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  • Veolia gets contract to manage, operate CWTP in Singapore

    Veolia has bagged a contract by JTC Corporation to manage, maintain and operate the centralized wastewater treatment plant at the multi-tenanted JTC Surface Engineering Hub (SEH) in Singapore.

  • ADB, SBI, 12 banks sign $288 mn loan for wastewater reuse in China

    ADB has signed an agreement in partnership with 13 banks to support Beijing Enterprises Water Group Company Ltd (BEWG) to promote high standard wastewater treatment and reuse in China.

  • IDE selects Protec, Dow Water for Carlsbad desalination project

    IDE Technologies of Israel has selected Protec Arisawa and Dow Water & Process Solutions to provide the pressure vessels and reverse osmosis membranes for project.

  • Mott MacDonald acquires UK partner Bentley Holdings

    Global engineering and development consultancy Mott MacDonald has acquired its UK-based water industry design and build JV partner Bentley Holdings Ltd.

  • Xylem wins $7.3 mn WWTP upgradation contract in Bahrain

    US-based Xylem said it has bagged a $7.3-million contract to upgrade a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in Manama. The expanded ozone wastewater treatment plant will be the largest in the Middle East.

  • New WWF guide for banks provides plan for sustainable finance

    WWF has come up with a set of guidelines explaining how banks can go beyond reputation and risk management to embrace transformative change.

  • New NASA satellite to help farmers combat drought

    A new NASA satellite, scheduled for launch this winter, will collect the kind of local data agricultural and water managers worldwide need.

  • New ADB-promoted JV to look for PE investments in water

    A new JV promoted by ADB, Japan's ORIX Corp and Robeco Institutional Asset Management will look at making investments in the water, agriculture and several other sectors.

  • FROM GREECE TO INDIA, PEOPLE SAFEGUARD WATER FOR THE COMMON GOOD

    The successes in Greece and Indonesia demonstrate civil society wants to keep water in public hands. And yet the World Bank continues its dogmatic promotion of privatization.

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