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edie.net - Water and Wastewater Latest News
The leading on-line news service for environmental professionals. The latest Water and Wastewater headlines.
Cemex's new policy puts water scarcity higher up the agenda
Global building materials firm Cemex has implemented a corporate water policy to increase water efficiency by managing consumption and utilising sustainable water sources such as rainwater.
Prince of Wales launches CFO sustainability network
An alliance of chief financial officers (CFOs) working for several of Europe's most well-known corporations have joined a Network aimed at embedding environmental and social issues into company strategy and finances.
EXCLUSIVE: Resource Revolution launches circular economy blueprint for action
Edie has published an exclusive blueprint for businesses seeking to join the circular economy, offering them practical guidance on how to engage with the ideology and deliver on it.
Reducing Resonance Reaps Rewards!
Stanton Bonna wins prestigious MPA award
HACH LANGE wins contract for water quality monitors at Welsh Water
HACH LANGE has been awarded a contract by Black & Veatch to supply water quality monitoring equipment as part of Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water's 'Go to Green' programme. The overall project will span three years and is designed to increase drinking water treatment works' resilience and enhance water quality for communities throughout Wales.
Novelis on track to meet 2020 water reduction target
Global aluminium company Novelis has reduced its water-use intensity by 16% from 2007-2009 average levels, putting it on track to achieve its 25% reduction target by 2020.
Wastewater phosphorus recycling takes step forward
A pilot project to extract phosphorus from wastewater is underway in Denmark, which could open up commercial opportunities to recycle this increasingly scarce mineral.
Santa's 'shocking' carbon footprint dampens Christmas spirit
Concerns have been raised by the scientific community over Santa's emissions in the lead up to Christmas.
Marine Measurement Forum success
The 53rd Marine Measurement Forum was organised by Xylem Analytics UK and hosted by the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton on Thursday 28th November 2013.
Rapid growth drives investment at Xylem Analytics
Defying economic conditions, Xylem Analytics has enjoyed another highly successful year in the provision of water monitoring equipment and related services. In order to manage this growing demand, the company has invested in four new positions at its Letchworth facility.
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