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.
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