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Abu Dhabi residents urged to conserve water, electricity

Abu Dhabi’s Regulation and Supervision Bureau has called its residents and businesses across the emirate to conserve water and electricity as the demands on these resources grow.   The bureau has been a campaign that inc

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Delta Faucet opens showroom in Abu Dhabi

Delta Faucet Company, a leader in sustainable and innovative water solutions for residential and commercial buildings, has opened its first showroom in Abu Dhabi, as it expands its partnership with UAE building and construction group Mac Al Gurg

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Palm water pipeline nearing completion

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) said it has completed 93 per cent of a water pipeline network for The Palm Jumeirah island and was on track to launch it next month. The 600/900mm water-pipeline network is being develope

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Dewa starts work on $46m water pipeline network

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has commenced work on a 25-km water pipeline network across the city in the UAE. The Dh170 million ($46.2 million) project will connect 17 locations with the main transmission lines to increa

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Rare dolphin species spotted on Bahraini waters

A warning has gone out to fishermen to be 'extra cautious' following sightings of a rare species of dolphin in Bahraini waters. The Supreme Council for Environment (SCE) said a special team that checks water quality and m

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Bahrain’s power consumption set to peak

Bahrain recorded its highest level of electricity consumption at 3,048 MW this summer on Tuesday, said a senior government official. “The previous highest was 2,040 MW, recorded on June 12,” Minister of State for Elect

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Parsons wins design services deal for Dubai project

Parsons, a leading engineering company, has won a deal to perform the infrastructure design services for the Dubai Canal project from the Road and Transport Authority (RTA), said a report. The Dubai Water Canal, which has been pla

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GCC water sector growth seen at 14-20pc

The water and wastewater industry in the GCC is growing at between 14 and 20 per cent a year and the region is expected to invest $130 billion over the next decade to meet future water and power needs, an expert has said. Speaking

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GCC water sector growth seen at 14-20pc

The water and wastewater industry in the GCC is growing at between 14 and 20 per cent a year and the region is expected to invest $130 billion over the next decade to meet future water and power needs, an expert has said. Speaking

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Bottled water prices go up in Saudi

Three major bottled water firms in Saudi Arabia have surprised consumers by raising the prices of 5-litre bottles by up to SR2, a report said. The increase is as a result of the high demand for bottled water during this season, th

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