Paul Choules, the president of the Texas Desalination Association, interviews with Trib+Water and gives insight on the goals of the Association as well as the future of desal in Texas.
By Rowan Jacobsen, Ensia July 29, 2016 - Just a few years ago, Israel was running out of water during its worst drought in at least 900 years. Now there is a surplus due to a new wave of desalination plants in conjunction with national campaigns to conserve and reuse.
Date of Meeting: Wednesday, July 20, 2016 Time of Meeting: 1:00 p.m. Location: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Campus 12100 Park 35 Circle Building F, Room 2210 Austin, TX 78753 Get the agenda here: http://bit.ly/TGPCJuly20Agenda. For more information go to: http://tgpc.state.tx.us/meetings/
By Yuval Azulai, GLOBES June 8, 2016 - Representatives of 26 water purification, desalinization, wastewater treatment, and other companies will travel to Los Angeles at the end of June. California is looking to Israeli advancements in desalinization and municipal water system management to relieve issues caused by its prolonged drought.
By Karen Thorne, MOTHERBOARD May 5, 2016 The world is parched, we are thirsty, and there’s likely nothing we can do to make it rain. Worldwide, some 700 million people don’t have access to clean water.
During the Global Water Awards, Biwater were presented with Distinctions for ‘Water Company of the Year’ and ‘Wastewater Project of the Year’ by Felipe Calderón, former President of Mexico.
By Regina M. Buono, Katherine R. Zodrow, Pedro J.J. Álvarez and Qilin Li This issue brief describes the current state of brackish groundwater use and development in the United States.
Marty Schladen, El Paso Times, 6:57 p.m. MDT April 1, 2016. AUSTIN — The El Paso Water Utility got a boost this week in a partnership meant to make the Kay Bailey Hutchison Desalination Plant more productive.
The market for water public-private partnership (PPP) projects is set to nearly triple between 2016 and 2020.