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Systems are now increasingly digitalised and interconnected. This requires a greater focus on security to ensure that protection systems are implemented at the same...

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In late April, the registration deadline for the main IFAT 2020 exhibitors elapsed. In response to the great demand, Messe München now expands the...

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Most of our cities have one single urban drains network, which means that they collect waste water and rainwater jointly. This mixed water is sent to...

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The Bello WWTP in Medellin, the first wastewater treatment plant to be built by Acciona in Colombia, was inaugurated at the beginning of June....

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Acciona, through its Agua busines, has partnered with the Brazilian company Gel, to carry out out the works of the wastewater treatment system of...

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First, it will take part in the 16th IWA Leading Edge Conference on Water and Wastewater Technologies (IWA LET 2019) to be held in...

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Governments, and public and private organisations in Latin America are aware of the challenges posed by climate change, population growth and economic and industrial...

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Wastewater generated by human activity is now a serious problem and one of the most important sources of contamination of our rivers and aquifers....

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The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development1 was ratified in September 2015. The Agenda features 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and 169 targets, which are...

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  The water sector has the great advantage of being in a position to implement lessons learnt by other sectors, such as gas and electricity,...