Post Tagged with: "Water"

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Unilever and Choithrams Educate Consumers on World Environment Day

Featured, Green Technologies June 11, 2014 at 14:12

Driving awareness of recycling and water conservation Unilever, one of the world’s leading FMCG companies, has been helping consumers make better choices for over 100 years. 2014 marks Unilever’s 3rd […]

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Sustainability in Water Technologies to help combat the GCC Water Crisis

Technologies like hybrid desalination and recycled produced water will help suffice the increasing water demands Ensuring water security for sustenance and growth has been a constant challenge for the Gulf […]

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Saudi Arabia: Almajdouie Logistics supporting Yanbu 3 Desalination Project

Featured, Mineral & Natural Resources, Science June 6, 2014 at 11:28

On May 22nd, 2014 Almajdouie Logistics has transported an Evaporator weighing 5,736.8 tons (gross weight during transportation), and believed to be the World’s heaviest, at the Yanbu 3 Desalination Project, […]

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Jordan readies the taps on controversial water project

Jordan readies the taps on controversial water project

Featured, Mineral & Natural Resources July 17, 2013 at 11:00

                                                                 Noriko Hayashi / Panos By Nehal Lasheen – […]

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Ancient Egyptian river could be revived for farming

Agriculture, Featured, Green Technologies July 4, 2013 at 04:05

By Ian Randall – SciDev.Net A 5,000-year-old river could be resurrected to bring sustainable agriculture to one of the planet’s rainiest yet driest deserts, according to a study, which proposes […]

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Will Somalia get enough rain this year?

Will Somalia get enough rain this year?

Agriculture, Featured, Humanitarian April 2, 2013 at 08:50

Parts of southern Somalia are yet to recover from the battering they took in 2010-2011, when severe drought followed excessive rain, and now the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS […]

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Water ravenous Middle East and North Africa look to membrane bioreactors, says Frost and Sullivan

Water ravenous Middle East and North Africa look to membrane bioreactors, says Frost and Sullivan

The total water consumption of the Middle East is expected to rise to 319 billion cubic meters (BCM) by 2020, with agriculture utilising the bulk. Population and economic growth, paralleled […]

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International desalination association convenes first meeting of global energy task force during international water summit

International desalination association convenes first meeting of global energy task force during international water summit

The International Desalination Association (IDA) will convene the first meeting of its global Energy Task force in conjunction with the International Water Summit, which takes place 15-17 January in Abu […]

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At any one time, one third of water pumps in rural Africa are broken, say researchers
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Researchers design ‘smart’ water pumps for rural Africa

This article was originally published on the SciDev.Net Website 0n 11 July 2012. Marc McIlhone – AfricanBrains An unexpected consequence of using mobile phone technology to improve the efficiency of water pumps […]

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Innovation ‘must consider water, energy and land jointly’

Innovation ‘must consider water, energy and land jointly’

This article was originally published on the SciDev.Net Website 25 May 2012. When considering the sustainability of natural resources it is important to understand that is not only biological species that share […]

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