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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Almar Water Solutions, a world leader in the development of non-conventional water solutions, this week sponsored the international water reuse and recycling conference, organized by the International Desalination Association (IDA) in Rome, Italy. The event was held under the slogan “make every drop count” and was attended by public and private entities, technologists, engineering and construction professionals, together with non-governmental organizations and experts from the water industry.
The increase in wine consumption in recent decades has led to a rise in the number of vineyards and wineries around the world. Today, this increased production of grapes and wine, combined with droughts and climate change, mean that now, more than ever, water needs to be used efficiently and sustainably in both cultivation and the wine production process.
Almar Water Solutions marked the second anniversary of the acquisition of the Muharraq waterwater treatment plant, located in Muharraq, Bahrain. This acquisition was a significant milestone for Almar in its portfolio of wastewater treatment and reuse assets and marked its entry into the Kingdom.