At the latest UN Climate Change Conference (COP27), held in Egypt under the slogan “Together for Implementation”, water seems to have taken on greater importance than at previous summits. One day, promoted by the Egypt’s Presidency, was dedicated to debating the impact of global warming on water resources, as well as the adaptation measures that should be implemented to protect water management from the effects of climate change.
Despite the progress over the past twenty years, sanitation is still one of the Sustainable Development Goals that is furthest out of reach. For this reason, on November 19, Almar Water Solutions mobilizes to make the invisible visible.
The world is becoming more and more urban, posing new and difficult challenges for urban water management. Today, around 55% of the world’s 4.2 billion people live in cities. This trend is expected to continue; by 2050, the urban population will double and almost 7 out of 10 people will live in urban centers. In this sense, on World Cities Day, we at Almar Water Solutions want to highlight the role that the cities of the future, Smart Cities, play in water management.
The digitization of water is a major challenge, reducing losses in supply infrastructures, saving water and energy, and optimizing supply have become global objectives. For this reason, it has become a strategic priority for governments and public, private and mixed companies supplying cities.
Shuqaiq 3 is one of the “mega plants” developed in Saudi Arabia. We know a lot about its construction and development, but today we will go into more depth on the special and innovative technical aspects that make this project unique.
Today, on 8 June we celebrate #WorldOceansDay! Join Almar Water Solutions and the United Nations to protect and revitalize the ocean and everything it sustains. Because a healthy ocean is a critical part of the solution to climate change and the environmental crises we face.
The water sector is getting ‘smart’ to provide innovative services and solve problems with automation, data collection and analysis. Almar Water Solutions, through its subsidiary Datakorum, is committed to digital solutions and IoT products and services to manage its water treatment plants.
On World Water Day, Almar Water Solutions supports the United Nations making visible the importance of groundwater and investing in the development of sustainable water infrastructure, to build a better world. Get in and discover how in our latest video!
2021 was a year of consolidation for Almar Water Solutions, with the company completing strategic projects and securingagreements. Highlights include the completion of the Shuqaiq 3 desalination plant in Saudi Arabia and the expansion of the services area.