Texas Desal 2017 brought together water industry professionals, desalination pioneers, legislatures, and students to learn about the latest in water treatment technology and provide networking opportunities. Excerpt from Water Desalination Report: "Brackish water desalination was the over-arching theme at Texas Desalination Association’s (TDA) annual conference in Austin last week. After all, San Antonio’s
The Kay Bailey Hutchison Desalination Plant is the world's largest inland desalination plant and has the capacity to handle up to 27.5 million gallons of water every day. Read more (via KFOX14 El Paso)
The San Antonio Water System (SAWS) activated one of the largest inland water desalination plants in the United States. Located in far southeast Bexar County, the H2Oaks plant will produce 12m gallons of water every day – serving over 50,000 homes.
The one-year anniversary of Carlsbad desalination plant provides an opportunity to look at its positive impact in the region, writes Mark Muir of the San Diego County Water Authority.
NEWS RELEASE: Ground-breaking $1.2bn Project to Deliver Urgent Water Infrastructure Works Across Kurdistan
British water engineering company, Biwater, have been awarded a USD $1.2 billion contract by the Kurdistan Regional Government to meet vital water supply and sanitation needs. Surrey, UK – 8 December 2016: Biwater have been contracted to deliver water and wastewater treatment solutions for the cities of Erbil and Sulaimani in
For many of us in El Paso, save for a lapse in payment or water main break, we expect water to come out of the faucet when we turn on our taps. But for many in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, potable water is a precious commodity...
Desalination and Water Purification Research and Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Research applications are now being accepted.
This month’s column was written in collaboration with Paul Choules, president of the Texas Desalination Association. Shared with the permission of GWI. Written by Amanda Brock. There are great opportunities in Texas for companies that are able to utilise their desal technologies in multiple applications. But this requires the ability to understand and
Texas water industry veteran Ed Archuleta has won the Texas Desalination Pioneer Award for his "early vision of desalinated water for El Paso, Texas, and for bringing the Kay Bailey Hutchison Desalination Plant online in 2007".
IDE Technologies ranked No. 2 on Fortune’s 2016 Change the World List–ahead of companies like General Electric, Nike and Nestlé. The list ranks businesses which are taking on society’s biggest problems—and making money in the process.