Tag Archives: water supply

Cape Town Water Woes

Water is life, and most people, while they may not wish to conserve water in the way that they should, they definitely know that they can’t live without water. Yet, in Cape Town South Africa, due to three years of … Continue reading

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Optimizing Indoor and Outdoor Water Conservation

With the upcoming dry season being one of the most difficult times in ensuring an adequate water supply it is important for us to know how to efficiently and effectively conserve our available resources, which can be shared with our … Continue reading

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Radical Rehab – Processes, procedures, and products to restore water and sewer pipes

In the November- December 2017 issue of the Water Efficiency magazine one gets a look at the changes being undertaken in the United States to replace the outdated water and wastewater systems. Article by Lori Lovely 8th November, 2017 More … Continue reading

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Cunupia Reserve for Spring Report

New material has been added to our in-house collection, in terms of a preliminary investigation report. The report, titled “A Preliminary Investigation of Reserve for Spring Near Kernahan Circular off Chin Chin Road, Cunupia” discusses both the availability of a … Continue reading

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Nonpotable Water Reuse in Urban Environments – An EPA Webinar

Through the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Safe and Sustainable Water Resources Research Program webinar’s are provided on a monthly basis. Please see the information below and the relevant registration link for one of their upcoming webinars.   Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4824850919878465538  

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New Journals – Journal of American Water Resources Association

Happy to announce receipt of journals for February 2015, April 2015, June 2015 and August 2015 (a bit late but the information is still relevant) for the Journal of the American Water Resources Association. A few of the topics discussed … Continue reading

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Water Demand and Desalination

With the present restrictions placed on the public’s use of water hoses and power washers, in terms of watering their private gardens and washing their vehicles, there has been an outcry by many persons about increased water rates (although lower … Continue reading

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World Health Organization (WHO) for Global Sanitation and Drinking Water Statistics

The World Health Organization has continued to keep us abreast of statistics in terms of sanitation and drinking water assessment. This is particularly significant in terms of monitoring the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the importance of improving the drinking … Continue reading

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Water Policy Volume 17 Number 3 2015

Our print copy of the Water Policy journal (Volume 17 Number 3 2015), the official journal of the World Water Council has been received. Staff now have access to analyses, reviews, case studies and debates on policy aspects of water … Continue reading

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Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Research Symposium

So the Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Research Symposium hosted by the IWRM Stakeholder Forum is quickly approaching, and I must say I am very much excited with the whole affair. 🙂 Not only will our staff members, who are … Continue reading

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