Global Water Foundation Driving Vital Projects—Celebrity A...
By WC& P staff There is a saying in Africa, “Maji ni Uhai,” Swahili for, “Water is Life.” Millions around the world die every year from diseases attributed to dirty water, claiming the lives of […]
The State of the Industry in the EU: Update on Issues of Not...
By Tony Frost The globalization of the water treatment industry means each and every aspect is affected by events, regulations and research worldwide. Here’s a look at some of the more important issues and happenings […]
Comparison of Standards Setting Practices: International, Re...
By Jane Wilson Here’s a brief overview of how standards are developed worldwide. International The primary route for the development of international standards is managed by the International Organization for Standardization, or ISO (www.iso.org). The […]
Seven Reasons why Grey is the new Green
By M. Titus, P. Krasonostein and J.C. Huggart The purpose of this article is to support the argument that grey water, treated and recycled without harmful chemicals, is a sustainable water solution. 1. Grey water […]
Who Wants Legislation? A Letter from the UK
By Jonny Seccombe For those of you concernedly watching as the wave of anti-salinity legislation appears to be engulfing one community after another, what would you think of legislation that actually makes POE water treatment […]
Patmore Water Softeners
By Karen R. Smith Harvey Softeners Ltd. is the largest manufacturer of domestic water softeners in the UK and the European Union. For over 20 years, Patmore Softeners of Ipswich (in the east of England) […]
Safe Water: The First Step Out of Poverty
By Patricia Dandonoli New well allows business to flourish in Nigeria A mother of five, Mary Chukle has lived in the village of Takkas in the Plateau state of Nigeria for 20 years. Until WaterAid […]
Sustainable Water Management – The Singapore Water Story
By Kheng Guan Yap Adensely populated island city-state with 4.5 million people on a land area of about 700 sq. km., Singapore has no natural aquifers or groundwater, which makes water resource management a huge […]
Water Projects: The Harm Caused by Well-Meaning Philanthropi...
By Ned Breslin I first met Dona Fatima while driving on a terrible road in northern Mozambique. My Mozambican water sector colleagues and I were always able to find water points in passing villages because we […]
Going Regional: Water For People Sharpens Its Focus In-Cou...
By John Kayser To increase its impact, Water For People is adopting a more regional approach to development within the countries in which it works. By concentrating its efforts on multiple communities within a defined […]