In order to achieve sustainable development, it is crucial to adopt the circular economy as an alternative economic model to the current one, where usage replaces consumption. Although it seems more focused on material management, the water sector cannot be left out of this strategy.
“Unite. Act. Deliver.” This is the slogan under which the last United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP28, was held in Dubai. Its conclusion seems to signal the beginning of the end for fossil fuels, but what about water?
Today, finding an industry that does not operate with water is difficult. This resource is used, to a greater or lesser extent, in all industries, regardless of their purpose.
Mining is a water-intensive industry. Its interactions with water resources are very complex and site-specific, with potential impacts on both hydrology and water quality occurring at all stages of a mine’s life cycle.
Water is vital for life on Earth. It covers most of the planet’s surface, forms more than 50% of our bodies, and is the basis of our food supply.
As in the water management process, water technologies are fundamental in the different parts of the green hydrogen production process. Hence, the water sector is critical.
At both the municipal and industrial levels, the present and future water infrastructures must rely on clean technologies to move forward with Sustainable Development Goals 6 and 14.
The entry into force on 26 June 2023 of Regulation 2020/741 is a tool to help protect biodiversity, achieve zero pollution, adapt to climate change, and ensure human and animal health protection.
We live on a blue planet. That is why, since 2008, we have been celebrating World Oceans Day every 8 June. Today, under the theme “Ocean planet: tides are changing,” it is essential to remember their important role in our lives.
The Muharraq project is a 100,000 m3/day state-of-the-art wastewater treatment plant with a sewer conveyance system in the Muharraq catchment area. The facility’s operation began in 2014, and Almar Water Solutions acquired 35% of this project in 2019.