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48m gallons of rainwater harvested in UAE’s lakes, dams

UAE’s Ministry of Environment and Water said an an estimated 219,300 cu m of water, or 48 million gallons, flowed into the lakes and dams located in the country’s central region following a rainfall recently. According

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Saudi agricultural water use 'could reduce 70pc'

Saudi Arabia could cut its agricultural water consumption by up to 70 per cent such as in growing date palms, with the use of Dutch technology on efficient use of water, according to a report. Currently each date palm consumes rou

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VA Tech Wabag JV to build Bahrain sewage plant

Indian water treatment specialist VA Tech Wabag along with its joint venture partner Belhasa Projects has won its first EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) contract in Bahrain worth Rs580 crores ($91 million), a report said.

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Electro Scan’s sewer leak detection van to help US firm

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission has placed an order for a sewer leak detection van to help locate and measure defects that allow infiltration into its wastewater collection system, said Electro Scan, a leading electronics manufacturer.

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Grohe, Sharbatly ‘Turn water into food’ this Ramadan

Grohe, a leading German manufacturer in sanitary fittings, has partnered with H A Sharbatly Foundation ahead of the holy month of Ramadan to ‘Turn water into Food,’ as part of Grohe Water for Life initiative. The initi

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Metito to boost critical infrastructure in Egyptian resorts

Metito, a leader and provider of choice for total intelligent water management solutions in emerging markets, is set to take part in four key projects that will support the revival of Egypt’s local tourism economy. The four

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Metito to help develop Egypt water projects

Metito, a leader and provider of choice for total intelligent water management solutions in emerging markets, is set to take part in four key projects that will support the revival of Egypt’s local tourism economy. The four

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Solar energy 'can beat subsidy cuts'

Bahraini farmers will have to operate on solar energy as the government plans to scrap subsidies on water and electricity, according to experts. The Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication, earlier reported that the second p

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Tabreed supplies chilled water to Abu Dhabi tower

National Central Cooling Company (Tabreed), a leading Abu Dhabi-based district cooling utility company, has commenced the supply of chilled water to the Al Hilal Bank tower on Abu Dhabi’s Al Maryah Island. Tabreed, which acq

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Power subsidies reduction plan ‘can halt waste’

An announcement that Bahrain's government intends to cancel power and water subsidies has been welcomed by environmentalists, who expect it to foster a culture of conservation. Bahrain spends hundreds of millions of dinars eve

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