February 26, 2016
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February 26, 2016
Water resource solutions from IWA on Vimeo.
February 26, 2016
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February 26, 2016
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As water usage continues to exceed sustainable rates and greater quantities of pollutants come in contact with once pristine water sources, more people are becoming concerned as to where their water will come from. By 2030, the world is projected to face a 40% global water deficit under the business-as-usual scenario. In addition to this, climate change is increasing the frequency and intensity b...
February 3, 2016
Bangalore, February 03, 2016: The 8th edition of IWA WATER LOSS 2016 reached the end of Three day Marathon on high note today. The event was organised by International Water Association (IWA), Indian Water Works Association (IWWA)...
February 2, 2016
Bangalore, February 02, 2016: The second day of the 8th edition of the International Water Loss summit 2016concluded on a successful note after witnessing a wide participation of international and national delegates who came toget...
February 1, 2016
Bangalore, February 01, 2016: The 8th edition of the International Water Loss summit 2016 was inauguratedby the Hon’ble. State Minister for Bengaluru Development and Town Planning, Shri K J George today at Lalit Ashok. The event...
Driven by environmental, economic and ecological benefits, resource recovery from water draws worldwide attention. Increasingly, resources from waste streams are being recovered. Novel forms of existing resources are now abstracted from water and wastewater based on waste streams, while more conventional forms, such as methane production, are gaining momentum. simultaneously, major research effort...
The full (economic, social and ecological) value of ecosystem services is often ignored or underestimated. As with the intangibly valuable, this is much a case of not appreciating the benefits that ecosystem services bring to our well-being until they are lost — when they are degraded, if not overwhelmed. For they are not readily appreciated, nor easily understood. This Paper attempts to illumin...