Dive into sustainable water resource management solutions & strategies

Sustainable water means water self-sufficiency: ensuring there is enough water to meet needs, from agriculture to municipal and industrial. It also means consistent water supply, despite climate change impact, such as a lack of rainfall and drought, or too much rain and lack of flood resilience. Sustainable water also means that economics stack up in matching supply and demand and the water delivery process is as efficient as possible. Water sustainability, meanwhile, can also mean energy neutrality by coupling traditional water treatment technologies with renewable energies.

Why Cape Town and Miami are building resilient water systems

Why Cape Town and Miami are building resilient water systems

  • By Aquatech
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  • 24-01-2020

Two very different cities embark on a new City Water Resilience Approach.

Sustainable water: our essential guide to sustainable water resource management solutions & strategies

Sustainable water: our essential guide to sustainable water resource management solutions & strategies

  • By Aquatech
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  • 19-08-2019

Sustainable water means a nation that can be water self-sufficient: ensuring there is enough water to meet multiple needs, from agriculture to municip...

Biogas: an untapped energy source to avert a climate crisis?

Biogas: an untapped energy source to avert a climate crisis?

  • By Aquatech
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  • 22-07-2019

By converting wastewater and other organic wastes into biogas, it could help to provide the electricity for 40 million people…

Progress on the road to resilient cities

Progress on the road to resilient cities

  • By Nanco Dolman, Royal Haskoning
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  • 13-12-2016

For Nanco Dolman, resilient cities expert with consultancy Royal HaskoningDHV, awareness of the water challenges that are driving a need for a change ...

Resilience as a platform for city investment

Resilience as a platform for city investment

  • By John Batten, Arcadis
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  • 12-12-2016

John Batten from Arcadis on water resilience

‘There is clearly a resilience movement in progress,’ comments John Batten, Global Cities Di...

Kimberly-Clark’s risk-based approach to business water security

Kimberly-Clark’s risk-based approach to business water security

  • By Aquatech
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  • 16-02-2016

The next seven years are going to see an ambitious step forward as far as water is concerned for global industrial Kimberly-Clark Corporation. As the ...