece during the Global Water Summit.

  5. UAE Delegation Advances Water Security Debate At 7th World Water Forum

    The UAE concluded its participation in the 7th World Water Forum alongside 30,000 international government leaders, industry experts and policy makers.

  6. Desalitech Nominated For 2015 Global Water Awards' Desalination Company Of The Year

    Desalitech, a Newton-based provider of high-efficiency water and wastewater treatment solutions, has been nominated for the 2015 Global Water Awards' Desalination Company of the Year – one of the water industry's most prestigious awards.

  7. GDF SUEZ And SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT Sign A Solar-Powered Seawater Desalination Research Contract In Abu Dhabi

    At the World Future Energy Forum in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, a research contract to study seawater desalination using solar power was signed by Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, GDF SUEZ and SUEZ ENVIRONNEMENT in the presence of Ségolène Royal, French Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy.