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Boosting water security
Factors such as the rapidly growing global population, widespread industrialisation, increasingly volatile weather patterns, and aging or overly stressed infrastructure, can all pose threats to critical water. Frank Ackland, Managing Director, Middle East & Turkey at Xylem speaks to Utilities Middle East about latest trends geared towards boosting water security
Mai Dubai’s fully automated facility continues to run at full production capacity
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Wabag bags $11.7mn sewage treatment plant deal in Bahrain
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Utico to defer all bills for its UAE customers who lost jobs due to Covid-19
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DEWA shapes the future of utilities using Artificial Intelligence
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