Oman-based Sharqiyah Desalination Company (SDC) and French utility major Veolia have achieved a major milestone with the production of 100 million cu l of drinking water at their plant in the Sur region of the sultanate, said a report.
Bahraini authorities are working on a futuristic project that would make rainwater fit to drink, a report said.
It involves injecting rainfall into the earth to replenish the water table, which could then be tapped in the same way
A common water network linking all GCC countries to prevent water shortages has been recommended by a study commissioned by the GCC.
The study also proposed two network models – one for regular demand and a separate model for emer
Despite tremendous progress in the last two decades in bringing access to improved drinking water sources to the global population, finishing the task will not be easy as there will be still millions without access to safe water, said a top UN o
Despite tremendous progress in the last two decades in bringing access to improved drinking water sources to billions of people, finishing the task is not going to be easy, said a top UN official.
No doubt, there have been outstanding g
A gene that makes bugs highly resistant to almost all known antibiotics has been found in bacteria in water supplies in New Delhi used by local people for drinking, washing and cooking, scientists said on Thursday.
The NDM 1 gene, which cr
For the second year running, Metito, a leading provider of water management solutions, will support Human Appeal International's (HAI) efforts to provide water relief to communities across Africa.
In an effort to secure clean drinking
A new enhanced range of high performance plug valves manufactured by Arflu Valves, a leading Spanish company specialising in industrial valves, is helping meet the constantly increasing worldwide demand for fresh drinking water.
Metito, a UAE-based international wastewater management company, and Human Appeal International (HAI), have joined hands to provide clean drinking water supply to some of Africa's parched villages.
HAI is an UAE-based NGO that since 1
Bahrain's drinking water supplies are being boosted by 60 million gallons a day, following the opening of a $400 million (BD151 million) project.
The third and final phase of the Hidd Power Company's (HPC) desalination project was