10 Water News Everybody's Talking About - Overview of JULY News You Can't Afford to Miss!

10 Water News Everybody's Talking About - Overview of JULY News You Can't Afford to Miss!

For all busy water experts, who have a tight schedule but need to stay up-to-date with the latest events and updates from the industry - here is a list to keep you going!  

An overview of the most important news from water sector.

ENJOY AND DON'T FORGET TO COMMENT!  

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The winners of the US Water Prize 2018 reflect the breadth of creative collaboration and the partnerships forming across the country joining together to make significant contributions to One Water Solutions.

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The new technology is expected to significantly reduce the cost of treating wastewater from hydraulic fracturing, a process that extracts oil and gas from underground reserves that are very difficult to access. It could create useable freshwater by treating the high salinity brine that is a byproduct of this process.

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Progress on new artificial intelligence ( AI) technology could make monitoring at water treatment plants cheaper and easier and help safeguard public health.

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A Singapore start-up has created membranes which it claims can filter waste water five times faster than traditionally used polymer and ceramic membranes.

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A team of researchers from the National Institute for Lasers and University of Bucharest in Romania set up  a study to see how plasma could help with this problem: the team applied a pulsed corona discharge in contact with liquid for the degradation of the pharmaceutical drug ibuprofen in water.

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The largest water desalination plant was officially opened, pumping up to 281,000 cubic metres per day.

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‘The Smarter Water Manager’ shares best practices from utilities in London, Milan and Singapore.  

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Nano Sun, a water technology start-up founded by a scientist from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), has launched a 3D- printing facility to manufacture a new type of water treatment membrane.

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Researchers reporting in the ACS journal Environmental Science & Technology have identified computer models that provide accurate short- term forecasts, or “ nowcasts,” of beach water quality.

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The two-sided “Janus membrane” material could help optimize or enable a wide range of industrial processes, from treating wastewater to making biofuels.

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