Almar Water Solutions sponsored the biennial congress of the Latin American Association of Desalination and Water Reuse (ALADYR) in Santiago de Chile last week.
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.
Carlos Cosín, CEO, Almar Water Solutions and Former President, International Desalination Association (IDA) has successfully moderated the United Nations General Assembly Water Conference Side Event: Incorporating Non-Conventional Water Resources into Integrated Water Resources Management. The event was organized by the IDA and the Spanish Minister for the Ecological Transition and Demographic Challenge and took place at the Instituto Cervantes in New York, USA.
Almar Water Solutions, a leading company in the development and management of water infrastructure and services, and part of Abdul Latif Jameel Energy, participated in the IDA 2022 World Congress, one of the top events for desalination and water reuse, held in Sydney, Australia. The company was a silver sponsor of the event, with an 18 m2 stand in the exhibition area and participated in a large number of activities over the five days of the event.
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.
Almar Water Solutions participated in the 2022 edition of the Global Water Summit held in Madrid on 16, 17 and 18 May. The company was the Water Supplier Sponsor, providing solutions other than bottled water for the attendees, and several of the company’s executives took part in the different sessions of the conference.
Almar Water Solutions’ services business area (Almar Water Services) has been consolidating its activity by providing services to both private and industrial clients, as well as to its own assets. It currently has more than 70 contracts for desalination and wastewater treatment plants, in both Latin America and North Africa.
Tourism currently increases global water consumption, especially at regional level where tourism concentrates traveller flows in time and space, and often-in dry destinations where water resources are limited. What is the solution?
Tras la COP-25 celebrada en Madrid el pasado diciembre, el 2020 debía ser un año decisivo para las iniciativas contra el cambio climático. Sin embargo, el ciclón de la pandemia del COVID-19 ha hecho que la próxima cumbre se retrase, así como los planes e iniciativas vinculados con el clima y el cambio climático. Sin embargo, la conciencia ciudadana sobre este tema hace que ya no haya vuelta atrás